Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions

North Carolina Clean Energy Fund

Date and Time
Tuesday, November 17, 2020 - 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Location
Webinar
North Carolina Clean Energy Fund

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In North Carolina, a green bank or clean energy fund was among the top recommendations of three parallel stakeholder processes in 2019—the N.C. Clean Energy Plan, the N.C. Energy Efficiency Roadmap and the Department of Transportation’s Zero Emission Vehicle Plan.

The Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions and the Coalition for Green Capital worked with stakeholders to conduct a market assessment that identifies areas where a N.C. Clean Energy Fund could spur clean energy growth in the state. Released in October 2020, the assessment found that such a fund could catalyze private investment in clean energy and energy efficiency projects, helping the state meet its greenhouse gas reduction goals and create jobs for a post-COVID-19 recovery.

Join the authors of the assessment and other stakeholders for a discussion of the opportunities for a N.C. Clean Energy Fund and how it supports the goals of the N.C. Clean Energy Plan.

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Speakers

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  • Jennifer Weiss, Senior Policy Associate, Climate and Energy Program, Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions
  • Hannah Beinecke, Program Director, Coalition for Green Capital
  • Jill Bunting, Deputy Director, Coalition for Green Capital
  • Sushma Masemore, Deputy Assistant Secretary & State Energy Director, North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality

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