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.
The Sutton Steam Plant in Wilmington ended its service with a bang, another significant milestone in Duke Energy's campaign to replace older, less-efficient plants with cleaner energy for its customers.
Duke Energy this morning imploded another boiler unit at the retired coal-fired L.V. Sutton Plant as part of the company’s effort to generate energy using cleaner, more efficient sources in North Carolina.
Duke Energy announced today it will buy swine and poultry waste output from a facility planned for eastern North Carolina – using the captured methane gas to generate renewable electricity at four power stations.
Duke Energy Progress today received approval from the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) to transition to a smarter, cleaner energy future at the Asheville Plant. The project is estimated to cost approximately $1 billion.