Generating cleaner electricity, improving the reliability of electric service, and investments to serve a growing customer base are some of the key factors leading Duke Energy to ask the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission to increase its electric rates.
A subsidiary of Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK) today announced it will acquire a portfolio of distributed fuel cell technology projects from Bloom Energy Corporation (NYSE: BE), as part of the company’s efforts to serve commercial and industrial customers’ evolving energy needs and provide behind-the-meter generation.
Texas leads the nation in wind energy generation – a boon for clean energy but not for the state’s large population of bats, which are drawn to the spinning turbines. To discourage bats from approaching, Duke Energy Renewables is installing an innovative bat deterrent system.
Duke Energy Renewables, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, today announced that its 150-megawatt (MW) North Rosamond solar project in Kern County, Calif., has begun commercial operation. It is the largest solar project in Duke Energy Renewables’ fleet.