With this week being the 20th anniversary of National Consumer Protection Week, Piedmont Natural Gas is again taking the opportunity to educate its customers and communities on how to avoid being victims of utility scammers.
Duke Energy Progress today filed new rates for North Carolina customers, based on the North Carolina Utilities Commission's order issued Feb. 23. Even with the adjustment, customer rates will remain below the national average.
Piedmont Natural Gas today announced the opening of a new compressed natural gas refueling station in Fayetteville, N.C. – a sign of growing demand as more companies choose clean, affordable natural gas to fuel their car and truck fleets.
Thirteen organizations spanning 42 counties in North Carolina and South Carolina will receive more than $900,000 in new grants from Duke Energy's Water Resources Fund to support environmental and wildlife programs.
Duke Energy's 11 nuclear generating units posted strong operating performance in 2017, providing the Carolinas with nearly 90 billion kilowatt-hours of carbon-free electricity -- enough to power more than 7 million homes.
Piedmont Natural Gas has been designated a 2017 Utility Customer Champion, according to a report based on surveys of more than 50,000 customers of the nation’s 130 largest utilities. Piedmont’s score on the index was high enough to place it fourth among all utilities – natural gas and electric – nationwide.
Duke Energy today outlined its proposal to pass along savings from the new federal tax law to its North Carolina customers in ways that will lower bills in the near term and help offset increases in the future.
- Facility uses wood and poultry waste as fuel - Will help satisfy state poultry and biomass energy mandates CHARLOTTE, N.C., Jan. 31, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Duke Energy has renewed a long-term power purchase agreement with a 50-megawatt biomass ...