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Duke Energy sues insurers for payments to cover coal ash costs

Charlotte-based Duke Energy, the largest electric utility in the U.S., names 30 insurers in the suit, which seeks insurance payments that Duke claims the companies have failed to provide. Duke, which filed the suit in state court in Mecklenburg County, says the payments will help cover some costs tied to its coal ash cleanup across North and South Carolina

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