Post Tagged with: "Duke Energy"

Label manufacturer opts for 100 percent renewable energy at factory via Duke Energy program

Label manufacturer opts for 100 percent renewable energy at factory via Duke Energy program

July 8, 2019 at 11:01 am 0 comments

UPM Raflatac, a manufacturer of pressure sensitive label materials, is now sourcing all of the electricity at its factory in Mills River, N.C., via renewable sources through Duke Energy’s NC Renewable Energy Program. The company opted to increase its renewable electricity use from 4 percent to 100 percent from sourcesRead More

Duke Energy trying out new solar energy program tailored to businesses, schools, nonprofits in Indiana

Duke Energy trying out new solar energy program tailored to businesses, schools, nonprofits in Indiana

June 10, 2019 at 9:31 am 1 comment

The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission approved a Duke Energy solar energy pilot program aimed at businesses, schools and nonprofits. “This program gives our business and nonprofit customers, including schools and local governments, another option to incorporate clean, renewable energy into their energy mix through a cost-effective leasing arrangement,” said StanRead More

Employee Shawn Dwyer (371846) standing next to truck in front of solar panels at Halifax Solar Facility. Roanoke Rapids, NC. North Carolina.

The Carolinas’ big solar day: 14 utility-scale projects selected for construction by Duke Energy

April 22, 2019 at 11:07 am Comments are Disabled

Bringing more cost-effective solar energy to the Carolinas, 14 utility-scale projects have been selected during an independently judged bidding process – part of a 2017 comprehensive renewable energy law. Based on an independent evaluation process, Duke Energy will produce or purchase a total of 602 megawatts (MW) of renewable energyRead More

New Duke Energy logo.  (PRNewsFoto/Duke Energy)

Duke Energy proposes electric vehicle infrastructure investments in North Carolina

April 1, 2019 at 1:19 pm Comments are Disabled

Duke Energy is proposing the largest investment in electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure ever in the Southeast – a $76 million initiative to spur EV adoption across the state. Duke Energy outlined its program in a filing with the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC), which needs to approve the three-year program.Read More

Florida A&M University approves a 25-year lease with Duke Energy for huge solar power plant

Florida A&M University approves a 25-year lease with Duke Energy for huge solar power plant

March 11, 2019 at 11:12 am Comments are Disabled

The Florida A&M University (FAMU) Board of Trustees approved a partnership with Duke Energy Florida (DEF) to build a solar facility in Central Florida that will benefit students, faculty, utility customers and Floridians. The Board approved a 25-year lease agreement with DEF. The partnership will provide a new, long-term revenueRead More

Duke Energy prepares for second round of residential solar rebates in North Carolina

Duke Energy prepares for second round of residential solar rebates in North Carolina

January 7, 2019 at 11:27 am Comments are Disabled

Duke Energy has opened the window for another wave of North Carolina customers to apply for its solar rebate program — a program that saw more than 1,300 customers in 2018 after launching in the summer. The Duke Energy solar rebate program is one of many customer programs the companyRead More

Duke Energy received four times its bid target for its Carolinas RFP

Duke Energy received four times its bid target for its Carolinas RFP

December 10, 2018 at 9:25 am Comments are Disabled

Duke Energy opened up the the Competitive Procurement for Renewable Energy (CPRE) as part of the Competitive Energy Solutions Law for North Carolina, back in July and was overwhelmed with bids. In the first tranche, Duke Energy is seeking 680 megawatts (MW) of solar capacity for the Carolinas, comprised ofRead More

Duke Energy launches plan to own, operate non-residential solar sites in North Carolina

Duke Energy launches plan to own, operate non-residential solar sites in North Carolina

October 29, 2018 at 9:47 am Comments are Disabled

Duke Energy is jumping into the non-residential solar business. The company recently filed to be a certified solar lessor with the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) and plans to build, own and operate on-site solar facilities. DECER is not financially supported by either Duke Energy Carolinas or Duke Energy Progress,Read More

Home with solar panels on the roof. The house is located in Chatham County, N.C.

Duke Energy is seeing strong demand for its solar rebate deal in North Carolina (16 MW so far)

July 30, 2018 at 9:57 am Comments are Disabled

Duke Energy’s North Carolina solar rebate program has attracted significant interest from customers, with more than 1,500 applying for the incentive to install private solar systems in the first few weeks of the program’s launch. The rebate offering, which opened July 9 to all Duke Energy customers in the state,Read More

Duke Energy launches Shared Solar Program option for residents in South Carolina

Duke Energy launches Shared Solar Program option for residents in South Carolina

July 25, 2018 at 9:48 am 1 comment

Duke Energy Progress is launching an affordable Shared Solar Program option for customers in South Carolina. Available to all qualified Duke Energy Progress residential and nonresidential customers, including those who live in multifamily housing or rent homes, the goal is to enable them to share in the economic benefits fromRead More