Electricity provider Duke Energy, one of the largest energy holding companies in the US announced today the launch of Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, unifying the company’s sustainable energy solutions under a single commercial brand.

Chris Fallon, President, Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, said:

“We know customers are looking for energy solutions that can create real change in our communities while helping their bottom line. We’re combining decades of experience in project development, operations and financing to design innovative solutions that fit within customers’ existing infrastructure or create new renewable energy or resiliency solutions that will address their needs and help them achieve their sustainability goals.”

The new brand combines products and services offered by several Duke Energy subsidiaries, including Duke Energy Renewables, REC Solar and Duke Energy One, and aims to offer customized clean energy and resilient infrastructure solutions at scale for private and public companies, government-led organizations and educational institutions nationwide.

Resources under the new brand include wind, solar, resilient backup power and managed energy services to over 1,000 projects across the U.S., with a total electric capacity of more than 5,100 megawatts of nonregulated renewable energy.

Robert Vary, Senior Vice President, Sales and Relationship Management at Duke Energy, said:

“Over the last several years, it’s become clear to us that customers would benefit from a strategic partner that can evaluate their sustainability, resiliency and ESG goals on a holistic level. Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions lets us provide customers with a comprehensive approach to sustainability and resiliency, whether that be microgrid solutions, backup generation or power purchase agreements for on-premise or utility-scale solar or wind. We evaluate our customers’ needs and design unique solutions that will help meet their overall goals.”

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