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Duke Energy still adding up repair costs for Florence, Michael

bizjournals Monday, 15 October 2018
Duke Energy Corp. says it handed ended up with more than 10,000 line crews and support workers in the Carolinas to restore power to about 1.1 million customers who suffered outages caused by Tropical Storm Michael. The storm raced through the two states Thursday, causing considerably more damage than the company had expected last week, when it assigned 6,000 workers to the Carolinas. Duke's initial estimates for outages ranged from 300,000 to 500,000 customers. Duke (NYSE: DUK) spokeswoman Meghan…
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News video: Duke Energy crews racing to restore power in Florida Panhandle following Hurricane Michael

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Duke Energy crews are working to restore power to the Florida Panhandle but are encountering many challenges along the way.

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