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
- Who is Afraid of a Study Bill?
- Is the South East Energy Exchange Market (SEEM) the Utility Market Reform the Carolinas Need?
Duke Energy Integrated Resource (IRP) Plan Critique
From The Blog
In October 2021, Governor Cooper signed House Bill 951 into law. Among other provisions, HB 951 codified the carbon reduction goals set under the state’s Clean Energy Plan: 70 percent power sector emissions reduction (from 2005 levels) by 2030, and net-zero by 2050....
The Carolinas Clean Energy Business Association (CCEBA) filed initial comments on the carbon plan submitted by Duke Energy sixty days ago. CCEBA makes the following comments and recommendations, detailed in Executive Summary below: HB951 requires the Commission to...