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May 22, 2024

Erik Milde

Erik Milde is a BSC Associate with NC State's Business Sustainability Collaborative and graduate student. 

Mar 27, 2024

Grace Agnello

Grace Agnello is a BSC Associate with NC State's Business Sustainability Collaborative and undergraduate student. 

Nov 27, 2023

Southeast Renewable Energy Summit

This is the ONLY conference covering this burgeoning market that gets key state policymakers, critical decision makers, and leading utility executives and renewable energy players from the most dynamic states in the… 

Feb 13, 2019

B Corp Happy Hour at Southern Energy Management

Interested in learning more about B Corps and how to use business as a Force for Good? This is a great place to hear from local NC B Corps and meet the… 

Jun 10, 2015

2050: 100% renewables possible in NC (and every other state)

A new paper maps out a path to 100% renewables for North Carolina, and every other state in the country. The barriers, say researchers, are largely social, political and cultural, not technical or economic. 

May 29, 2015

Apple, Google, Facebook warn against NC renewable energy freeze

The three computing and internet giants have signed on to a letter supporting the state's current renewable energy targets. 

Mar 16, 2015

Clean energy creates jobs in NC

The NC Sustainable Energy Association completed its seventh annual North Carolina Clean Energy Industry Census for 2014. This years report shows steady growth in the clean energy sector, outpacing the growth of any other sectors of the economy. 

Mar 4, 2015

NC GreenPower tests new focus on solar for schools & community

NC GreenPower is piloting two new programs that will shift its focus toward development of community solar projects at schools across the state. 

Feb 18, 2015

Solarize races to enroll Triad residents

After successful solar drives in Chatham and Durham, NC WARN is bringing the Solarize program to the Triad region. 

Jan 5, 2015


The booming solar industry is celebrating a decision from the state's utilities commission that leaves existing rules unchanged for how utilities compensate solar power producers.