Parents and educators agree that today’s children will become tomorrow’s leaders only if they have access to the skills, experiences, behaviors and relationships that help them develop into healthy and successful adults.
Duke Energy Renewables has awarded $100,000 to the Center for Energy Education, a nonprofit organization whose mission encompasses research, education, and training workers for North Carolina's growing solar industry.
Duke Energy is offering to help teachers develop new, engaging ways to help students reach their full learning potential. Through a $75,000 matching gift to DonorsChoose.org, the Duke Energy Foundation is teaming up with teachers to turn classroom projects into a reality.
Power is a mystery. You can’t see it; you can’t touch it. But when you flip a light switch, you expect the room to illuminate. To uncover the mystery of electricity, Duke Energy’s Barbara Martinuzzi had a bright idea – to invite Citrus County fifth graders to the Crystal River Energy Complex and show them how Duke Energy generates power for your life.
Visiting a coal-fired power plant in western Indiana may not be high on your “bucket list,” but you might change your mind if that visit included an opportunity to watch America’s national symbol, the bald eagle, flying, nesting and fishing along the Wabash River.
With temperatures dropping in the Cincinnati area, Duke Energy is continuing its 30-year tradition this winter by partnering with employees and customers to lend a hand to those struggling to pay their winter energy bills.