Duke Energy

Ohio River Spill
9:18 pm
Mon August 25, 2014

More fuel than originally thought spilled into Ohio River

Duke Energy is now reporting 9,000 gallons of fuel spilled into the Ohio River August 18 at the W.C. Beckjord Station. The original estimate was about 5,000 gallons.

“We are pleased with the cleanup progress we’ve made and will continue to do further remediation as needed as a result of the spill,” said Chuck Whitlock, Duke Energy president of Midwest Commercial Generation and vice president of gas operations. “The collaboration of the different agencies during this cleanup has proven to be invaluable.”

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Environment
3:45 pm
Tue August 19, 2014

Fuel spill in Ohio River in Clermont County-portion of river closed

Update at 7:20 AM: Cincinnati's water intakes on the Ohio River are re-opened this morning following a diesel fuel spill yesterday at a Duke Energy Power Plant in New Richmond.  Water officials say the spill has passed through the Cincinnati area.

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Environment
3:00 am
Sat April 12, 2014

How to save energy and money during warmer temperatures

Credit Holly Yurchison / WVXU

With temperatures Saturday expected in the mid to upper 70s, Duke Energy is rolling out some tips to help you keep your energy bill low this spring and summer.

Warm weather energy-savings information

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Local News
1:21 pm
Wed March 19, 2014

Downtown lane closures coming for streetcar work

Downtown drivers can expect Seventh Street to be down to one lane between Main and Walnut streets starting Monday, due to electric utility work for the streetcar project.

Main Street is also being reduced to one lane between Sixth and Seventh streets. There will be no left turn on to Main Street from Seventh and motorists are advised to get to Main Street via Sycamore to Sixth Street.

The lane closures will last for about a month, said John Deatrick, the project executive for the Cincinnati streetcar project.

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Bond Hill
3:56 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Bond Hill/Roselawn ripe for redevelopment

Construction crews are grading a 13-acre site on Seymour near Reading where TechSolve will expland.
Ann Thompson WVXU

The Port Authority is preparing to market nearly 40 acres of land in the Roselawn/Bond Hill area with hopes it will jumpstart economic development there.

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