Duke Energy is already halfway toward its goal of 16,000 MW in owned, operated and contracted renewable energy by 2025, the company announced in climate and sustainability reports released Tuesday. In addition, Duke said that the combination of clean energy and efficiency programs have reduced its carbon emissions 39% below 2005 levels. The utility’s goal...
Duke Energy, one of the largest utility holding companies in the U.S., has updated its climate strategy with the new goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Duke Energy announced the revised climate goals Tuesday and accelerated its near-term goal of cutting carbon dioxide emissions from electric generation. The more immediate goal is to decrease...
In its Energy Infrastructure Update for August 2018, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission listed 335 MW of hydro activity: a capacity amendment for the Bad Creek Pumped Storage Project.
Duke Energy Carolinas (DEC) announced today that through a competitive bidding process, it will sell five small hydroelectric plants in the Western Carolinas region to Northbrook Energy. The transaction will save customers money over time, while ensuring a continued source of clean energy.
Duke Energy has signed on to be the host utility for HydroVision International 2018, which will be located in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S., this June.
China Three Gorges Corp. (CTGC) has purchased Duke Energy's 2.09 GW hydropower business in Brazil for US$1.2 billion, making CTGC the second largest electricity producer in Brazil.
Duke Energy announced plans last week to expand its 1,065-MW Bad Creek pumped storage project by 200 MW, with an anticipated completion date of 2023.
Out of Duke Energy’s 57,030 MW of generation capacity, hydropower accounted for 4,429 MW in 2015, according to the 2015 Sustainability Report.
On March 16, Duke Energy announced senior vice president Regis Repko, a 30-year veteran of the company, as its chief fossil/hydro officer, effective April 1.
United States-based Duke Energy is keeping a close eye on its Brazilian hydroelectric power assets in anticipation of potential energy rationing, CEO Lynn Good said earlier this week.