Duke Energy PUCO Says Utilities Must Return Tax Cut Proceeds To Customers By Associated Press • Apr 26, 2018 The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio has rejected legal arguments by the state's four electric utilities seeking to avoid returning proceeds from the federal tax cut to customers through rate reductions. Consumer And Faith Groups Oppose AEP's Latest Rate Hike Proposal By Jim Letizia • May 31, 2017 AEP webcast Duke Energy and Columbus-based American Electric Power want to increase their monthly fixed charge that is paid before the meter starts running. Stretch Of Ohio River Reopens After Fuel Oil Spill By Mike Foley & Associated Press • Aug 20, 2014 wcpo A 15-mile section of the Ohio River closed for cleanup after a fuel oil spill has reopened to river traffic, with some restrictions. Oil Spill At Coal-Fired Power Plant By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Aug 19, 2014 ohiocitizen.org An estimated 5 thousand gallons of fuel oil spilled from a Duke Energy coal-fired power plant into the Ohio River last night in New Richmond. SUPCO Blocks Duke From Passing Clean-Up Costs To Consumers By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • May 15, 2014 The Ohio Supreme Court has temporarily blocked Duke Energy from charging customers for pollution clean-up at its deactivated manufactured-gas plants. Duke Energy Sues Over Moving Utility Lines For Streetcar By Associated Press • Feb 18, 2013 A power company has sued Cincinnati, saying the company should not have to pay to relocate utility lines for a streetcar project.