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2011 Perspectives from Duke Energy leaders

Duke Energy's Rogers Finalizing His Biggest Deal and Looking to the Future (pdf, 40 KB)
Jim Rogers took time from his juggling act to talk about the past year and what he sees coming. He took on all issues, from his role in the Duke Energy-Progress Energy merger to his leadership of the effort to win the Democratic National Convention.
Charlotte Business Journal
12/30/11

Duke Energy’s CEO Jim Rogers is Plugged In
Edited excerpts from a Q&A with Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers on a variety of topics,
including energy policy, the economy, and the Democratic National Convention to be
hosted in the company’s headquarter city of Charlotte, N.C.
The Washington Post with Bloomberg
9/10/11

Charlotte Looks Beyond Financial Sector in Effort to Become ‘Energy Capital’
By the end of this year, a tower built as a home for Wachovia will be the new headquarters
of Duke Energy. That switcheroo in one downtown building highlights a change sweeping
Charlotte in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.
The Washington Post with Bloomberg
9/10/11

Indiana Needs Coal Gasification Plant
Op-ed by Doug Esamann, president, Duke Energy Indiana
Published in The Indianapolis Star
Print-friendly version (pdf, 63 KB)
8/5/11

VIDEO: Repatriation Tax Block
Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers urges Washington to pass the Freedom to Invest Act
to ease the tax burden on corporations so they can bring more than a trillion dollars
from overseas back to the United States to invest in the struggling economy.
CNBC
7/12/11 – 4:41

VIDEO: Creating Jobs in the U.S.
Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers pledges his support for the Clinton Global Initiative
to create jobs in the U.S. “It’s about actually getting something done,” Rogers says of the initiative.
6/29/11 – 2:48

VIDEO: The Future of U.S. Energy
Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers discusses the future of energy in the
United States with a senior fellow for the Council on Foreign Relations.
6/23/11 – 6:18

VIDEO: Duke Energy Electric Vehicle Program Featured on Fox News Rising
Duke Energy officials discuss the past and future of electric vehicles and how
Duke Energy is playing a key role in the technology’s development. 
Fox Charlotte
6/14/11 – 7:58

VIDEO: Write Your Own Book
Speech by Chairman, President and CEO Jim Rogers
North Carolina State University Commencement Exercise
Print-friendly version (pdf, 142 KB)
5/14/11 – Raleigh, N.C.

VIDEO: Rogers Says U.S. Needs Plan to ‘Wean’ Off Foreign Oil
Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers talks about electricity markets and U.S. energy policy.
Bloomberg
5/12/11

VIDEO: The Future of Nuclear Energy
Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers talks about safety and security of
the nuclear industry and why nuclear energy is key to the future.
CNN International
5/5/11 – 4:50

VIDEO: Planning America’s Energy Future
Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers says that a 30-40 year
outlook is essential to controlling energy costs.
CNN
5/1/11 – 4:51

VIDEO: Power Surge
Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers provides his insight on a variety of topics
from the increase in the number of appliances in the home to the importance
of new technology in dealing with climate change.
NOVA on PBS
4/24/11 – 53:07

A New South City Looks to a Future Not Built on Banking           
The Duke Energy Center has 1.3 million square feet over 48 stories and is now
97 percent occupied. The Duke name has transformed it into a symbol not only of
Charlotte’s ability to weather a severe financial downturn, but also of a regional
economy that is moving beyond banking and into other industries.
The New York Times
4/13/11

VIDEO: Duke Energy’s Jim Rogers Discusses the Future of Energy
and Climate Legislation
Duke Energy Chairman, President and CEO Jim Rogers discusses
energy and environmental legislation and other topics during an interview
at the FORTUNE Green Brainstorm conference in Laguna Niguel, Calif.
4/4/11 – 3:55

Talking Energy with America's Greenest Coal Exec
Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers presents his views on
the future of energy and energy legislation.
TIME
4/2/11

No Reason to Slow Down on Nuclear
Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers discusses how Japan's nuclear crisis will affect the
energy industry—and why a lack of new American plants threatens the U.S.'s future.
Bloomberg|Businessweek
3/17/11

Developing the Communications Platform to Enable a More Intelligent Electric Grid (pdf, 252 KB)
David Masters, Duke Energy manager of technology and development, and white paper author,
outlines his vision to provide affordable, reliable and clean energy for homes and businesses
by using a digital communications network to modernize our century-old power delivery system.
2/1/11 

VIDEO: Duke Energy’s David Mohler Discusses the Company’s Latest
Clean Air Collaboration with China

David Mohler, Duke Energy’s senior vice president and chief technology officer,
discusses the company’s latest agreement with China to collaborate on the
development of technologies to help build greener cities in China and the U.S. 
CNN International (U.S.) World Business Today
1/19/11 – 3:43 

Duke Energy’s CEO Jim Rogers is Plugged In
Edited excerpts from a Q&A with Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers on a variety of topics, including energy policy, the economy, and the Democratic National Convention to be hosted by the company’s headquarter city of Charlotte.
The Washington Post with Bloomberg
9/10/11