Sprinkling Energy Savings in the Garden

Q: One of my New Year’s resolutions was to start my own garden and take better care of my yard. What are some energy considerations to keep in mind […]

2022 Exploring North Carolina’s Clean Energy Transition Webinar Series Recap

Thank you to all of the attendees, presenters and partners who helped make 2022’s Exploring North Carolina’s Clean Energy Transition Webinar Series possible. With your support, […]

Partnership with City of Raleigh Produces EV-Ready Playbook

Electric vehicle (EV) ownership continues to rise in North Carolina, with the state recently crossing the 50,000-vehicle mark. To accommodate and benefit from this electric-transportation surge, more […]

Warm Clothes Wherever You Go

Q: I enjoy working and spending time outdoors and was fortunate enough to receive a heated jacket for the holidays. I had never seen a jacket with a battery […]

Power Quality Through the Large Business and Industry Lens

In a recent webinar from our Exploring North Carolina’s Clean Energy Transition program, we learned about power quality issues and solutions in […]

Clean Energy in North Carolina Infographic

North Carolina’s electric utilities are moving to cleaner, lower-carbon energy sources. This clean energy transition comes with an ongoing focus on keeping energy costs as low and reliability as high […]

2022 Annual Report

We are excited to share our annual report that provides an overview of projects and initiatives we worked on in 2022. We had a great […]

Advanced Energy Welcomes Kellie McKiernan as an Administrative Assistant

Advanced Energy is excited to welcome Kellie McKiernan as an administrative assistant. Kellie first joined the company in July as a temporary employee and accepted a permanent role in October.

NCDEQ Partners with NC GreenPower to Support Energy Efficiency Upgrades for Schools in Economically Distressed Areas

NC GreenPower was awarded $798,436 in funding from the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) State Energy Office to reduce the energy burden for North Carolina’s K-8 public schools.

Remembering Dr. Robert Koger

It is with great sadness that we share that Dr. Robert (Bob) Koger passed away on Tuesday, November 15, 2022. Dr. Koger made a large and lasting impact on both […]