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The board also has unanimously elected
Lynn Good – who will replace
Jim Rogers as president and CEO on
July 1, 2013 – as vice chair, effective
Gray has been lead director since 2004 and a board member at Duke Energy or its predecessor companies since 1994. She is also a board member at The Phoenix Companies, Inc., and has served on the boards of several other New York Stock Exchange companies.
Gray was president of Diversified Publishing Group of ABC, Inc., a television, radio and publishing company, and prior to that held several senior financial positions at ABC.
Rogers will remain chair through the end of 2013, when he retires from the company.
Until then, Gray will serve as lead director and chair-elect, assisting Good and the board to ensure a smooth management transition.
"I'm honored that my fellow board members have asked me to serve as chair," Gray said. "And I'm proud to be associated with a company that provides a critical service to more than 7 million customers. I look forward to working closely with
Lynn Good and the entire board to position the company for future growth."
http://bit.ly/14uCImiAbout Duke EnergyDuke Energy is the largest electric power holding company in
the United States with more than
$110 billion in total assets. Its regulated utility operations serve approximately 7.2 million electric customers located in six states in the Southeast and Midwest. Its commercial power and international business segments own and operate diverse power generation assets in
North America and
Latin America, including a growing portfolio of renewable energy assets in
the United States.
Charlotte, N.C., Duke Energy is a Fortune 250 company traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol DUK. More information about the company is available at:
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