Two Duke Energy leaders will have new roles beginning June 1. Jim Henning – currently Duke Energy’s Ohio and Kentucky state president – will become senior vice president of customer services. Amy Spiller – currently vice president of Ohio government and community affairs – will succeed Henning as president of Duke Energy Ohio and Duke Energy Kentucky.
Students at Independence Elementary School in Rock Hill, S.C., recently celebrated a week of activities focused on science and technology by flipping the switch on the newest addition to the Patriots’ campus: a 230 kilowatt solar system made possible by the Duke Energy Solar Rebate Program.
Increasing demand for electricity, improving reliability and ensuring a resilient system during storms are driving Duke Energy to build a state-of-the-art substation at the Osprey Energy Center in Polk County, Fla., as well as 54 miles of new connecting transmission lines.
Duke Energy's customers represent the centerpiece of the company's long-term strategy, Chairman, President and CEO Lynn Good today told investors during the company's annual shareholders meeting, held online using a live video webcast.