North Carolina regulators approved the combination of Duke Energy's "carbon plans" to implement state law requiring net zero emissions by midcentury with its standard integrated resource plans for the sake of regulatory efficiency.
Duke Energy saw quarterly earnings slip due to low demand, but a growing economy and the transition to cleaner energy had its executives highlighting future growth opportunities on its earnings call Thursday.
Duke Energy Progress and North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency filed a settlement with FERC regarding the latter using batteries to shave its peak demand.
North Carolina regulators approved two on-bill-financed residential energy efficiency programs for Duke Energy.
North Carolina regulators approved a new, voluntary electric vehicle charging program where Duke Energy will rent and maintain chargers for its customers.
Duke Energy saw earnings slip on mild weather and focused on its organic growth plans as a fully regulated firm engaged in the energy transition.
Mountain Valley Pipeline elicited written protests for asking FERC for a three-year extension to build the Southgate extension of the pipeline.
Duke Energy announced a $364 million deal to sell its distributed renewable business to ArcLight Capital.
Members of Congress went to North Carolina to hold a field hearing on the substation attacks in early December that knocked out power to 45,000 customers.
Warm weather in its service territories led to lower earnings for Duke in Q1, but CEO Lynn Good told investors that the firm should make up for it this summer.
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