Transforming Industrial Energy Consumption: NCCETC’s Commitment to Pioneering Clean Power & Energy Efficiency

Energy consumption in the U.S. is notably shaped by its industrial and commercial sector users. At the forefront of initiatives to mitigate energy intensity is the NCCETC. Our dedicated team offers comprehensive technical services focused on energy efficiency, encompassing overall management, training initiatives and on-site assessments.

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Empowering Tomorrow: Considerations for Resilient Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Amidst Natural Disasters

Electric vehicles have emerged as a transformative force, providing a cleaner alternative to traditional combustion-engine vehicles. As the global transition towards widespread EV adoption gains momentum, local governments must consider a critical aspect often overlooked in the electrification revolution – the resilience and reliability of the infrastructure needed to support the use of these vehicles during and after natural disasters.

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DSIREinsight provides policy research and analysis services to energy industry professionals. It is a project of the NC Clean Energy Technology Center, expanding upon the Center’s Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency and and 50 States quarterly policy tracking reports. DSIREinsight's subscription services focus on distributed solar, grid modernization and energy storage, and electric vehicles, as well as customized energy policy research. Take a deeper dive into U.S. clean energy policy, and learn more about new policies and policy changes under consideration across the country.

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Fuel What Matters

Fuel What Matters is a public education awareness campaign designed to connect the citizens of North Carolina with the transportation technologies and practices that help improve air quality, save money and reduce dependence on foreign oil.

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The 50 States Reports

Our Policy Team tracks legislative and regulatory activity on solar, grid modernization, energy storage and electric vehicles and decarbonization across the country in its 50 States quarterly reports. The reports keep industry stakeholders informed of policy and regulatory changes in the clean energy sector.

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2024 State Energy Conference of North Carolina

April 23-24, 2024
The conference provides actionable insight into the business of energy, connecting technical innovation, diverse resources and industry opportunity to help drive North Carolina's regional energy economy forward with national impact. Come to network, learn best practices, engage in important energy discussions and more.

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Our Work

We organize our work around these six areas:

Renewable Energy

Clean Power & Industrial Efficiency

Clean Transportation



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News and Updates

2023 Trends Mapping Clean Energy Policy Advances in the United States

In the dynamic landscape of clean energy policy across the nation, the North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) serves as a valuable hub of comprehensive research, analysis and education.…

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New Duke Energy PowerPair Pilot Program Approved by NC Utilities Commission

The North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) provides services and guidance to the businesses and residents of North Carolina and beyond relating to the development and adoption of clean…

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