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Duke Energy Florida aims to have all customers restored Monday night – except for those who cannot receive power because of damage or flooding.
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September jobs numbers will be released on Friday, plus earnings from Lamb Weston, Conagra, McCormick, and Constellation. Also, September PMIs and August JOLTS.
More than 900,000 customers restored as Duke Energy Florida outages stand at 77,000 on Sunday afternoon
Duke Energy Florida continues to make major progress as it works to restore power to all customers in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
Duke Energy crews continue to focus on Carolinas' hardest-hit regions; nearly 750,000 customers restored in past 24 hours
Duke Energy crews continue to make progress following Hurricane Ian, restoring power to nearly 750,000 customers in North Carolina and South Carolina.
Duke Energy Florida expects to have 90% of its outages restored by Sunday night as it works to get a vast majority of customers back on by midnight.
Thousands of Duke Energy crews are working to restore power to thousands of customers in North Carolina and South Carolina following Hurricane Ian.
Duke Energy still has 430,000 Florida customers without power, give estimates for times of restoration
Shares of Duke Energy Corp. fell 1.8% in afternoon trading Friday, after the utility company said while 430,000 of its customers in Florida are still without power because of Hurricane Ian, it has already restored power to about 650,000 customers. The North Carolina-based company, which serves 1.9 million customers in Florida, said it has 10,000 people working to restore power in Florida, many who were brought into Florida from other states before the hurricane. The current estimated time for re
A Duke Energy Florida workforce of 10,000 from around the nation continues to make steady progress – restoring power caused by Hurricane Ian. More than 650,000 customers have had power restored thus far.
With Hurricane Ian's imminent landfall expected along South Carolina's coast, Duke Energy is prepared and urges customers to ready themselves, as well.