North Carolina Utilities Commission (NC UC)
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.
North Carolina regulators approved two on-bill-financed residential energy efficiency programs for Duke Energy.
The North Carolina Utilities Commission approved Duke Energy Progress’ latest rate case, which includes “performance-based regulation” meant to help achieve the state’s environmental policies.
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.
FERC’s proposal to implement its backstop transmission siting authority from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act ran into some opposition from states.
The North Carolina Utilities Commission largely approved Duke Energy’s proposal to update its net energy metering rules for residential rooftop solar customers.
The NCUC chair consumer advocate faced lawmakers' questions on the state's first-ever rotating outages stemming from a December storm.
Duke Energy reported that it met earnings expectations for 2022 and highlighted its near-term spending plans on an analyst call.
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