The 2020 Sustainable Fleet Technology Virtual Conference will now be a series of 12 free webinar sessions on a variety of topics highlighting the leading edge of sustainable fleet practices and alternative fuel opportunities. Each session will feature several expert speakers from all around the country discussing the latest and greatest opportunities for biofuel, electric, natural gas, and propane fuels and fueling. Save the dates and register now!Learn More Learn More
The NCCETC introduces its Energy and Sustainability Services, a suite of services aimed at optimizing sustainability and energy-related objectives for business, industry, government and utilities. Our services can help organizations plan, evaluate, implement and report on a host of energy-related priorities through a variety of cross-cutting services.Contact us to learn more Learn More
The NC Clean Energy Technology Center stands in solidarity with the black community in the spirit of NC State University's Chancellor Woodson's statement on the current grief, anger and needed change in our country. "As the state’s largest public university, we have the responsibility to educate ourselves and those who pass through our doors to overcome ignorance, unite against intolerance, model inclusivity, and advance the dignity and power of diversity. "Read the Chancellor's Statement Learn More
In accordance with NC State University’s policies in response to the spread and potential impacts of COVID-19, all of NC Clean Energy Technology Center's in-person training classes through August 2020 will now be held digitally via live stream in an online classroom. Register now!Register now Learn More
NCCETC’s Energy That Works Series – a project supported by the North Carolina State University Sustainability Fund – includes a Field Trip Series, Renewable Energy Training Program, a student internship opportunity at NCCETC, and a creation of planning group meetings comprised of students, faculty and staff to support planning and outreach.Learn More Learn More
The Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE), operated by the N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center partners with EnergySage to allow the opportunity for DSIRE users to find calls to action throughout the website where they can quickly request free quotes from local solar installers. DSIRE allows consumers who are interested in solar to view solar policies and incentives in their area, and EnergySage allows them to then easily and freely receive quotes on solar installations.Learn how DSIRE and EnergySage can help you Learn More
The NC Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) is a part of a project that will examine storm-related impacts and the cost and benefits of investing in grid resiliency in North Carolina. The two-year project, “Planning an Affordable, Resilient, and Sustainable Grid in North Carolina,” will include opportunities for interested stakeholders to review the metrics developed by the research team. Active participants will provide input into an advanced grid scenario focused on enabling a more decentralized resilient grid, including micro and mini grids that can support critical services, such as hospitals, in the case of power outages – as recommended in the NC Clean Energy Plan.Read More Learn More
Fayetteville's 1 megawatt solar farm is the first municipal utility community solar project in North Carolina. The new large-scale, ground-mount solar array will offer electric customers a shared renewable energy option and an alternate to rooftop solar. Customers can enroll in the Community Solar Program, pay a monthly subscription fee, and in exchange, receive a bill credit for the value of the solar less the cost to operate.Learn more about this project Learn More
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.Learn more Learn More
Our Policy Team tracks legislative and regulatory activity on solar, grid modernization, energy storage and electric vehicles 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.
Save the date! The 2020 State Energy Conference will be held on September 2-3, 2020 in Durham, NC. Early bird registration is open until July 24. The State Energy 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.Learn more & stay updated
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The N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center’s Community Solar for the Southeast Project, which began four years ago in 2016, is now wrapping up at the end of the month. The…Learn More
The national LKQ Corporation cut the ribbon last week on a brand new propane fueling system, announcing the expansion of 19 new propane-powered trucks in its delivery vehicle fleet at…Learn More
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