Builders

Installing New Service

DTE Energy makes it simple for contractors to plan and install electric or gas service at construction projects.

Builders installing or relocating service connections on construction projects can request new service, modify an existing connection, get status updates and find important information on how to connect to DTE Energy service.

Please note: All new, relocated or upgraded residential service connections will be installed as underground residential service laterals at the customer’s expense.

Job Status

See the status of your request and find contact information for specific questions about your project.

Project Planning

Access maps that identify the location of electric and natural gas lines on and around your construction site.

See the process and requirements to energize your service.

Service Areas

The Michigan Public Service Commission maintains a list of all electric and natural gas utilities registered in the state of Michigan.
To determine if DTE Energy provides electric and/or natural gas service at your location, the MPSC offers an online search feature.

Safety

Staying safe is everyone’s responsibility. That’s why DTE Energy offers helpful information on natural gas safety, electrical safety and a quick way to access information on underground utilities through the state’s MISS DIG program.

Community Lighting

DTE Energy offers street lighting design, installation and maintenance services to builders to provide functional and attractive lighting options for developments, and can collaborate with architects and engineers to meet particular needs. Email an outdoor lighting specialist or call 800.548.4655.

Build Green

Integrating energy efficiency saves customers money and shows you care about the environment. The National Association of Home Builders has developed a green building standard, to help keep energy efficiency and environmental factors in mind when designing and building a new project.

Want more information? Call 800.533.6220 to learn how natural gas can be part of an energy efficiency plan.
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