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November 1 -- Duke Energy, the nation's largest electric utility, today deployed 1,000 additional workers to help other utilities in eight states restore power to more than 6 million homes and businesses in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. >>View Article 

September 10 -- The U.S. Army has picked 17 companies that will be eligible to receive orders for wind energy under an umbrella contract valued at up to $7 billion, the Pentagon said on Monday.The companies include many large energy producers including Dominion Energy, a unit of Dominion Resources Inc (D.N); the U.S. unit of Spain's Acciona SA (ANA.MC); Duke Energy Corp (DUK.N); the U.S. unit of France's EDF Energies Nouvelles; and the U.S. unit of Spain's Iberdrola SA (IBE.MC). >>View Article

March 15 -- The U.S. Department of Interior has approved Duke Energy Renewables' application to build a 200-megawatt wind farm on federal land in Clark County, Nevada. >>View Article

Duke Energy American Transmission Co. has been considering five or six options for the 900-mile line capable of transporting 3,000 megawatts of wind power from Wyominig to Nevada for about a year. The company plans to release a decision on the route next month. >>View Article

January 25 -- Duke Energy has fired up the new 36 megawatt energy storage and management facility, which is linked to the Notrees Windpower wind farm in the western part of the state. >>View Article

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