Duke Energy defends $56M electric transportation plan critics claim is a power grab

Duke Energy’s North Carolina utilities are defending their proposed $56 million second phase for their electric transport pilot programs against opponents who contend they are too expensive and could allow the company to dominate vehicle charging in the state.

Their filings outline what Duke Energy Carolinas and Duke Energy Progress are willing to alter to meet specific concerns from interested parties that approve of the programs generally but have proposed changes — and what they are not. 



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