Carolinas Clean Energy Business Association on LinkedIn: New report links rate increases for Duke Energy customers mostly to… (2024)

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Many Duke Energy customers saw higher energy bills last year due to a sharp increase in natural gas prices, according to a new report by the Environmental Defense Fund. Fuel prices caused two-thirds of electrical bill increases for Duke Energy Carolinas ratepayers over the last seven years.https://lnkd.in/emHCsdjj

New report links rate increases for Duke Energy customers mostly to natural gas volatility wfae.org

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