N C Officials Order Duke Energy to Excavate Coal Ash Ponds

N C Officials Order Duke Energy to Excavate Coal Ash Ponds

Duke Energy, NC officials announce coal-ash expense deal

Jan 25, 2021 · RALEIGH, N.C. -- Duke Energy, North Carolina officials and a conservation group announced Monday an agreement on how the utility pays to get rid of coal ash stored in the state.

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State orders Duke Energy to dig up all remaining coal ash

Jan 25, 2021 · Duke Energy, North Carolina officials and a conservation group announced Monday an agreement on how the utility pays to get rid of coal ash stored in the state. The proposed settlement would shift

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State orders Duke Energy to dig up all remaining coal ash

Apr 01, 2019 · Raleigh, N.C. — The state Department of Environmental Quality on Monday ordered Duke Energy to excavate all remaining coal ash ponds in North Carolina and move the toxic ash to lined landfills

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Critics challenge Duke Energy claims that coal ash risk is

Apr 27, 2016 · State law already requires Duke to excavate ash at four of its 14 coal-fired plants, and the company has agreed to dig it up at three more. DEQ proposed in December that risks at four plants be

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Duke Energy's coal-ash settlement was months in the making

Jan 02, 2020 · Jan 2, 2020. Duke Energy Corp.'s negotiations to settle its appeal of a state order to excavate all of its coal-ash sites in North Carolina had gone on …

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Duke Energy agrees to close all remaining coal ash ponds

Jan 02, 2020 · No. Raleigh, N.C. — Environmental groups, state regulators and Duke Energy have reached an agreement to permanently close Duke's nine remaining coal ash basins in North Carolina. The deal ends

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Duke Energy Appeals N.C. Order to Excavate Nine Coal Ash

Apr 10, 2019 · Duke Energy Progress said April 11 it will appeal the North Carolina Dept. of Environmental Quality's order issued earlier this month to excavate nine remaining large coal ash pits at six power

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Duke Energy agrees to close all remaining coal ash ponds

Apr 02, 2019 · The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) on Monday ordered Duke Energy to completely excavate all its coal ash ponds in the state. While eight of the utility's 14 plant sites in

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N.C. Officials Order Duke Energy to Excavate Coal Ash Ponds

Coal Ash Basin Closure Progress- Duke Energy

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NC classifies majority of Duke coal ash ponds as high- or

Dec 31, 2015 · Twenty out of Duke Energy's 32 coal ash storage ponds in North Carolina are high- or intermediate-risk, according to a draft report released Thursday by the N.C. Department of Environmental

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Duke Energy, NC Officials Announce Coal-Ash Expense Deal

Apr 01, 2019 · RALEIGH, N.C. (CN) – North Carolina officials on Monday ordered Charlotte-based Duke Energy to excavate and relocate coal ash from storage ponds at six power plants. Crews with Duke Energy continue to remove coal ash from the old coal ponds at the Sutton Plant, in Wilmington, N.C. (Ken Blevins /The Star-News via AP, File)

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Duke Energy to excavate more coal ponds in North Carolina

Duke Energy announced plans Tuesday to fully excavate 12 more coal ash basins in North Carolina, including all ponds at the H.F. Lee plant in Goldsboro and its Cape Fear plant.

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Duke Energy appeals coal ash cleanup order for NC sites

Apr 26, 2019 · Charlotte, NC. Duke Energy is appealing the order requiring the Charlotte-based company to excavate coal ash from nine basins, including its Allen Steam Station on Lake Wylie.

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NC DEQ announces that Duke Energy must excavate all

Apr 03, 2019 · On April 1st, the NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) announced that Duke Energy must excavate all remaining coal ash impoundments in the state. This decision is a huge victory for the residents of North Carolina and those who live downstream of coal ash ponds and comes after many years of advocating for cleanups.

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Duke Energy says it will fully excavate coal ash from

Apr 01, 2019 · Raleigh. Apr 1, 2019. Today, N.C. Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) ordered Duke Energy Progress, LLC to excavate all remaining coal ash impoundments in North Carolina. After conducting a rigorous scientific review of Duke Energy's proposals for Allen, Belews, Cliffside/Rogers, Marshall, Mayo and Roxboro facilities, and conducting public listening …

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Duke Energy, NC officials announce coal ash expense deal

Jan 25, 2021 · RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Duke Energy, North Carolina officials and a conservation group announced Monday an agreement on how the utility pays to get rid of coal ash stored in the state. The proposed settlement would shift an estimated $1.1 billion in expenses away from customers over the next decade to the nation's largest electric utility and

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Duke Energy to close 12 NC coal ash ponds | Charlotte Observer

Jun 23, 2015 · Duke Energy's plan to dig up 12 more coal ash ponds, announced Tuesday, means the company now aims to excavate 24 of its 36 ponds in the Carolinas. An environmental advocate who slammed Duke's

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NC DEQ announces that Duke Energy must excavate all

Apr 03, 2019 · On April 1st, the NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) announced that Duke Energy must excavate all remaining coal ash impoundments in the state. This decision is a huge victory for the residents of North Carolina …

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Coal Ash Basin Closure Progress- Duke Energy

As announced in January 2020, Duke Energy, state regulators and community groups agreed to a plan to permanently close the company's remaining nine coal ash basins in North Carolina. Tables outlining North Carolina closure plans and progress as of the settlement date are below.

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Duke Energy plans to excavate coal ash from 12 more

Jun 23, 2015 · Environmentalists and neighbors generally reacted favorably to Duke Energy's announcement Tuesday that it plans to excavate another 12 coal ash ponds in different parts of North Carolina and

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