From the Charlotte Business Journal by John Downey, Senior Staff Writer.
Working out a proposed new “green energy tariff” for large industrial and commercial customers proved more difficult than expected, putting Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK) more than two months behind on a plan it hoped to file in July.
Posted on October 2, 2013 at 2:07pm — 2 Comments
From SYNC - N.C. Department of Commerce
The N.C. State Ports Authority Board of Directors approved a deal on Sept. 26 that expands the ports' profile in the highly competitive wood pellet industry.
The agreement between the ports and WoodFuels could allow for construction of a wood pellet export facility at the Port of Morehead City. According to terms of the agreement, WoodFuels would finance and build a $25 million export facility at the…Continue
Posted on October 2, 2013 at 1:52pm
Whether your looking for a new career opportunity or simply interested in learning more about geothermal systems in western NC, Asheville Geothermal's upcoming three-day installer workshop is a great opportunity to sharpen your skills and expertise! The workshop will cover everything…Continue
Posted on July 3, 2013 at 11:26am
In the last few years, customer-funded energy efficiency programs administered by utilities and statewide public benefits organizations have been developing innovative program designs, services, and delivery methods and expanding into new markets across the country. To recognize and profile the best program practices, and share what works for outstanding electric and natural gas programs, ACEEE has conducted its third national review of leading programs and is now releasing …Continue
Posted on June 20, 2013 at 11:15am