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Last $79.41 USD
Change Today +0.55 / 0.70%
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duke energy corp (DUK) Details

Duke Energy Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, operates as an energy company in the United States and Latin America. It operates through three segments: Regulated Utilities, International Energy, and Commercial Power. The Regulated Utilities segment generates, transmits, distributes, and sells electricity in the Carolinas, Florida, Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana; and transports and sells natural gas in southwestern Ohio and northern Kentucky. This segment owns approximately 50,000 megawatts of generation capacity; and uses coal, hydroelectric, natural gas, oil, and nuclear fuel to generate electricity. It serves approximately 7.3 million retail electric customers in 6 states in the Southeast and Midwest regions of the United States with a service area covering approximately 95,000 square miles; and approximately 500,000 retail natural gas customers in southwestern Ohio and northern Kentucky. This segment is also involved in the wholesale of electricity to incorporated municipalities, electric cooperative utilities, and other load-serving entities. The International Energy segment operates and manages power generation facilities; and markets and sells electric power, natural gas, and natural gas liquids. This segment serves retail distributors, electric utilities, independent power producers, marketers, and industrial and commercial companies. The Commercial Power segment builds, develops, and operates wind and solar renewable generation and energy transmission projects, as well as high voltage power projects. Duke Energy Corporation is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.

28,344 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/2/15

duke energy corp (DUK) Top Compensated Officers

Vice Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.2M
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: $535.4K
Executive Vice President of Market Solutions ...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.6M
Executive Vice President and President of Reg...
Total Annual Compensation: $650.0K
Executive Vice President and President of Com...
Total Annual Compensation: $600.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

duke energy corp (DUK) Key Developments

Duke Energy Corp. Looks to Avoid Debarment of Facilities Tied to Coal Ash Case

Duke Energy Corp. will use the time before its May 14, 2015 hearing on federal coal ash charges to work out an agreement with the U.S. EPA to avoid debarment of the facilities involved in the case. A federal judge on April 14, 2015 postponed the plea and sentencing for three Duke Energy subsidiaries that must answer federal charges of criminal negligence related to coal ash management in North Carolina. The company's motion to delay the hearing from April 16, 2015 was filed under seal with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, but the details behind the motion were revealed April 14, 2015 in open court. The hearing will now be held at 10 a.m. ET on May 14, 2015 in Greenville, N.C. Debarment would mean that the Duke Energy facilities involved in the federal coal ash case are prohibited from engaging in future business with a government entity. Duke Energy subsidiaries Duke Energy Business Services, Duke Energy Carolinas LLC and Duke Energy Progress Inc. are alleged to have negligently discharged coal ash and coal ash wastewater from the impoundments at the Dan River, Asheville, H.F. Lee Energy and Riverbend coal-fired power plants in violation of National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits. The federal government also alleged the failure to maintain equipment at the Dan River and Cape Fear plants. Duke Energy announced February 20, 2015 that it reached a proposed settlement with the U.S. government that would close the federal investigation of its subsidiaries prompted by the February 2014 Dan River coal ash spill. The agreement, subject to federal court approval, would require Duke Energy Carolinas and Duke Energy Progress to pay $68.2 million in fines and restitution and $34 million for community service and mitigation.

Duke Energy Receives Regulatory Approval from the North Carolina Utilities Commission to Construct Solar Farm at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in Onslow County

Duke Energy received regulatory approval from the North Carolina Utilities Commission to construct a solar farm at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in Onslow County, N.C. The 13-megawatt project - 17 megawatts is Duke Energy's first solar facility at a military base. Covering 80 acres, the facility will be owned and operated by Duke Energy Progress and is expected to be online in 2015. The project will enable the Department of the Navy and U.S. Marine Corps to meet critical renewable energy and energy security goals, while helping Duke Energy further its commitment to renewable energy in the state. Crowder Construction Services will serve as the engineering, procurement and construction contractor. The project will use approximately 55,000 monocrystalline solar panels supplied by SolarWorld Americas. GE's Power Conversion business will supply its Brilliance inverters to be built out of its Pittsburgh facility.

Judge Orders Open Hearing on Duke Energy's Sealed Motion to Delay Coal-Ash Sentencing

A federal judge has set an open hearing in Raleigh on Duke Energy's sealed motion to delay its sentencing hearing in the criminal case involving last year's coal-ash spill on the Dan River. U.S. District Court Judge Malcolm Howell had initially set a closed hearing on the motion. But he issued a new notice that says, at the joint request of the parties, the hearing on pending motion(s) shall be in OPEN COURT. The company filed a motion asking for a continuance of the case, in which Duke has agreed to plead to nine misdemeanor counts of violating the federal Clean Water Act. Duke has also agreed to pay $102 million in fines and restitution. Duke asked that the motion for the continuance be sealed. Howell sealed Duke's motion and the U.S. attorney's response.


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