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Lisa Mitchell Parrish

Wrong Lisa Mitchell Parrish?

Spokeswoman

Duke Energy Corp.
526 S. Church St.
Charlotte , North Carolina 28202
United States

Company Description: Duke Energy Corporation (Duke Energy) is an energy company located in the Americas that provides its services through four business units. The Company’s business...   more
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Lisa Parrish, a spokeswoman ...
www.heraldsun.com, 12 Feb 2014 [cached]
Lisa Parrish, a spokeswoman for Duke Energy, said the utility was bringing in 3,400 lineman and other technical crew members from Ohio, Kentucky and Florida to help restore power. She said the utility was asking for patience from customers, especially those in the eastern part of the state.
"We're expecting multi-day outages," she said.
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Lisa Parrish, Regional Communications Director, Duke Energy NC
Authorities were still working to develop ...
www.kxlf.com, 10 Feb 2014 [cached]
Authorities were still working to develop a cleanup plan Sunday, Duke Energy spokeswoman Lisa Parrish said.
"Simultaneous efforts have been under way to not only plug the pipe and cap the system, which we successfully achieved last night, but also to test water quality. We've been testing water quality since the leak occurred and will continue to do so," she said.
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Parrish said Sunday that the utility is in the midst of plans to close the sites where it stores coal ash in North Carolina.
"Ash basin closure planning is already well under way for the ash basins located in North Carolina, including the one at Dan River," Parrish said.
The total increase for an average ...
www.shelbystar.com, 8 July 2013 [cached]
The total increase for an average home would be less than $8 a month, according to Lisa Parrish, Duke Energy spokeswoman.
Why the increase?
New power plants - including substantial upgrades to Duke's Cliffside plant - and facility improvements have forced the need for rate increases, according to Parrish.
Some Duke Energy plants were built in the 1940s and needed to be replaced, she said.
Now that new facilities have been put in place and others have been upgraded, the company needs to recoup some of the cost, Parrish said.
"Our job is to make sure the power is on when you need it, and we've got to keep our plants in top condition," she said.
The Utilities Commission will review information gathered during this week's hearings and likely announce a decision in September, Parrish said.
...
The total increase for an average home would be less than $8 a month, according to Lisa Parrish, Duke Energy spokeswoman.
Why the increase?
New power plants - including substantial upgrades to Duke's Cliffside plant - and facility improvements have forced the need for rate increases, according to Parrish.
Some Duke Energy plants were built in the 1940s and needed to be replaced, she said.
Now that new facilities have been put in place and others have been upgraded, the company needs to recoup some of the cost, Parrish said.
"Our job is to make sure the power is on when you need it, and we've got to keep our plants in top condition," she said.
The Utilities Commission will review information gathered during this week's hearings and likely announce a decision in September, Parrish said.
The total increase for an average ...
www.gastongazette.com, 8 July 2013 [cached]
The total increase for an average home would be less than $8 a month, according to Lisa Parrish, Duke Energy spokeswoman.
...
New power plants and facility improvements have forced the need for rate increases, according to Parrish.
Some Duke Energy plants were built in the 1940s and needed to be replaced, she said.
Now that new facilities have been put in place and others have been upgraded, the company needs to recoup some of the cost, Parrish said.
"Our job is to make sure the power is on when you need it, and we've got to keep our plants in top condition," she said.
The Utilities Commission will review information gathered during this week's hearings and likely announce a decision in September, Parrish said.
...
The total increase for an average home would be less than $8 a month, according to Lisa Parrish, Duke Energy spokeswoman.
...
New power plants and facility improvements have forced the need for rate increases, according to Parrish.
Some Duke Energy plants were built in the 1940s and needed to be replaced, she said.
Now that new facilities have been put in place and others have been upgraded, the company needs to recoup some of the cost, Parrish said.
"Our job is to make sure the power is on when you need it, and we've got to keep our plants in top condition," she said.
The Utilities Commission will review information gathered during this week's hearings and likely announce a decision in September, Parrish said.
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