US solar development company 7X Energy has sold the 100MW Lapetus Solar Energy Project in Andrews County, Texas to Duke Energy Renewables.
Duke Energy Carolinas, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, has issued a US$1 billion in green bond in order to finance clean energy projects, including solar and energy storage plants in North and South Carolina.
Duke Energy has released a proposal for a new program that will grow renewable energy options for both commercial and industrial customers in South Carolina.
Duke Energy Florida has completed an 8.8MW PV project in Suwannee County, Florida — with the project featuring nearly 44,000 solar panels developed over 28 hectares of land.
Duke Energy has acquired full ownership of California-based REC Solar — a provider of renewable energy solutions for commercial customers throughout the US.
Duke Energy has awarded US$400,000 in solar grants for 16 not-for-profit organisations in Indiana that will help finance the installation of PV systems.
RAI Energy International has acquired an ownership interest n a 70MW PV project from Hamilton Energy Resource Opportunities (HERO) — allowing RAI to strengthen its North American PV solar portfolio.
Duke Energy Florida announced Tuesday that it has filed a revised deal with the Florida Public Service Commission (FPSC) that will bring 700MW of installed PV generation capacity online within the state over the next four years.
Duke Energy Renewables announced Monday that it has acquired the 24.9MW Shoreham Solar Commons project on Long Island, New York, from Invenergy.
US energy holding company Duke Energy announced Friday that it plans to build and operate its first three solar power plants in the state of Kentucky.
North Carolina’s Duke Energy has completed a 17MW solar plant at the US Navy’s Support Activity (NSA) Crane facility in Indiana.
The Caprock solar plant, a 25MW solar farm near Tucumcari in Quay County is now online in New Mexico.
Schneider Electric has completed a joint microgrid project with North Carolina’s Duke Energy and REC Solar at its Boston One Campus in Andover, Massachusetts.
Charlotte, North Carolina-headquartered Duke Energy has officially switched on its first Indiana PV offering.
Charlotte, North Carolina-headquartered Duke Energy brought 500MW online in the state during 2016.