Duke Energy has been amenable to big solar that doesn’t challenge its business model; residential solar might be a whole different ballgame.
Duke Energy officially has the green light from the North Carolina Utilities Commission to launch a new 100% renewable energy program in North Carolina.
In a first, the Obama administration gets a criminal conviction of a wind power company for failing to protect golden eagles and other birds.
Google will apparently get the clean energy it wants for an expanded North Carolina data center, as Duke Energy goes along with adding new renewable sources.
SolarWorld, not usually a big utility-scale developer, does a 21-megawatt SoCal project from soup to nuts, and Duke Energy scoops it up.
There have been a few issues, but more wind farms are using big batteries to enhance wind energy integration.
In this sponsored story on EarthTechling, Smart Grid Update talks about Duke Energy and its plans for greater distributed generation.
Chrysler seems to be recovering from a 2009 bankruptcy, but what are the company’s plans for electric and hybrid vehicles? A new test fleet may offer a clue.
Duke Energy locks up a power-purchase agreement for phase two of the Los Vientos wind project in Texas, which will add 202 megawatts to its generating capacity.
A Duke University and Duke Energy pig-waste-to-power prototype takes advantage of the Google spotlight to spread word about the project.
CPS Energy has agreed to buy 200 megawatts of wind power from Duke Energy, which will build, own and manage the Los Vientos I Windpower Project in Texas.