Black Woman-Owned Electric Company in Detroit Closes Six-Figure Deal with DTE Energy


March 21, 2024

She has expertise in the electrical contracting industry!

Deana Neely, Founder and CEO of Detroit Voltage, has recently closed a significant six-figure deal with DTE Energy, according to @BlackTech Saturdays on Instagram. This marks a monumental achievement for Neely and her team, especially during Women’s History Month.

According to The Detroit Voltage, Deana Neely, a licensed electrical contractor, has over a decade of experience in the industry. Detroit Voltage, a certified Woman Business Enterprise (WBE), offers both residential and commercial services, operating under strong values of safety, compliance, and customer satisfaction. The company prides itself on its open communication channels and dedication to exceeding customer expectations.


One key advantage of working with Detroit Voltage, as reported by their website, is their strong rapport with building department officials. This allows them to navigate regulatory processes seamlessly and ensure that all electrical work is safe, up to code, and passes inspection the first time.

As Deana Neely and Detroit Voltage continue to make strides in the electrical contracting industry, their success is a great show of determination, expertise, and entrepreneurship. Congratulations to Neely and the entire Detroit Voltage team on this achievement, and here’s to many more milestones in the future!

Cover photo: Black Woman-Owned Electric Company in Detroit Closes Six-Figure Deal with DTE Energy/ Credit: Detroit Voltage


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