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Duke Energy’s renewable portfolio hits 10,000 MW as utility reports Q2 earnings

Scott Van Voorhis of Utility Dive reports on Duke Energy’s clean energy progress.

The C3 Take
  • Charlotte, North Carolina-based Duke Energy now has 10,000 MW in its renewable energy portfolio.
  • In addition to increasing its renewable energy fleet, Duke has also renewed the licenses of its six nuclear plants in an effort to decarbonize.
  • Duke Energy and other members of the private sector are tackling climate and energy challenges.

“Duke Energy is in the midst of a five-year, nearly $59 billion ‘growth capital plan’ as the North Carolina-based utility pushes ahead with efforts to decarbonize its operations, Good said Thursday on a call with stock analysts.”

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