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Tim Pettit

Director, Regional Communications

Duke Energy Corp.

HQ Phone:  (704) 382-3853

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Duke Energy Corp.

550 S Tryon St

Charlotte, North Carolina,28202

United States

Company Description

Duke Energy is the largest electric power holding company in the United States. Its regulated utility operations serve approximately 7.3 million electric customers located in six states in the Southeast and Midwest, representing a population of approximately 2...more

Background Information

Employment History

Power Spokesman

Duke University


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www.yourdailyjournal.com

Duke Energy has not experienced any substantial growth or decline in employment rates recently, according to Tim Pettit, spokesperson for the company.
"Our employment numbers have been pretty steady in Richmond County over the past year or so," said Pettit. "We brought the combined cycle generating plant into commercial operation back in 2011 so no there (haven't) been any real staffing changes there since the completion of construction and initial staffing of the plant in 2011. Our power distribution department has also been pretty constant as well through this time period," he said. "The only real changes we've seen at Duke Energy over the past year have basically been associated with completion of our merger with Progress Energy and those changes have been associated primarily with the consolidation of corporate functions that were located in Raleigh and Charlotte," Pettit said.


m.charlotteobserver.com

We support a centralized interim storage facility for plants that have shut down, and to ultimately relieve some of the expense and responsibility of storing at those sites, said Duke Energy spokesman Tim Pettit.
Were not really in the business of prescribing where that is sited.


www.newsobserver.com

Tim Pettit, a Duke Energy spokesman, said the company had sent a crew trained to deal with high-voltage lines to the scene at the request of police.
"It doesn't appear there was any damage" to the power line, and there were no power outages, Pettit said. "Durham police are taking the lead on this," Pettit said in declining to confirm that the boy had been on the tower. He warned, however, "No member of the public should ever attempt to climb one of our towers or even a utility pole in your neighborhood" or try to enter a fenced substation. "There are high voltages that can be dangerous or even fatal." "Our hearts go out to the family" of the boy who died, Pettit said.


tribstar.com

To the latter issue, Duke Energy spokesman Tim Pettit said the industry is in a constant state of readiness.
"That's been the hallmark of the nuclear industry in the U.S.," he said. But Pettit said differences between the Japanese and American nuclear industries abound, noting that since the Three Mile Island incident in 1979, training and maintenance have been high priorities. "It's really premature to draw any conclusions between that plant and any plants here in the United States," he said, pointing out that Duke Energy nuclear operators spend one week every five in school, simulating events such as earthquakes and hurricanes. While no American nuclear reactors have been commissioned since 1979, several already under way at that time were completed. Pettit said Duke Energy's newest plant came into operation in 1986.


www.wittsenvis.org [cached]

Tim Pettit, a spokesman for Duke, said "This vindication is certainly a win for our customers and company and will allow us to utilize the investment that's been made in the Wabash station to meet the energy needs of the region in a cost- effective manner".


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