How does North Carolina incentivize clean energy production and infrastructure? What are the rules governing household electricity rates? How are we helping families adopt rooftop solar and electric vehicles, and what more could we be doing?
All of these crucial decisions involve the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC), a group of seven appointed regulators who wield immense power over our energy and climate policy. Come learn how this little-known state agency works, and how a few people can make a huge difference to NC’s clean energy future.
Pulling Back the Curtain: Who’s Charting Our Energy Future?
Session 5: Power Generation: Cost vs Benefit
Tuesday, November 23, at Noon or 5:30 PM (choose your time)
Session 5 of this six-part webinar series examines how can we compare the costs and benefits of large, central-station power plants with smaller, locally-sited distributed clean energy such as solar.
By understanding the forces that shape our energy system, we can positively affect policy outcomes and accelerate North Carolina’s transition to a clean energy economy. Learn more about this series, and catch up with previous session recordings, at https://cleanairenc.org/nc-energy-webinar-series/.