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Everyone benefits along the path to a resilient, affordable clean energy future. Those benefits come in many different packages, from economic to health-related. Learn more about the six ways North Carolina is better off with clean energy here.
Facebook: Clean energy policies, like the REPS, make up less than $1 on most customers’ average $100+ monthly bill. Even including this charge, NC customers saved approx. $8 on their 2014 electric bills. And these charges are also keeping our future bills down: a 2015 report estimates $651M saved by 2029, thanks to clean energy’s presence in our energy mix.
Twitter: Increased #cleanenergy adoption and investments among the business community lowers all of our power bills. via @nccleanenergy
Facebook: Homegrown clean energy projects mean more jobs & revenues stay in North Carolina – and less money flows to out-of-state fossil fuel companies
Twitter: In 2016, #cleanenergy accounted for over 34K jobs in North Carolina.
Facebook: Clean energy can help both the military and our first responders, like firefighters, stay operational during emergencies that interrupt the rest of the grid.
Twitter: Fixed costs of #cleanenergy protect us from fluctuating fossil fuel costs. via @nccleanenergy
Facebook: Clean energy is a natural response to the moral call of many religions to care for the earth we’ve been given
Twitter: When tended to and cared for, our land is better positioned to serve future generations well. via @nccleanenergy
Facebook: Clean energy reduces the negative economic, environmental, and cultural impacts of fossil-fuel dependence to underserved communities.
Twitter: Studies show most traditional power plants are located in poorer areas, resulting in lower property values & increased health risks.
Facebook: More clean energy means less exposure to harmful emissions and less consumption of natural resources
Twitter: More #cleanenergy means fewer illnesses and other conditions caused or exacerbated by harmful traditional energy byproducts via @nccleanenergy
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