This blog was written by Joan Walker of the Southern Alliance For Clean Energy, SACE. Duke Energy, don’t let Dan River happen again–clean up the rest of your ...On July 30, 2014 / By Caroline Hansley
With a federal investigation under way, Duke Energy might have thought the worst was over following its coal ash spill at Dan River plant. But the past seven ...On March 7, 2014 / By Brian Johnson
Duke Energy’s executives want you to know they’re sorry for the tens of thousands of tons of coal ash they spilled into the Dan River in the third-largest ...On February 19, 2014 / By David Pomerantz
Earlier this week Greenpeace reported how Duke Energy lobbyists thwarted the federal EPA from regulating toxic coal ash in a way that could have prevented Duke’s Dan River ...On February 8, 2014 / By David Pomerantz
On November 4, 2009, Duke Energy lobbyist Bill Tyndall walked into the White House and met with Obama Administration officials to discuss whether coal ash should be regulated ...On February 5, 2014 / By David Pomerantz
“We are confident that each of our ash ponds has the structural integrity necessary to protect the public and the environment.” That’s what Duke Energy says on its ...On February 4, 2014 / By Brian Johnson
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