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DUKE ENERGY TODAY

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FACTS ABOUT DUKE ENERGY


150+ years of service


4 million customers


Fortune 500


$59+ billion in assets


Stock dividends for 80+ years


Traded on NYSE as DUK


Dow Jones Sustainability World

Index

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OUR ASPIRATIONS


Decarbonize our power generation


Help make our communities the most energy efficient in the world

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“These aspirations are grounded in our
commitments to provide our customers
with clean, affordable and reliable
electric and gas services.”

Jim Rogers

Chairman, President and CEO

THE BUSINESSES WE’RE IN

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Regulated generation,
electric and gas
transmission and
distribution systems


Duke Energy Carolinas


Duke Energy Ohio


Duke Energy Kentucky


Duke Energy Indiana

U.S. Franchised
Electric & Gas

Commercial
Power

Duke Energy
International

Unregulated
generation

Primarily Latin
American assets


Duke Energy Renewables


Duke Energy Generation
Services (DEGS)


Duke Energy Retail

U.S. FRANCHISED ELECTRIC AND GAS

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5 states: North Carolina,
South Carolina, Indiana,
Ohio and Kentucky


50,000 square miles of
service area


27,000 MW of regulated
generating capacity


4.0 million retail electric
customers


500,000 retail gas
customers

COMMERCIAL POWER

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MIDWEST GENERATION


Approx. 7,550 net MW of
unregulated generation


Over 50% of generation is
dedicated to Ohio customers

DEGS


On
-
site energy solutions and
utility services provider


Working to build commercial
transmission capacity


COMMERCIAL POWER


RENEWABLE GENERATION

WIND GENERATION


Nearly 1,000 MW of wind power in
commercial operation


Over 5,000 MW of wind energy projects in
development

SOLAR


Entered commercial solar power business
in early 2010


Owns 16 MW of commercial solar capacity

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DUKE ENERGY INTERNATIONAL

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Approx. 4,000 MW of
generating capacity


6 countries:


Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador,

El Salvador, Guatemala

and Peru


4
th

largest generator in

Latin America

(based on net capacity)

OUR MISSION


WHAT WE DO


We make people’s lives better by
providing gas and electric services
in a sustainable way


This requires us to constantly look
for ways to improve, to grow and
to reduce our impact on the
environment

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ENERGY EFFICIENCY


Duke Energy is committed to helping customers save power and
money through energy efficiency

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Grid Modernization


Building a smarter power grid is an essential part of Duke Energy’s effort to
provide customers with affordable, reliable and increasingly clean energy.

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Grid Modernization


A broad
-
based approach that includes:


digital smart meters,


distribution automation


a communications network and


information technology required to collect and manage all of the
data made available through the digital devices.


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Grid Modernization


Schedule


We are at the halfway point of a five
-
year deployment effort and to
date have installed more than 210,000 electric and 153,000 gas
meters; nearly 40,000 communication nodes; 16 self
-
healing teams
and a number of other distribution automation devices.


Benefits


Fewer estimated bills,


Faster service with remote connects and disconnects


More programs giving customers greater control over their energy
use and costs.


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Grid Modernization


Results


Distribution Automation equipment is reducing the number of
sustained power outages, shortening the duration of those outages
and providing us with near real
-
time data which enhances
distribution system operations and planning.


The self
-
healing equipment we have installed since 2008 has
helped nearly 9,000 customers avoid a sustained power outage.


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OUR COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITIES


Volunteer support


Financial support


Economic development

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COMMITTED TO SUSTAINABILITY


At Duke Energy, sustainability means doing business in a way that is
good for people, the planet and profits

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Commercial Business

























Electric Operations


Gas Operations

Customer
Strategy

Marketing

Smart
Grid

Call
Center

Billing
Operations

LB
Relations

Retail Customer Products and Services

Wind

Solar

ORGANIZATION

International

Retail


Regulated Utility Operations




























Gas Operations


Retail Customer Products and Services








Customer
Strategy

Marketing

Smart
Grid

Call
Center

Billing
Operations

Business
Relations





Electric Operations

Mission



to help our customers use energy more effectively to improve
competitiveness, profitability and grow their businesses











Account Managers



Technical Service

Specialists



LARGE BUSINESS RELATIONS

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Primary point of
contact

Smart

$aver®
incentives

PowerShare
®
Demand
Response

Reliability

Power Quality

Outage scheduling

Liaison with Electric
and Gas Operations

Billing Matters

Emergency/Outage
Calls

Billing Matters

Business Service

Center

OFFERINGS

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Smart $aver Program Incentives


Cash incentives for installing energy conservation measures



Powershare

Demand Response


Bill credits for helping us manage our peak load on hottest days of the year




Power Quality Clinic


Training in power quality basics


In
-
person walkthrough of your facility



Long Term Fundamental Price Forecast

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Smart $aver Program




Assessments


Identify ways your company
can save energy, reduce bills,
become greener
.



Cash incentives for installing
energy conservation measures


Lighting


Food service


HVAC and controls


Motors, pumps and drives


Most other energy saving
projects


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Saving customers
over


$11 million


in annual energy
costs


Since 2009,

Duke Energy has
paid out over


$12
million

in incentives

PRESCRIPTIVE INCENTIVES

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Smart $aver
-

Prescriptive

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FIVE TECHNOLOGY GROUPS


HVAC (cooling)


Includes

thermal storage,
chillers



Motors/pumps/

variable frequency

drives


Food services

equipment


Lighting


Process

equipment

Over 250 incentive possibilities

Prescriptive Incentives

Smart $aver
®

PRESCRIPTIVE INCENTIVE PROGRAMS

Who is Eligible?

All Duke Energy business customers who are not on a residential rate and
who have not opted out of the program

Who can receive the
payment?

Customer, Vendor, or other Third Party can receive the incentive payment

More information

found at:

Application

forms, FAQs and additional information

found at
www.duke
-
energy.com

under the Business or Large Business tab

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RULES and REQUIREMENTS

Prescriptive Incentives

Up to
$50
incentive per fixture for retrofit of lighting to T8 with Electronic Ballast

Up to
$50

incentive per fixture for Compact Fluorescent Light Fixture


$25
incentive per fixture for Metal Halide Pulse Start Light Fixture


$50
per door for LED lighting in refrigerated cases


$10
incentive per LED Exit Sign

Up to

$40
incentive per Occupancy Sensor

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HIGH EFFICIENCY LIGHTING INCENTIVES

Prescriptive Incentives

Just Added:

Up to

$15
for fixture for LED fixtures

Up to
$5

for specialty CFL bulbs

Up to
$400

Exterior and Garage LED and Induction Lighting

Up to
$30

for Ceramic Metal Halide Fixtures

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Prescriptive Incentives

HIGH EFFICIENCY LIGHTING INCENTIVES

Up to
$40
/ton for Efficient Central Air Unit

Up to
$50
incentive for ENERGY STAR® qualified Window and Sleeve AC


$1
/sq ft incentive for Window Film


$190
/kW shift for Thermal Storage

Up to
$64
/ton incentive for ARI
-
rated efficient Chiller

Up to

$9,000
incentive for efficient Heat Pump Water Heater

Up to
$4
per ton incentive for Chiller Tune
-
ups (
in Ohio only
)

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ENERGY EFFICIENT HEATING and COOLING

Prescriptive Incentives

Up to
$400
incentive for high efficiency pump

Up to
$40
/HP incentive for VFD retrofit on process pumping

Up to
$100
/HP incentive for VFD retrofit on HVAC equipment


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Pumps over 20 HP and VFDs over 50 HP must be submitted for pre
-
approval through a
custom application.

HIGH EFFICIENCY PUMPS and VFD’s

Prescriptive Incentives


$600

incentive for ENERGY STAR® qualified electric Commercial Steamer


$150
incentive for ENERGY STAR® qualified electric Commercial Fryer

Up to
$250
incentive for ENERGY STAR® electric Commercial Convection Oven


$1,000
incentive for qualified electric Commercial Combination Oven

Up to

$400
incentive for ENERGY STAR® qualified Commercial Holding Cabinet

Up to

$500
incentive for ENERGY STAR® qualified Commercial Ice Machine

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ENERGY EFFICIENT FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT

Prescriptive Incentives

Just Added:

Up to
$50

for Beverage and Snack Machine Controllers



$39

for ECM Case Motors for cases, coolers, and freezers



$1

for Door Gaskets for Coolers and Freezers



$18

for Pre
-
Rinse Sprayers

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ENERGY EFFICIENT FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT

Prescriptive Incentives


$1
per ton for Barrel Wraps on Injection Molds and Extruders

Up to


$40
/ft for Pellet Dryer Duct Insulation


$20
incentive for Engineered Nozzles for Compressed Air

Just Added:


$50

per horse power for Air Compressor equipped with VSD



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PROCESS EQUIPMENT

Prescriptive Incentives


Applications available at www.duke
-
energy.com


Three ways to get answers about Smart $aver nonresidential Prescriptive Incentives
(including eligibility and application status):

1.
Call 866
-
380
-
9580

2.
Submit Questions online




“E
-
mail a Question” located on the Duke Energy Smart $aver Web page


3.
Trade Allies can contact Rob Jung directly with questions:



513
-
300
-
1672


Three ways to submit applications:

1.
Email application to: PrescriptiveIncentives@duke
-
energy.com

2.
Fax application to:


866
-
908
-
4921

3.
Mail application to:


Duke Energy

Smart $aver Incentive Program

431
Charmany

Drive

Madison, WI 53719


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Prescriptive Incentives

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CUSTOM INCENTIVES

Smart $aver
-

Custom


Custom Incentives cover the unique, low volume and/or large
measures that Prescriptive Incentives do not.


There are exceptions:


Measures/equipment not meeting Prescriptive efficiency
requirements


Market standard choices


Unproven technologies


Distributed/onsite generation


Others

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DEFINITION


Kentucky


Available to K
-
12 schools


Ohio


Custom incentives available since January 2009 for all

non
-
residential customers.

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STATE BY STATE STATUS


Example


Recently approved project


Hotel HVAC EMS (400,000 Conditioned SF)


Temperature set
-
point limits


Unoccupied setbacks


Central EMS portal & control


500,000+ kWh Impact; 200+ Peak kW Impact


Note that peak impact may differ for offices and schools


Customer Cost:




$135,000


Estimated Annual Customer Savings:

$ 46,000


Custom Incentive




$ 68,000


Simple Payback with Incentive


1.5 Years

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ENERGY MANAGEMENT/CONTROLS


Example


Recently closed project


Electric Boiler & Humidification System


Right sizing


Ultrasonic humidifiers



Customer Cost:




$ 75,000


Estimated Annual Customer Savings:

$ 11,000


Custom Incentive




$ 16,000


Simple Payback with Incentive


5.4 Years

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UNIQUE PROJECTS

PROCESS and TIMELINE

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Step Two


Duke Energy
Evaluates
Application


Duke Energy
Communicates
Incentive Pre
-
Approval


Step Three


Customer Installs
Project


Customer Requests
Incentive Payment


Duke Energy Pays
Incentive

Step Four


Duke Energy
Performs
Measurement &
Verification*

1
-

2 months
(sooner if possible)


Installation time +
10 days for
payment


Occurs within a
few months after
installation


Step One


Customer
Completes the
Application


Customer or Trade
Ally Provides
Energy Savings

Calculations

Depends on Project


* Measurement & Verification is
performed on a portion of all
installations; pre
-
measurement
is sometimes requested prior to
equipment installation if time
allows

Custom Incentive applications can be delayed or rejected
because:


Energy savings must be well documented with
auditable calculations.


Dialogue with the applicant or vendor who performed the
calculations can sometimes take many weeks.


Customer signatures are required for the application to be
reviewed.

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COMMON REASONS for DELAY

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Why does Duke Energy want to pay me to use less of their product?

Traditional Utility Model

Utilities earn a return on capital
invested in power plants

New Utility Model

Utilities earn a return on capital
invested in energy efficiency

2.5 times
less
expensive

Better for the
environment

Duke Energy
SmartBuilding
Advantage



Identification, implementation and optimization of energy conservation
measures and integration with Smart Grid technology

Initial Assessment

Preliminary Energy
Conservation Measures

Investment Grade
Assessment

Smart $aver Incentives

Implementation

Smart Grid
Measurement

& Verification

Education, Awareness

& Recognition

What is

SmartBuilding

Advantage

?

SmartBuilding

Advantage


This development project was initiated in 2009 in order to develop a business case around
customers’ use of energy information and controls to enhance energy efficiency


Hospital

College Arena

Data Center

Office Building

Four Current Alpha Participants

SmartBuilding

Advantage


ALPHA PHASE PROJECTS



Projected Customer Cost: $156,000


Projected Annual Customer Savings


$49,500


15% of Electricity Expense


Years to Customer Payback: 3.2


Energy Conservation Measures:


Controls upgrade


HVAC optimization


Smart Grid integration


Continuous commissioning


Plan to expand the program to other properties
within their portfolio


“This allowed us to test
some things that we would
not have on our own. (And it
allowed us) to get closer to
Smart Grid solutions.”


SmartBuilding

Advantage



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Projected Customer Cost: $270,000


Projected Annual Customer Savings


$110,000


44% of Electrical Expenses


Years to Customer Payback: 2.5


Energy Conservation Measures:


HVAC upgrades


Controls upgrade


Lighting controls


Smart Grid integration


Continuous commissioning


Entering program again to continue projects in
their science buildings


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“We are learning how to take a
broader look at what we can do and
what the impact can be. The
(
SmartBuilding
Advantage

)

program
is also accelerating what we do and
expanding what we consider.”


SmartBuilding

Advantage



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Projected Customer Cost: $80,000



Projected Annual Customer Savings


$309,000


21% of Electrical Expense



Years to Customer Payback: 0.26



Energy Conservation Measures:


Test lab HVAC control


Fans


Scheduling equipment


Chilled water reset


De
-
lamping


Smart Grid integration


Continuous commissioning



Has asked when they can enroll their other 10
buildings into the program

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“Duke’s external high quality program
team is good support for us. It adds
resources that we do not have
ourselves. This (also) brings an
outside source that has credibility to
the table.”



SmartBuilding

Advantage



DATA CENTER



Projected Customer Cost: $450,000


Projected Annual Customer Savings


$150,000


29% of Electrical Expense


Years to Customer Payback: 3.0


Energy Conservation Measures:



HVAC upgrades


Controls upgrade


Lighting control


Smart Grid integration


Continuous commissioning


Has tripled scope of project to $1.5MM


Group has 11 hospitals within the Duke footprint

and has already asked to enroll their 2nd hospital.



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“Our people said Duke nailed it. We
looked at the report and were
impressed. The real value in this was
the engineering analysis


the
incentive was critical for approval, but
the engineering was very important.”



SmartBuilding

Advantage



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Vendor and equipment neutral


High
-
performance building expertise


Licensed Professional Engineers


Duke Energy Smart $aver incentives


Assistance in implementation of Energy

Conservation Measures


Marketing and public relations assistance


Smart Grid integration


SmartBuilding

Advantage



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Save 20% on electric energy spend, on average


Reduce dependence on new revenue stream generation


Improve productivity in a building operations


Compliance with industry codes and standards


Build employee and community energy efficiency awareness


Achieve recognition for meeting sustainability and green goals








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SmartBuilding

Advantage



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Participants should meet the following criteria:


Commercial or Institutional building owner


Committed to investing in Energy Efficiency projects


Be comfortable with a simple payback timeline for improvements of two
to four years


Have aggregate space greater than 100,000 square feet


Use more than 2.5 million kWh per year



If a client doesn’t meet the building type or size requirements, then our
Smart $aver standard assessment process is the path to consider


SmartBuilding

Advantage



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Questions?

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www.duke
-
energy.com

800
-
USE
-
DUKE

(800
-
873
-
3853)

[insert local contact name & #]