Solar power is set to become the world's largest source of power by 2035 as the cost of renewables falls, a new report has found.
DOE's National Renewable Energy Laboratory found four-hour storage could meet peaking capacity across the country, with the potential to exceed 50 GW. The booming U.S. battery storage market is showing no signs of slowing down, and a new government-funded report says its prospects could be even bigger than previously thought.
Duke Energy Progress (DEP) continues to be one of the leading solar utilities in the nation.
In the Top 10 utility solar lists compiled by the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA), Duke Energy Progress was ranked fourth among all utility companies for bringing on new solar capacity during 2018. It is the seventh straight year Duke Energy Progress has been ranked in the Top 10 nationwide.