DTE to add wind power

DTE Energy plans to build three wind farms, with a total capacity of 110 MW, for $225 million.

The Minden, Sigel and McKinley wind farms will be sited on nearly 15,000 acres in Michigan.

The company said it is reviewing bids from turbine manufacturers for an estimated 50 wind turbines that will be needed to generate power at the wind farms. DTE is also seeking a construction company for the projects and will begin the permitting process so construction can begin in 2012.

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