A Hearing
May 4 
9:30 - 11 a.m. 
About the Event

The Duke Energy Accountability Coalition made up of public interest, environmental and economic justice organizations, will convene its second hearing to further examine Duke Energy’s policies and practices, which continue to stand in the way of addressing the climate emergency.

 

The Coalition includes the People’s Commission – an independent watchdog acting solely in the public interest, free from the political and economic influence Duke wields with regulators, lawmakers, and other elected officials throughout its six-state territory.

 

On May 4th, the People’s Commission will hear testimony from an array of expert panelists about Duke’s well-established practice of greenwashing and foot-dragging to slow any meaningful investment in clean energy for its ratepayers in order to meet the necessary C02 emissions required to stave off the worse impacts of the climate crisis.

Witnesses

A Hearing
January 29 
9:30 - 11 a.m. 
About the Event

The Duke Energy Accountability Coalition made up of public interest, environmental and economic justice organizations, will convene the first-ever hearing to examine Duke Energy’s policies and practices, which have polluted and financially punished its low-income ratepayers and communities of color throughout its vast six-state service area.

 

The Coalition includes the People’s Commission – an independent watchdog acting solely in the public interest, free from the political and economic influence Duke wields with regulators, lawmakers, and other elected officials throughout its territory.

On January 29, the People’s Commission will hear testimony from an array of environmental and social justice advocates who have worked for years to hold the nation’s largest investor-owned utility accountable for the environmental and economic harm it has inflicted in these underserved communities.

For a transcript of this event, please click here: 

Witnesses