April 2021, Vol. 248, No. 4


Projects April 2021

Duke Energy Begins Replacing Aging Gas Pipeline  Construction got underway this week on the 12-mile Central Corridor replacement pipeline designed to run though Hamilton County, Ohio, which is in the southeast corner of the state and contains the capital city of Cincinnati.  Duke said the aging infrastructure needs to be replaced as part of an effort to reduce reliance on gas from stations to the south and allow the company to go forward with retirement of peaking plants used during winter.  The company said it has critical propane peaking facilities that help provide natural gas to its regional customers during the coldest days, but  those plants must be retired.  “The Central Corridor

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