NC Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) is the most widely recognized source for pertinent information and analysis regarding the rapidly growing clean energy industry in North Carolina. NCSEA’s market intelligence team consistently provides the foundational evidence needed to address challenges, realize opportunities and draft effective policies that support utility programs and grow the clean energy marketplace. The market intelligence team has a unique ability to identify, analyze and anticipate changes in public policy, regulation and clean energy markets within North Carolina and the greater Southeast region.
NCSEA maintains proprietary datasets specific to the North Carolina and Southeast clean energy markets which show trends in renewable energy project development, installation costs, company growth and employment and revenues over the lifetime of the industry. NCSEA uses this information for publication of various reports that provide benchmarking, policy support and industry tracking. Additionally, the NCSEA market intelligence team is available to complete custom analyses to help businesses and clients decide on the prudent path forward for fiscal responsibility risk minimization when making clean energy related decisions.
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Clean Energy Data in NC
NCSEA houses the most up-to-date and complete information on clean energy projects in the state of North Carolina. NCSEA is a valued source of information for the nation's leading clean energy research institutions such as the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Installed Solar Projects in NC
As of December 2016, there are approximately 2.03 Gigawatts of solar photovoltaic (PV) energy systems powering North Carolina. Explore our map of installed solar systems across North Carolina.
North Carolina Electric Cooperatives Offering Net-Metering Programs
Explore an interactive map to see North Carolina's electric cooperatives that offer net-metering programs to their customers who are interested in installing on-site systems to generate electricity.
Interconnection Data Form (IDC Form)
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