Duke Energy 's ( DUK ) biggest business division is its Regulated Utilities business. Over the last five years, the revenue for this division has grown at a CAGR of 2.6%. This growth has been the combined effect of a 0.5% increase in electricity sold to each customer, 0.8% growth in number of customers and 1.3% increase in the per unit price of electricity sold to customers.
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