Duke Energy Corp. and Progress Energy today filed applications with the North Carolina Utilities Commission, asking for approval for a merger the companies announced in January. Charlotte-based Duke and Raleigh-based Progress would become the largest electric utility in the U.S. if the ...Read More »
Duke Energy Corp. today kicked off a program that allows the public to invest in the company as a means to help it pay its debts and for other corporate purposes. The Charlotte-based company said the PremierNotes program will pay a floating interest ...Read More »
A merger of Charlotte-based Duke Energy Corp. and Raleigh-based Progress Energy would be good for ratepayers, the president of Progress says in the company’s annual report released today to shareholders. “By joining forces with Duke Energy, our neighbor for more ...Read More »
Siemens Corp. today said Charlotte will be the first site to be spotlighted in a public relations initiative to draw attention to the more than 3,000 positions the company is looking to fill across the U.S. Under the ”Where the Jobs Are” campaign, Siemens, ...Read More »
Address: 8700 Phillips Road Project description: The Energy Production and Infrastructure Center at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte is part of a plan to make the school a center for energy production and infrastructure research and education. The ...Read More »
Duke Energy Corp. today said it plans to distribute 10 million free compact fluorescent light bulbs to eligible customers this year. The Charlotte-based company said it distributed more than 10 million free CFLs to about 1 million residential customers last year, ...
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Charlotte-based Forsite Development said Tuesday that it has closed on 304 of the 667 acres that ReVenture Park is slated to encompass. The company, which is developing the eco-industrial park project, made the announcement Tuesday. Also Tuesday, Tom McKittrick, Forsite’s ...Read More »
Saying the review process for the ReVenture park energy plant “has been compromised by local political and financial interests,” the Mecklenburg County Waste Management Advisory Board wants an internationally known waste-management firm to study the proposed project. On Tuesday, the ...Read More »
RALEIGH — Duke Energy Corp.’s top executive urged regulators Tuesday to allow it to keep laying groundwork for a potential new $11 billion nuclear plant. The Charlotte-based company wants regulators to let it spend up to $459 million in development ...Read More »
Charlotte-based Piedmont Natural Gas today said Jerry Amos is retiring from its board of directors. Amos has been a member of the board since 1978. Starting in 1964, Amos began representing Piedmont as outside counsel. He became the company’s general counsel ...
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