(WLNS) — If you are a DTE Energy customer and struggling to pay your bills due to the coronavirus pandemic, there is help available.
The Detroit-based utility is pledging $13 million to help its customers stay warm and keep the lights on during these trying times.
Officials with DTE announced today the money will be handed out to non-profits and community-based programs across the state.
Customers can also apply for direct assistance themselves.
For more information, call the number on your screen.