Each year, we develop dozens of trainings, stakeholder meetings and educational webinars across our expertise areas. Our trainings provide technical information and help our clients better understand their customers. We take great care to fully understand the topic or problem of interest and then provide a training program customized to our client’s needs.
- 50001 Ready Cohorts
- Duke Energy Cost-of-Service Stakeholder Meetings
- Electric Vehicle Webinar Series for Electric Cooperatives
- Exploring NC Smart Grid Webinar Series
- Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicle Electrification Webinar Series
- Motor and Drive Training
- Solar+ Schools Teacher Training
- Updating North Carolina’s Interconnection Standards
- Weatherization Assistance Program Solution Summits
50001 Ready Cohorts
We have led numerous cohorts that walk companies through each step of the 50001 Ready program to help them obtain recognition and establish their energy management processes. Each cohort consists of a group of five to nine single- or multisite organizations and includes support over six to twelve months. Participants receive monthly cohort training webinars, monthly virtual one-on-one coaching sessions, on-demand guidance and opportunities for peer-to-peer learning.
Duke Energy Cost-of-Service Stakeholder Meetings
The North Carolina Utilities Commission order for Docket No. E-100, Sub 101 directed Duke Energy to characterize the cost impacts and benefits that distributed generators have on its grid. We have hosted the stakeholder meetings to support this effort.
Electric Vehicle Webinar Series for Electric Cooperatives
We have hosted multiple webinar series to train electric cooperative staff on electric vehicle topics so that they can serve as sources of information for their members. The webinar topics have included electric vehicle and charging basics, workplace charging, residential charging, grid impacts and engaging members and businesses.
Exploring NC Smart Grid Webinar Series
We have hosted this webinar series since 2017 to provide government and business stakeholders with a convenient way to learn how the smart grid is changing North Carolina’s future.
Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicle Electrification Webinar Series
Working with North Carolina’s Clean Cities Coalitions, we organized and hosted a webinar series on medium- and heavy-duty vehicle electrification that offered perspectives from a variety of utility, local government and other industry professionals.
Motor and Drive Training
We offer a variety of motor and drive education opportunities to our clients. Recently, we have also provided webinars via Plant Engineering magazine to hundreds of its readers, covering motor management, motor troubleshooting and maintenance, and variable frequency drive benefits and operation.
Solar+ Schools Teacher Training
NC GreenPower provides solar energy curriculum training through the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project for teachers in their grant program.
Updating North Carolina’s Interconnection Standards
We played a key role in facilitating the process for the review and update of the North Carolina interconnection standards, which define many of the requirements that regulated utilities and independent power producers must meet for solar, biowaste and other forms of electrical generation to be integrated into the electric power grid.
Weatherization Assistance Program Solution Summits
We designed and delivered four collaborative meetings across the country (known as solution summits) for the U.S. Department of Energy and National Renewable Energy Laboratory that focused on the Weatherization Assistance Program. We led discussions, coordinated activities and compiled feedback.