About Duke Energy
Duke Energy is one of several electrical power holding companies in the United States with headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina. They also have electrical assets in Canada and in Latin America. Duke energy has approximately 58,000 megawatts of the energy generation load within the United States. This energy goes to just over 7 million customers. Duke Energy has an infrastructure that extends more than 104,000 square miles in area with more than 250,000 miles of distribution. Duke Energy employs over 22,000 people and employment opportunities include lineman, engineers, customer service representatives, manufacturing positions, administrative positions, and more.
Duke Energy can trace its roots back all the way to 1900 when it was called the Catawba Power Company. It was started by Doctor Walker Gill who financed the hydroelectric power station in South Carolina with his brother. He also was able to attract an additional investor, starting the Southern Power Company in 1905. It wasn't until 1924 when the name was finally changed to Duke Power, and all of the subsidiaries including Western Carolina Power Company, Great Falls Power Company, Southern Power Company, and others merged into Duke Power. Services that the company provides include electricity generation, electricity transmission, and distribution as well as natural gas services.
Duke Energy Corporation has headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina. It also provides service to states outside of North Carolina and even has assets in Canada and Latin America. Duke Energy is a publicly traded company and as of the 2017 fiscal year they reported $23.67 billion in revenue with revenue per share at $33.77. They also had one and a half percent quarterly revenue growth.
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