DTE Energy provides natural gas and electricity to Michigan residents. Its main subsidiaries are Detroit Edison and MichCon.
Detroit Edison generates, transmits and distributes electricity to 2.2 million customers in southeastern Michigan. With an 11,080 megawatt system capacity, the company uses coal, nuclear fuel, natural gas and hydroelectric pumped storage to generate its electrical output. Founded in 1903, Detroit Edison is the largest electric utility in Michigan and one of the largest in the nation.
MichCon is engaged in the purchase, storage, transmission, distribution and sale of natural gas to approximately 1.3 million customers in Michigan. The company owns and operates 271 storage wells representing approximately 34 percent of the underground working capacity in Michigan. Founded in 1849, MichCon is one of the nation's largest natural gas utilities.
The company also owns Citizens Gas Fuel, a small natural gas utility serving customers in portions of Michigan's Lenawee county.
The DTE Energy portfolio also includes non-utility energy businesses operating in 29 states which focus on power and industrial projects, coal and gas midstream, unconventional gas production and energy trading.
In 2007, DTE had revenues of $8.5 billion and net income of $971 million.
The following list outlines the benefit program for Detroit Edison and MichCon employees. Benefit packages for other subsidiaries may vary.
- Medical, dental and vision coverage
- Retirement and 401(k)
- Time Off
- Training and Development
- Other Benefits
Updated February 26, 2008