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会社名 Duke Energy Corp (DUK デュ―ク・エナジ― )
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業種 公益企業_電力   公益事業(Utilities)
概要 事業概要 デューク・エナジー(Duke Energy Corporation)はエネルギー会社。同社は電気事業とインフラ、ガス事業とインフラ、商業再生可能エネルギー、三つのセグメントで事業を展開する。同社は米国の直接、間接子会社を通じて運営する。電気事業とインフラセグメントは発電、伝達、配電および販売などの小売電気サービスを米国の東南部および中西部地域に約750万人の顧客へ提供する。同事業は地方自治体、電気協同組合およびその他の荷役主体に電力卸売を行う。ガス事業とインフラセグメントは住宅、商業、工業および発電天然ガスの顧客へサービスを提供する。商業再生可能エネルギーは風力、太陽光などの再生可能エネルギー発電施設の取得、建設、開発、運営を行う。  デュ―ク・エナジ―は米国大手の電力・エネルギ―会社。米国電力・ガス部門はノ―スカロライナ、サウスカロライナ、オハイオ、インディアナ、ケンタッキ―の各州で電力事業を行い、天然ガスの輸送と販売を手掛ける。同社の発電所は主に中西部に位置する。米国外エネルギ―部門は、中南米を中心に電力天然ガス事業に従事する。  Duke Energy Corp. engages in distribution of natural gas and energy related services. It operates through the following segments: Electric Utilities and Infrastructure, Gas Utilities and Infrastructure, and Commercial Renewables. The Electric Utilities and Infrastructure segment conducts operations primarily through the regulated public utilities of Duke Energy Carolinas, Duke Energy Progress, Duke Energy Florida, Duke Energy Indiana and Duke Energy Ohio. The Gas Utilities and Infrastructure segment focuses on natural gas operations primarily through the regulated public utilities of Piedmont and Duke Energy Ohio. The Commercial Renewables segment acquires, develops, builds, operates, and owns wind and solar renewable generation throughout the continental United States. The company was founded in 1904 and is headquartered in Charlotte, NC.
本社所在地 704 382-3853
代表者氏名 Lynn J. Good
代表者役職名 Chairman of the Board President Chief Executive Officer
電話番号 +1 704-382-3853
設立年月日 6331
市場名 NYSE(ニューヨーク証券取引所)
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従業員数 30083人
url www.duke-energy.com
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EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 9956.00000
終値(lastsale)
時価総額(marketcap)
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 65488.10000
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 24521.00000
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 122948.10000
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) 2667.00000
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Duke Energy Corp revenues increased 4% to $24.52B. Net income before extraordinary items decreased 10% to $2.67B. Revenues reflect Electric Utilities and Infrastructure segment increase of 4% to $22.24B Gas Utilities and Infrastructure segment increase of 2% to $1.78B. Net income was offset by Deprec./Amort. increase of 16% to $4.07B (expense) Operation.

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   Electric Power Transmission Network Market Swot Analysis by Key Players : Siemens, General Electric, Duke Energy  2020/10/15 14:59:53 OpenPR
COVID-19 Outbreak-Global Electric Power Transmission Network Industry Market Report-Development Trends, Threats, Opportunities and Competitive Landscape in 2020 is latest research study released by HTF MI evaluating the market, highlighting opportunities, risk side analysis, and leveraged with strategic and tactical decision-making
   Duke Energy Pledges to Eliminate Methane Emissions From Natural Gas Business by 2030  2020/10/12 17:53:00 Green Technology Media
Duke Energy has upped its net-zero carbon by 2050 goals, pledging to eliminate methane emissions from its natural gas business by 2030 through a combination of better pipeline leak detection, more efficient operations, and investing in renewable natural gas to reduce the carbon intensity of its supplies. The new goals outlined in Duke’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) day presentation on Friday were among a host of incremental advances on last year’s commitment to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 . The new goals include shifting the $2 billion earmarked for the canceled Atlantic Coast Pipeline project to its $58 billion five-year capital plan, which calls for doubling its share of renewables from 8 gigawatts to 16 GW by 2025. Further, a new 10-year capital plan calls for tripling renewable capacity for its regulated utilities to 24 GW by 2030 in a push to halve its carbon emission by then, and bringing that total to 40 GW by 2050. The 10-year plan calls for retiring all coal-fired units in North and South Carolina by 2030, and adding 11 GW of energy storage across all territories by 2050.
   Duke Energy’s New ESG Plans Target Coal, Methane & Higher Dividends  2020/10/10 10:35:21 24/7 Wall street
   Duke Energy unveils sweeping clean energy and emissions reduction plan at inaugural ESG day  2020/10/09 15:45:00 PR Newswire
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Oct. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Duke Energy today announced an extensive expansion of its clean energy and emissions reduction plans to significantly increase the company's carbon and methane reductions, coal plant retirements and renewable energy generation goals. The…
   Exclusive: Duke Energy boosts capital spending to fight climate change  2020/10/09 14:10:24 Investing.com
https://www.investing.com/news/commodities-news/exclusive-duke-energy-boosts-capital-spending-to-fight-climate-change-2320568
   Ohio top court says Duke Energy off the hook for costly meter-reading error  2020/09/17 23:47:12 Reuters
Duke Energy Ohio Inc cannot be held responsible by Ohio's utility regulator for its failure, as the meter-data-management agent, to accurately estimate how much electricity end-use supplier Direct Energy Business LLC sold a large industrial facility in 2013 through Duke's…
   Duke Energy’s SC Net-Metering Replacement Won a Crucial Ally: Rooftop Solar Companies  2020/09/16 19:56:00 Green Technology Media
Few grid policy battles have been fought as bitterly as those surrounding replacements for net-metering, which determines how much rooftop solar customers get paid for power they export to the grid. Utilities across the country have pushed to move away from paying full retail rates, arguing it shifts costs onto other ratepayers. Solar installers typically respond by calling utility proposals, which often propose additional costs for rooftop solar customers, punitive and unreasonable. Utility Duke Energy tossed out the conventional playbook when proposing a net-metering successor for its South Carolina territory. It got the rooftop solar industry on board. The agreement, made public Wednesday afternoon, shows that Duke's "Solar Choice Net Metering" concept enjoys the official support of advocacy groups Vote Solar and North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association, leading national installer Sunrun, and several other environmental groups. It's up to regulators to approve the plan, but rallying a broad coalition is a good place to start.
   The 5 Biggest US Utilities Committing to Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050  2020/09/16 12:00:00 Green Technology Media
Over the past three years, some of the country’s biggest utilities have been committing to a goal that few may have predicted they’d undertake on their own: weaning themselves off carbon-emitting generation by 2050. Driving this sea change in long-term planning is a combination of public pressure and energy economics. The falling costs of wind and solar power are pushing utilities to find ways to incorporate them into their long-range plans, even as they struggle to define what resources can be relied on to provide the dispatchable power they need. At the same time, the increasingly dire effects of global warming are bringing more Americans in line with much of the rest of the world in making carbon-emissions reduction a top policy priority. Utilities in many states now face mandates to move to 100 percent renewable energy or cut carbon to zero by 2050. Others are likely to face similar mandates in short order. If Joe Biden wins the presidential election in November and Congress enacts his $2 trillion clean energy and infrastructure ambition, utilities will need to reconfigure their plans to meet Biden's nationwide goal of zero-carbon electricity by 2035.
   What’s at Stake for Clean Energy in the US Election?  2020/09/15 15:01:00 Green Technology Media
The reailty is there’s no bad outcome for clean energy in the upcoming election, though the climate is another story. For clean energy resources — solar, wind and energy storage — the range of possibilities over the next four years runs from the merely good to the incredible. Renewables will continue to thrive regardless of the outcome on November 3, driven by their cost-competitiveness and broad political support, experts say. “Things have been good under the Trump administration — oddly good,” says Dan Shreve, principal at Wood Mackenzie. “They’ve done their best to try to prop up fossil fuels, but it hasn’t really come to the detriment of renewables.” The key battleground for energy and climate policy looks to be the Senate, where a third of the seats are up for grabs, most of them held by Republicans. Joe Biden has promised to set the country on a course to decarbonize its power sector by 2035, but his options for game-changing progress will be limited if Mitch McConnell from coal-loving Kentucky remains Senate Majority Leader.
   Duke Energy's Green Source Advantage continues solar expansion in North Carolina  2020/09/15 12:29:00 PR Newswire
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Duke University has become the first academic institution to execute a renewable power agreement under Duke Energy's Green Source Advantage (GSA) program – further expanding solar energy in North Carolina. Duke University will purchase about…
   Ohio top court says Duke Energy off the hook for costly meter-reading error  2020/09/17 23:47:12 Reuters
Duke Energy Ohio Inc cannot be held responsible by Ohio's utility regulator for its failure, as the meter-data-management agent, to accurately estimate how much electricity end-use supplier Direct Energy Business LLC sold a large industrial facility in 2013 through Duke's…
   Duke Energy’s SC Net-Metering Replacement Won a Crucial Ally: Rooftop Solar Companies  2020/09/16 19:56:00 Green Technology Media
Few grid policy battles have been fought as bitterly as those surrounding replacements for net-metering, which determines how much rooftop solar customers get paid for power they export to the grid. Utilities across the country have pushed to move away from paying full retail rates, arguing it shifts costs onto other ratepayers. Solar installers typically respond by calling utility proposals, which often propose additional costs for rooftop solar customers, punitive and unreasonable. Utility Duke Energy tossed out the conventional playbook when proposing a net-metering successor for its South Carolina territory. It got the rooftop solar industry on board. The agreement, made public Wednesday afternoon, shows that Duke's "Solar Choice Net Metering" concept enjoys the official support of advocacy groups Vote Solar and North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association, leading national installer Sunrun, and several other environmental groups. It's up to regulators to approve the plan, but rallying a broad coalition is a good place to start.
   The 5 Biggest US Utilities Committing to Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050  2020/09/16 12:00:00 Green Technology Media
Over the past three years, some of the country’s biggest utilities have been committing to a goal that few may have predicted they’d undertake on their own: weaning themselves off carbon-emitting generation by 2050. Driving this sea change in long-term planning is a combination of public pressure and energy economics. The falling costs of wind and solar power are pushing utilities to find ways to incorporate them into their long-range plans, even as they struggle to define what resources can be relied on to provide the dispatchable power they need. At the same time, the increasingly dire effects of global warming are bringing more Americans in line with much of the rest of the world in making carbon-emissions reduction a top policy priority. Utilities in many states now face mandates to move to 100 percent renewable energy or cut carbon to zero by 2050. Others are likely to face similar mandates in short order. If Joe Biden wins the presidential election in November and Congress enacts his $2 trillion clean energy and infrastructure ambition, utilities will need to reconfigure their plans to meet Biden's nationwide goal of zero-carbon electricity by 2035.
   What’s at Stake for Clean Energy in the US Election?  2020/09/15 15:01:00 Green Technology Media
The reailty is there’s no bad outcome for clean energy in the upcoming election, though the climate is another story. For clean energy resources — solar, wind and energy storage — the range of possibilities over the next four years runs from the merely good to the incredible. Renewables will continue to thrive regardless of the outcome on November 3, driven by their cost-competitiveness and broad political support, experts say. “Things have been good under the Trump administration — oddly good,” says Dan Shreve, principal at Wood Mackenzie. “They’ve done their best to try to prop up fossil fuels, but it hasn’t really come to the detriment of renewables.” The key battleground for energy and climate policy looks to be the Senate, where a third of the seats are up for grabs, most of them held by Republicans. Joe Biden has promised to set the country on a course to decarbonize its power sector by 2035, but his options for game-changing progress will be limited if Mitch McConnell from coal-loving Kentucky remains Senate Majority Leader.
   Duke Energy's Green Source Advantage continues solar expansion in North Carolina  2020/09/15 12:29:00 PR Newswire
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Duke University has become the first academic institution to execute a renewable power agreement under Duke Energy's Green Source Advantage (GSA) program – further expanding solar energy in North Carolina. Duke University will purchase about…

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