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Duke Energy wants customers to help with $760M storm cost

The clean-up from Hurricane Florence hit many of us hard in the wallet. Now it could hit even more people if the area's largest power provider gets its way.

Duke Energy Progress warns Florence could bring widespread power outages

Duke Energy Progress is expecting Hurricane Florence to bring widespread outages when it makes landfall Thursday night.

FEMA discusses Brunswick Nuclear Plant emergency drill

Federal regulators say an emergency drill at the Brunswick Nuclear Plant this week went well.

Attorney general challenges regulators over coal ash charges

North Carolina's attorney general on Wednesday challenged regulators for allowing Duke Energy to start charging consumers hundreds of millions of dollars to clean up coal ash dumps and add a potential profit margin.

Neighbors frustrated with ‘mess’ leftover by power company crew

Duke energy calls the leftover trees and limbs essentially bio-degradable and will not clear them from the lot.

4,200 without power in New Hanover County

Duke Energy Progress is reporting thousands of customers are without power this morning.

Duke Energy asks customers to reduce electricity use during cold snap

Duke Energy Progress officials are asking customers to reduce electricity use until 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 15 to help avoid potential high energy demand on the electric grid caused by frigid temperatures, according to a news release.
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A look ahead: Duke Energy and state to begin final hearings on proposed rate...

Still at issue is whether the company will be allowed to charge consumers the full, multibillion-dollar cost of cleaning up its coal ash pits.

Duke Energy accepts lower rate increase, profit

The nation's largest electric company has agreed to seek a lower rate increase on more than a million North Carolina customers and charge a lower potential profit margin.

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