SAVE THE DATE OCT. 25TH - 27TH | RALEIGH, NC
WHERE ENERGY POLICY GETS TO WORK. Back by popular demand! NCSEA's Making Energy Work webinar series will return this spring and continue throughout the summer where varying topics in clean energy from finance to policy and market insights will be discussed. Join hundreds of attendees from across the country to get the latest scoop on trending clean energy topics sweeping the industry. Each webinar will feature nationally and regionally renowned experts within their respective fields to help shape the conversations driving clean energy forward in North Carolina and the country.
Webinars last time around featured the likes of Jigar Shah, Amory Lovins, and Holmes Hummel. Make sure to tune in for this year's series to see who's next! At the same time, it's a great way to stay up to date on the latest clean energy opportunities in North Carolina.
In case you missed the webinars last time around, recordings are available for all NCSEA members. To inquire or sign up for membership.
As a benefit to our members, stakeholders, and supporters, NCSEA will be offering each of these webinars free of charge!
INFORM / CONNECT / ADVANCE
INFORM: Gain deeper understanding of the cutting-edge clean energy policies that will lead to widespread adoption of clean energy within North Carolina and beyond.
CONNECT: Connect with industry counterparts and thought leaders to collaborate on innovative policies and projects to move our clean energy economy forward.
ADVANCE: Advance North Carolina's status as a clean energy leader in the Southeast
by building relationships and enhancing your business opportunities in North Carolina,
the Southeast, and beyond.
WHO ATTENDED MEW 2020 /
Unique Attendees ~500
C-suite Attendees, Director or Above 106 (21%)
Non-profit Attendees 79 (16%)
Utility-scale Solar Company Representatives 41 (8%)
Rooftop Solar Company Representatives 16 (3%)
Utility Representatives 19 (4%)
Municipal/Government Attendees 21 (4%)
Government Agency Attendees 21 (4%)
Legislators & Office Staff 13 (3%)
Regulators 15 (3%)
University Attendees [Non-students] 11 2%