For 100 years, our company has helped power Indiana's economy and community life with reliable power and some of the lowest electric rates in the nation. A century ago, electricity was still moving into Indiana homes and changing life forever. We were there at the beginning and discovered that providing energy also meant being a leader in the community and helping it grow. It's a privilege to not just be a business, but also the human energy in a community's drive to attract new industry, create a local park, or open a new museum.
The story of our company is probably best told, though, through our 2,500 Indiana employees – our greatest asset. Throughout the year, on this page and in ads appearing around the state, we'll feature a different employee's story each month. They will show you that we are everyday people who are inspired to make a difference.
Not just a company, we're your neighbor.
Eagle Viewing Day is an 18-year-old tradition at Duke Energy's Cayuga Power Plant in Vermillion County, Indiana. Tom Knapke, the plant's environmental coordinator, discusses how the habitat around the plant has become a winter home to our country's national bird.
- Eagle Viewing
- Least Terns Nesting
- Duke Energy Indiana Environmental Compliance Plan
- By the Numbers: Environmental Compliance at Duke Energy Indiana