By Kelsey Misbrener Duke Energy customers in Northern Kentucky will soon benefit from clean, renewable solar energy as part of the company’s plans to develop its first solar facilities in the commonwealth. Duke Energy will build and operate three solar power plants on sites in Kenton and Grant counties, and the energy will be delivered directly to customers.
“Our customers want solar,” said Jim Henning, president of Duke Energy Ohio & Kentucky. “And solar is something we’ve thoroughly studied and prioritized in our long-term planning.
“Now’s the right time for many reasons. For instance, the cost of building solar projects has come down significantly in
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