DTE Energy says it plans to install four plug-in electric-vehicle (EV) charging stations at Detroit Metro Airport. The initiative is part of a program to deploy 16 public charging stations throughout southeastern Michigan. The airport charging stations will be installed in the two main parking decks at the airport – two on the eighth floor of the McNamara Terminal parking deck and two on the fourth floor of the Big Blue Deck by the North Terminal. There will be no cost for EV drivers to use the charging stations. In addition, DTE Energy will install two charging stations each in Ferndale, Mount Clemens, Rochester Hills and Auburn Hills, and one in Saline. Furthermore, two charging stations will be installed at the Village of Rochester Hills retail center and one at the Automation Alley technology center in Auburn Hills.