Governor Cooper Commits to Clean Energy Economy for NC

On Monday at SAS Institute’s solar farms in Cary, NC, Governor Roy Cooper issued Executive Order No. 80, which calls for the State of North Carolina to protect North Carolina’s environment while growing clean energy technologies. Order No. 80 affirms North Carolina’s commitment to reducing statewide greenhouse gas emissions to 40% below 2005 levels by 2025, […]

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Powering Energy Efficiency & Impacts (PEEIF) Project: Recognition Where Recognition is Due

    In October, at Upper Coastal Plain Council of Government’s Board Meeting Wilson Energy was recognized for their contribution to the success of the Powering Energy Efficiency & Impacts Framework (PEEIF) project. The goal of the PEEIF project is to improve the efficiency and efficacy of energy related programs in the five county Upper […]

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The 50 States of Solar: 45 States and D.C. Took Action on Distributed Solar Policy and Rate Design During Q3 2018

  Raleigh, NC – (October 24, 2018) The N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) released its Q3 2018 edition of The 50 States of Solar. The quarterly series provides insights on state regulatory and legislative discussions and actions on distributed solar policy, with a focus on net metering, distributed solar valuation, community solar, residential fixed […]

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From the Director – What we learned from Solar Power International

From the Director: In late September 2018, several of us from NCCETC were fortunate to be able to attend the joint Solar Power International (SPI) / Energy Storage International (ESI) conference in Anaheim, Cali. – the largest solar industry event and one of the largest storage industry events of the year. For me, personally, it […]

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Leveraging Federal and Regional Partnerships to Improve Long-term Energy Resilience

Florida is no stranger to the catastrophic impacts of hurricanes. With 72 lives lost and an estimated economic loss of $83 billion to the state as a result of Hurricane Irma in 2017, improving the reliability and resilience of energy systems is a top priority for those who manage critical infrastructure facilities, including hospitals, military […]

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NCCETC Awards $1.1 million in Air Quality Improvement Grants

NCCETC Awards $1.1 million in Air Quality Improvement Grants New round of funding released Raleigh, N.C. (October 9, 2018) — The N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) at N.C. State University announced the results of a call for projects through the Clean Fuel Advanced Technology (CFAT) Project. The 2017-2018 $5.6 million initiative, focused on reducing […]

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Alternative Fuel Vehicle Demonstration & Tailgate at Wake Forest University

Last weekend, the NC Clean Energy Technology Center’s Clean Transporation team kicked off National Drive Electric Week with an Alternative Fuel Vehicle Demonstration & Tailgate for the Wake Forest University vs. Towson State University football home opener game! The kickoff events started on Friday, September 7 with the driver meet-up and car show.  Several plug-in […]

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Sustainable Fleet Technology Conference Durham Bulls baseball game

The evening before the 2018 Sustainable Fleet Technology Conference & Expo, the Clean Transportation team at NC Clean Energy Technology Center displayed several plug-in electric and hybrid vehicles outside of the Durham Bulls baseball game on Aug. 21. Learn more about electric vehicles by checking out our Electric Vehicles FAQ flyer here. Attendees of the […]

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Transportation industry professionals gather for the Sustainable Fleet Technology Conference & Expo 2018

Industry experts discuss the present and future of alternative fuel vehicles Allison Carr, Clean Transportation Specialist at NCCETC, talks about the 50 States of EVs reports. Fleet industry professionals, alternative vehicle experts, and sustainability advocates from around the country gathered recently for the 2018 Sustainable Fleet Technology Conference & Expo in Durham, NC. More than 50 […]

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Community Solar Implementation Guide and Model for Rural Electric Cooperatives and Municipal Utilities in the Southeast

  Raleigh, N.C. – (August 28, 2018) The N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) released an Implementation Guide for Community Solar in the Southeast and a community solar Economic Modeling Tool as part of the Community Solar for the Southeast project. The Community Solar for the Southeast project is funded by the U.S. Department of […]

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