#GivingTuesdayNow, we want to share with you the ways that our team is supporting the community and staying connected, and encourage you to give generously to your community, in whatever way you can.

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NCSEA member, EQ Research, a North Carolina-based clean energy policy consulting firm, has compiled a comprehensive dataset tracking more than 70 utility Integrated Resource Plans (IRPs) filed across the country, called IRP as a Data Service™. IRPs are detailed planning outlooks created by utilities that demonstrate how they will meet future resource needs, typically spanning…

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Today, in response to the growing COVID-19 pandemic Governor Cooper issued Executive Order 121, a “Stay-At-Home Order.” NCSEA is continuing to review the full Order but has identified guidance that our members may find important below. Under EO 121, North Carolina citizens are required to remain at home except for critical activities and services. The…

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To our NCSEA family: For over 40 years, North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) has worked to improve the health and safety of all North Carolinians by driving clean energy policy and market development. We don’t just work here in North Carolina—we live here. This is our community, and right now our community needs us. All…

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jordan Jones jordan@energync.org 602-350-4887 RALEIGH, N.C., March 12, 2020 – North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association today announces that it has been selected by the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to lead a project to evaluate the impact of home improvement services provided by the N.C. Weatherization Assistance Program (NCWAP). The…

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Today, the NCSEA regulatory team submitted a Proposed Order in the docket for Duke Energy’s Application for Approval of Proposed Electric Transportation Pilot. As a reminder, Duke Energy originally filed their Application in March 2019, and NCSEA filed Initial Comments in July. You can read a summary of our Initial Comments on our blog. While the…

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On the heels of the Executive Transition announced earlier this year, NCSEA is thrilled to announce several exciting new hires and promotions: Kristi Matthews has been hired to fill the newly created position of Director of Development at NCSEA. Kristi joins us after nearly four years as the Director of Business Development at the National…

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In December 2019, NCSEA participated in an evidentiary hearing in the Friesian Solar docket in front of the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC). In evidentiary hearings, it is expected that participants submit a post-hearing brief after the conclusion of the hearing. Earlier this week, NCSEA submitted a Post-Hearing Brief in the Application of Friesian Holdings, LLC…

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North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) announces today an exciting executive leadership shift. Long-time Executive Director Ivan Urlaub is moving to a new role within the organization—Chief, Strategy and Innovation and Ward Lenz is filling the role as Acting Executive Director pending a selection process organized by our Board of Directors. Under Urlaub’s leadership as…

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