Duke University is counting on gas captured from pig manure to meet its climate change goal, officials said at a forum Tuesday evening.
Duke University will indefinitely delay a proposed gas power plant for its campus in Durham, North Carolina, officials announced Friday.
A Duke University student says the school owes students more transparency around its decision to build a new gas plant.
A new project is helping Duke Energy meet a mandate to generate a small portion of its power from pig waste.
In the latest twist on the controversial power plant Duke University proposed last spring, an influential group of students, faculty and staff says it should be fueled from methane captured from hog waste, not natural gas.