Land, Water & Habitat Protection
Duke Energy’s commitment to land, water and habitat preservation and restoration runs deep – from real estate development to power plant sites.
- Island Habitat Program
- Fish-Friendly Piers
- Wildlife and Industry Together
- Peregrine Falcons - Caring for Our Wildlife
- Least Terns Nesting
- Wood Duck Banding
- Eagle Viewing
- Avian Protection
- Aquatic Protection
Duke Energy Progress owns more than 100,000 acres of land throughout North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida. These properties are used for various purposes ranging from plant sites, distribution and transmission substations and operations centers. Portions of Duke Energy Progress land are covered by lakes, transmission lines, distribution lines or forest land.