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Now, more than ever, we have a responsibility to produce and deliver energy to our customers that’s reliable, affordable and increasingly clean. That’s where sustainability comes in. It’s more than a word at Duke Energy – it’s the key to our success in the 21st century.

The decisions we make today that affect our “triple bottom line” – people, the planet and profits – will determine our long-term prospects as a company. We see promising signs in our performance, but a lot of work remains.

  • For a closer look at our progress on the road to becoming a more sustainable company, please review our comprehensive annual Sustainability Report.
  • As part of its efforts to promote sustainability, Duke Energy has made a commitment to innovation and leadership. What's that mean? Find out in this video featuring Lynn Good, Duke Energy's vice chairman, president and chief executive officer.
  • If you want a snapshot of our efforts, please see our Sustainability Plan and Goals.
  • We use the Sustainability Reporting Guidelines established by the Global Reporting Initiative to help us measure our economic, environmental, and social performance.
  • Duke Energy was included on the 2014 Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index for the ninth consecutive year. This is a tangible recognition of Duke Energy's continued sustainability commitment and leadership.

We invite you to learn more about our sustainability journey by accessing the links and information available from this page..

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Window of opportunity opens this fall for dock modifications to reach deeper water
Eligible property owners on Lake Keowee and Lake Jocassee will have a one-year timeframe to apply for dock modifications to reach deeper water beginning September 1, 2015 through August 31, 2016.
More than 100 Duke Energy volunteers to remove algae from Kings Bay in Citrus County, Fla.
Thick, greenish-black slime an algae called Lyngbya continues to smother native vegetation in Kings Bay, blanketing the springs sandy bottom and impacting the ecosystem and aquatic wildlife.
Solar agreement marks key milestone for South Carolina customers
Solar energy use among South Carolina customers will increase significantly as a result of an agreement filed with the Public Service Commission of South Carolina on Tuesday.

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