Solar project completed at GM's Warren Transmission plant

By The Associated Press

General Motors and utility DTE Energy are unveiling a recently completed power solar array at the automaker's Warren Transmission plant in suburban Detroit.

 

WARREN, Mich. (AP) — General Motors and utility DTE Energy are unveiling a recently completed power solar array at the automaker's Warren Transmission plant in suburban Detroit.

With the completion of the project, Detroit-based DTE now has 28 solar arrays in Michigan. Officials say it's the largest solar array on a GM site in the state.

As part of an event to mark the project Friday, the General Motors Foundation will present a total of $100,000 in grants to support 10 organizations within the Warren community that provide family services, educational programs and job training.

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