Learn how emissions are classified and how we measure efforts to reduce them. Plus, discover tools to help you understand your personal environmental footprint and what you can do to help reduce it.
Learn more about renewable energy certificates, what they are and what they mean to you and your renewable goals.
As we journey down the road to net-zero emissions, Duke Energy is demonstrating our commitment to renewable energy in many ways and many places. Today, we operate more than 11,900 MW of renewable generation capacity that is planned to reach 30,000 MW by 2035. By our net-zero target of 2050, we estimate that renewables will be our largest generation source.
Over the next decade, Duke Energy will make targeted investments in solar power plants, battery storage technology, community solar programs, wind energy and a modernized power grid to integrate renewables – all to help meet customers’ needs for cleaner, diverse, reliable energy solutions.