Duke Energy Progress is launching the Shared Solar Program, an affordable option for customers that will enable them to share in the economic benefits from the output of a single solar facility – providing customers another choice that will continue to grow renewable energy in South Carolina.
Duke Energy Carolinas has achieved a major milestone in its support of solar energy as more than 5,000 of the company’s South Carolina customers have installed solar panels on their homes and businesses, reaching a legislative goal for customer-owned solar capacity.
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).