Do Ratepayers Exist to Serve Utilities?

Like most of the Southeast, North Carolina has a vertically integrated electric system in which government regulated monopolies own most power production and delivery and essentially receive a guaranteed rate of return. The state is also home to large energy...

A Conversation with CCEBA’s New Leadership

In December 2021, we welcomed Rachael Estes and Carson Harkrader as our new CCEBA Chair and Vice Chair. These clean energy business leaders bring a wealth of experience to the organization, and we are excited to have them lead our board. We recently sat down to chat...

Carolinas CEBA Elects New Leadership

Raleigh, N.C., January 4, 2022 – Carolinas Clean Energy Business Association (CCEBA), the trade association for North and South Carolina’s clean energy industry, has elected four new officers. Rachael Estes of Apex Clean Energy and Carson Harkrader of Carolina Solar...

A Look Back at 2021 and Look Forward to 2022

Carolinas Clean Energy Business Association (CCEBA) has had a successful inaugural year bringing together businesses in North and South Carolina’s clean energy industry. While it is hard to distill all of our accomplishments, we are sharing our most important internal...