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Charlotte, N.C.-based Duke Energy has announced several executive changes.
Lloyd Yates, previously executive vice president of customer operations, will be executive vice president of regulated utilities. Marc Manly will be executive vice president, as well as president of commercial businesses. Manly previously was executive vice president and chief legal officer. Chuck Whitlock, interim president of commercial businesses since July, will return to his previous role as president of Midwest commercial generation. 

Julie Janson, previously state president of Duke Energy Ohio and Duke Energy Kentucky, will be executive vice president and chief legal officer. Jim Henning will be state president of Duke Energy Ohio and Duke Energy Kentucky. Henning previously was vice president of government and regulatory affairs for Duke Energy Ohio and Duke Energy Kentucky.

Keith Trent will be executive vice president and chief operating officer of regulated utilities, comprising customer operations; regulated fossil generation; regulated hydroelectric generation; health and safety; environmental; fuels and system optimization; and central engineering and services. Trent previously was executive vice president of regulated utilities.

Dhiaa Jamil, executive vice president and chief nuclear officer, will oversee company-wide project management and construction, in addition to his current duties. In addition, Jeff Lyash, executive vice president of energy supply, has decided to leave the company, effective Dec. 31.




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