Duke Energy CEO Lynn Good at an energy summit at the Charlotte Convention Center last year. North Carolina lawmakers are considering bills that could thwart or accelerate solar development in the fourth-biggest U.S. market. Its largest utility owner, Charlotte-based Duke Energy, isn’t taking sides.
Duke Energy CEO Lynn Good at an energy summit at the Charlotte Convention Center last year. North Carolina lawmakers are considering bills that could thwart or accelerate solar development in the fourth-biggest U.S. market. Its largest utility owner, Charlotte-based Duke Energy, isn’t taking sides. JEFF WILLHELM jwillhelm@charlotteobserver.com
Duke Energy CEO Lynn Good at an energy summit at the Charlotte Convention Center last year. North Carolina lawmakers are considering bills that could thwart or accelerate solar development in the fourth-biggest U.S. market. Its largest utility owner, Charlotte-based Duke Energy, isn’t taking sides. JEFF WILLHELM jwillhelm@charlotteobserver.com

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