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Nevelyn Black is an independent writer with a background in broadcast and a keen interest in renewable energy.  In the last few years, she transitioned from celebrity interviews and film shoots...

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NC utility reform bill raises questions about future investments in natural gas generation.  The bill shows no favoritism as it calls for an all-of-the-above energy strategy.  David Kelly, director of North Carolina political affairs for Environmental Defense Fund offered reassurance stating, "Any new investments in natural gas generation would need to be carefully scrutinized and should stand up on their own merits against readily available alternatives.”  The House Energy and Public Utilities Committee could vote on the bill as early as next week.  Duke Energy supports transition but how will this bill impact the utility and their goal to be net-zero by 2050?  

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