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- About 500 megawatts of owned and purchased solar capacity brought online in 2016
- State issues preliminary approval of plans to offer eligible neighbors new, permanent water supplies
- Suwannee Solar Facility is the third in the company's long-range plan to install universal solar as part of its diverse energy mix in Florida
- Company has donated more than $58 million to the state's charitable organizations since 2000
- Company completes strategic generation and infrastructure portfolio transition
- Program has helped more than 1,800 residential customers and 125 business customers with upfront costs of installation
- Charging station will help city transition from diesel to electric buses
- Thirteen organizations will benefit from more than $350,000 in 2016 environmental grants
- Company's exit from Latin America nearly complete
-- Home heating bills expected to increase $20-$40 per month due to colder weather and higher natural gas prices
- Contributions are part of new 30-year license for the Keowee-Toxaway Hydroelectric project
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- Duke Energy shares easy ways to save energy while on vacation
- 83 cities, counties and organizations to benefit from $1 million program
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- Newly announced: 12 nonprofit organizations to share over $770,000
- Company plans to install reprocessing unit to make ash suitable for concrete products
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-- 16 North Carolina organizations will benefit from more than $1.5 million in 2016 environmental grants
- It's the company's first solar project in Colorado
-- Company submits plans to the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) to offer eligible neighbors new, permanent water supplies