Although there are a number of ways to reach operational goals and achieve Duke Energy’s net-zero carbon emission target, we cannot achieve these milestones without engaged employees leading the way. We took some time to ask employees about their...
What if your driver’s license was about to expire, and there was no way to get another one? You still have a perfectly good car. You are a skilled and responsible driver. There are still places you need to go. The nuclear industry faced a similar...
Now more than ever, nonprofit organizations and charities need to get the word out about their efforts in the community. Duke Energy’s World of Energy education center at Oconee Nuclear Station, near Seneca, S.C., is proud to support these efforts...
Among the trees decorated this year at the World of Energy’s Festival of Trees, a kid-favorite is a tree with a yellow LEGO toy head as a tree-topper and wreath and ball LEGO ornaments donning its branches. It even has LEGO ornaments uniquely painted and drawn by students from YouthLink’s FIRST LEGO League.
The World of Energy at Oconee Nuclear Station celebrates the holiday season with the Festival of Trees display in its lobby. This week, we are sharing stories from a few of the nonprofits represented at this year's festival.
You know Dasher and Dancer, Prancer and Vixen, Comet and Cupid but we bet you never knew that Santa was a nuclear worker.
Much has changed since the last Pacific-to-Atlantic total solar eclipse across the U.S in June 1918 – including our energy mix.
Energy education centers are popular destinations for all types of classes and students of all ages - including teachers,
This summer, a few of our nuclear interns are writing about their time at Duke Energy. We asked them to reflect on their most interesting experiences as interns so far.
In some ways, The Tribble Center in Seneca, S.C., is a typical warehouse: boxes packed for shipping, work tables full of men and women constructing electronic measurement instruments, surrounded by wires, screwdrivers and tape measures. Yet, the center, which provides services for people with intellectual disabilities, is much more.