NC Sustainable Energy Association

2013 Making Energy Work Conference: November 5 - 6

You are cordially invited to be part of the NC Sustainable Energy Association’s Annual Conference Making Energy Work

NC Sustainable Energy Association's 2013 Making Energy Work Conference offers unprecedented access to the latest information, solutions and technologies driving the success of North Carolina's renewable energy and energy efficiency businesses. Join hundreds of state and national clean energy leaders and embrace the chance to inspire strategies for continued growth. 

When
November 5 - 6

Where
Raleigh Convention Center
500 South Salisbury Street 
Raleigh, NC 27601

Why Attend

  • Gain an up-to-date perspective on the state of the industry, policy developments, and emerging technologies.
  • Learn the keys to successfully design,finance, and build renewable energy projects.
  • Learn how energy efficiency can enhance business profitability.
  • Explore how to do business in North Carolina – and with whom.
  • Network with energy leaders,consumers, business prospects and many others
  • Participate in interactive conference sessions and share best practices

Who Should Attend

  • Electric Utilities and Independent Power Producers
  • Local, State and Federal Government Officials and Staff
  • Business Owners and their Employees
  • Consultants, Energy Advisory & Planning Agencies
  • Community College and University Researchers, Students and Educators
  • Commercial and Industrial Energy Customers
  • Clean Energy Site Owners and Managers
  • Manufacturers of Renewable Energy Systems
  • Clean Energy Architects, Engineers and Construction Representatives
  • Start-up Entrepreneurs
  • Bankers, Investors

 

The 2013 Making Energy Work Conference offers unprecedented access to the latest information, solutions and technologies fueling the success of North Carolina's renewable energy and energy efficiency businesses.  Join hundreds of state,
national and international clean energy leaders and embrace the chance to inspire strategies for continued growth.  Learn how you can help move North Carolina from a policy-driven market to a market-driven clean energy economy  generating opportunities for further prosperity in North Carolina, the Southeast and the nation.

North Carolina offers abundant opportunities for expanding markets and leading the way in the Southeast’s clean energy  economy. The clean energy sector contributed nearly 15,200 full-time and conservatively generated over $3.7 billion in annual gross revenue in 2012.   Clean energy companies maintained nearly 1,400 offices across 86 of North Carolina’s 100 counties.  Nineteen renewable energy and energy efficiency companies made 2012 Inc. Magazine’s top 500 list of fastest growing companies in the United States including North Carolina based FLS Energy.  North Carolina is nationally recognized as a smart grid industry hub and ranked #8 in the nation for newly- installed solar capacity. Join us as we celebrate these and other milestones and discuss ways to continue North Carolina’s clean energy success.

Attendee Profile

  • The NC Sustainable Energy Association expects approximately 500 to 600 people in attendance   
  • Electric Utilities and Independent Power Producers
  • Local, State and Federal Government Officials and Staff
  • Clean Energy Business Owners and Employees
  • Planning Agencies, Energy Advisory and Consultants
  • Clean Energy Architects, Engineers and Construction Representatives
  • Community College and University Researchers,
  • Students and Educators
  • Commercial and Industrial Energy Customers
  • Clean Energy Technology Adopters, Site Owners and Managers
  • Manufacturers of Renewable Energy Systems
  • Clean Energy System Integrators
  • Start-up Entrepreneurs
  • Financial Providers  and Investors

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