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      www.duke-energy.com/about-us/power-plants.asp Duke Energy owns and operates regulated (franchised) and unregulated (wholesale) power plants in North America and Latin America.
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      www.cleco.com/-/power-plants Today, Cleco Power operates four power plants with 3,795 megawatts of *nameplate generating capacity. Cleco Power owns 2,524 megawatts of this capacity and Cleco ...
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