Malta Inc. is teaming up with Duke Energy to study the benefits of converting retiring coal units into zero-emissions energy storage systems by integrating Malta’s technology into existing infrastructure at a Duke Energy coal plant in North Carolina.
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.
Siemens Energy, Duke Energy and Clemson University have teamed up to study the use of hydrogen for energy storage and as a low- or no-carbon fuel source to produce energy at Duke Energy’s combined heat and power plant at Clemson University in South Carolina.
Duke Energy today announced an extensive expansion of its clean energy and emissions reduction plans to significantly increase the company’s carbon and methane reductions, coal plant retirements and renewable energy generation goals.
Duke Energy Progress customers in North Carolina and South Carolina are receiving 560 megawatts of cleaner energy from the company’s new state-of-the-art Asheville Combined Cycle Station in Arden, N.C.
Duke Energy today said that the company will continue advancing its ambitious clean energy goals without the Atlantic Coast Pipeline by investing in renewables, battery storage, energy efficiency programs and grid projects.