Duke Energy signs contract with DOE

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Duke Energy signed a contract with the U.S.

Department of Energy (DOE) for the disposal of used nuclear fuel generated at its proposed William States Lee III Nuclear Station.

The contract provides for the DOE's acceptance and permanent disposal of all fuel from the station. For this service, the company will pay a $1 per megawatt-hour fee for electricity generated and sold from Lee Nuclear. This is consistent with the existing used fuel disposal contract fee for Duke Energy's operating nuclear fleet.

Duke Energy Corporation (Duke Energy) is an energy company located in the Americas that provides its services through four business units.



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