Archive for November 2016

Looking forward to 2017

The 2016 election season has finally come to a close, and many are wondering what’s next for clean energy. NCSEA’s answer? To borrow from sports terminology, North Carolina still controls its own destiny. You see, North Carolina’s $7 billion clean energy economy is resilient, thanks to years of conditioning through adversity. The gray area is…

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Reflections on the 2016 Election

Change can be difficult.  It always comes with challenges and opportunities.  Over the last few days, we at NCSEA have been reading a lot of surprise and concern about the election and speculation as to its meaning for energy policy both at the Federal level and at home in North Carolina.  There will be challenges.…

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Making Energy Work 2016: Your Questions, Answered

Making Energy Work 2016: Your Questions, Answered! Thank you to the many MEW 2016 attendees for participating in the exciting conversation about our long-term energy future. The following is a recap of key questions asked at MEW, organized by the panels where they were asked. In the recent weeks following MEW, we asked panelists to…

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