Is your company actively participating in Duke Energy’s energy efficiency programs in North Carolina or South Carolina? If so, NCBPA is working hard to make these programs better for your company and its customers!
Today, NCBPA is excited to release a new report detailing the work that we, Duke Energy and other energy efficiency advocates have been leading over the past several years through Duke Energy’s Energy Efficiency Collaborative. The “Collaborative” holds bi-monthly meetings that provide opportunities for these stakeholders to work together to improve and expand the utility’s energy efficiency programs in both states. Since early 2018, NCBPA has been leading these efforts as a representative of North Carolina’s energy efficiency contractors and Trade Allies.
Read this report to learn how your company and its customers can benefit from our work and help make it even better in 2020 by joining NCBPA as a member company. Click here to read this new report.
In addition to this report, NCBPA’s advocacy partners including Southern Environmental Law Center, NC Sustainable Energy Association and Southern Alliance for Clean Energy submitted filings to the NCUC two weeks ago with Duke Energy and the Public Staff in support of further changes to how the utility’s energy efficiency programs are regulated. Their recommendations include changes to how cost effectiveness testing protocols and non-energy benefits are considered for new and existing programs.
Read the two documents below.