Clean Energy Connections
Stay Connected. Stay Informed. Stay Engaged.
The North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association's (NCSEA) innovative educational series Clean Energy Connections raises awareness for North Carolina's clean energy sector.
The events — held across the state and throughout the year — offer networking opportunities and tactics for succeeding in the state's thriving clean energy economy.
The series is designed for NCSEA members and the public.
Certain events, however, will be for members only or by invitation.
In addition to encouraging networking within individual communities throughout the state,
Clean Energy Connections events provide up-to-date information on the growth of North Carolina's
renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors.
Events are held statewide from Asheville to Charlotte and Wilmington to the Triangle.
Would you like to speak at an event?
If you and/or your business would like to present at one of our educational events please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. NCSEA welcomes expertise from all sectors of the clean energy economy! NCSEA members will receive priority when recruiting speakers for upcoming events.
Would you like to sponsor an event?
If you and/or your business would like to sponsor an event please contact email@example.com. Sponsorship levels start at $50, vary for each event,and may include:
* Listing in all pre-event publicity materials (including emails sent to 9,000+ people)
* Your company logo placed on the event website with a hyperlink to your website
* Your company logo displayed on screen during event
* Complimentary registrations to event
* One-page promotional flyer given to attendees
* Exhibit table provided at the event
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