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How these three costly storms that recently hit the Carolinas could impact Duke Energy customers

bizjournals Monday, 24 December 2018
It cost Duke Energy Corp.’s two Carolinas utilities more than $760 million to restore power and repair storm damage from 2018’s triple whammy of Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Michael and Winter Storm Diego. Duke Energy Progress and Duke Energy Carolinas each say they will be seeking rate hikes in 2019 and warn the N.C. Utilities Commission in filings Friday that the storm costs will be a major factor. Hurricanes Florence and Michael and Winter Storm Diego will have a corresponding rate impact…
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It felt more like Winter today for the first official day of it. High temperatures were in the upper 20s with cloudy skies and a few flurries around the area. Tonight expect mostly cloudy skies with temperatures falling off into the lower 20s with calm winds and a few flurries possible. Sunday, highs...

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