Permalink: https://www.media.greenpeace.org/archive/Airship-Protests-Duke-Energy-in-Wilmington-27MZIFVTL41L.htmlConceptually similarAirship Protests Duke Energy in WilmingtonGP046G2Completed★★★★Airship Protests Duke Energy in WilmingtonGP046G4Completed★★★★Airship Protests Duke Energy in WilmingtonGP046G5Completed★★★★Airship Protests Duke Energy in WilmingtonGP046G6Completed★★★★Airship Protests Duke Energy in WilmingtonGP046G7Completed★★★★Airship Protests Duke Energy in WilmingtonGP046G8Completed★★★★Airship Protests Duke Energy in WilmingtonGP046G9Completed★★★★Airship Protests Duke Energy in WilmingtonGP046GACompleted★★★★Airship Protests Duke Energy in WilmingtonGP046GBCompleted★★★★View AllGP046G3Airship Protests Duke Energy in WilmingtonThe Greenpeace airship A.E. Bates flies with banners calling attention to Duke Energy plans to continue using coal, nuclear and other forms of dangerous energy at great public cost. The thermal airship flew with banners reading "Duke: Don't Raise Rates for Dirty Energy" and "Cleaner is Cheaper."Locations:North America-North Carolina-United States of America-Wilmington (North Carolina)Date:26 Jul, 2012Credit:© Alan Cradick / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2100px X 1500pxKeywords:A.E. Bates (airship)-Actions and protests-Aerial view-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Duke Energy-Energy-Energy infrastructures-KWCI (GPI)-Non-renewable energy-Outdoors-Renewable energyShoot:Airship Protests Duke Energy in WilmingtonThe Greenpeace Airship flies over Wilmington near the Atlantic Ocean with banners calling out Duke Energy for its dirty coal plants and investment in nuclear energy rather than clean, renewable energy sources. Duke has asked for a rate hike to saddle consumers with the costs of expanding coal power plants in North Carolina. Greenpeace issued a report July 25 giving Duke a roadmap to saving millions of dollars while transitioning to clean, renewable energy. Greenpeace will be flying the airship in a series of events across North Carolina.