Duke Energy has been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for North America for the 16th consecutive year as the company leads one of the largest clean energy transformations in the country.
They don’t wear a cape or possess superhuman strength, but Duke Energy’s 8,500 power plant workers are a different kind of hero. They power lives through their work at 355 power plants, stations and facilities. Duke Energy has designated Nov. 1 as the company’s first Power Plant Worker Appreciation Day.
Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions today announced the construction of the 207-megawatt Ledyard Windpower project in Kossuth County, Iowa. This will be the company’s first renewable energy project in the state.
Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, a nonregulated commercial brand of Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK), today announced the commercial operation of the 182-megawatt (MW) Maryneal Windpower project in Nolan County, Texas.
By the end of this decade, renewables will make up a large portion of the company’s generation mix as Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK) looks to triple the amount of renewable energy it produces from company power plants and dramatically reduce carbon emissions.
Duke Energy today announced the launch of Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, a new commercial brand that unifies products and services offered by several Duke Energy subsidiaries – including Duke Energy Renewables, REC Solar and Duke Energy One – under one comprehensive brand.
Duke Energy Renewables, through the Duke Energy Foundation, and AT&T today announced $20,000 in student scholarships to High Plains Technology Center in Woodward, Okla., for students interested in pursuing wind turbine technology careers.
Duke Energy Foundation has awarded nearly $35,000 in grants through its Duke Energy Renewables fund to schools, community enrichment programs and wildlife rescue organizations in Kay County, Washington County and Payne County, Okla.
Duke Energy Renewables, a commercial business unit of Duke Energy, today announced the commercial operation of the largest windpower project in its fleet – the 350-megawatt Frontier Windpower II project in Kay County, Okla.