Key DTEE infrastructure is a decade or more past expected use in 4.8 kV areas. In Detroit, with double the vulnerability level as the region, most residents only have outdated electric infrastructure. Modernization efforts in Detroit favor industrial and municipal customers over residents.
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Hill, A. B. and Koeppel, J. (2022). Utility Redlining: Inequitable Electric Distribution in the DTE Service Area. We The People Michigan with Soulardarity.
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