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The N.C. Utilities Commission on Friday, April 16, issued an order approving a partial rate increase for Duke Energy Progress and a settlement addressing coal ash cleanup costs.
The N.C. Utilities Commission on Friday, April 16, issued an order approving a partial rate increase for Duke Energy Progress and a settlement addressing coal ash cleanup costs.
 
Duke Energy intends to challenge a state Department of Environmental Quality order to excavate all its coal ash pits, saying it would impose undue financial harm.
Duke Energy intends to challenge a state Department of Environmental Quality order to excavate all its coal ash pits, saying it would impose undue financial harm.
 
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
 
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
 
The McCrory campaign released the following statement in response to Larry Hall's press conference politicizing coal ash
The McCrory campaign released the following statement in response to Larry Hall's press conference politicizing coal ash
 
Governor McCrory's press office released the following information refuting deceptive and misleading attacks on the governor's record of protecting the environment
Governor McCrory's press office released the following information refuting deceptive and misleading attacks on the governor's record of protecting the environment
 
Governor Pat McCrory is taking additional action to protect public health and the environment by signing a bill that provides permanent drinking water to residents, requires dam safety repairs, and mandates the recycling of coal ash
Governor Pat McCrory is taking additional action to protect public health and the environment by signing a bill that provides permanent drinking water to residents, requires dam safety repairs, and mandates the recycling of coal ash
 
Governor McCrory is holding Duke Energy accountable and cleaning up coal ash ponds once and for all, Roy Cooper let this problem fester for more than 28 years during his career as a top lawmaker and as attorney general. Instead of ever addressing coal ash
Governor McCrory is holding Duke Energy accountable and cleaning up coal ash ponds once and for all, Roy Cooper let this problem fester for more than 28 years during his career as a top lawmaker and as attorney general. Instead of ever addressing coal ash
 
A coal ash cleanup bill moved quickly through the state Senate on Tuesday.
 
Governor Pat McCrory reiterated his intent to veto legislation that undermines environmental protections, bypasses the state's ability to enforce the law, and is unconstitutional
Governor Pat McCrory reiterated his intent to veto legislation that undermines environmental protections, bypasses the state's ability to enforce the law, and is unconstitutional
 
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement on allowing House Bill 364 to become law without his signature
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement on allowing House Bill 364 to become law without his signature
 
For years, the news has been peppered with stories about politicians setting up study panels and commissions to deal with a certain issue.
For years, the news has been peppered with stories about politicians setting up study panels and commissions to deal with a certain issue.
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed legislation this evening that amends several areas of environmental law. The legislation, House Bill 157, was introduced by Rep. Pat McElraft and Rep. Rick Catlin and passed the General Assembly today.
Governor Pat McCrory signed legislation this evening that amends several areas of environmental law. The legislation, House Bill 157, was introduced by Rep. Pat McElraft and Rep. Rick Catlin and passed the General Assembly today.
 
I’ve never been a big fan of study commissions organized by politicians. They are almost always easy ways out for politicians looking to avoid having to take a tough stand on a controversial issue.
I’ve never been a big fan of study commissions organized by politicians. They are almost always easy ways out for politicians looking to avoid having to take a tough stand on a controversial issue.
 
Governor Pat McCrory has announced his appointments to the newly formed Coal Ash Management Commission.
 
In DC, Barry Obama is preparing to go to war against the Islamic State. In Raleigh, Pat McCrory is barricaded inside his Blount Street residence preparing for battle against his fellow Republicans in the General Assembly.
In DC, Barry Obama is preparing to go to war against the Islamic State. In Raleigh, Pat McCrory is barricaded inside his Blount Street residence preparing for battle against his fellow Republicans in the General Assembly.
 
Gov. Pat McCrory's coal ash clash with the General Assembly to determine the framework of North Carolina government is an important fight, but is unlikely to influence voters' decisions in the Nov. 4 general election, political analysts say
Gov. Pat McCrory's coal ash clash with the General Assembly to determine the framework of North Carolina government is an important fight, but is unlikely to influence voters' decisions in the Nov. 4 general election, political analysts say
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced today he will let the Coal Ash Management Act, passed by North Carolina's General Assembly Aug. 20, become law without his signature. The governor said that while the bill continues the aggressive approach his administration has taken to attack the coal ash issue...
Governor Pat McCrory announced today he will let the Coal Ash Management Act, passed by North Carolina's General Assembly Aug. 20, become law without his signature. The governor said that while the bill continues the aggressive approach his administration has taken to attack the coal ash issue...
 
Before legislators could adjourn for the year they had to do two things: give teachers a pay raise and pass a coal ash cleanup bill. Most agree their coal ash solution was weak, leaving more questions than answers.
Before legislators could adjourn for the year they had to do two things: give teachers a pay raise and pass a coal ash cleanup bill. Most agree their coal ash solution was weak, leaving more questions than answers.
 
For all the drama in the days leading up to the adjournment of the 2014 "short session" of the General Assembly, the final day proved anticlimactic.
For all the drama in the days leading up to the adjournment of the 2014 "short session" of the General Assembly, the final day proved anticlimactic.
 
Critics of misleading political ads by interest groups say a new ad by the North Carolina League of Conservation Voters has gone just too far.
Critics of misleading political ads by interest groups say a new ad by the North Carolina League of Conservation Voters has gone just too far.
 
With budget done, Medicaid and coal ash resolutions could wait
 
Today, Governor Pat McCrory issued Executive Order 62 to address the coal ash issue because comprehensive legislation has not been passed during the Short Session.
Today, Governor Pat McCrory issued Executive Order 62 to address the coal ash issue because comprehensive legislation has not been passed during the Short Session.
 
NC DHHS' Division of Public Health is updating the health advisories issued in February 2014 related to the coal ash spill in the Dan River near Eden.
NC DHHS' Division of Public Health is updating the health advisories issued in February 2014 related to the coal ash spill in the Dan River near Eden.
 
Duke Energy officials unsuccessfully urged state lawmakers to reconsider mandatory deadlines for cleaning up coal ash ponds around the state, and an environmental researcher agrees that arbitrary timelines could affect the utility's ability to recycle safely leftover materials stored in 33 ash...
Duke Energy officials unsuccessfully urged state lawmakers to reconsider mandatory deadlines for cleaning up coal ash ponds around the state, and an environmental researcher agrees that arbitrary timelines could affect the utility's ability to recycle safely leftover materials stored in 33 ash...
 
In this edition, we're debuting new Duke Energy Carolinas and Duke Energy Progress Web pages. Also, view our tips on preparing for severe weather; read the latest news about our outdoor lighting strategy and coal ash management plans, and review our 2013 sustainability report.
In this edition, we're debuting new Duke Energy Carolinas and Duke Energy Progress Web pages. Also, view our tips on preparing for severe weather; read the latest news about our outdoor lighting strategy and coal ash management plans, and review our 2013 sustainability report.
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced a plan today that would address coal ash ponds and strengthen environmental and health regulations.
Governor Pat McCrory announced a plan today that would address coal ash ponds and strengthen environmental and health regulations.
 
The Duke Energy coal ash saga reminds us of the old poem, "For Wont of a Nail." No doubt you remember that because of a missing horseshoe nail a horse, a rider, a message, a battle, a war and a kingdom were lost.
The Duke Energy coal ash saga reminds us of the old poem, "For Wont of a Nail." No doubt you remember that because of a missing horseshoe nail a horse, a rider, a message, a battle, a war and a kingdom were lost.
 
Enough with the hysteria, finger pointing and partisanship already. The Duke Energy coal ash spill needs immediate action, there’s blame enough to go around and we need to focus on fixing problems.
Enough with the hysteria, finger pointing and partisanship already. The Duke Energy coal ash spill needs immediate action, there’s blame enough to go around and we need to focus on fixing problems.
 
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