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Duke Energy Corporation (DUK) Wells Fargo Securities Research, Economics & Strategy, 2013 Energy Symposium Conference December 11, 2013, 8:00 AM ET Executives Buzz Miller - President, Southern Nuclear Development and Executive Vice President,...Show More Summary
The $600 million plant replaces less-efficient polluting coal-fired facility.
Last month, Duke Energy Corporation was fined because their windmills are killing golden eagles. What’s shocking is not that windmills kill birds, but that the same federal government that’s shoveling tax-payer money into windmills is...Show More Summary
A new report out from Wake Forest University concludes that coal ash waste from Duke Energy’s Sutton coal plant in Wilmington, NC is elevating levels of selenium pollution in nearby Sutton Lake. The lake, prized by fishermen for its largemouth bass population, has been contaminated, according to a study released today by Prof. Show More Summary
Duke Energy is working alongside South Carolina Electric and Gas (SCE&G) and Clemson University (CU) to deliver new grid technologies to the industry. The world’s most-advanced energy systems testing and research center supported byShow More Summary
Two weeks ago, I had an opportunity to hear Jim Rogers, the Chairman of Duke Energy, speak about the future of electric utilities at a conference in Quincy, MA. Rogers said that two principal forces are affecting change in the electric utility industry: flat demand growth and rising prices. While I have enormous respect for [...]
The say anything Governor doubles-down on his prevarication: This time, he got caught twice in the same interview. First, McCrory said that Duke Energy and IBM had stopped offering their employees health insurance because of Obamacare. Show More Summary
Duke Energy Renewables, a part of Duke Energy, announced it reached a settlement agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) for $1 million over the deaths of golden eagles and other migratory birds at two of the company’s wind power generation sites in Wyoming. Show More Summary
In the first criminal conviction of its kind, Duke Energy will pay big for violations in Wyoming, and be forced to improve its practices.
ByHorizon Investments: Regulated utilities are low risk businesses that offer stable income and high dividend yields, which is why they have remained popular among income-seeking investors. U.S. utilities are scaling down their merchant power businesses due to a weakness in forward power prices. Show More Summary
Photo via Shutterstock A subsidiary of North Carolina-based Duke Energy has agreed to pay the first ever criminal fines to stem from the deaths of migratory birds at wind turbine sites in the US. Two of Duke Energy Renewables' Wyoming wind farms were found
ByHeather Ingrassia: As an income-driven investor always in search of a sustainable mid-to-higher yielding energy play, I've decided to shift my focus to the diversified utilities sector and highlight several of the reasons why I'm staying...Show More Summary
Eagle deaths at wind energy farms in Wyoming has led to the first-ever fine from the federal government for environmental laws protecting birds — a $1 sum for 14 eagles killed. The fines were leveled against Duke Energy Corp., which pleaded guilty to killing 14 eagles and 149 other birds at two wind farms. Show More Summary
Golden eagles are protected by federal law. Still, this is the first prosecution of its kind, despite the fact that dozens of eagles are killed by wind energy facilities each year.
A U.S. energy supplier has agreed to pay a fine of $1 over the deaths of 14 eagles and more than 100 other birds in the past three years on its wind farms in Wyoming.
Photo by Flickr user Jeff Babbitt In a settlement announced Friday, wind power company Duke Energy Corp. will pay $1 million for killing 14 golden eagles and 149 other birds at two Wyoming wind farms, the Associated Press reports. As...Show More Summary
Duke Energy announced today it would pay $1 million for the deaths of 14 golden eagles at its wind energy sites in Wyoming.
(WASHINGTON) — For the first time, the Obama administration is taking action against wind farms for killing eagles. In a settlement announced Friday, Duke Energy will pay $1 million for killing 14 golden eagles over the past three years at two Wyoming wind farms. Show More Summary