NC WARN Makes Appeals Court Bid to End Duke Monopoly

Environmental advocacy group NC WARN is asking the North Carolina Court of Appeals to revoke Duke Energy’s long-standing monopoly on electricity sales in the Tar Heel State by letting the organization to resume selling solar-generated power directly to Faith Community Church in Greensboro, according to … Read more…

$98M Bond Required from Duke Plant Protesters to Protect Ratepayers

The North Carolina Utilities Commission has informed (Docket No. E-2, Sub 1089) two nonprofits – NC WARN and The Climate Times – that they must put up a $98 million bond for the right to appeal a power plant construction permit issued to Duke Energy … Read more…

Duke Retains North Carolina Monopoly As NCUC Prohibits Third-Party Sales

The North Carolina Utility Commission (NCUC) issued a declaratory order (Docket No. SP-100, SUB 31) on April 15 – ruling that third parties, such as NC WARN, are prohibited from installing a solar system and selling the power produced to a non-profit entity. The finding represents … Read more…

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