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February 7, 2014
05:10 EDTDUKDuke Energy reports water quality continuing to improve at Dan River station
Test results from water samples analyzed by Duke Energy demonstrate that water quality continues to improve downstream of the Dan River Steam Station. On Sunday, a break in a stormwater pipe beneath the ash basin caused a release of ash basin water and ash into the river. Drinking water supplies remain safe. Tonight, the North Carolina Department of Natural Resources (DENR) released sampling results for a number of water quality parameters and the results are consistent with the analysis performed by Duke Energy. The company continues to work closely with local communities, the state of North Carolina, the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to share its sampling results for comparison with their analysis. Flows to the river decreased again and work to reach the location of the broken pipe continues. Between 3,000 and 5,000 tons of rock will be used to build the ramp into the basin.
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September 1, 2015
10:03 EDTDUKDuke Energy acquires half interest in Sumitomo's Mesquite Creek Wind project
Duke Energy Renewables announced it earlier that it has acquired a 50% stake in Mesquite Creek Wind, a 211-megawatt wind power project near Lamesa, Texas, through its joint venture partnership with Sumitomo Corp. of Americas. The acquisition increases Duke Energy Renewables' Texas wind capacity to more than 1,200 MW, the company noted. Duke Energy and Sumitomo share ownership of the 131-MW Cimarron II and 168-MW Ironwood Wind Power Projects in Kansas, which began operating in 2012.
August 21, 2015
17:29 EDTDUKPJM releases results for 2018-2019 PJM Interconnection capacity auction
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August 20, 2015
10:01 EDTDUKDuke Energy seeks proposals for solar in South Carolina
Duke Energy issued a request for proposals for about 53 megawatts of utility-scale solar capacity to be in-service in its South Carolina service areas by the end of 2016. In a separate RFP, the company seeks up to 5 megawatts of solar capacity for its Shared Solar Program, an innovative offer that will allow multiple customers to subscribe to the output of a specific solar facility and share in the economic benefits of the power produced. Projects should be greater than 250 kilowatts and no more than 1 megawatt of capacity. The company anticipates the Shared Solar Program will be particularly attractive to customers who want to receive the benefits of renewable energy but may not be able to install solar on their premises, such as renters or those who live in multi-family housing.

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