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Articles About and By Duke Energy Leaders

Articles About and By Duke Energy Leaders

Duke Energy Carolinas' commitment, challenges in North Carolina
Paul Newton, President, Duke Energy - North Carolina
Presentation to the Joint Energy Policy Committee,
North Carolina General Assembly
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Lynn Good on Effective Leaders (pdf, 87 KB)
Lynn Good, Duke Energy President and Chief Executive Officer
Interview in The New York Times Corner Office column

Leading in a Complex New Era (pdf, 1,800 KB)
Lynn Good, Duke Energy President and Chief Executive Officer
Cover story in Energy Perspectives Magazine
Full text version
November-December 2013 edition

Duke Energy meeting electricity needs more cleanly, efficiently (pdf, 188 KB)
Op-ed by Paul Newton, Duke Energy State President – North Carolina
Published in the Raleigh News & Observer
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Mountain Island Lake remains safe; ash basin closure will further protect it (pdf, 56 KB)
Op-ed by Jason Allen, Duke Energy's senior vice president — Environmental, Health & Safety
Published in the Charlotte Observer

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

Developing the Communications Platform to Enable a More Intelligent Electric Grid
(pdf, 252 KB)
David Masters, Duke Energy manager of technology 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.

2010 Innovators in Wind Power
Wouter van Kempen
President, Duke Energy Generation Services (DEGS)
Windpower Engineering Magazine

Corner Office: The CEO as General (and Scout)
Chairman, President and CEO Jim Rogers
Published in The New York Times

How Duke Energy’s CEO Got Started
After stints in journalism and law, Jim Rogers
found the role of CEO suited him.
Published in Fortune Magazine

The Global Elite: 50: Jim Rogers
The CEO of Duke Energy could make dreams of renewable power a reality
Published in Newsweek
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Despite Hard Times, Energy Efficiency, Carbon Reduction Must Move Forward
Op-Ed by Jim Rogers, Duke Energy CEO,
and David Mohler, Chief Technology Officer
Published in Energy Daily

A Green Coal Baron?
Why Jim Rogers says going green can save the energy business.
New York Times Magazine
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GHG Compliance Complexities
Public Utilities Fortnightly
February 2008
By John A. Bewick
National greenhouse-gas regulation is expected to cause considerable compliance difficulties. This article provides insight into the complexities of this very important issue.
Posted with permission.


The following articles recently appeared in Energy Daily and represent the views of Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers and FPL Group CEO Lew Hay regarding proposed cap-and-trade legislation.

Commentary: Climate Change Legislation Should Not Be Punitive (pdf, 82 KB)
By Jim Rogers, chairman, president and CEO of Duke Energy
Energy Daily

Commentary: Don’t Let Cap-and-Trade become Cap-and-Evade (pdf, 84 KB)
Energy Daily
By Lew Hay, chairman and CEO of FPL Group

Letter to the Editor: Rogers Responds to Hay’s Commentary (pdf, 88 KB)
Energy Daily
By Jim Rogers, president and CEO of Duke Energy

All articles reprinted with permission.

Power Play for Coal (pdf, 650KB)
National Journal
By Margaret Kriz
Rogers of Duke Energy said that utility-industry officials are ready to take up the challenge (of climate change). “We’ve been through the Hollywood, romanticized phase of recognizing that we have a huge problem” in global warming, he said. “We’re now in the phase of coming up with solutions. The scientists have done their work, and now it’s our turn.”
Reprinted with permission.

Business Person of 2007: Jim Rogers (pdf, 974 KB)
Charlotte Business Journal
By John Downey
Reprinted with permission.

Meet the Maverick (pdf, 318 KB)
Power & Energy Magazine
December 2007
By Ben Thompson
As a coal-utility executive who is also a champion of carbon control legislation, Duke Energy Chairman Jim Rogers is something of a paradox.
Reprinted with permission.

Duke Energy’s Rogers Named Top Utilities CEO (pdf, 269KB)
Corporate Leader Magazine
November 2007 – Premiere Issue

10 Energy Executives to Watch (pdf, 74 KB)
By Brian Wingfield
Reprinted with permission

‘Cathedral Thinking:’ Energy’s Future (pdf, 50 KB)
August 20-27, 2007
By Fareed Zakaria
Excerpts from conversation with James E. Rogers about the future of energy.
Reprinted with permission.

How Green is Duke Energy? For Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers, Balance is the Key
The Charlotte Observer
By Christopher D. Kirkpatrick

Step By Step; A Coal Executive With a Cleanup Mission
New York Times Profile
By Steve Lohr
From The New York Times on the Web (c) The New York Times Company. Reprinted with Permission.