DTE Energy awards $35mn in contracts to Michigan-based companies

DTE Energy (NYSE: DTE), the Detroit-based utility, said it has awarded contracts totaling $35 million in new business to Michigan companies as part of its Pure Michigan Business Connect Initiative commitment.

DTE said the Pure Michigan Business Connect Initiative is a multi-billion dollar public-private program designed to prepare and develop Michigan suppliers to provide services to companies in the state.

Over the last three months, DTE Energy's supply chain management team has closed deals with three Michigan-based companies to provide engineering services for a variety of projects: Holland Engineering; Meridian Land Group; and ICF Resources.

Terms of the individual contracts weren't disclosed.

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