Good, CEO since 2013, has spent much of her time at America’s largest utility dealing with a massive coal-ash spill and enacting new safety measures. Now she has moved swiftly to bolster Duke’s core utility business, investing $2 billion in a new natural-gas pipeline for North Carolina customers, and she hopes to spend another $2 billion to modernize Indiana’s electrical grid. Good, who joined the Boeing board in August, also plans to invest $3 billion in renewables over the next five years.
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Duke Energy CEO: How I dealt with an environmental disaster
Lynn Good CEO of Duke Energy, the country’s largest electric power company, talks about the company’s coal ash spill in North Carolina and what she learned from Mary Barra’s corporate crisis.