Duke Energy Carolinas is partnering with Anderson County, S.C., to build an energy storage project at the Anderson Civic Center that will be part of the company’s long-term strategy to integrate battery technology into the smart-thinking grid it is building in the Carolinas.
Duke Energy Carolinas today asked North Carolina regulators in a filing to review its rates as the company continues working to reduce carbon emissions, strengthen the grid and improve the customer experience.
The Duke Energy Foundation has awarded 16 “Powerful Communities” program grants totaling $269,523 for programs to support a wide range of environmental initiatives, including projects to support water quality, conservation, and habitat and forest restoration.
Duke Energy Renewables today announced that AT&T has signed a 15-year, 160-megawatt virtual power purchase agreement for the Frontier Windpower II project. Duke Energy Renewables is building the 350-MW project in Kay County, Okla.
Sprint and Duke Energy Renewables today announced a 12-year virtual power purchase agreement for 173.3 megawatts of new wind energy. Duke Energy Renewables will build, own and operate the 182-MW Maryneal Windpower project, located in Nolan County, Texas, that will come online in 2020.