You are cordially invited to be part of the NC Sustainable Energy Association’s 6th Annual Making Energy Work Conference!


Clean energy has arrived and the majority of North Carolinians support it. The energy choices we make today will have complex social, political, economic and environmental impacts - both now and in the future.  But how do we work together to ensure our energy future is affordable, reliable and sustainable? The answers to these important questions are being shaped today at Making Energy Work 2014: Securing the Future.

Making Energy Work 2014 is about getting clear and actionable with each other about how we secure North Carolina’s energy future going forward, with a focus on the evolving contribution of clean energy to meet our needs and grow our globally competitive economy.  North Carolina’s clean energy market is saving all ratepayers money, delivering a positive fiscal return to our local and state government, making our state economy prosperous and competitive and creating thousands of jobs. 

Join over 500 attendees from across the US to gain access to the latest information, solutions and technologies impacting our energy future and tap into a highly informed and engaged network of public and private sector leaders driving the success of North Carolina’s clean energy economy. Exhibit booths, networking breaks, the “Connection Café,” and an evening reception add to the opportunities to increase attendees’ practical knowledge, build new relationships and connect with colleagues. Whether your business, government agency, or non-profit is  new to clean energy, or you are a seasoned leader with great success, this is the only conference where you can get the combination of actionable information, key relationships, valuable conversations and deal-making you need to succeed in 2015. 


Reserve your place at Making Energy Work 2014: Securing the Future and get involved. 


Share ideas.

Discover solutions.
Make connections.
Secure your future!


"Making Energy Work was instrumental in providing the context for the ever changing energy landscape. It's extremely important to hear from experts who work all across the energy spectrum rather than generalists to fully understand the energy markets, costs and policy landscape that North Carolina finds itself.  Each year NCSEA has managed to do this but 2013 was in particular a banner year".

Diane Cherry

Institute for Emerging Issues

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