Hurricane season is officially here and Piedmont Natural Gas is urging customers to follow a few simple tips to stay safe if their natural gas equipment or appliances are damaged or flooded due to severe weather.
Piedmont Natural Gas, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, has successfully closed a $600 million debt offering – its largest debt issuance in the history of the company and its first since it merged with Duke Energy.
Duke Energy Progress is proposing a decrease in monthly fuel costs for its South Carolina customers beginning this summer as part of an annual adjustment of the actual cost of fuel used to generate electricity at its power plants.
As temperatures begin to climb, many customers who have Piedmont Natural Gas service solely for heating sometimes choose to disconnect their service for the summer months. Piedmont encourages those customers to keep their service on year-round, a decision that could save them time and money.
Duke Energy today celebrated the ceremonial grand opening of its new 1,640-megawatt Citrus Combined Cycle Station located at the 5,100-acre Crystal River Energy Complex in Citrus County, Fla., about 85 miles north of Tampa. The station started producing energy for 4.5 million Floridians in late 2018.
For the first time in six years, and following significant investments for the ongoing growth, safety and reliability of its system, Piedmont Natural Gas today filed a request with the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) to raise its base rates.
With returning cold temperatures and potential negative impacts from the ongoing federal government shutdown, Piedmont Natural Gas is reminding its customers and communities of programs for people who need assistance paying their energy bills.
Duke Energy’s 1.8 million customers in Florida are now receiving 1,640 megawatts of cleaner-burning, highly efficient energy from the company’s new state-of-the-art combined-cycle natural gas plant in Citrus County, Fla.