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Meet The Black Woman Leading Her Own Electric Company In Detroit

Deana Neely, the Founder and CEO of Detroit Voltage, is making history as an African American woman in Detroit who is leading her own electric company. Most recently, she has secured a historic six-figure deal with DTE Energy, the largest electric utility company in Michigan serving 2.3 million customers.

Deana’s commitment to exceeding customer expectations and prioritizing safety and compliance has solidified its reputation as a trusted partner in the Metro Detroit area.

Through the recent deal, she says that her company has teamed up with DTE Energy to install hundreds of local electric vehicle charging stations.

With over a decade of experience in electrical contracting, Deana has proven her expertise in the field. The company, a certified Woman Business Enterprise (WBE), offers top-notch residential and commercial services, focusing on safety, following the rules, and customer satisfaction.

What sets Detroit Voltage apart is its strong relationships with building department officials. This ensures smooth navigation through regulatory processes, guaranteeing safe and code-compliant electrical work that passes inspection without any problems.

Learn more about Deana Neely and her company, visit the official website at DetroitVoltage.com

Also, be sure to follow them on Instagram @DetroitVoltage

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