The clean energy industry is inclusive of both energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies and includes the following ten business sectors: alternative fuel vehicles, biomass/biofuels, energy efficiency, demand-side management, energy storage, fuel cells, geothermal, hydropower/marine, smart grid, solar, and wind.
RegulatoryThe NC Sustainable Energy Association works with utilities and businesses to bring clarity and resolution to matters driving clean energy policy. As part of that engagement, NCSEA documents the benefits and costs of clean energy for ratepayers and tracks the economic impact of clean energy development for use in responses at the North Carolina Utilities Commission.
NC Sustainable Energy Association is committed to
facilitating solutions that work for North Carolina. Legislators work
every session on issues related to clean energy policy, and NCSEA works
to ensure legislators and their staff have the most current information
about the clean energy industry's impact on North Carolina, both in
terms of economic development and employment.
NC Sustainable Energy Association believes that numbers
tell the story of clean energy. Analysis and interpretation of the
numbers is the method NCSEA uses to help support the direction and tone
of our regulatory and legislative initiatives. Our in-house analysts
also use NCSEA data to complete custom reports at the request of our
partners and clients.