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DTE Energy Low-Income Energy Efficiency Assistance Program Profile

DTE Energy, an electric and natural gas utility in Detroit, significantly expanded the reach of its Low-Income Energy Efficiency Assistance (EEA) Program by developing partnerships with a diverse network of agencies and organizations that serve low-income households. The partners work directly with low-income customers to provide a wide range of energy efficiency upgrades, using funds from DTE Energy and other sources. 

Through these partnerships, DTE Energy is able to reach and engage thousands of low-income customers through multiple pathways, leverage other funding sources, reduce costs, and improve customer satisfaction.

Learn more about the key features, approaches, partners, funding sources, and achievements of this program in the program profile. 

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