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Duke Energy Corp.

Duke Energy Corp.

Sector: Electric And Other Services Combined Region: NC, United States


: | New York Stock Exchange: DUKH | New York Stock Exchange: DUK


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Duke Energy Corp. engages in electric power and gas distribution operations, and other energy services. The company through its subsidiaries operates its business under three segments: Regulated Utilities, International Energy and Commercial Power. The Regulated Utilities segment conducts electric and gas operations primarily through Duke Energy Carolinas, Duke Energy Progress, Duke Energy Florida, Duke Energy Indiana, and the regulated transmission and distribution operations of Duke Energy Ohio. This segment provides services to residential, general service and industrial customers. The International Energy segment principally operates and manages power generation facilities and engages in sales and marketing of electric power, natural gas, and natural gas liquids outside the U.S. Additionally, this segment producer of methanol and methyl tertiary butyl ether located in Saudi Arabia. The segment offers services to retail distributors, electric utilities, independent power producers, marketers, and industrial and commercial companies. The Commercial Power segment owns, operates and manages power plants and engages in the wholesale marketing and procurement of electric power, fuel and emission allowances related to these plants as well as other contractual positions. This segment generation operations consist primarily of Duke Energy Ohio's coal-fired and gas-fired non regulated generation assets located in the Midwest region of the U.S. and wind and solar generation located throughout the U.S. Duke Energy was founded on April 3, 2006 and is headquartered in Charlotte, NC.

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Executives

Lynn J. Good , President and Chief Executive Officer
Lynn Good is president and chief executive officer of Duke Energy. She also serves as vice chair of the company's board of directors. Prior to assuming her current role on July 1, 2013, Good served as executive vice president and chief financial officer for Duke Energy. She led the financial function, which includes the controller's office, treasury, tax, risk management and insurance, as well as corporate strategy and development. In addition, Good was responsible for the information technology and supply chain functions. Having served as Duke Energy's CFO since July 2009, Good continued in that role following the merger between Duke Energy and Progress Energy in July 2012. Before that, she served as group executive and president of Duke Energy's Commercial Businesses organization, since November 2007. She was responsible for the Midwest nonregulated generation, Duke Energy International, Duke Energy Generation Services, the telecommunications businesses, and all corporate development and merger and acquisition activities. Prior to that, Good served as senior vice president and treasurer for Duke Energy. She led the treasury functions for the company, as well as insurance, market and credit risk management, and corporate financial planning and analysis. Before the Duke Energy/Cinergy merger in April 2006, Good served as executive vice president and chief financial officer for Cinergy. Named to that role in September 2005, she was responsible for Cinergy's treasury, finance and accounting functions. Good joined Cinergy in May 2003 as vice president of financial project strategy. She was named vice president and controller later the same year, and vice president of finance and controller in January 2005. Prior to joining Cinergy, Good was a partner with the international accounting firm, Deloitte & Touche, based in Cincinnati, Ohio. From 1981 to 2002, she served in various senior management roles with Arthur Andersen, rising to partner in 1992. Good serves on the board of directors of Hubbell Inc., an international electrical and electronics manufacturer. She is also a board member of the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art in Charlotte. She earned Bachelor of Science degrees in systems analysis and accounting from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Good and her husband, Brian, have two sons. Duke Energy, the largest electric power company in the United States, supplies and delivers electricity to approximately 7 million customers in the Southeast and Midwest. The company also distributes natural gas in Ohio and Kentucky. Its commercial power and international businesses operate diverse power generation assets in North America and Latin America, including a growing renewable energy portfolio. Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., Duke Energy is a Fortune 250 company traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol DUK.
Lee T. Mazzocchi, Senior Vice President and Chief Integration and Innovation Offic
Lee Mazzocchi serves as senior vice president and chief integration and innovation officer for Duke Energy. He leads the company's emerging technology, integration and improvement, and sustainability organizations. These groups identify, assess and develop emerging technologies; optimize and measure integration efforts; and design and implement continuous improvement programs companywide. The sustainability group is responsible for Duke Energy's strategy to operate in a way that is good for people, the planet and profits.
Mazzocchi has more than 22 years of experience in the electric utility industry. Prior to the Duke Energy/Progress Energy merger in 2012, he served as vice president of supply chain and chief procurement officer for Progress Energy. In this role, he was responsible for Progress Energy's acquisition of products and services – totaling approximately $3 billion per year.
Mazzocchi began his career with Progress Energy in 1990 and held various leadership positions in power delivery (electric distribution and transmission) in the Carolinas. Before taking responsibility for the company's supply chain organization in 2009, he served as Progress Energy's vice president of distribution, where he was responsible for the Progress Energy Carolinas distribution system serving 1.4 million customers. He also served as executive sponsor for Progress Energy's initial investments in the smart grid initiative to save energy, strengthen system reliability and improve customer service through the use of advanced technology.
A native of Cary, N.C., Mazzocchi earned a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from North Carolina State University. He is a member of the board of directors and past chair of the American Red Cross, Triangle Chapter. He is also a board member of the N.C. State Engineering Foundation.
Mazzocchi and his wife, Julie, have two sons.
Duke Energy, the largest electric power company in the United States, supplies and delivers electricity to approximately 7 million customers in the Southeast and Midwest. The company also distributes natural gas in Ohio and Kentucky. Its commercial power and international businesses operate diverse power generation assets in North America and Latin America, including a growing renewable energy portfolio. Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., Duke Energy is a Fortune 250 company traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol DUK.
Dhiaa M. Jamil , Executive Vice President and President – Duke Energy Nuclear
Dhiaa Jamil serves as executive vice president and president of Duke Energy Nuclear. He has overall responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of the largest regulated nuclear generation fleet in the U.S. In addition, he oversees companywide project management and construction, and new plant development. Jamil has more than 30 years of experience in the energy industry. Previously, he served as Duke Energy’s executive vice president and chief nuclear officer. Before that, he served three years as a group executive, chief generation officer and chief nuclear officer responsible for the safe and efficient operation of nuclear, fossil and hydro generation fleets across Duke Energy’s then five-state service territory. He was also responsible for the company’s supply chain and environmental, health and safety functions. He joined Duke Power in 1981 as a design engineer in the design engineering department. After a series of promotions, he was named electrical systems engineering supervisor of Oconee Nuclear Station in 1989 and electrical systems engineering manager in 1994. He was named maintenance manager of McGuire Nuclear Station in 1997, station manager in 1999 and site vice president of McGuire Nuclear Station in 2002. In that role, Jamil was responsible for all aspects of the safe and efficient operation of the nuclear site. In 2003, he was named site vice president of Catawba Nuclear Station. In 2006, Jamil was named senior vice president of nuclear support. He led the organization responsible for plant support, major projects and fuel management for Duke Energy's nuclear fleet. In addition, he was responsible for regulatory support, nuclear oversight and safety analysis functions. He was named chief nuclear officer in 2008 and chief generation officer in 2009. Following the Duke Energy/Progress Energy merger in July 2012, he was named executive vice president and chief nuclear officer. He assumed his current position in March 2013. Jamil received a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and has completed the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program. He is a registered professional engineer in North Carolina and South Carolina. He also completed the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations’ (INPO) senior nuclear plant management course and received Duke Energy’s technical nuclear certification. He is currently a member of the INPO Executive Advisory Group and the Nuclear Energy Institute’s Nuclear Strategic Issues Advisory Committee Steering Group. He has completed a three-year assignment as a member of the Council of the National Academy for Nuclear Training and was a member of Dominion Energy Management Safety Review Advisory Committee, TVA Nuclear Safety Review Board and Pacific Gas & Electric Nuclear Safety Oversight Committee. Jamil is currently a trustee at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and serves as chair of the Energy Production and Infrastructure Center at UNC Charlotte. He also serves as a trustee of The Duke Energy Foundation. Jamil and his wife, Hope, have a daughter and two sons. Duke Energy, the largest electric power company in the United States, supplies and delivers electricity to approximately 7 million customers in the Southeast and Midwest. The company also distributes natural gas in Ohio and Kentucky. Its commercial power and international businesses operate diverse power generation assets in North America and Latin America, including a growing renewable energy portfolio. Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., Duke Energy is a Fortune 250 company traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol DUK.

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