Today, the North Carolina Utilities Commission rejected Duke Energy's multibillion-dollar grid investments proposal, which would have had raised customer rates and slowed the state's clean energy progress. We're hopeful today's decision sends a message to both other state commissions and to Duke as it carries forward similar Power/Forward proposals South Carolina and other territories. Following ...
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