Last year, Duke Energy paid out some $6 million to North Carolina customers in solar rebates, with more than 1,300 of its customers having installed solar systems in 2018 under a 4-year, $62 million program, and the company has just opened up the window for new applications for 2019. By Derek Markham Cleantechnica Although North […]
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Nuclear power in the US took another hit last week, as Florida’s Duke Energy announced it is abandoning plans for the Levy Nuclear Project and will build more solar power plants instead. It is also taking other measures to increase the amount of renewable energy available to its customers in the Sunshine State. The announcement came […]
California power utility PG&E rejects the position of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over global warming and leaves the organization in protest.
Duke Energy, the North Carolina-based electric utility announced on Wednesday it would be leaving the clean coal lobbying group, the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (ACCCE), over differences with the organizations opposition to clean energy and climate legislation being considered by Congress.
At the opening session of the 2008 Clinton Global Initiative in New York, Bill Clinton announced a joint commitment from AREVA and Duke Energy to proceed with the development of several woody biomass power plants in the United States.