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Caring for Animals and Pets, Efficiently

Q: We currently own a dog, a cat and a few chickens. We’re thinking about expanding our small backyard farm and adding a few more animals. What are some […]

Advanced Energy Welcomes Roslyn Mercedes as an Administrative Assistant

Advanced Energy is excited to welcome Roslyn Mercedes as an administrative assistant. Roslyn first joined the company in May as a temporary employee and accepted a permanent role in […]

Electric Vehicle Owner Spotlight: Michael Matthews

Michael Matthews, one of our building science specialists, recently purchased his first electric vehicle (EV). We spoke with him to hear about his experiences […]

Advanced Energy Welcomes Aaron Kienow as a Building Performance Analyst

Advanced Energy is excited to welcome Aaron Kienow as a building performance analyst. Aaron was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, and moved to North Carolina after high school. He […]

Advanced Energy Welcomes Scout Vieux as a Motors and Drives Co-op

Advanced Energy is excited to welcome Scout Vieux as a motors and drives co-op through NC State University’s Cooperative Education Program. Scout grew up in Myrtle […]

Advanced Energy Welcomes Taylor Hill as an Engineer

Advanced Energy is excited to welcome Taylor Hill as an engineer. Taylor was born and raised in the Raleigh area and attended NC State University, where he earned a bachelor’s […]

Give Your Home a Break While on Vacation

Q: I’m going on vacation soon and was wondering what steps I can take now to save energy while I’m gone. Any advice? A: Yes, there are several […]

Advanced Energy Welcomes Stephen Lapp as a Project Manager

Advanced Energy is excited to welcome Stephen Lapp as a project manager. Stephen grew up in Wilmington, North Carolina, and attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where […]

What I’ve Learned as an Advanced Energy Intern

My name is Gwen Pratt, and I am wrapping up my marketing and communications internship at Advanced Energy. This August I will be going into my senior year at UNC […]

Utility-Scale Battery Storage in North Carolina

In our latest webinar from our Exploring North Carolina’s Clean Energy Transition program (formerly Exploring NC Smart Grid), we heard about the status of utility-scale battery […]