Harnessing the Power of the Wind

DTE’s wind parks are doing more than generating clean energy; they’re also strengthening Michigan’s economy. Rural communities that host wind energy projects benefit from the added tax revenue these projects generate, and farmers who host turbines and other infrastructure on their property appreciate the extra income this provides. Our wind parks also provide local employment opportunities before, during and after a park is built.

See how DTE is using the power of the wind to generate energy.

See the inside of a wind turbine and get a birds-eye view from the top with one of our wind technicians.

Michigan's Largest Wind Parks

Isabella Wind

Isabella Wind, originally developed as two adjacent projects, began generating power in 2021. The projects were combined into the state's largest wind park in 2023. Located in mid-Michigan’s Isabella County, the park has 136 wind turbines generating enough clean energy to power more than 121,000 homes.

Wind turbine with a cloudy sky background

Meridian Wind

DTE’s newest wind park and the state’s largest when it came online in 2023, Meridian Wind has 77 wind turbines generating enough clean energy to power more than 78,000 homes. Spanning three townships across Midland and Saginaw counties, the park was constructed almost entirely by Michigan workers.​

Wind turbine close up with a farm in the background and blue cloudy skies