For over 41 years, North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) has committed to an energy economy and system that is clean, resilient, affordable, and accessible to all North Carolinians. Together, we launched North Carolina to #2 in the nation for installed solar, #4 for electric vehicle charging stations per capita, and #3 in the Southeast for announced and commissioned energy storage. And together our members, partners, and donors have triumphed in the face of opposition—becoming stronger and smarter in the process. After working together to achieve these goals, each of you can rightfully claim to be a part of powering North Carolina’s clean energy future. 

Looking into the next decade, we are excited by the many opportunities to create cleaner and more affordable ways to keep the lights on for North Carolinians, and we invite you to join us. A tax-deductible donation to NCSEA this holiday season will make a real, tangible difference in the lives of our fellow North Carolinians.

A donation of $50 will help result in

reduced kilowatt hours (kWh) in underserved homes enrolled in utility energy efficiency programs. 

A donation of $100 will help result in

a reduction of 25 tons of CO2 emissions

through NCSEA’s work with inclusive energy efficiency programs. 

A donation of $333 will

sponsor one woman through a leadership training program

with NCSEA’s Women in Clean Energy (WICE) project. 

A donation of $400 will 

sponsor one low-income young woman through an environmental summer camp with a local university. 

A donation of $1,000 will 

allow NCSEA to host one WICE networking event

to celebrate and strengthen the women in North Carolina’s clean energy industry.

A donation of $2,000 will help 

enroll 21 low income homes

in utility energy efficiency programs. 

In this season of giving, help us power North Carolina’s clean energy future into 2020 and beyond with your tax-deductible donation to NCSEA. We believe that this next decade will be instrumental in developing policies, technologies, and practices that will set North Carolina’s energy system up for long term success—but we cannot get there without you. 

Thank you for your generosity, this holiday season and always. And thank you, once again, for powering the future of NCSEA and of North Carolina as a whole.