Duke Energy Generation Services has announced its seventh wind-farm construction project in less than two years.
What does DEGS stand for?
DEGS stands for Duke Energy Generation Services (Charlotte, NC)
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The Silver Sage project is another sign of the momentum we're building in our renewable energy business," said Wouter van Kempen, president of Duke Energy Generation Services (DEGS), a business unit of Duke Energy that owns and develops renewable power assets.
Prior to joining DCP in 2010, he was president of Duke Energy Generation Services.
Duke Energy Generation Services is a leader in developing innovative renewable energy solutions, including wind, solar and biopower projects.
Duke Energy Generation Services (DEGS) develops, owns and operates electric generation for large energy consumers, municipalities, utilities and industrial facilities.
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that Duke Energy Generation Services (DEGS) recently acquired from SunEdison.
The assets become part of Duke Energy Generation Services (DEGS), a Duke Energy subsidiary that focuses on investments in onsite energy, commercial and renewable energy assets across North America.