Chris, a Duke Energy lineman, tells customers the best way to track when their power will be restored.
Published on February 17, 2020 | Video
Duke Energy uses phone calls and texts to gather information to determine remaining outages as system repairs are made.
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Duke Energy Lineman Johnny Umbehant walks through safety and equipment responsibilities after storms.
Chris, a Duke Energy lineman, explains why it can be important to turn off your generator when crews are working in your neighborhood to restore power.
Chris, a Duke Energy lineman, explains how power is distributed to customers and how it can affect when your power is restored.
After more than two years of planning and preparation, the remaining portions of Duke Energy Progress' W.H. Weatherspoon Power Plant, in Lumberton, N.C., were imploded by our demolition specialist on November 22, 2013. By retiring, decommissioning and demolishing our older, less efficient coal units, Duke Energy has the opportunity to modernize our generation fleet to better serve our customers in the future. With the culmination of the demolition activities, Duke Energy will be able to move forward with our ultimate goal of removing the coal plant entirely and restoring the site to ground level.
Duke Energy, Asheville Regional Airport and Charah are partnering to beneficially reuse 4 million tons of coal ash produced from decades of generating power for the region in safe, fully lined engineered structural fill projects to create acres of flat, usable land at the airport taxiway.