Marysville, MI -- A utility official for a Michigan power plant said that the plant, which was damaged by fire, can expect to be back online by July.
Detroit-based DTE Energy's St. Clair Power Plant in East China Township shut down in August when a fire started in a coal-fired generating unit. It will take almost a year for the damages to be repaired.
The plant is 40 miles northeast of Detroit. It's located along St. Clair River on the U.S. border of Canada.
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