Students at Independence Elementary School in Rock Hill, S.C., recently celebrated a week of activities focused on science and technology by flipping the switch on the newest addition to the Patriots’ campus: a 230 kilowatt solar system made possible by the Duke Energy Solar Rebate Program.
Duke Energy's customers represent the centerpiece of the company's long-term strategy, Chairman, President and CEO Lynn Good today told investors during the company's annual shareholders meeting, held online using a live video webcast.
Duke Energy's $62 million solar rebate program – which will help North Carolina customers with the upfront cost of installing solar panels on their property – was approved this month by the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC).
Duke Energy today released its 2017 Climate Report, detailing the company’s strategy and ongoing efforts to mitigate risks from climate change, reduce emissions, navigate policy uncertainty and plan future investments to deliver value for customers and investors.
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.
- 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 ...