Building highly efficient natural gas plants is part of Duke Energy's balanced approach to modernizing the fleet, maintaining a diverse fuel portfolio, managing costs and providing reliable and increasingly clean energy to meet customer needs. Investing in natural gas infrastructure will also help Duke Energy close coal plants faster and reach its aggressive goals for cutting carbon emissions by at least 50% by 2030 and net-zero by 2050.
- December 2019 and April 2020: Asheville Combined Cycle Station in North Carolina
- October and November 2018: Citrus Combined Cycle Station in Florida
- April 2018: W.S. Lee Combined Cycle Station in South Carolina