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Duke Energy Proposes Two Additional Renewable Energy Programs for North Carolina Customers

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  • North Carolina Shared Solar program expands solar options for participating communities
  • Green Source Advantage program helps large business customers meet renewable energy goals
  • Programs complement company’s recent $62 million solar rebate program 
Press Release

  • North Carolina Shared Solar program expands solar options for participating communities
  • Green Source Advantage program helps large business customers meet renewable energy goals
  • Programs complement company’s recent $62 million solar rebate program 

Duke Energy Renewables Protects Eagles with IdentiFlight System

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  • Duke Energy Renewables purchases large-scale avian protection system for Top of the World Windpower Project in Wyoming
  • It is the first commercial installation of this technology 
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  • Duke Energy Renewables purchases large-scale avian protection system for Top of the World Windpower Project in Wyoming
  • It is the first commercial installation of this technology 

Duke Energy Delivered Sunshiny Days in North Carolina in 2017

Summary: 
  • Company connected 500 megawatts of solar capacity in 2017

  • Since 2015, solar has been the No. 1 source for new energy capacity in the Carolinas

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  • Company connected 500 megawatts of solar capacity in 2017

  • Since 2015, solar has been the No. 1 source for new energy capacity in the Carolinas

Duke Energy Named to Forbes’ Best Employers for Diversity

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Duke Energy is proud to be named to Forbes’ Best Employers for Diversity, one of only eight utilities to make the list. We serve increasingly diverse communities in an increasingly complex world. That is why diversity and inclusion are central to both our work today and our vision for the future. At Duke Energy, we are firmly committed to providing an inclusive environment where we value and respect everyone, listen to a variety of perspectives and enable employees to reach their full potential.

Duke Energy Proposes $62 Million Solar Rebate Program in North Carolina

Summary: 
  • Savings potential of $4,800 for a typical residential solar array

  • Enhanced rebate program for churches, schools and nonprofits

     

Press Release
  • Savings potential of $4,800 for a typical residential solar array

  • Enhanced rebate program for churches, schools and nonprofits

     

Duke Energy Named One of Fortune's "World's Most Admired Companies"

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CHARLOTTE, N.C., January 22, 2018 /3BL Media/ -- Duke Energy has been named to Fortune magazine's 2018 list of the World's Most Admired Companies. Duke Energy was ranked 5th among gas and electric utilities, up from 9th last year.

Duke Energy's Commitment to Florida Communities Amplified by More than $5 Million of Grant Funding in 2017

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Includes $1M for Hurricane Irma relief across Florida and $1M in resources for United Way Suncoast's Campbell Park initiative in St. Petersburg.

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Includes $1M for Hurricane Irma relief across Florida and $1M in resources for United Way Suncoast's Campbell Park initiative in St. Petersburg.

Duke Energy Volunteers Celebrate MLK Day with Day of Service

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On MLK Day of Service, hundreds of Duke Energy employees fanned out across our communities to serve others. From teaching girls about STEM in aviation and building homes to serving meals and beautifying parks, Duke Energy In Action volunteers put our purpose into action: to power the lives of our customers and the vitality of our communities.

The Idea That Transformed the Carolinas

3 men tamed the Catawba River and brought electricity to Carolinas textile mills
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The Carolinas we know today are shaped from Dr. Gill Wylie’s simple idea more than 100 years ago. He wanted to turn water into electricity.

In Time of Need, Tonya Dirkse Found Warmth, Peace

Duke Energy heating assistance programs help people in 7 states
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Tonya Dirkse was, in her own words, at her breaking point.  

Recently divorced with no job, she was having trouble making ends meet and was hesitant to ask for help. Then her sister mentioned that she might qualify for social services assistance, saying that it would be “a hand-up not a hand-out.” 

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