Join NCSEA’s Ivan Urlaub in a conversation with Amory Lovins of Rocky Mountain Institute to talk about the transition into the energy economy of the future and what it means for North Carolinians, the southeast, and our nation. Previously, the utility business model, resource planning, and system resilience have all been predicated on utility control. That traditional thinking is shifting as policymakers, consumers, industry, and utilities are finding the opportunities and mutual benefits that come with an emerging energy transformation. Join us as we provide a glimpse into the future of a clean energy economy that truly benefits all.
Where Energy Policy Gets to Work. Through the end of the year, NCSEA will be offering a monthly webinar series featuring varying topics in clean energy from finance to policy and market insights. 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 forward clean energy in North Carolina and the country.