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|DTE Energy powers Little Caesars Arena with renewable energy during NHL's 'Green Month'|
Designating March as "Green Month" is part of NHL Green, a league-wide initiative to address major environmental challenges - like climate change – and to encourage stadiums, hockey teams and fans to reduce waste, recycle and live more sustainably. The
Before LCA opened, DTE built a new substation, along with a customized underground electrical system, to power the multi-use facility and its high-tech entertainment features. The arena's state-of-the-art electrical system allows arena staff to monitor the venue's energy load and reroute power as needed. Among its many energy saving features, the arena has more than 16.5 million LED lights.
DTE launched MIGreenPower in
The first 5,000 fans entering the arena on
As part of DTE's carbon reduction initiative, the company plans to add 4,000 megawatts of renewable energy to its power capacity, including the Pine River wind park. Located in mid-
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Cindy Hecht or Brian Corbett, DTE Energy, 313.235.5555