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2019 NC Transportation Summit

North Carolina’s projected growth requires consideration and careful action, especially regarding population growth. In fact, the state’s population is expected to increase by 3 million people by the year 2040. That impressive number is equivalent to the entire state of Kansas relocating to North Carolina. While a remarkable statistic, this growth has the potential to […]

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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 Tailgate

Are you interested in learning more about electric and alternative fuel vehicles? Outside of the NC State University football game at the Close-King Indoor Practice Facility on Saturday, September 29, check out an ethanol-fuel car as well as a lineup of some of the latest electric vehicles and hybrid models that will be on display […]

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Alternative Fuel Vehicle Demonstration

Learn more about electric and alternative fuel vehicles outside of the Close-King Indoor Practice Facility on Friday, September 28, and check out an ethanol-fueled car as well as a lineup of some of the latest electric vehicles and hybrid models that will be on display from local dealerships, including the Nissan Leaf, Chevy Bolt and […]

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Energy Storage Study team discusses what they’ve learned at second stakeholder meeting

The second North Carolina Energy Storage Study Stakeholder Input Meeting was held on June 27 at NC State University. In response to House Bill 589, NC State researchers, including NCCETC, began a study of energy storage technologies late last year to address how energy storage can provide value to North Carolina consumers based on factors […]

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Fuel What Matters 100 Best Fleets series: Wake County

The goals of Wake County’s fleet are the same as most: to carry out productive, safe, efficient and sustainable service at the lowest cost possible. But the smartest and most successful way to achieve that goal, they have found, is by implementing new technology to continuously track data and uncover information. “It doesn’t appear to […]

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