Duke Energy has been looking for Ohio's oldest fridge throughout the summer.
Here's Duke's announcement about the local winners:
Some preliminary construction work on the Cincinnati streetcar project will result in a downtown street closing this weekend.Duke Energy will be working at the intersection of Fifth and Walnut Streets to relocate underground electric facilities, according to a press release from the city.The closures will begin Friday at 6 p.m. and remain in place until Monday at 6 a.m.West Fifth Street will be closed between Vine and Main. Walnut Street will be closed between East Sixth and East Fourth.
Duke Energy tore apart an old refrigerator Thursday... and not just because someone thought destruction sounded fun. The demonstration highlights Duke's appliance recycling program.
Duke Energy is farming out its gas meter and line inspections. Spokeswoman Sally Thelen says that means someone new could be knocking on your door. She says customers shouldn't be alarmed to see a contractor show up to read and inspect meters.
So you've got a refrigerator you suspect Methuselah might have used at some point in his life? Then utilities across the state of Ohio, including Duke, want to hear from you. They've kicked off Ohio's Oldest Refrigerator contest and say they'll pay a $1,250 prize for the state's most ancient fridge or freezer.