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Drive Green, Save Green Workshop

With gas prices on the upswing, there’s never been a better time to save fuel. In this workshop, Rick Sapienza of the NC Clean Energy Technology Center will show you how simple changes in how you drive and the equipment you buy can improve fuel economy while also reducing harmful emissions. Come ready to save […]

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NCCETC Working with SolSmart in Virginia to Bring Down ‘Soft Costs’ on Solar PV

Until the end of June of 2019, the North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC) will be working  with three Virginia communities – Fairfax County, James City County, and the Town of Blacksburg – as SolSmart  advisors to help bring down the “soft costs” on solar PV, including  permitting, planning, raising community awareness and other […]

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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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Upcoming Sustainable Fleet Technology Conference & Expo 2018

Discover the latest and greatest in sustainable fleet technology, operations, and implementation at the Sustainable Fleet Technology Conference & Expo 2018 on August 22 and 23 at the Durham Convention Center in Durham, NC. The Sustainable Fleet Technology Conference will showcase alternative fuel technologies in the biofuels, electric, natural gas, and propane arenas, with a […]

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Benefits and Barriers to Low Income Community Solar Workshop and More!

In December 2017, the NCCETC and the NC Justice Center hosted a half day workshop in Raleigh to tackle the unprecedented in the southeast: the potential for rural electric cooperatives (Coops) and/or municipal electric utilities (Munis)  to design community solar programs to serve low income residents in their service areas. The event brought together thirty […]

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