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.
- 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?
From The Blog
CCEBA is hailing an August 17 decision by the North Carolina Utilities Commission that will finally allow independent power producers (IPPs) to add energy storage to their own solar facilities. The ruling’s title is, “Order Approving SISC Avoidance and addressing...
Brattle Economists Find 74% GHG Reduction Achievable in North Carolina with $590 Million in Generation Savings by 2030 Economists at The Brattle Group have released a new study, prepared for Cypress Creek Renewables, which analyzes the generation costs and...