Tag: Southeast

Ivan Urlaub

Fragmented Policies Hold Back Energy Innovation in North Carolina

Given the regulatory and policy challenges North Carolina faces, it takes patience for the solar power and energy efficiency industries to move forward there. According to staff at North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association, Duke Energy is taking the lead with developing some opportunities, but other utilities are lagging behind it...
Jamie Barber

Georgia’s Residential Market Should Seek Clean Energy Options

Although there is interest in utility-scale solar in the Georgia market, residential solar power and residential energy efficiency are lagging, according to Jamie Barber, energy efficiency and renewable energy manager at Georgia Public Service Commission. In this interview, she said that building homeowners’ awareness of their energy options could help...