The Internet of Things promises to change industries such as insurance and public utilities. To enjoy the benefits, companies must change how they store and analyze Big Data. What do SAS, Cisco, Duke Energy and AT&T have in common? They are all big proponents of the Internet of Things (IoT), also often called the Industrial Continue reading ?
Duke Energy Corp reported earnings today, and the numbers aren't good.
We expect earnings to increase on a year-over-year basis, driven by higher load from the regulated electric business in the United States and some operating cost-related improvements. During Q2 2014, the company's revenues grew by only...Show More Summary
Some worry about the utility giant's ability to keep paying dividends at its current rate.
The MLS. One World Trade Center. Times Square. The Arizona Diamondbacks. Portland's Morrison Bridge. The Indianapolis Canal. Well Fargo's Duke Energy Center. Toronto's CN Tower. These are just a few of the iconic landmarks, teams, businesses...Show More Summary
Utility says sorry about trashing credit scores and admits number of customers affected may climb
By IAEResearch: Duke energy (NYSE:DUK) is the biggest electric power holding company with a total owned generating capacity of 7,915 MegaWatts. The company has been going through significant changes in its capital structural. These changes are related to its dependency on different sources of power generation. Show More Summary
By Khuldune Shahid: Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK) seems to be focusing on growth strategies for the firm to benefit from in the near future. DUK gets approximately 85% of revenues from its U.S. operations, but considering the fact that energy...Show More Summary
Duke Energy officials told state regulators Tuesday it plans to remove coal ash from one of its South Carolina waste pits and close two additional ones, according to Power Engineering. Duke has ash pits at two power plants in the state. The W.S. Lee plant, which is set to convert to natural gas within a […]
Duke Energy is setting itself up for success – here's how.
The noted solar PV module manufacturer First Solar recently won supply contracts for two large projects currently under development by Duke Energy in the Tar Heel State, according to reports. Altogether the projects will total 105 MW of capacity once completed — representing quite a substantial boon/deal for the thin-film module manufacturer. Show More Summary