'Energy Choices Now' Roadshow Coming to a NC City Near You
The North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) is taking its “Energy Choices Now” Roadshow to every region of our state beginning in early April. See below for locations and dates. We encourage you to attend one of these educational events in your area.
- NCSEA Executive Director Ivan Urlaub will provide updates on the latest clean energy activity in your region and discuss clean energy issues being considered by the NC General Assembly;
- NCSEA Director of Government Affairs & Registered Lobbyist Julie Robinson will give an overview of the NC General Assembly, including the upcoming short session that begins on May 16, and helpful tips on how you can meet with legislators;
- You'll have the chance to engage in exciting discussions about the energy laws and regulations that impact your daily life - and meet and talk with Legislators;
- Plus, you will be able to enjoy great networking opportunities.
Join us – and please tell your friends, co-workers and colleagues. The events are free, but registration is required and space is limited.
Energy costs keep rising. But we can have power over our monthly electric bills. Clean energy policies passed over the last seven years have brought costs down, created jobs and fueled our economy. By furthering access to renewable energy and energy saving solutions, we can have even more stability and control over rising prices. It’s time North Carolina’s outdated policies and regulations kept pace with the overwhelming demand for clean energy resources.
Electricity is the backbone of our society. It powers our homes, our schools, our businesses, our cities and our churches. By working together in recent years, we’ve made a lot of progress in expanding our state’s clean energy economy, creating jobs, increasing renewable energy projects and becoming more energy efficient. If we’re going to make even more progress during this year’s legislative session, which begins in May, we need your involvement and engagement to build more support. Now is the time to make this happen! Learn how you can take charge when NCSEA’s “Energy Choices Now” Roadshow comes to a city near you.
Sign up below to attend the "Energy Choices Now" Roadshow event nearest you and we look forward to seeing you soon. (If you have any questions, please email Julie Robinson, NCSEA’s Director of Government Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.) Download a PDF of the events here.
NCSEA'S "ENERGY CHOICES NOW" ROADSHOW
Online registration for each event is below
(Note: Online registration will close the day before each event at 10am; however, we will allow on-site registration at events, if space allows. If on-site registration is unavailable, a message will be posted below.)
Tuesday, April 3, 2012:
American Institute of Architects (AIA) of NC
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
The Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park is beautifully decorated with a modern utopian appeal befitting the exciting surroundings of Biltmore Park
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Online Registration for the Charlotte event has closed. We will accept a limited number of "on-site" registrations at the event.
Space is extremely limited - if you previously registered for this event, but are no longer available to attend, please email email@example.com so we may offer your space to other attendees.
Wake Forest University Charlotte Center
Wake Forest University celebrated the grand opening of its Charlotte Center in Uptown in late January. The new state-of-the-art campus houses nationally ranked Evening and Saturday MBA degree programs for working professionals, as well as executive and continuing education programs.
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Online Registration for the Elizabeth City event has closed. You may register at the event.
College of The Albemarle (Elizabeth City Campus)
Foreman Technology Center Building, Room 121 A, 1208 N. Road Street
Click here to download the complete agenda.
The College of The Albemarle has a rich, 50 year history of providing exceptional educational and workforce development opportunities for the northeast region of
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