Duke Energy is working to move toward a clean energy future.
Across our six-state service territory, our customers use energy from around 4,000 megawatts of solar capacity. That includes large, utility-scale facilities and smaller, rooftop arrays.
Investing in zero-carbon wind power is one way we’re trying to reduce our environmental footprint while meeting the demand for reliable, affordable and increasingly clean electricity.
We began our operations in the Carolinas as a hydroelectric company. Today, we're still on the forefront of this important renewable energy source.
Biopower can deliver electricity on demand and provide baseload-like capacity, much like fossil-fueled plants, and many consider it to be carbon-neutral.
Harnessing methane from landfill gas not only provides power; it reduces harmful effects to the atmosphere and climate.
Duke Energy to pilot EV charging subscription service in North Carolina
Duke Energy Floridaâs new renewable energy certificates program offers customers, businesses more options to reach their sustainability goals
Duke Energy files updated Carbon Plan to serve the growing energy needs of a thriving North Carolina