Residents load bottled water near Duke Energy’s Allen power plant in Belmont in this file photo. Duke is seeking to have customers pay for bottled water the Charlotte-based utility has provided homeowners with private wells near coal ash storage sites.
Residents load bottled water near Duke Energy’s Allen power plant in Belmont in this file photo. Duke is seeking to have customers pay for bottled water the Charlotte-based utility has provided homeowners with private wells near coal ash storage sites. Bruce Henderson - The Charlotte Observer
Residents load bottled water near Duke Energy’s Allen power plant in Belmont in this file photo. Duke is seeking to have customers pay for bottled water the Charlotte-based utility has provided homeowners with private wells near coal ash storage sites. Bruce Henderson - The Charlotte Observer

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