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Duke exec: renewable energy regulations needed

GSA BusinessOctober 18, 2013 By Scott Miller smiller@scbiznews.com Regulators and utilities should move cautiously toward a plan that incorporates renewable energies, particularly solar power, into the mix of electricity delivered to consumers without raising costs, an executive with Duke Energy said Thursday. “Getting the rules right, now, allows the economic…

Another regulatory victory for the SC Small Business Chamber

The South Carolina Public Service Commission has approved the settlement reached between the South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Duke Energy, SC Office of Regulatory Staff and other intervenors in Duke’s recent rate hike request. This is another big victory for the work of the SC Small Business Chamber.…

Duke Energy Carolinas reaches agreement on request to increase rates in South Carolina

July 23, 2013 GREENVILLE, S.C., July 23, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Duke Energy Carolinas, a subsidiary of Duke Energy DUK -1.53% , has reached an agreement with the Office of Regulatory Staff (ORS), Wal-Mart, the S.C. Energy Users Committee and the S.C. Small Business Chamber of Commerce concerning the…

Business, environmental groups meet in Charleston, call for action on rising sea levels

July 16, 2013 By David Slade | Charleston Post and Courier With dire warnings about the impacts on the Charleston-area coast as sea levels continue to rise, environmental and business groups renewed their call for action to address climate change Tuesday at White Point Garden. “We have withstood hurricanes and…

Public Hearing on Duke Energy’s Proposed Rate Hike Tonight

Public hearings on Duke Energy’s proposed average 15.1% electric rate hike start tonight in Spartanburg. That hearing will start at 6 PM at the Tracy Gaines Building (auditorium) located at 800 Brisack Road, Spartanburg. Attend the hearing and let the SC Public Service Commission know how you feel about the…