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Here’s what’s been happening recently in North Carolina.

Duke Energy provides $750,000 in grants for four ENC counties, others across NC for small-business revitalization

The Duke Energy Foundation on Tuesday distributed $750,000 in grants to help local businesses across North Carolina – from restaurants to retailers – adapt to the unprecedented challenges caused by the pandemic.

The making of a solar site

This crew in Cleveland County, NC, is building a solar site that can provide more than 12,000 homes with carbon-free energy

Utility Rebates Helping Nonprofits

The Duke Energy Solar Rebate is an important incentive that allows North Carolina’s nonprofit communities obtain solar installations, reduce their energy bills and redirect their funds to more important parts of their missions.

A clean, quiet way to transform disaster response

Duke Energy is supporting Footprintproject's efforts to build mobile solar generators to help where it’s needed most after a storm

All about battery storage

Learn how this zero-carbon energy source works, its history and future while Duke Energy builds more renewables

Duke Energy helps build North Carolina workforce with $615,000 in grants to community colleges, HBCUs and nonprofits

19 workforce development programs receive Duke Energy Foundation grants

All about solar energy

Learn how this zero-carbon energy source works, its history and future while Duke Energy builds more renewables

The Guardian S robot is ready for work at nuclear plants

Workers use innovative technology to send robot into small spaces, safely and efficiently

Brewing beer with solar: North Carolina ranks third in the nation for the renewable fuel

In the brew-making process at Birdsong Brewing in Charlotte, you got big fermenters that are actually brewing that beer, then you have tanks that are storing the beer having it ready to be packaged. The refrigeration system keeping both cold is being powered by solar panels on the roof!

Teacher's social media science experiments reach millions

With the help of social media and Classroom Central, science teacher Nancy Bullard made online learning fun

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