Duke Energy

Duke Energy makes life better for millions of people every day by providing electric and gas services in a sustainable way – affordable, reliable and clean.

We are the largest electric power holding company in the United States, supplying and delivering energy to approximately 7 million U.S. customers. We have approximately 58,200 megawatts of electric generating capacity in the Carolinas, the Midwest and Florida – and natural gas distribution services in Ohio and Kentucky. Our commercial and international businesses own and operate diverse power generation assets in North America and Latin America, including a portfolio of renewable energy assets.

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Featured Articles & Products

  • Notrees wind and storage plant in Texas

    Younicos upgrades battery storage at Duke Energy’s Notrees wind farm in Texas

    Younicos has completed the installation and commissioning of an upgraded 36-MW, battery-based energy storage system at the site of Duke Energy’s 153-MW Notrees Windpower Project in West Texas. The company replaced previously deployed lead-acid technology with advanced Samsung SDI lithium-ion batteries. The Notrees system has been in operation since 2012, actively participating in Texas grid [Read More]

  • South Carolina grid

    Duke Energy plans $3 billion improvements to strengthen South Carolina’s energy grid

    Duke Energy is investing $3 billion over roughly the next 10 years in South Carolina to strengthen the energy grid and provide a major boost to the state’s economy for years to come. The program – Power/Forward Carolinas – will consist of upgrades that will harden the system against storms and outages, further protect it against cyberattacks and physical [Read More]

  • Wind Los Vientos Employee

    Duke Energy issues request for wind energy in the Carolinas

    As part of building a smarter energy future and generating cleaner energy for its customers, Duke Energy Carolinas (DEC) issued a request for proposals (RFP) for up to 500 MW of wind capacity that would be delivered to its transmission system. Results from the RFP could bring clean wind energy to the Carolinas and help [Read More]