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Removing coal ash from all 14 Duke Energy sites could cost $10 billion

Excavating coal ash from all 14 Duke Energy sites in North Carolina could cost $10 billion. Critics want the Charlotte electric utility to pay the bill for moving 102 million tons of ash into lined landfills.

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