Duke Energy Carolinas proposes $100 million worth of distributed solar panels
Posted on 9 Jun 2008 by Justin Ruckman
“Duke Energy Carolinas is proposing a $100 million plan to install electricity generating solar panels at up to 850 North Carolina sites, including homes, schools, stores and factories.
‘We believe an initiative of this scope and scale will help us meet the requirement of North Carolina’s new Renewable and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard,’ Keith Trent, group executive and chief regulatory officer, said in a press release. ‘This program also will enable us to evaluate the role of distributed generation on our system and gain experience in owning and operating renewable energy resources.’”
Read more at the Salisbury Post.