Duke Energy pulls plug on Asheville coal plant, looks

At 4 p. m. Wednesday, Duke Energy officially retired the Asheville coal plant in Arden. In 2017, the company started building this natural gas plant to handle the area's surging need.

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9 行  The Asheville Combined Cycle Station, a cleaner-burning, highly efficient natural gas station,

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Power Plants Our Company Duke Energy

Duke Energy owns and operates regulated and nonregulated power plants in North America. The company has a diverse mix of generation resources, including nuclear, coal-fired, oil- and natural gas-fired, and hydroelectric power plants.

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Duke Energy officially retires coal units at Lake Julian

2020-1-30  After 56 years of burning coal at its Lake Julian power plant, Duke Energy has officially shut down the coal operation. "At 4 p.m. on Jan. 29, 2020, Duke Energy achieved a significant milestone

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Duke Energy's plans for coal ash landfill in Arden

2020-1-2  Duke Energy is proposing to build an industrial landfill to store coal ash on the site of the Lake Julian power plant in Asheville. This rendering shows how the landfill layers would protect

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Duke Energy tests Asheville natural gas plant that will

2019-8-8  Duke Energy Progress fired up the first turbine at its soon-to-be-completed, 560-megawatt, combined-cycle natural gas plant in Asheville this week for an important test run.

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Duke Energy to replace coal with gas at Asheville

Duke Energy’s announcement Tuesday that it will turn from coal to natural gas to fuel its Asheville power plant reduces its environmental footprint while saving the company money.

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Duke Energy: Gas will replace coal at Asheville power

Duke Energy’s announcement last Tuesday that it will turn from coal to natural gas to fuel its Asheville power plant reduces its environmental footprint while saving the company money. Duke will shut down the two coal-fired units by 2020, replacing them with a larger one fueled by natural gas.

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Duke Energy Progress customers receiving 560

2020-7-22  The first 280-megawatt power block came online in December 2019, and the second 280-megawatt power block became fully operational in April 2020. As part of the project, Duke Energy shut down a 1960s-era coal-fired power plant at the Asheville site in January 2020. Demolition of the coal plant is underway, with completion expected in 2023.

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New gas power plant to replace Duke coal facility at

Duke Energy officials estimate that by 2024, the 376-foot scrubber stack marking the company’s coal-fired power plant in Skyland will vanish from the skyline, replaced by two much shorter

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Duke Energy, Gas power plant, Coal plant, Asheville

Duke Energy Corporation said that it plans to retire its Asheville, N.C, coal-fired power plant and invest USD 750 million into building a new natural gas plant.

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Duke Energy N.C. Gas Plant Providing Energy for

2020-7-22  As part of the project, Duke Energy shut down a 1960s-era coal-fired power plant at the Asheville site in January. Demolition of the coal plant is underway, with completion expected in 2023.

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Duke Energy to close Asheville coal plant, build a $750

Duke Energy Progress has decided to shut down its 376-megawatt coal-fired Asheville Plant and build a 650-megawatt combined-cycle natural-gas plant on the site.

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Duke Energy officially retires coal units at Lake Julian

2020-1-30  After 56 years of burning coal at its Lake Julian power plant, Duke Energy has officially shut down the coal operation. "At 4 p.m. on Jan. 29, 2020, Duke Energy achieved a significant milestone

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Duke Energy to replace coal with gas at Asheville

2015-5-19  Duke Energy said Tuesday it will shut down its Asheville coal-fired power plant by 2020, replacing it with a larger, $750 million plant fueled by natural gas. Duke Energy said Tuesday it will shut

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Duke Energy Progress customers receiving 560

2020-7-22  The first 280-megawatt power block came online in December 2019, and the second 280-megawatt power block became fully operational in April 2020. As part of the project, Duke Energy shut down a 1960s-era coal-fired power plant at the Asheville site in January 2020. Demolition of the coal plant is underway, with completion expected in 2023.

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Duke Energy gets approval for Asheville plant

The N.C. Utilities Commission will let Duke Energy build two natural gas-fired units at its Asheville power plant, replacing coal, but denied Duke’s contingent request for a third gas unit.

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Duke Energy to replace aging Asheville coal plant with

2020-7-9  ASHEVILLE, NC — Duke Energy says it will build a $750 million natural gas plant to replace its troubled coal-fired Asheville plant as the company turns to cleaner energy to generate electricity. The Charlotte-based company also will build a solar farm on the site as part of its $1.1 billion plan to modernize its infrastructure.

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Duke Energy to close aging Asheville coal plant

2015-5-19  Duke Energy announced plans today to retire its polluting, uneconomical Asheville coal plant and build a natural gas-fired facility in its place. While the news should be celebrated as progress, it also represents another precarious step along a dangerous road that will prolong our region’s over-reliance on fossil fuels and saddle consumers with long-lived investments in natural gas.

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Duke Expected to Apply for OK of New Gas-Fired

2015-10-7  The North Carolina Utilities Commission on Oct. 6 signed off on a new gas pipeline that will allow Duke Energy Progress to undertake a coal-to-gas repowering of its Asheville plant in the western

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Duke Energy switches from coal to gas in Carolinas

2020-7-27  The plant is located in Arden, North Carolina. It produces enough electricity to power about 450,000 homes. Customers in North Carolina and South Carolina save money on lower fuel costs for natural gas, the company said. Duke Energy also shut down a 1960s-era coal-fired power plant

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Duke Energy, Gas power plant, Coal plant, Asheville

Duke Energy Corporation said that it plans to retire its Asheville, N.C, coal-fired power plant and invest USD 750 million into building a new natural gas plant.

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Duke Energy N.C. Gas Plant Providing Energy for

2020-7-22  As part of the project, Duke Energy shut down a 1960s-era coal-fired power plant at the Asheville site in January. Demolition of the coal plant is underway, with completion expected in 2023.

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Duke Energy's Combined Cycle Station in Asheville

The Asheville Combined Cycle Station is Duke Energy’s most efficient plant in the Carolinas and 75% more efficient than the retired coal plant it replaced. Customers in North Carolina and South Carolina benefit dollar for dollar from this efficiency through lower power plant fuel costs.

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Duke Energy says first half of new natural gas power

Duke Energy says the first half of their new natural gas power plant in Asheville was successfully placed into service on Dec. 27, 2019. The new 560-megawatt combined-cycle natural gas plant

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Duke Energy to replace coal with gas at Asheville

2015-5-19  Duke Energy said Tuesday it will shut down its Asheville coal-fired power plant by 2020, replacing it with a larger, $750 million plant fueled by natural gas. Duke Energy said Tuesday it will shut

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Duke Energy officially retires coal units at Lake Julian

After 56 years of burning coal at its Lake Julian power plant, Duke Energy has officially shut down the coal operation. "At 4 p.m. on Jan. 29, 2020, Duke Energy achieved a significant milestone

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Asheville Plant Global Energy Monitor

2020-7-22  Retirement Announced. In 2015 Duke Energy announced that it would retire the plant in "four to five years" (2019 or 2020) and replace it with a larger gas plant (650 MW) plus a solar facility of undisclosed size located on the Asheville Plant's coal combustion waste site.

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Duke Energy shows off construction progress at

ASHEVILLE, N.C. — Duke Energy Progress is a little more than half finished with its $898 million combined-cycle natural gas plant that will replace its current coal-fired Asheville Plant.

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Last coal delivery made to Duke Energy’s power plant

The last coal delivery to Duke Energy’s power plant in south Asheville arrived Monday by train. It was a milestone in the pending closure of the Lake Julian power plant, which has been operating since 1964. Duke is closing down the plant and transitioning to a one fueled with natural gas.

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