Duke Energy is once again assisting customers who may struggle to pay their winter energy bills. The company is contributing $700,000 for low-income customer energy assistance through its Helping Hand program.
As energy usage and bills rise this winter, more than 900 families and homes across the state will be saving energy and money courtesy of free home energy makeovers provided to customers at no charge through a Duke Energy program.
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. -
For more than two decades, Duke Energy Florida has sponsored the Great American Teach-In in the Tampa Bay area. This year, the tradition continues on Nov. 18.
Nearly 60 Duke Energy Florida employees will visit with students at 50...
PLAINFIELD, IND. -
The Montgomery Co. Boys and Girls Club will use a grant from the Duke Energy Foundation to develop a community garden that will help teach children healthy living principles.
The $9,500 grant will provide equipment and materials to...