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Documents indicate Duke hid info from Utilities Commission

The following was released this morning by the good people at NC WARN:

Internal Document Indicates Duke Energy Hid Damning News on Broken Nuclear Plant before Merger with Progress Energy was Approved
Johnson memo to his board members strongly suggests Duke misled regulators in various states; NC WARN says this bolsters legal case to reopen merger hearings

Durham, NC – An April memo from ousted CEO Bill Johnson appears to confirm long-running concerns by a watchdog group that Duke Energy hid vital information from regulators in several states prior to the July closing of the utility’s controversial takeover of Progress Energy. NC WARN today filed the document with the NC Utilities Commission in support of the group’s case that merger hearings must be reopened to determine if billions of dollars in hidden costs offset the very savings to the public that are required of such a utility merger.

Read the entire release by clicking here.

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