On February 3rd, the team of Jake Thomsen ’13 (MPP/MBA), Johnny Fu ’13 (MBA), Kent Truckor ’13 (MEM/MBA), Rotimi Thomas ’13 (MEM/MBA), and Tim Dertzbaugh ’12 (MEM/MBA) placed third (out of 16 teams nationally) at the 2012 Renewable Energy Case Competition organized by the University of Michigan’s Ross Schoolof Business. The competition featured a business case challenging the team to develop a renewable energy strategy for DTE Energy, a leading utility in the state of Michigan. The judging committee consisted of executives from major energy industry companies including DTE Energy, Duke Energy, Atwell, and Next Era Energy. Watch the team’s presentation here.
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