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Residential Customers: $.60/watt AC up to $6,000.00 
Commercial Customers: $.60/watt AC up to $60,000.00 
Non Profits: $.75/watt AC up to $75,000.00
Duke Energy is one of the top energy providers in North Carolina serving over 2 million households. Starting January 2018, if you are a Duke Energy or Duke Energy Progress Customer, you have the ability to receive a rebate for adding a PV Solar Power System to your home or residence. The rebate covers 60 cents per watt of the installed solar system cost up to 10 (kW) AC and the max rebate amount of $6,000 per residence. Nonresidential customers would be eligible for 50 cents per watt. This rebate is an additional saving on top of your federal 30% solar tax credit or any North Carolina Tax Credit you might also receive.  The program is capped at 5MW per utility.


Commercial customers (such as churches and schools) would be eligible for an enhanced rebate of 75 cents per watt for systems 100 kW or less. Installed systems 100 kW or greater would be eligible for a maximum rebate of $50,000 for non-residential customers, or $75,000 for nonprofit customers.

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$62 million solar rebate program in North Carolina

Duke Energy Carolinas Rate Increases January 2018

In early August of 2017 Duke Energy released a press announcement that this year electricity races are going to sky rocket in the name of building a smarter future . According to this release they are seeking a 16.7% increase for all Residential Homes in North Carolina. This is the largest increase in said history.

In a statement given by Duke Energy’s North Carolina president, David Fountain, he explained…

“Through smart investments in cleaner energy plants and renewable resources, safely managing coal ash, and the grid that powers our lives and improves reliability, we are focused every day on providing customers increasing value and laying the foundation for a smarter energy future.”

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