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Duke Energy announces leadership changes

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World Coal,

Duke Energy has announced numerous leadership changes.

Dhiaa Jamil is to become Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Jamil currently oversees nuclear, fossil/hydro, fuels and systems optimisation, coal combustion products and transmission operations.

Melissa Anderson has been named Executive Vice President, Administration and Chief Human Resources Officer, assuming responsibility for the administrative services organisation.

"These changes support execution of our strategic priorities and commitment to operational excellence, while streamlining reporting responsibilities and using the bench-strength of our leadership team," said Lynn Good, President and CEO.

In addition, a new group, Business Transformation and Technology, is being formed to support the company's strategy.

Brian Savoy will lead the new organisation as Senior Vice President. Savoy, 40, has served as Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer and Controller, since 2013.

"This new group reflects the importance of technology as a transformational tool to achieve our strategic objectives," said Young.

Succeeding Savoy as Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer and Controller will be Bill Currens, 47, who currently serves as Vice President, Investor Relations.

Michael Callahan will succeed Currens as Vice President, Investor Relations.

The changes are effective in May.

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