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Leadership Level Sponsor

NC Energy Program logo
North Carolina Energy Division
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NC DENR logo


Platinum Level Sponsors

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Honeywell logo

NCSu Extenison Forestry logo

SECDC logo


Gold Level Sponsors

Duke University logo


Silver Level Sponsors

EYP logo

NC Sustainable Energy Association logo

Philips logo


Bronze Level Sponsors

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Applied Resource Management

Argand Energy

Dewberry logo

Celtic Energy

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CREE Lighting logo

ElectriCities logo

Griffith Logo

Johnson Controls

Kilpatrick Townsend logo

NC GreenPower Logo

NC's Electric Cooperatives logo

North Carolina Solar Center logo

Pepco Energy Logo

Piedmont Natural Gas logo

Piedmont Service Group

Poyner Spruill logo

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Rhode & Schwarz

Schneider Electric logo

SEPA logo

TRANE logo

USGBC logo

UNC Charlotte Energy Production Infrastructure Center

 

Conference
News

Mark your calendar!
2015 Sustainable Energy Conference
April 20-22, 2015
Raleigh, NC

2014 Conference Provided
Environmental Offsets
Through NC GreenPower

NC GreenPower certificate

Thank you Honeywell
for conference support!

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Alternative Fuels Conference

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Conference Logistics
Provided by
NCSU FEOP logo

With Support from the
NC State University

NCSU Office of Professional Development logo

THANK YOU to the 867 attendees at this year's conference including:

Keynote Speakers

Donald van der Vaart, N.C. Energy Advisor, N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Dr. Richard Newell, Duke University Energy Initiative and Gendell Professor of Energy and Environmental Economics at Duke Univeristy

Greer Tidwell, Director of Environmental Management, Bridgestone Firestone North American Tire, LLC

Rob Caldwell, Vice President, Wholesale Power & Renewable Generation, Duke Energy

Session Panelists

150+ experts in 25 various sessions in 1-3/4 days. Please see the conference interactive agenda for details including audio of keynotes and many slide presentations.

Sponsors

 
Leadership
Energy Program, of the N.C. Division of Energy, Mineral and Land Resources,
N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Platinum
Gexpro
Honeywell
NCSU Extension Forestry
SECDC

Gold
Duke University Energy Initiative

Silver
EYP
NC Sustainable Energy Association
Philips

Bronze
Advanced Energy
Applied Resources Management
Argand Energy
Celtic Energy
CohnReznick
Cree, Inc.
ElectriCities of North Carolina
Griffith Engineering
Johnson Controls
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, LLC
North Carolina’s Electric Cooperatives
NC Green Power
NC Solar Center
Pepco Energy Solutions
Piedmont Service Group
Poyner Spruill, LLP
PSNC Energy
Rohde & Schwarz
Schneider Electric
Southeastern Power Administration
UNC Charlotte Energy Production & Insfrastructure Ctr.
US Green Building Council

Partial funding for this conference was provided by NCSU Extension Forestry through the Renewable Resources Extension Act (RREA) which provides funding for extension activities related to forestry and natural resources at land grant universities. http://www.csrees.usda.gov/about/offices/legis/renresex.html

Exhibitors

 
Ally Engineering
Brady Services
Control Management
EduCon
Energy Ace
Facility Dude
GoSol Power
Inviro Design & Consulting
Jinko Solar
Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating
NC State University Energy Solutions
Northwestern University
Solectria Renewable
UNC Charlotte Energy Production & Instrastructure Center (EPIC)
USAT Corp.
Watson Electric

Alternative Fuel Display organized by NC Solar Center

Bobby Murray Chevrolet
BuildSense
Capital Ford
CBS Quality Cars
Fred Anderson Toyota
Greenway Rides
Gregory Poole
Mercedes-Benz of Cary
North Carolina State University
Organic Transit
Piedmont Biofuels
PSNC Energy
Raleigh Police Department
Tesla
Yes! Solar Solutions

Vendors and Volunteers

Planning Committee

NCSU-FEOP
NCSU Office of Professional Development
NCSU McKimmon Center
Kaplan Catering
Rave! Catering (NCSU)
WUNC North Carolina Public Radio
NC GreenPower
Twitter: #NCEnergy2014
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Thank you to the team of volunteers who provide the added staff to keep the conference running smoothly. Student groups participated from Cape Fear Community College, Duke University, NC State University, and UNC Charlotte.

Marcy Bauer, NC Solar Center
Kathleen Fleming, NC Sustainable Energy Association
Shannon Helm, NC Solar Center
Len Hoey, N.C. DENR, Division of Environmental Assistance and Consumer Service / Utility Savings Initiative
Renee Hutcheson, N.C. DENR, Division of Environmental Assistance and Consumer Service / Utility Savings Initiative
Bob Leker, N.C. DENR, Division of Energy, Minerals and Land Resources / Energy Program
Jeannette Martin, N.C. DENR, Division of Energy, Minerals and Land Resources / Energy Program
Alysen Nassif, Dewberry Inc.

Links to information about our past conferences:

10th Annual Sustainable Energy Conference, April 15-17, 2013
EMBRACING AN INTELLIGENT ENERGY FUTURE: How Will North Carolina Integrate Economics, Behavior, Supply and Delivery Strategies to Shape our Energy Landscape?

9th Annual Sustainable Energy Conference, April 19-20, 2012
SUSTAINABILITY: Optional no longer

8th Annual Sustainable Energy Conference, April 26-27, 2011
Emerging Trends for Sustainability in the Next Decade

7th Annual Sustainable Energy Conference, April 20-21, 2010
SUSTAINABILITY: Moving Beyond the Federal Stimulus

Hosted annually by North Carolina Energy Program
For more information please send email to Host@sustainable-energy-conference.org

Appalachian State University 2014 energy events

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