Duke Energy At A Glance


Electric Utilities and Infrastructure

Generation Diversity
(percent owned capacity)1

Electric utilities and infrastructure generation diversity graph

(net output gigawatt-hours (GWh))2

Electric utilities and infrastructure generated  (net output gigawatt-hours) graph

Customer Diversity
(in billed GWh sales)2

Electric utilities and infrastructure customer diversity graph

Electric Utilities and Infrastructure 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.

Electric operations

  • Owns approximately 50,807 megawatts (MW) of generating capacity
  • Service area covers about 91,000 square miles with an estimated population of 25 million
  • Service to approximately 7.9 million residential, commercial and industrial customers
  • 282,400 miles of distribution lines and a 31,300-mile transmission system

Natural Gas Customer Diversity

Gas Utilities and Infrastructure conducts natural gas distribution operations primarily through the regulated public utilities of Piedmont Natural Gas and Duke Energy Ohio.

Natural Gas operations (throughput)2

Natural gas operations graph
  • Regulated natural gas transmission and distribution services to approximately 1.6 million customers in the Carolinas, Tennessee, southwestern Ohio and Northern Kentucky
  • Maintains more than 34,200 miles of natural gas transmission and distribution pipelines and 27,200 miles of natural gas service pipelines

Commercial Renewables

Generation Diversity
(percent owned capacity)1,3

Duke Energy Renewables generation diversity graph

Commercial Renewables primarily acquires, develops, builds and operates wind and solar renewable generation throughout the continental U.S. The portfolio includes nonregulated renewable energy and energy storage businesses.

Commercial Renewables’ renewable energy includes utility-scale wind and solar generation assets, distributed solar generation assets, distributed fuel cell assets and a battery storage project, which total 2,763 MW across 21 states from 21 wind facilities, 150 solar projects, 70 fuel cell locations and two battery storage facilities. The power produced from renewable generation is primarily sold through long-term contracts to utilities, electric cooperatives, municipalities and corporate customers.

As part of its growth strategy, Commercial Renewables has expanded its investment portfolio through the addition of distributed solar companies and projects, energy storage systems and energy management solutions specifically tailored to commercial businesses.

1 As of December 31, 2020.
2 For the year ended December 31, 2020.
3 Contains projects included in tax equity structures where investors have differing interests in the projects’ economic attributes (100% of the tax equity projects’ capacity is included).

Utility Service Territories*

Map of Duke Energy service territories

Duke Energy Indiana

Duke Energy Ohio/Kentucky

Duke Energy Carolinas/Progress

Piedmont Natural Gas

Overlapping territory (Duke Energy/Piedmont Natural Gas)

Duke Energy Florida

*Portions of some counties served by other utilities.

Commercial and Regulated Renewable Projects

Solar power projects

Wind power projects

Battery storage facilities

Solar plus storage facilities


Operated and/or monitored for third-party owners

Under construction

*Denotes Duke Energy Renewables Commercial LLC solar locations.

Map of commercial and regulated renewable projects

As of December 31, 2020.