Category: Energy Efficiency

House Bill 589: Competitive Energy Solutions for NC

Included in House Bill 589 are proposed programs that could encourage both businesses and residents in our state to utilize solar energy. These programs allow large energy consumers such as the military and UNC university systems to purchase reasonably priced solar energy, encourage homeowners and renters to be able to tap into community solar initiatives, and renewables will be more accessible through rebates and solar panel leasing opportunities.

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Take Action for Clean Energy

While federal climate policies seem to be taking a leave of absence from reality, here in North Carolina, we have three great legislative proposals to support. You can join your fellow North Carolinians in supporting these proposals that will further our state’s leadership in addressing climate change by adding your name to our supporting sign-on letters.

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Citizens Speak Out Against Rate Hike

On Tuesday, October 11th over 200 citizens packed a small room in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center for a four hour public hearing on the proposed 17.4% Duke Energy rate hike. A press conference and rally was held outside prior to the hearing where...

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Climate Change in the Arctic: Global Implications

Clean Air Carolina hosted a roundtable discussion on February 17 focusing on the challenges and opportunities facing the United States and the international community regarding the rapidly warming Arctic climate. The special event was organized in partnership with the...

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