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RALEIGH — Tomorrow, Aug. 24, Duke Energy is installing new powerlines across Lake Tillery. The project is a large and dangerous undertaking and public safety is a priority. Wildlife law enforcement officers from the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will be controlling the area by boat patrol. Boaters are advised to expect delays at Highway 27 and Garrison Bridge.

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HAMLET — Duke Energy has awarded the Richmond Community College Foundation a $40,000 grant to continue to support the Electric Utility Substation & Relay Technology program.

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RALEIGH — An energy bill under consideration by state lawmakers prescribes retirement for certain coal-fired plants, increases sourcing from renewables, and significantly alters the oversight authority of the N.C. Utilities Commission.

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Wednesday, 30 June 2021 13:39

Powering the future of North Carolina

RALEIGH — Gov. Roy Cooper earlier this month signed an executive order prioritizing offshore wind energy as part of his administration’s Clean Energy Plan, which is focused on renewables to achieve goals such as reducing emissions by 70% by 2030.

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HAMLET — Matthew Wood of Rockingham is a good example of how a college student can turn an internship into a lifelong career. 

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HAMLET — One week after his 18th birthday, Richmond Senior High School senior Thomas Barbee will begin his summer internship with Duke Energy in his pursuit to become a relay technician.

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RALEIGH — The N.C. Utilities Commission on Friday, April 16, issued an order approving a partial rate increase for Duke Energy Progress and a settlement addressing coal ash cleanup costs.

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ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County is losing out on a huge chunk of tax revenue following a new valuation of a utility company's property by the state .

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ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County has recently seen its share of thunderstorms.

And with those storms have come massive power outages.

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Tuesday, 21 January 2020 12:52

Duke lobbyist says Cooper aide was untruthful

RALEIGH — A Duke Energy lobbyist said Gov. Roy Cooper’s senior policy adviser, Ken Eudy, wasn’t truthful when making statements to a legislative committee investigating the Cooper administration’s role in the Atlantic Coast Pipeline project and an associated $57.8 million discretionary fund. Eudy told Carolina Journal the lobbyist got it wrong.

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