The NC Sustainable Energy Association is proud to announce a partnership with Appalachian State University for the third annual Appalachian Energy Summit(AES) July 28-30. One of the goals of the AES is to connect graduates from the UNC system with leaders of North Carolina’s clean energy economy. The Appalachian Energy Summit will bring together campus leaders from the 17-campus UNC system, plus seven private colleges and universities throughout North Carolina. The goals of the Appalachian Energy Summit are as follows:
The NC Sustainable Energy Association Partners with Appalachian State University for the Appalachian Energy Summit July 28-30
NCSEA's Director of Government Affairs, Betsy McCorkle and GIS & Database Management Specialist, Jerry Carey are quoted in this excellent article in the Fayetterville Observer: Read the Article
Cost Recovery Docket Wrap-Up
N.C. Solar Center changes its name to N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center
RALEIGH, N.C. (July 15, 2014) – The N.C. Solar Center at N.C. State University has changed its name to the N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center, reaffirming its commitment to expanding support to all areas of clean energy. The Center serves as a resource for innovative, clean energy technologies through demonstration, technical assistance, outreach and training. It also works to break down barriers for clean energy technologies and businesses who want to locate and grow in the state.
CHARLOTTE, NC, July 8, 2014- Argand Energy Solutions (the "Company"), a leading solar developer, engineering, procurement, and construction company (EPC), today announced that it has completed the sale of a majority interest in the Company to an affiliate of Entropy Investment Management ("Entropy").
The Company will now be known as Entropy Solar Integrators and will provide EPC and development services to an expanding portfolio of solar projects currently under development by Entropy and a select group of high value customers.
RALEIGH, N.C. (July 3, 2014, 10:00 a.m.)– North Carolina's electric cooperatives stand ready to respond if power outages result from Hurricane Arthur, which is forecasted to bring heavy rain and strong winds to coastal North Carolina counties Thursday night into Friday afternoon. Local electric cooperative crews, equipment and vehicles are on site in potentially affected areas, and additional cooperative line crews from the western part of the state are preparing to travel to assist with restoration efforts.
The 2007 North Carolina Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (REPS) has increased the amount of renewable energy generated from different clean energy technologies. Since 2012, the swine waste-to-energy industry has taken off in North Carolina with 8 projects producing about 15,000 mWh per year.
Electric Cooperative Representatives Converge at General Assembly, Discuss Energy Issues with State Legislators
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Jane Pritchard
(800) 662-8835, ext. 3104
ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE REPRESENTATIVES CONVERGE AT GENERAL ASSEMBLY,
DISCUSS ENERGY ISSUES WITH STATE LEGISLATORS
Don't Miss NCSEA at the ASHRAE 2014 Annual Conference
Now Accepting Nominations for the 2014 Clean Energy Awards
Each year, the NC Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) recognizes businesses and individuals who show exemplary innovation and leadership in the advancement of North Carolina's clean energy economy. For a list of previous winners, click here.
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