Following six months of stakeholder input, Duke Energy recently filed an additional $56 million proposal of Phase II programs to continue the advancement of transportation electrification in North Carolina.
Charlotte, N.C., City Council has voted to approve a pilot program and public-private partnership between the Charlotte Area Transit System and eTransEnergy, a subsidiary/affiliate of Duke Energy, to test the performance of battery electric bus vehicles across the greater metropolitan Charlotte area.
Six major utilities today announced a plan to ensure electric vehicle (EV) drivers have access to a seamless network of charging stations connecting major highways in the South, Midwest, Gulf and Central Plains regions.
Duke Energy Florida, consumer representatives and business groups have reached a sweeping agreement that will advance the clean energy vision for the state, introduce innovative programs for customers, retire coal plants faster and bring additional certainty to rates through 2024.
As new electric vehicles (EVs) enter the market and strong sales growth continues nationwide, the Public Service Commission of South Carolina has approved two Duke Energy electric transportation pilot programs that will allow South Carolina to join other states in deploying EV infrastructure to meet the needs of this growing market.