Co-founder of Go Green Energy Consulting in Southfield. Go Green provides audits and related home improvement for homeowners to identify and implement energy-saving opportunities. Starting the company a year before he graduated from college, Duke has turned the two-year-old business into a successful venture with nine employees and nearly half a million dollars in revenue. Duke became interested in green energy after his family's home burned down in 2006. He had a professor who introduced him to energy conservation, and he decided to work with the builder to make the new house as efficient as possible. At Michigan State University, Duke helped to develop legislation and co-hosted an event at the state capitol in Lansing to urge lawmakers to pass the Clean, Renewable and Efficient Energy Act, which established a renewable energy standard for the state of Michigan. The renewable energy standard requires Michigan electric providers to achieve a retail supply portfolio that includes at least 10 percent renewable energy by 2015. Duke also speaks at conferences about renewable energy, including the Midwest Power Shift 2011 conference. He also has volunteered to help restore and re-open the Belle Isle Aquarium. He is a Building Performance Institute (BPI)-certified home energy specialist with his Building Analyst certification. Duke received his bachelor's degree in business from Michigan State University.