Commercial, Solar - August 11, 2022
Ford to Add 650 MW Solar In Michigan by 2025
Ford Motor Company will be able to source all its electricity supply in Michigan to clean energy by 2025, a major step toward Ford’s goal to reach carbon neutrality.
DTE will add 650 MW of new solar energy capacity in Michigan for Ford by 2025. The purchase is a strategic investment in Michigan through DTE’s MIGreenPower program.
According to data collected by the Solar Energy Industries Association, the arrays will increase the total amount of installed solar energy in Michigan by nearly 70%.
“This unprecedented agreement is all about a greener and brighter future for Ford and for Michigan,” said Jim Farley, president and CEO, Ford Motor Company in a statement. “Today is an example of what it looks like to lead… to turn talk into action.”
Ford is purchasing carbon-free electricity through DTE’s MIGreenPower program.
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