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Trends and Updates on Utility Regulatory Reform Across the Country
Across the country, state legislators and regulators are exploring potential updates to the traditional utility business model, keeping the best interests of ratepayers in mind. In this webinar, we'll feature a series of speakers to discuss reforms under consideration or being implemented throughout the country, and the regulatory reform stakeholder process that's part of North Carolina's Clean Energy Plan.
Tuesday, June 9 at 3:00 pm
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Net Energy Metering - Why it's important and What's at stake
Across the country, 49 states have some sort of net energy metering offering in place, which has helped create a market for customer-sited solar within the traditional utility business model. Without net energy metering, the financial incentives for customer-sited solar look very different. In this webinar, we'll cover the basics of net energy metering, its implementation, how it has led to rise of the customer-sited solar industry, and some of the challenges to the policy developing within the southeast and at the federal level.
Tuesday, June 23 at 3:00 pm
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Clean Energy Jobs in NC and Clean Energy as a Recovery Mechanism from COVID-19
NCSEA and E2 are set to release a report detailing the size and economic importance of the clean energy industry in North Carolina in 2019. Last year, more than 110,000 North Carolinians worked in clean energy, making the state No. 9 in the country for jobs in solar, energy efficiency and other clean energy sectors. Unfortunately, clean energy jobs took a hit along with many other parts of our economy due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please join NCSEA and E2 to hear more details about the state of clean energy jobs in our state; how clean energy is uniquely positioned to help lead North Carolina’s – and our nation’s - economic recovery, and how you can help us make the case to lawmakers for smart policies to keep clean energy moving forward.
Tuesday, July 14 at 3:00 pm
Innovative Financing Models for Low and Moderate Income Participation in Clean Energy
Over the past decade, we've seen a substantial growth in clean energy within the utility, commercial, and residential spaces. Though many have benefited from this success, low and moderate income communities have been left behind. In an attempt to address this disparity utilities, private companies, and advocates have begun to implement creative financing models that provide access to energy efficiency upgrades, solar installation, and electric vehicles to these often overlooked communities. Tune in to this webinar
to hear from experts across the country who are innovating and implementing these cutting
Tuesday, August 11 at 3:00 pm
Investment Capital in Clean Energy - Where We've Been and Where We're Headed
Over the past ten years, we've seen massive uptick in the total investments made within the clean energy sector across the globe. According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, from 2009 to 2019 there was a 86% growth in total investments. Over the years these investments have led to the success of small energy startups all the way up to large utility scale solar firms. As these investments continue to pay dividends, firms across the globe are announcing divestments away from dirty energy. With global investments in clean energy in 2019 topping $363 billion dollars, and investments in dirty fuels dropping, how will this play out for the energy sector in the United States? Join the webinar to find out.
Tuesday, October 6 at 3:00 pm