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Duke files $9.9M claim against estate of CEO Aubrey McClendon

5 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Duke University has filed a $9.9 million claim against the estate of former Chesapeake Energy Corp.

Today's Top 5: Thursday

Here are the five best events going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, Aug. 25, 2016 as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing. • P.S. Your Cat Is Dead at Duke Energy Theater • Jeezy at The Fillmore • Extreme Midget...Show More Summary

Wednesday News: The Duke Energy bully steps forward

6 days agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

DUKE ASKS FEDERAL JUDGE TO DETERMINE AP REPORTER'S SOURCE (WBTV) - Attorneys for Duke Energy have asked a federal judge to hold a hearing to determine who provided an Associated Press reporter with the deposition transcript for Dr. Ken Rudo. Show More Summary

Duke Energy Takes Solar Shot at Modest Commercial Businesses

When it comes to accessing the new energy market place, Duke Energy has a made a key move — going after the smaller-to-mid-sized commercial solar markets, which it thinks has huge potential. Today, the Charlotte-based utility announced it will be making significant investments in REC Solar, including personnel.

IBMA names Hull and Tyminski as 2016 Awards Show hosts

The IBMA has announced that Sierra Hull and Dan Tyminski will serve as the hosts for the 2016 International Bluegrass Music Awards on September 29 in Raleigh, NC. This 27th annual event will be held at the Duke Energy Center just a block away from the Raleigh […] The post IBMA names Hull and Tyminski as 2016 Awards Show hosts appeared first on Bluegrass Today.

TODAY’S STUDY: A Deeper Look At Utilities – Duke/Progress Energy

Duke Energy/Progress Energy Nancy LaPlaca, July 2016 (Energy and Policy Institute) Summary Duke Energy, based in North Carolina, is the largest electric utility in the world. Duke emits more carbon pollution than any other US utility, and ranks first in fossil fuel generation and second in coal-fired generation. Show More Summary

Today's Top 5: Thursday

Here are the five best events going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, Aug. 11, 2016 as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing. • Seminar at Duke Energy Theater • River Jam Series w/ Davy Knowles at Duke Energy Theater • James Davis at The Comedy Zone • Potions & Pixels at Petra's • Trivia at VBGB …

Duke Energy: Renewable Assets Providing Stable Returns but Require Back Up

When Duke Energy announced its 2016 second quarter results, the overarching theme had been that it was making the transition to a new energy future — one that crossed the wake from the 20th Century to the 21st Century. To that end, it has been moving from coal to natural gas, and to renewables.

Duke Energy Finds Success In The New Energy Economy. Can Other Utilities Learn From It?

Market economies march forward. It’s how they deliver better products and services, enabling them to weather what is often unforgiving and competitive climates. The individual businesses unable to make such adjustments are shunted aside while the bold yet nimble ones get ahead. No where is this maxim truer nowadays that [...]

How long will Pat McCrory stand with Donald Trump?

3 weeks agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

Choices Always and forever Until he's 10 points down in polling Until Duke Energy tells him to change course Who cares? They're both toast.

More on Ken Rudo's damning deposition

3 weeks agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

It's no wonder Duke Energy wanted this information sealed: North Carolina’s top public health official acted unethically and possibly illegally by telling residents living near Duke Energy coal ash pits that their well water is safeShow More Summary

Testimony: Health director covered up cancer-causing water in North Carolina

North Carolina's top public health official acted unethically and possibly illegally by telling residents living near Duke Energy coal ash pits that their well water is safe to drink when it's contaminated with a chemical known to cause cancer, a state toxicologist said in sworn testimony. Show More Summary

Duke Energy Renewables Control Center Now Oversees More Than 3,500 MW

The Duke Energy Renewables Control Center is now overseeing more than 3,500 MW of wind and solar energy plants across the US since its inauguration in 2015. Since moving to its new location in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 2015, Duke...Show More Summary

Coal Ash Wednesday: When science is declared "secret"

last monthUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

Duke Energy's damage control methods are out of control: Duke Energy is asking a federal judge to make the sworn statements of a state environmental toxicologist off-limits to the public amid an ongoing lawsuit between environmentalists and the energy company over coal ash. In a motion filed in a North Carolina U.S. Show More Summary

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Burnt Orange Report: While a federal judge struck down Mike Pence’s Indiana legislation requiring all fetuses to be buried or cremated, Texas Governor Gregg Abbott is doing it by administrative fiat. Blue NC : Duke Energy is hard atShow More Summary

Recharge Wrap-up: Elio presentation, Duke energy funds EV charging infrastructure

Elio outlines its business strategy in a recent presentation. Duke Energy funds EV infrastructure as part of an EPA settlement. Malaysia considers B10 biodiesel blend. Continue reading Recharge Wrap-up: Elio presentation, Duke energy...Show More Summary

Duke Energy’s $1.5 Million Program Progresses Public EV Charging In N.C. By 30%

It is not always that one finds positive movement with large utilities in these game-changing days of renewable energy and EVs. A recent positive, announced in early July 2016, was Duke Energy’s $1.5 million program to progress public EV charging in North Carolina by 30%. Show More Summary

Duke Energy Pumps $1.5M into EV Charging Stations

Duke Energy said it will provide $1 million to develop public electric vehicle charging stations in North Carolina and an additional $500,000 for the construction of electric bus charging stations. The company’s EV Charging Infrastructure Support Project is part of a settlement with the EPA and environmental groups over Duke’s alleged violations of the federal […]

In addition to pollution, Duke Energy now leaking propaganda

last monthUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

Disseminating Koch Brothers' subsidized misinformation: Coal ash isn’t toxic, in fact it’s harmless, according a new report that Duke Energy has been disseminating this week. But a Carolina Public Press investigation has found serious...Show More Summary

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