NCSEA Statement on Racism in America

It has been one week since George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis. NCSEA humbly stands in solidarity with all North Carolinians of color as they mourn the loss of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and the thousands of other black and brown persons murdered in America whose stories we may never know.   On…

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NCSEA Statement and Remembrance of Dr. Bob Koger

Former and current Advanced Energy staff members gather at the Making Energy Work conference. Included in this photo are current NCSEA staff members and Advanced Energy alumni Karen Gardner, Arlene Brown, Ward Lenz, and Kristi Matthews. North Carolina’s energy community, along with many others across the nation, are mourning the loss of a titan in…

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Member Highlight: Appalachian State University Unveils Boone’s First Electric Bus

NCSEA member Appalachian State University made significant progress in the pursuit of clean transportation by unveiling the town’s first electric bus on September 28, 2022. The news came days after Governor Cooper dedicated the week (September 26-30) as North Carolina’s Clean Energy Week. Electrifying the Fleet AppalCart, the High Country’s community bus system, has partnered…

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Member Highlight: Ceres Drives Clean Energy Economy and Policy in NC

Collaboratively Authored by Alex Clingman NCSEA spoke with Michael Callan, Mel Mackin, Maren Mahoney, and Adam Vaccaro to learn more about how Ceres is changing the clean energy landscape for investors and companies in North Carolina. Since 1989, Ceres has been a leading force in promoting economic and social change through advocacy of corporate sustainability…

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A Squeaky Clean Conversation: Episode 76: From the Ground Up – Better Plans to Achieve a Carbon-Free 2050 

On a recent episode of the Squeaky Clean Energy Podcast, host Matt Abele sat down with a group of carbon plan intervenors to discuss more cost-effective pathways to achieve meaningful emissions reductions in North Carolina. Tyler Norris of Cypress Creek Renewables, David Neal of the Southern Environmental Law Center, and Adrienne Mouton-Henderson of the Clean…

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Celebrating National Clean Energy Week 

NCSEA would like to celebrate National Clean Energy Week (September 26 to 30) in light of all the exciting progress that has been made in our state over the past year. This year also comes with a proclamation from Governor Roy Cooper dedicating this week as North Carolina’s Clean Energy Week. This blog recognizes the…

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