|Day Low/High||85.00 / 85.66|
|52 Wk Low/High||72.34 / 88.40|
- Automated outage reporting system returning to service will provide more information
- Restoring power remains top priority for the company
- More than 1 million customers restored; nearly 375,000 still without power
- Remaining 14,000 outages should be repaired by late Friday.
- 3,700 Duke Energy workers making repairs in multiple counties.
- 800,000 customers restored; 600,000 still without power
- Storm's high winds caused widespread power line damage in North Carolina, South Carolina
- Power outages currently total 1 million; more than 375,000 customers restored already
-- 4,500 workers positioned to quickly deploy to hardest-hit areas.
- Power outages currently total 1.2 million; 100,000 customers restored in early stages
- Storm preparations underway as Piedmont advises customers on how to manage storm-related damage to natural gas equipment and appliances
- Power outages could exceed 1 million and last a week or longer
- Nearly 8,000 workers mobilized to respond
-- Personnel will tackle storm impacts in local communities before assisting recovery efforts elsewhere
- Company urges customers to remember safety first and to stay away from downed power lines
- Large storm expected to have impacts across both states
- Primarily driven by increase in system investments to improve reliability, new solar facilities, smart meters and coal ash management at East Bend Station
-- Opening reflects growing demand from fleets switching to clean, affordable natural gas
- Collaborative settlement includes investments in grid modernization, smart meters, solar, electric vehicle charging stations, battery storage and new programs to enhance customer choices
Dozens of directors make their journey to the boardroom via community college.
-- Nearly half of the rate request reflects investments in cleaner generation, including hydro, solar and natural gas
- Goal is to help address sharp decline in pollinator habitats in Virginia and North Carolina
- Pick Your Due Date, Usage Alerts first of several new options available to customers with smart meters
- Bogus offer promises government help paying natural gas bills
- The 24.9-megawatt solar site on Long Island is under construction
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