How Is Duke Energy’s Business Distributed Geographically

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Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK) is involved in the sale of electricity in North and South Carolina, Florida, Ohio and Indiana. Additionally, it merged with Progress Energy, giving it access to customers in North and South Carolina and Florida. The tables below show how the company’s business is distributed in various regions both in terms of revenue generated from those businesses and the units of electricity sold in the regulated segment. The first table shows the revenue generated from each geographic region and the second shows the units of electricity sold. The second table shows the same in terms of percentage contributions.

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These tables show the importance of the Carolinas to Duke’s business since it gets close to a third of its revenue and sells close to a third of its units in these areas. The tables also show the per unit prices in Florida are much higher than in the rest of these regions.

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