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- Power to more than 1 million customers restored
- Program responds to significant interest from large commercial and industrial customers to meet environmental, sustainability goals
- Crews have repaired more than 1 million power outages since Thursday
- Remaining outages at 175,000 on Saturday afternoon
- 490,000 customers remain without power as of 6:30 p.m. ET.
- Bay, Franklin, Gulf, Jefferson, Wakulla counties among hardest-hit areas
- Some outages could last several days
- About 300 megawatts of battery energy storage slated for the Carolinas
- Some outages could last several days to more than a week
- Power outages likely in South Carolina, North Carolina
- Power outages likely in Florida Panhandle
- Company will install 530 charging stations in the state through 2019; pilot continues through 2022
- Nonprofits to receive funds for long-term relief for farming families
- Results in 2017 included delivering more than $5.9 billion in capital investments and more than 12,460 new jobs
- Company invests more than $504,000 in 55 arts and culture nonprofit agencies to enhance community vitality
- Grants to support 16 initiatives focused on clean water, clean air and conservation
- Focus shifts to repair plans to preserve the water in Sutton Lake
- Company expects to restore 99% of customers by Sunday night
A retired coal energy plant in North Carolina could be spilling coal ash into Cape Fear River.
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