Clean Energy in the Mountains 2024

May 16, 2024 6:00PM—9:00PM

Location

Highland Brewing 12 Old Charlotte Highway, Suite 200 Asheville, NC 28803

Categories

Clean Energy in the Mountains: Unlocking Customer Pathways to Create a Carbon-Free Future

Description:
For some time now, North Carolina has been a national clean energy leader, at one point reaching #2 in installed solar. That growth is slowing down as we face  challenges related to interconnection, transmission, and utility procurement of generation technologies. On the other side of the equation, there are a lot of opportunities ahead for customer-sited (or sited nearby) clean energy projects involving technologies like solar and storage. Unfortunately, the clean energy programs available for residential and commercial customers have been fairly limited. At this event, we’ll host conversations about clean energy program limitations, and what’s needed to spur rapid growth for customer projects to accelerate progress towards the state’s goal of 70% carbon emissions reductions by 2030. At the event, we’ll feature a moderated panel with customers and clean energy providers alike to highlight some of the challenges and opportunities for clean energy programs moving forward 

Join us after the discussion for networking with fellow clean energy industry professionals, advocates, and supporters 

Agenda: 

  • Welcome from NCSEA’s Executive Director, Matt Abele 
  • Moderated panel discussion
  • Drinks and networking with all those in attendance

Admission to the event includes two complimentary beverages and hors d’oeuvres

Ticket Prices:

  • Non-NCSEA Members: $50
  • NCSEA Members (Individual/Non-profit/Businesses): $30
    Help us expand our membership! Members are invited to bring a non-member who is a clean energy professional, or supporter interested in learning more about NCSEA. Members must login to receive their member pricing. Guests must be registered at the time of member registration.
  • Guest of NCSEA Member: $30 

Sponsorship Opportunities:
To learn more about our sponsorship opportunities, please click the links below, or reach out to Matt Abele at mattabele@energync.org.