Slightly warmer temperatures today than most meteorologists had predicted have resulted in fewer ice-related power outages than initially projected for Duke Energy’s Carolinas customers as a winter storm moves through the region.
Duke Energy today projected that the hazardous wintry precipitation and high-winds from the approaching winter storm could cause nearly 1 million power outages – some lasting several days – beginning Thursday in North Carolina and South Carolina.
Duke Energy proyectó hoy que la precipitación invernal peligrosa y los altos vientos de la tormenta invernal que se acerca pudieran ocasionar 1 millón de cortes de suministro eléctrico – algunos pudieran durar varios días – a partir del jueves en Carolina del Norte y Carolina del Sur.
Southeast Energy Exchange Market members filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission today for approval of an automated, intra-hour energy exchange that aims to lower costs to customers and optimize renewable energy resources.
Duke Energy’s commitment to helping customers through the Covid pandemic while also advancing a robust clean energy transformation kept the company among Fortune magazine’s 2021 list of the World’s Most Admired Companies for the fourth year in a row.