Carolinas Clean Energy Business AssociationThe Carolinas' Voice for the Clean Energy Industry
This page provides helpful links and resources related to CCEBA’s core legislative and regulatory work. The links are organized around topic areas and are updated frequently.
Energy Market Reform
- Brattle Group: Potential Benefits of a Regional Wholesale Power Market to North Carolina’s Electricity Customers
- Duke University Nicholas Institute: Evaluating Options for Enhancing Wholesale Competition and Implications for the Southeastern United States
- Clark Hill Attorney Steven Shparber Discussed Energy Market Reform in the Carolinas
- Is the Southeast Energy Exchange Market (SEEM) the Utility Market Reform the Carolinas Need?
- Who is Afraid of a Study Bill?
- Carolinas CEBA Negotiates Energy Storage Rights For Independent Power Producers
- Docket N0. E-100, Sub 101- Order Approving SISC Avoidance Requirements and Addressing Solar-Plus-Storage Qualifying Facility Installations
- The Importance of Energy Storage in the Carolinas: An Interview with Ron DiFelice
Duke Energy Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) Critique
North Carolina Carbon Plan - House Bill 951
- Docket No. E-100, Sub 179, with comments submitted to N.C. Utilities Commission Evaluation of Duke Energy’s Carbon Plan.
- Carolinas CEBA Files Carbon Plan Comments
- Duke Energy’s Carbon Plan: What Missed the Mark and What Should Be Changed To Protect Ratepayers
From The Blog
Not all solar businesses and products are alike – so how can customers make sure they are making the best investment? CCEBA staff recently interviewed Yes Solar Solutions founders Stew and Kathy Miller, who lent insight into how solar customers can get the most for...
“...I'm very skeptical with regard to SMRs," Ketchum said, highlighting the permitting difficulty in siting a project and trying to meet the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission's standards for safety and security. They are going to be very expensive, and then you're...