The electrical grid is rapidly evolving into a more distributed model. As part of this shift, we have seen the convergence of onsite and offsite renewable solutions such as solar, wind, or battery storage amongst large corporate energy buyers. In this eBook, Duke Energy Renewables and REC Solar look at:

  • The trends driving enterprise adoption of renewables
  • Use cases for onsite solar energy
  • Use cases for offsite renewable energy
  • Use cases for a combination of onsite and offsite renewables
  • How to evaluate the best options for your business

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Duke Energy One (“DEOne”), Duke Energy Renewables (“DE Renewables”) and REC Solar are not the same companies as Duke Energy Corporation’s regulated utilities, including Duke Energy Carolinas, Duke Energy Florida, Duke Energy Kentucky, Duke Energy Indiana, Duke Energy Ohio and Duke Energy Progress (“Regulated Utilities”); DEOne, DE Renewables and REC Solar are not in any way sanctioned by the state utility commissions regulating the Regulated Utilities; Purchasers of products or services from DEOne, DE Renewables and REC Solar will receive no preference or special treatment from the Regulated Utilities; and a customer does not have to buy products or services from DEOne, DE Renewables or REC Solar in order to continue to receive the same safe and reliable electric or gas service from the Regulated Utilities. Nonpayment for these products or services may result in removal from the program, but will not result in disconnection of electric or gas service by the Regulated Utilities. THIS MESSAGE IS PAID FOR BY THE SHAREHOLDERS OF DUKE ENERGY CORPORATION.