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July 21, 2024

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NC Residents Criticize Duke’s Pace of Coal Retirements, Reliance on Gas in Carbon Plan
North Carolina residents called upon the Utilities Commission to address Duke Energy’s preferred carbon plan, criticizing its slow pace of coal plant retirements and increase in gas plants compared to other options.
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FERC Upholds, Clarifies Generator Interconnection Rule
FERC rejected challenges to its new generator interconnection rules under Order 2023, while making minor modifications and extending the compliance date.  
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FERC Nixes Duke Transmission Planning Proposal over Cost Threshold
FERC rejected a proposal Duke Energy filed to update its transmission planning process in the Carolinas due to a cost threshold in the proposal, saying other aspects of the filing seemed just and reasonable.
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NCUC Approves Duke Energy’s Bill-funded Efficiency Programs
North Carolina regulators approved two on-bill-financed residential energy efficiency programs for Duke Energy.
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Industry Group Blames Duke, TVA for Blackouts
SREA said Duke Carolinas' and TVA's holiday blackouts were likely avoidable had they built robust transmission links and had better access to organized markets.
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Duke Files Carbon-reduction Plan for North Carolina Utilities
Duke Energy filed a proposal with the North Carolina Utilities Commission that presents four broad paths to reducing carbon emissions by 70% by 2030.
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The Mid-Atlantic in 2022: Offshore Wind, Decarbonization and Youngkin
The key climate policy stories that bear watching in the Mid-Atlantic region in 2022 make up a short but high-impact list that includes offshore wind, how quickly the region’s investor-owned utilities will decarbonize and Glenn Youngkin. The clean energy landscape in the Mid-Atlantic region got a major shake-up in November when Republican Youngkin edged out …
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Duke and Solar Advocates Forge North Carolina Net Metering Agreement
A proposed agreement between Duke Energy and solar advocates would lower the net metering rate residential rooftop solar owners receive for their excess power.
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Renewable Advocates Troubled by Tradeoffs in N.C. Climate Bill
Renewable power advocates are concerned by concessions N.C. legislators made to utilities in return for the carbon-reduction goals of House Bill 951.
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Duke Touts Clean Energy Progress, Strong Earnings in Q3
North Carolina law has upped the ante on utility carbon emissions reductions — requiring a 70% cut by 2030.

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