Duke Energy provides sustainable gas and electricity distribution services to customers in the United States, Central America and South America. The provide regulated utilities to six states, international energy to Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Guatemala and Peru, commercial power to the Midwest and commercial energy transmission throughout the United States.
In the United States, Duke transmits electricity through a high-voltage power network that has over 36,000 miles of power lines. These power lines facilitate a reliable flow of energy from Duke's generators to its customers. Duke provides regulated utility services to Florida, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and the Carolinas.
Through their retail division, Duke provides energy consulting services to business customers who want to optimize their operations. Duke Energy Retail targets Ohio-based companies, industrial facilities and aggregated municipalities.
The company serves customers throughout the U.S. with renewable wind and solar energy. Their solar and wind farms produce an aggregated 1,800 megawatts of electricity from 12 locations throughout the country. The emissions-free electricity they produce goes to electrical cooperatives, utilities and municipalities.
The company has expanded its assets to include a broad range of green energy technologies, initiatives and services. These include nuclear generation, natural gas generation, cleaner coal plants, renewable power plant technologies, energy conservation initiatives and grid modernization.