Duke Energy initiates two more pro-solar programs after tariff decision

By Kelly Pickerel Duke Energy has filed two more renewable energy programs with the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) to expand renewable energy options for its 3.2 million customers in the state.
The N.C. Shared Solar and Green Source Advantage programs are part of a larger portfolio of customer offerings the company is proposing as part of the Competitive Energy Solutions for North Carolina law – sometimes referred to as HB 589.
Both programs enable customers to pursue off-site solar energy and will be driven by customer demand. They follow a $62 million solar rebate program announced earlier this week.
“Our customers want more renewable energy

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