All posts by Amira Ferjani

NCCETC’s Policy Team Puts Clean Energy Policy into Action

The NC Clean Energy Technology Center’s (Center) Energy Policy team strives to advance a sustainable energy economy both locally and nationally. They conduct objective research and analysis and provide education and technical assistance on energy policy issues nationwide.  Autumn Proudlove is the Senior Policy Program Director on the team. “Our team has longstanding expertise in […]

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Students and Professionals Enhance Their Solar Skills with NCCETC Training Program

The N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center (Center) offers its expertise in the clean energy industry through online and in-person educational workshops on technology, policy and business topics regarding clean energy. Recently, the Center announced the training schedule for 2021, featuring courses on solar PV and solar storage. The entire schedule for the 2021 calendar year […]

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2020 NCCETC Projects and Programs – A Noteworthy Year!

The North Carolina Clean Technology Center (NCCETC) had big plans for 2020 and the novel Coronavirus was not going to stop us. Center staff worked tirelessly to continue advancing clean energy technologies and partner with other companies and organizations to drive these advancements forward.  Below is a synopsis of highlights from 2020 at NCCETC. Thank […]

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The North Carolina Offshore Wind Supply Chain Registry: Helping N.C. Capture the Investment and Jobs Potential from The East Coast’s Coming Offshore Wind Boom

Since the fall, the N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) has been actively involved in a project for the N.C. Department of Commerce to study the potential economic development, supply chain, and workforce opportunities offered by the burgeoning East Coast offshore wind (OSW) industry.    As a part of the work, Commerce has recently opened the […]

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Anne Tazewell’s Lifetime Achievement Award – A Successful Career in the Clean Energy Industry

A lifetime achievement award is given to someone who has dedicated their life to a specific cause and therefore, it is both an honor to receive and only given to the best of the best. That description seems fitting of Anne Tazewell, the Senior Special Projects Manager with the N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center (“Center”) […]

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Roanoke Electric Cooperative to Pilot Cutting Edge Vehicle-to-Grid Technology

The utility is testing new charging station technology UL-listed for bidirectional current to add value to EVs and accelerate investment in transportation electrification. November 30, 2020 – Aulander, NC  Roanoke Electric Cooperative is working with Fermata Energy to pilot the first electric vehicle (EV) charging system equipment to meet the North American standard for two-way current, as […]

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