On April 1, North Carolina announced its decision to require Duke Energy to fully excavate the six remaining coal ash sites across the state — a big victory in the year’s long fight against the energy utility’s negligence.
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North Carolina residents and environmental groups including Appalachian Voices launched the
Energy Justice NC Coalition to promote energy choice and end monopoly control of the state’s utility structure.
Appalachian Voices is hiring three new positions to help us achieve our goal of bringing energy democracy to the region!
Gov. Roy Cooper’s proposed budget for 2019 to 2021 includes $300,000 for a study to determine the state’s feasibility for offshore wind energy.
A total of 110,000 net new clean energy jobs were added in the United States in 2018, a growth rate of 3.6 percent.
The two monopoly utilities contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to North Carolina legislative campaigns in 2018.
Today’s decision by the DEQ requiring Duke Energy to excavate all of its six remaining coal ash sites is a testament to the determination of the people living near these toxic sites who have been calling on the state for strong cleanup measures for years.