Supplier Code of Conduct and Reporting Concerns
Interested in doing business with Duke Energy? Please read our Supplier Code of Conduct. If you have further questions or concerns, please use the link above to let us know.
Supplier Invoice Processing Guidelines
Provides information regarding how to correctly submit invoices to ensure “on-time” payments and process and reasons for returned invoices.
Selected suppliers who continue to do business with Duke Energy via our legacy Duke Energy Progress applications can access our Supplier Net Web portal for certain Supply Chain transactions.
Provides information on shipments where Duke Energy is responsible for freight.
Potential suppliers are encouraged to complete the supplier registration form to be considered for work with Duke Energy.
RFx - PowerAdvocate Collaborative Sourcing
By using the PowerAdvocate Collaborative Sourcing tool, Duke Energy expects to improve the speed and efficiency by which it sources material, equipment and services.
Renewable Energy Requests for Proposals
As part of Duke Energy’s commitment to the environment, renewable energy options are a vital resource in our energy portfolio. Check out the status of Renewable Energy RFPs in your state of interest.
Electronic Transactions with Duke Energy Suppliers
Duke Energy uses various means to send and receive electronic transactions to and from suppliers.
Through Supplier Diversity, we build relationships with businesses owned by minorities, women, veterans, and HubZone suppliers capable of providing commodities and services at competitive prices.
General Contractor Training
Provides necessary information and required training for prospective contractors.
Information Transfer to Contractors
In accordance with OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910.269, Duke Energy provides the following information to our contractors. Duke Energy contractors affected by this regulation are required to relay this information to their subcontractor.
Contractor Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) Orientation and Training
Provides necessary information and required training for prospective EHS contractors.
Nuclear Safe Work Practices
Provides necessary information for prospective contractors.
2016 Duke Energy Health and Safety Handbook
Provides necessary information for prospective contractors. (pdf, 1454.00 KB)
Reporting Nuclear Safety & Safety Conscious Work Environment Concerns
The Employee Concerns Program (ECP) is an independent and confidential way to raise nuclear-related concerns without fear of reprisal.
Brand Protection Policy
We expect suppliers who interact with our customers to conduct themselves at all times in ways that reinforce and strengthen the Duke Energy brand. Use of Duke Energy’s brand is not permitted without express written permission which is rarely granted. (pdf, 88.64 KB)
Duke Energy Florida RFP for Crystal River Nuclear Plant - New Nuclear Fuel Assemblies
Duke Energy Florida is seeking proposals from potential suppliers of electric generating capacity and associated energy as described herein.