How Duke Energy is decarbonizing to achieve ambitious climate goals

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Many utilities are establishing and publicly disclosing ambitious climate goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. But how do utilities navigate the challenges and opportunities on their way to creating and achieving these climate goals?

Tune into this ICF Climate Center on-demand webinar with Duke Energy to hear about Duke Energy's recently released climate report. You'll hear about how Duke Energy evaluated pathways to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions and publicly disclosed its broader climate plans.

Learn more about:

  • The lifecycle components of utility decarbonization planning
  • Lessons learned from Duke Energy’s approach to decarbonizing its gas and electric businesses
  • Best practices for publicly communicating climate goals and plans
Explore insights on how to drive low-emission transitions and build resilience against the effects of climate change.
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Meet the authors
  1. Vicky Sullivan, Climate Policy Director, Duke Energy
  2. Christy Daniel, Managing Director, Enterprise Strategy & Planning, Duke Energy
  3. Michelle Mendoza, Director, Natural Gas Climate Strategy & Execution, Duke Energy
  4. Deb Harris, Senior Director, Climate Planning + ICF Climate Center Senior Fellow

    Deb is an expert in climate action, decarbonization planning, and stakeholder engagement for states, cities, counties, and utilities. View bio