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  1. Duke Energy Corp Price Target Cut to $82.00 by Analysts at BarclaysRead the original story

    Yesterday | AmericanBankingNews.com

    ... the stock. Barclays' price objective would suggest a potential upside of 7.82% from the company's current price. Duke Energy Corp ( NYSE:DUK ) traded down 0.14% on Monday, hitting $76.05. The stock had a trading volume of 2,150,770 shares. Duke ...

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  2. Duke Energy Generation Services, Inc. - Strategic SWOT Analysis Review - New Market Research ReportRead the original story

    Sunday | PR-inside.com

    DEGS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Duke Energy Corporation. The company owns and operates electric generation for large energy consumers, municipalities, utilities and industrial facilities.

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  3. Standard & Poor's lowers Duke Energy ratingRead the original story

    Saturday May 23 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Standard & Poor's lowered the rating for Duke Energy Corp. Wednesday, citing the utility's lack of transparency in connection with the hiring of a new CEO and the consequences of that decision. The credit-rating agency said the decision to downgrade stems from its view that "abrupt leadership changes at the company have heightened regulatory risk in North Carolina and likely in Florida, significantly weakening the company's consolidated 'excellent' business risk profile under our criteria."

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  4. N.C. renewable energy tax credits more than doubled in 2014Read the original story

    Friday May 22 | Courier-Tribune

    ... of the carry-over effect. In 2014, the single largest claim for the renewable energy tax credit was made by Duke Energy Corp., for $62.9 million. The Charlotte utility company also spent $279.3 million on the renewable projects, state records show. ...

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  5. See what you missed at CBJ's Energy Inc. Summit & Energy Leadership AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Business Journal

    ... began with an expo and networking session followed by a keynote address by Jim Rogers , the former CEO of Duke Energy Corp. (NYSE:DUK), the nation's largest electric utility. Rogers' remarks touched on several topics. He remained upbeat on the ...

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  6. Energy industry eyes 100-year life cycle for nuclear plantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Business Journal

    ... for a breakout session at the Charlotte Business Journal 's Energy Inc. Summit on Thursday. He noted that former Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers had raised questions about whether plants could operate much beyond the 20-year extension the Nuclear ...

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  7. Trucks hauling coal ash concern residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | WSOCTV

    ... I don't like it," Sandra McAulay said after learning the trucks were passing close to her home. She's glad Duke Energy is finally moving the coal ash away from Mountain Island Lake, but she and others said they're concerned about coal ash dust ...

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  8. Charlotte Utility Company Builds Sense of CommunityRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | HipHoods

    Strengthening company morale with events like their annual International Lineman's Rodeo Competition , Duke Energy employs more than 5,000 line workers to construct, operate and maintain the equipment that delivers electricity to approximately 7.2 million customers across its service territories. Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., Duke Energy is a Fortune 250 company traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol DUK.

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  9. Former Duke CEO criticizes N.C. legislature for 'moving into the past' on energy policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Business Journal

    Former Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers came down hard Thursday on the N.C. General Assembly for proposals that could gut the state's solar and renewable-energy industry. In his keynote speech at the annual Energy Inc. Conference in Charlotte , Rogers said lawmakers "are moving not into the future, but into the past." 1 comment

  10. Revealing Charlotte's largest energy-industry employersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Business Journal

    This week's Charlotte Business Journal lists the Charlotte region's largest employers in the energy industry, ranked by number of full-time local employees. Duke Energy Corp. tops the list again this year with 7,800 Charlotte-area employees, followed by ATI with over 1,600.

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  11. Coal ash management progress: Riverbend coal ash excavation is under way to fully lined landfillRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Electric Energy Online

    The first truck of excavated coal ash left the retired Riverbend power plant near Charlotte today , marking the beginning of the end for ash storage at that site as Duke Energy relocates ash to a fully lined landfill. "We share our customers' urgency for closing ash basins, and we're glad to get this important work under way.

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  12. Duke Energy begins coal ash clean-up from unlined land fillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | WCTI

    Duke Energy has begun what will be the years-long process of digging up coal ash from its unlined dumps in North Carolina and removing it to safer storage. The company said in a news release issued Thursday that the first tractor-trailer loaded with ash departed its retired Riverbend power plant near Charlotte, bound for a fully lined landfill in Homer, Georgia.

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  13. Solar gives Duke Energy's Rob Caldwell a sunny outlook on jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Business Journal

    Rob Caldwell jokes he can't hold a job. He's been with the same employer for almost 17 years, mind you, but he's held positions at Duke Energy Corp. in strategic planning, wholesale power and power trading.

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  14. Coal ash begins exit from Riverbend power plantRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | WBTV

    The first loads of coal ash left Duke Energy's Riverbend power plant west of Charlotte on Thursday as the company began removing 1 million tons of ash. "We share our customers' urgency for closing ash basins, and we're glad to get this important work under way," John Elnitsky, Duke's ash strategy chief, said in a statement.

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  15. Crews restore power lines following Matthews crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | WBTV

    ... morning. The accident happened on Weddington Matthews Road at Tilly Morris Road. The roadway was closed as Duke Energy works to restore the power lines. No word on how the accident happened or possible injuries. Crews expect to have power restored ...

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  16. Duke begins removing coal ash from dump near CharlotteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | WITN

    Duke Energy has begun what will be the years-long process of digging up coal ash from its unlined dumps and North Carolina and removing it to safer storage. The company said in a news release issued Thursday that the first tractor-trailer loaded with ash departed its retired Riverbend power plant near Charlotte, bound for a fully lined landfill in Homer, Georgia.

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  17. Big players in Carolinas energy industry talking shop at CBJ summitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Business Journal

    ... nergyInc had climbed nearly to the top of Charlotte's Twitter trends. Representatives from such major players as Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK) and Areva, CBJ staff members and others attending the summit...

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  18. Jim Rogers criticizes N.C. legislature for 'moving into the past' on energy policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Business Journal

    Former Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers came down hard today on the N.C. General Assembly for proposals that could gut the state's solar and renewable-energy industry. In his keynote speech at the annual Energy Inc. Conference in Charlotte , Rogers said lawmakers "are moving not into the future, but into the past."

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  19. Coal ash removal starts at Duke Energy's Riverbend plantRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Business Journal

    Duke Energy started moving coal ash Thursday from its shuttered Riverbend Steam Station on Mountain Island Lake, a week after the company began removing ash from its W.S. Lee Steam Station in South Carolina.

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  20. Charlotte has - biggest stake' in trade deal, expert saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | WBTV

    Charlotte is among the U.S. cities that stand to benefit the most from a proposed yet controversial trade agreement between the U.S. and European Union, an expert said Wednesday. Daniel Hamilton, professor at Baltimore's Johns Hopkins University, spoke about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership during an event at the Duke Energy Center in uptown Charlotte.

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