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June 16, 2024
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New Era for Grid Planning in North Carolina?
Advocates Push Duke to Adopt Holistic, Proactive Approach to Meet New State Emission Reduction Goals
Duke Energy says major areas in both North and South Carolina are "capacity constrained" and may not be able to interconnect significant amounts of new renewable energy without millions of dollars of system upgrades.
Duke Energy says major areas in both North and South Carolina are "capacity constrained" and may not be able to interconnect significant amounts of new renewable energy without millions of dollars of system upgrades. | Duke Energy
As H951 sits on Gov. Cooper's desk, the NCUC continued its examination of Duke Energy's IRP with a session on the increasing complexity of grid planning.
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