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    DTE offers $100 credits to customers without power as of Monday

    Power company DTE Energy said Thursday that it “voluntarily issued” a $100 credit — significantly more than the $25 credit it normally offers — as a one-time courtesy to all customers who still remained out of power on Monday morning from last week’s storms.

    In the past week, the Detroit power company has come under intense fire from customers, the media and the state attorney general, who, on Monday called on DTE to credit customers who continue to deal with power outages after severe weather. 

    Attorney General Dana Nessel said Monday she was “once again calling” on the the state’s two power companies “to voluntarily credit customers affected by the outages and to provide greater credits to assist customers who have lost hundreds of dollars or more in food and alternative housing costs.”

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