After months of stakeholder input, Duke Energy today filed its proposed Carolinas Carbon Plan with the North Carolina Utilities Commission – a clean energy plan that balances affordability and reliability for customers.
A $75,000 donation to the University of Central Florida from Duke Energy Florida will provide critical resources to support the transformation of engineering and computer science students into professionals and future leaders in their fields.
Duke Energy in 2021 continued to make rapid progress in its multi-year transition to clean energy sources, Chair, President and CEO Lynn Good told investors during the company’s annual shareholders meeting today.
Duke Energy today declared a quarterly cash dividend on its common stock of $0.985 per share. This dividend is payable on June 16, 2022, to shareholders of record at the close of business on May 13, 2022.
Coastal Conservation Association Florida this week joined Duke Energy Florida, in partnership with the Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association, to deploy four 38,000-pound and four 5,000-pound concrete reef modules off the coast of Mexico Beach, Fla., to create the artificial “Duke Energy/CCA Florida Reef.”
Duke Energy Indiana has completed upgrades to three hydroelectric turbines, generators and other equipment at its Markland Hydroelectric Station near Florence, Ind., increasing the facility’s clean, renewable energy output by about 10% and bolstering its ability to reliably serve customers for the next 40 years.
Duke Energy today celebrates national Arbor Day by awarding a $100,000 grant to PowerPlantSC – an initiative by the South Carolina Floodwater Commission and the S.C. Tree Farm Committee to help communities plant trees to create greater resiliency strategies in the state.