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?
Electric Vehicle Charging
Utility Scale Solar
- 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
Integrated Resource Plans in North and South Carolina
- Synapse Economics Report
- Docket No. E-100, Sub 165 with comments submitted to N.C. Utilities Commission Evaluation of 2020 Duke Energy IRP
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
FERC Interconnection Reform Discussions: What Are They and What Do They Mean?
Interconnection is one of the most important aspects for deployment of clean energy projects. Every grid-tied project goes through an interconnection process and delays affect projects of all sizes. Interconnection reforms are undergoing review at two...
Facts About The 2022 Duke Energy Christmas Blackout
Above: Duke Energy's self-reported energy generation during its 2022 Christmas blackout. For some reason, natural gas generation (in red), was extremely volatile. Solar, in yellow, was consistent throughout. As soon as Duke Energy's 2022 Christmas blackouts began,...
CCEBA Statement on NC Carbon Plan
The bipartisan legislation that created the Carbon Plan process was lauded as a historic opportunity for North Carolina to create a clean energy future for our state, one that fully capitalizes on the benefits of clean energy deployment for our communities, our...