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Duke Energy Site Readiness Program

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Site Readiness Manager | Certified Drone Pilot Duke Energy

My name is Keith Gabriel and I am an Site Readiness Manager for Economic Development at Duke Energy. I have been in this position for 4.5 years. I am also a Part 107 Certified Drone Pilot, which...

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Matt Chester on Mar 19, 2020

Great resource, thanks for sharing Keith!

What would you recommend as the key takeaways that readers should lift from this report? What lessons learned are there for other utilities? 

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Keith Gabriel on Mar 20, 2020

No problem, Matt!

I think the biggest takeaway from this article is understanding that there are a lot significant pieces that go into landing large industries. Building relationships with communities within your territories and working with local economic developers, can be a huge value-add when identifying land for future prospects. 

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