2016 Legislative Agenda
The NC Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) strives to assist policymakers in understanding how existing energy policies have made North Carolinians better off and how deliberate policymaking can optimize delivery of these benefits to North Carolinians over the next decade and beyond.
Within North Carolina’s highly-regulated, monopoly controlled electricity market, an existing suite of energy policies allows limited market competition which is attracting investment, driving business opportunities and creating jobs in renewable energy and energy efficiency – all at a savings to ratepayers.
Specifically, NCSEA will work with policymakers in 2016 to:
To achieve these outcomes, NCSEA will work to:
We also stand ready to discuss and educate decision makers on the following topics related to clean energy: energy storage, consumer options and access to electricity data, utility business model and rate design, intelligent grid infrastructure, electric transportation; current use, cost and value of clean energy; employment, economic and rate impacts of clean energy.
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