Duke Energy is among the nation’s largest utility companies that have not signed the American Business Act on Climate pledge. As the nation’s largest electric power holding company with 7.3 million U.S. customers, Duke Energy says it has set voluntary carbon reduction goals and reduced carbon emissions by 22 percent since 2005. Above is the company’s Riverbend Steam Plant on Mountain Island Lake, N.C.
Duke Energy is among the nation’s largest utility companies that have not signed the American Business Act on Climate pledge. As the nation’s largest electric power holding company with 7.3 million U.S. customers, Duke Energy says it has set voluntary carbon reduction goals and reduced carbon emissions by 22 percent since 2005. Above is the company’s Riverbend Steam Plant on Mountain Island Lake, N.C. Gary O’Brien MCT
Duke Energy is among the nation’s largest utility companies that have not signed the American Business Act on Climate pledge. As the nation’s largest electric power holding company with 7.3 million U.S. customers, Duke Energy says it has set voluntary carbon reduction goals and reduced carbon emissions by 22 percent since 2005. Above is the company’s Riverbend Steam Plant on Mountain Island Lake, N.C. Gary O’Brien MCT

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