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Exclusive: Duke Energy boosts capital spending to fight climate change
by Ross Kerber
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9 October 2020
On 9 October 2020 Reuters reported:
Top U.S. utility Duke Energy Corp plans billions of dollars of new spending this decade as it ramps up efforts to slash greenhouse gas emissions, executives told Reuters. ... Other power utilities have embraced similar strategies as the cost of renewable generation falls. But the outlook from Charlotte, North Carolina-based Duke, the largest regulated U.S. utility, also stands out because it has given public officials and other stakeholders a large say on how quickly to move away from fossil fuels.
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