How Duke Energy Pollutes and Punishes Low-

Environmental and Economic Injustice

Income Customers and Communities of Color



The Duke Energy Accountability Coalition is made up of public interest, social justice, watchdog, and environmental groups that have joined forces to hold the nation’s largest investor-owned U.S. electric utility accountable for its policies, which affect almost 8 million Americans in six states and impede the nation’s progress toward a clean energy future.


The coalition works to press Duke Energy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, accelerate the transition from fossil fuels to renewables, increase customer affordability and equity, clean up coal ash and track its health impacts, cease its influence spending and greenwashing, and more. 


The Duke Energy Accountability Coalition is a project of 350 Charlotte, 350 Triangle, Appalachian Voices, Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana, the Energy and Policy Institute, Environmental Working Group, Friends of the Earth, Kentucky Conservation Committee, NC WARN, the League of Women Voters of South Carolina, and Ohio Citizen Action.


Participating Organizations

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