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Why Duke Energy customers could pay $4.8B for plants that don’t produce power

A report contends Duke Energy customers might have to pay $4. 8 billion for plants that will no longer be producing energy — similar to how the company’s failure to account for long-range costs of coal ash left customers on the hook for $7. 5 billion now that those costs are coming due.

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