Carolinas Clean Energy Business AssociationThe Carolinas' Voice for the Clean Energy Industry
CCEBA advocates at the North and South Carolina Utility Commissions for fair rules ensuring clean energy businesses can compete in the market. This includes implementing North Carolina’s major energy statutes such as the Competitive Energy Solutions for North Carolina (HB 589) and South Carolina’s Energy Freedom Act (Act 62), and other important policies such as interconnection, net metering standards, and energy pricing through issues such as avoided cost rates.
CCEBA also participates at the North Carolina General Assembly and the South Carolina Legislature as they debate and consider policies that ensure the Carolinas’ energy future. The Carolinas Clean Energy Business Association works to provide data-driven information about the economic impact of clean energy business in North and South Carolina. It is important that state legislators rely on fact-based information when making decisions and understand the implications of their choices.
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
CCEBA intervenes in FERC issues relevant to the Carolinas’ energy market.
CCEBA works with local government to educate county commissioners and city council members on best practices for renewable energy development.