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Duke Energy Florida files higher 2018 rates

Duke Energy LogoST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Duke Energy Florida (DEF) on Thursday filed its annual request to set electric rates for 2018 with the Florida Public Service Commission (FPSC).

Sabal Trail gas flowing from Alabama to Florida

Sabal Trail Project

LAKE MARY, Fla. –- Sabal Trail Transmission, LLC (Sabal Trail), a joint venture of Spectra Energy Partners, LP (NYSE: SEP), NextEra Energy, Inc., and Duke Energy, announced today that on July 3, 2017, it placed into commercial service its pipeline system and facilities from Alexander City, Alabama, to the Central Florida Hub in Kissimmee, Fla.

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CHS teacher attends Duke Energy-sponsored science event in Colorado

Amanda McKenna (right), a science teacher at Citrus High School in Inverness, examines insects from a water-quality testing activity at Keystone Science School’s Key Issues Institute on June 23. Duke Energy sponsored 14 Florida teachers to attend the STEM education-focused training, along with 19 other teachers from across the country. Duke Energy has sponsored 116 teachers from its seven-state service territory to attend KSS over the past 20 years who have implemented innovative STEM concepts in their loca
Citrus High School teacher Amanda McKenna this year was invited to a special training session in Colorado, thanks to a grant from Duke Energy.
 
McKenna joined 13 other Duke Energy-sponsored teachers for five days of training in Keystone, Colo.
 
Since 1976, Keystone Science School, or KSS, has taught scientific principles and leadership skills to young people, teachers, and community members through engaging hands-on field experiences.
 
Because today's youths are our future leaders, KSS developed interactive science education p

Duke Energy, Feds resolve Auburndale power plant lawsuit

Osprey Energy Center, Auburndale, Fla. PHOTO: Duke Energy.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Duke Energy and the U.S.

PSC approves electric utility storm hardening plans

Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) today approved storm hardening plans, which are updated every three years, for Florida’s electric investor-owned utilities (IOUs) to help strengthen the electric grid and prevent widespread storm outages throughout the state. 
 
“Storm hardening activities reinforce the critical utility infrastructure before storms even occur, which reduces restoration costs and customer
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