Friday Mar 28
NC Appeals Court rejects NC Warn's challenge of Duke-Progress merger
The N.C. Court of Appeals on Friday rebuffed a Durham activist group's legal challenge to the 2012 merger between Duke Energy and Progress Energy.
A movement emerges against the Duke Energy-Progress monopoly
Or who called the merger a mistake. What could possibly be wrong with one company supplying the electricity to 95 percent of our state? One company that is both public utility and shareholder-owned: Captive customers pay the bills and the company makes all the campaign contributions it wants.
The Charlotte Observer
Duke faced few fines over decade
Here are the total fines levied for water-quality issues by the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources over the past decade, according to an Observer analysis.
Duke Energy Investors Remain Energized
The costs incurred due to the cleanup effort have not been detailed by the company.
Burlington Times News
Appeals court upholds Duke-Progress deal
A North Carolina appeals court has upheld the regulatory decisions that made Duke Energy Corp. the country's largest electric company.