Duke Energy issues request for wind energy in the Carolinas

By Michelle Froese As part of building a smarter energy future and generating cleaner energy for its customers, Duke Energy Carolinas (DEC) issued a request for proposals (RFP) for up to 500 MW of wind capacity that would be delivered to its transmission system.
Duke Energy’s newly issued RFP is open to existing or new wind-generation facilities – from 100 to 500 MW of delivered capacity – that can be transported into DEC’s transmission system by the end of 2022.
Results from the RFP could bring clean wind energy to the Carolinas and help DEC meet North Carolina’s 2007 Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio

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