Duke Energy and the Nuclear Renaissance Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

To optimize their effectiveness, color cases should be printed in colour. Duke Energy, an American investor-owned electric utility, confronts multibillion dollar choices about its future fuel combination. In particular, its leaders are considering building new nuclear capability. Whether this is sensible depends, among other things, on demand increase, capital costs, fossil fuel prices, in assembling the reactors potential regulatory or other delays, and potential future restrictions on carbon dioxide. CEO Jim Rogers considers that nuclear power makes sense from a societal point of view but also must consider the outlooks of his ratepayers and his shareholders.

PUBLICATION DATE: September 12, 2011 PRODUCT #: 712002-PDF-ENG

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