811 Ninth Street, Suite 120-158
Durham, NC 27705
North and South Carolina have a government-regulated, vertically integrated utility environment. This means utilities, legislators, and regulators determine the processes of energy generation, transmission, and distribution.
Over the past decade, the Carolinas gave rise to one of the largest clean energy industries in the country – unlocking more than $30 billion in clean economy investments and propelling North Carolina to the nation’s #2 solar state.
The Carolinas Clean Energy Business Association (CCEBA) works to build on this success by strengthening the region’s clean energy market – creating a business environment that leverages private sector innovation to achieve a more cost-effective, reliable, and sustainable energy system.
CCEBA is an association of independent power producers, suppliers, and customers, who are committed to preserving and expanding private sector market access amidst a vertically integrated utility environment.