Duke Energy, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, is an electric power holding company in the United States, with assets also in Canada and Latin America.

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Duke Energy Corporation

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Duke Energy Corporation

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  • LeToya's role managing coal ash (long version)

    LeToya Ogallo is an ash management permitting and compliance specialist. She works with a team of people who ensure we obtain the right permits and meet regulatory compliance while closing ash basins. Learn why managing coal ash safely and closing basins is important to LeToya.

  • Harley’s role managing coal ash (long version)

    Harley Thomas is an ash management transportation manager. He works with a team of people who ensure ash is transported safely by rail, truck or to on-site landfills. Learn why managing coal ash safely and managing transportation logistics is important to Harley.

  • Sean's role managing coal ash (short version)

    Sean DeNeale is an ash management groundwater engineer. He works with a team of people who have led the most comprehensive groundwater assessments at our sites. Learn why managing coal ash safely and understanding groundwater is important to Sean.

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  • Gretchen's role managing coal ash (short version)

    Gretchen Hammond is an ash basin closure engineer. She works with a team of people who design the best way to close ash basins at our sites. Learn why managing coal ash safely and closing basins is important to Gretchen

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    Gretchen Hammond is an ash basin closure engineer. She works with a team of people who design the best way to close ash basins at our sites. Learn why managing coal ash safely and closing basins is important to Gretchen

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    Sharat Gollamudi is an ash management geotechnical engineer. He works with a team of people who ensure the safe operation of our ash basins and dams. Learn why managing coal ash safely and closing basins is important to Sharat.

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Duke Energy Corporation

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Duke Energy Corporation

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Duke Energy Corporation

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  • Hurricane Matthew Restoration in Florida

    More than 3,500 Duke Energy linemen, contractors and support staff worked 16-hour days to restore power to Florida customers in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew by replacing downed power lines, removing trees from lines and replacing damaged equipment. Their efforts resulted in the restoration of nearly 300,000 customers in less than 72 hours after the storm exited the company's service territor...

  • Duke Energy completes final implosion of Sutton Steam Plant - Nov. 9, 2016

    An early-morning implosion on Nov. 9, 2016, brought down the last of three boilers at the Sutton Steam Plant, another significant milestone in Duke Energy’s campaign to replace older, less-efficient plants with cleaner energy for its customers. The implosion removes the last Duke Energy coal plant in Eastern N.C.

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  • Timelapse Video of Duke Energy Sutton Plant Smokestack Demolition

    From August 2015 to March 2016, crews demolished the Sutton Steam Plant’s iconic candy cane-striped smokestacks using a ring-like structure that removed the stacks from the top down. The stacks had to be removed prior to the implosion of the plant’s remaining structures. From August 2015 to March 2016, crews demolished the Sutton Steam Plant’s iconic candy cane-striped smokestacks using a ring-lik...

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  • Duke Energy implodes retired Dan River Steam Station

    After more than 60 years of reliable service to Duke Energy customers, the Dan River Steam Station passed into history with an early morning implosion of the remaining three boilers and precipitator.

  • Citrus Combined-Cycle Natural Gas Plant Project in Citrus County, Fla.

    Construction is well underway for the new 1,640 megawatt combined-cycle natural gas plant in Citrus County, Fla. The 400-acre construction site near the existing Crystal River Energy Complex is buzzing with activity. Underground piping is being installed. The foundations are visible, and transmission switchyard construction is underway.

  • Urban Revitalization program spurs positive change in Ohio and Kentucky

    Since its founding in 2011, Duke Energy’s Urban Revitalization program has provided more than $1.5 million in catalytic funding to 48 projects. The goals of the grant program are to eliminate blight, create jobs, increase business retention/expansion and workforce training opportunities, and spur additional economic development activities in neighborhoods and communities across Southwest Ohio and ...

Duke Energy Corporation

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  • Duke Energy and the Environment

    Duke Energy’s mission is to provide clean, reliable and affordable energy to our customers – 24 hours a day, seven days a week. As a business, we are finding ways to be both environmentally friendly and cost effective. By leveraging innovative technology, we often find win–win situations with projects that ultimately help protect the environment. We provided $3 million of foundation grant funding...

  • Crystal River Mariculture Center Fish Hatchery and Eel Grass

    The Crystal River Mariculture Center is a two-story, 8,100 square-foot multi-species hatchery that cultivates and releases approximately 100,000 fish fingerlings, including red fish and spotted sea trout, into the Gulf of Mexico each year.

Duke Energy Corporation

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  • Duke Energy USFSP STEM Expo

    Duke Energy Florida supports after-school science, technology, engineering and math academies in 88 Pinellas County elementary and middle schools. By helping teachers foster an interest in STEM fields for students, our communities will continue growing and producing skilled workers that bring new thinking and innovation to our lives.

Duke Energy Corporation

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Duke Energy Corporation

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Duke Energy Corporation

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  • Should I Unplug My Generator When Crews Arrive to Restore Power?

    Chris, a Duke Energy lineman, explains why it can be important to turn off your generator when crews are working in your neighborhood to restore power.

  • Carolina Restoration in Progress 10/9/16

    Hurricane Matthew has left large portions of the Carolinas more heavily damaged than projected. We’re looking at a long, difficult road to recovery. Please be safe and we appreciate your patience.

  • Hurricane Matthew Update – Carolinas 10/11/16

    The damage from Hurricane Matthew left more than 1.2 million customers without power across the Carolinas. We’ve restored 90 percent, but still have a long road ahead. High water in many areas has prevented access and slowed restoration. Customers in some of the hardest-hit counties might be without power all week, or longer.

Duke Energy Corporation

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Duke Energy Corporation

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Duke Energy Corporation

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Duke Energy Corporation

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  • Florida lineman Johnny Griershaber prepares for Hurricane Matthew

    Florida lineman Johnny Griershaber spent the day checking equipment, supplies and inventories. When it's safe to start restoring power, Johnny and hundreds of other line crews will be ready to roll - quickly and safely. Johnny provides insights on the storm in this video from Lake Buena Vista Operations Center near Disney World in Florida. #Matthew

  • Hurricane Matthew Update

    Hurricane Matthew has shifted course and the forecast for North Carolina has changed, but that does not change the need to prepare.

  • Brunswick Line Aerial Inspections

    As part of the company'sy preparation efforts, teams completed aerial inspections of the main transmission lines in the coastal North Carolina areas to verify that trees and other debris were safely cleared away.

Duke Energy Corporation

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Duke Energy Corporation

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Duke Energy Corporation

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Duke Energy Corporation

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  • Duke Energy One – City of Fairfield, OH Water Treatment Plant

    How do you help a customer maintain an aging infrastructure for the needs of a city? The City of Fairfield enlisted our expertise to help them solve the problem with a custom energy solution. We go beyond routine maintenance to make sure Fairfield’s onsite generation is in top condition, so that they can focus on their core business of water treatment. What we put in place as an on-going support m...

Duke Energy Corporation

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Duke Energy Corporation

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Duke Energy Corporation

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