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Duke Energy extends sponsorship of Blumenthal’s Broadway Lights series for 2 seasons

Duke Energy Corp. said it will remain the title sponsor of Blumenthal Performing Arts Center’s Broadway Lights series for the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons. “The Broadway Lights series brings world-class programming to our community and is a prime example of ...

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Chinese solar cell maker Jetion chooses Charlotte for U.S. base

A Chinese solar cell and modules maker has picked Charlotte as the base of its U.S. operation. Jetion Solar Corp., a subsidiary of Jetion Solar China Limited, today announced that it is leasing a 20,000-square-foot facility at the Prologis Business Park, ...

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Unhappy trails (access required)

In 2002, Mount Holly citizens began meeting to work on ways to revitalize their downtown district. Lee Beatty, a family physician and a community leader, said people were wondering how to connect the town to the Catawba River, which is ...

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ReVenture will no longer burn county trash. Opinions differ on whether that’s a good thing (access required)

ReVenture Park’s plan to burn Mecklenburg County’s trash to produce electricity has gone up in flames. In a city that’s trying to diversify its economy from one focused mostly on banking, the loss of a project that would have generated ...

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Duke Energy, American Electric Power to develop $275M transmission project

Duke Energy Corp. said today that it plans to work with American Electric Power to develop a $275 million, 55-mile, extra-high-voltage transmission project with the Tennessee Valley Authority in Indiana and Kentucky. Duke and AEP have formed a joint venture, Pioneer Transmission, that plans to build ...

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