Hundreds to Gather at 6th Annual Making Energy Work Conference

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Join the NC Sustainable Energy Association to Secure our Clean Energy Future at the 6th Annual Making Energy Work Conference on October 1-2, 2014 at the Charlotte Convention Center.

With the ever changing energy landscape, now is the time to learn and provide insight on the different aspects of renewable energy and energy efficiency. The conference attendees will have the ability to network and engage in collaborative discussions, as well as obtain updates on policy and the emerging technologies that will impact North Carolina’s clean energy economy in the coming years. North Carolina’s clean energy market has been quickly evolving our state economy into a prosperous one. By attending the Making Energy Work conference, participants will be able to engage in a high profile network of public and private sectors who are driving the success of North Carolina’s clean energy economy. Businesses, individuals, government agencies, and non-profits both new and knowledgeable on clean energy are welcome to attend the conference. With networking breaks, exhibit booths, and keynote speakers, attendees are sure to leave the conference equipped for success in 2015. In addition, participants will be able to explore the emerging clean energy business models and talk with those who are incorporating it into their business. According to Ron Binz, a Public Policy Consulting agent, he states, “Of all the conferences out there, Making Energy Work is one of the best. The NCSEA team assembles first-rate speakers and creates a provocative, timely and relevant program year after year.”

Reserve your spot at Making Energy Work 2014: Securing the Future, browse through the agenda, and learn more about the details of the conference at

About NC Sustainable Energy Association:

The NC Sustainable Energy Association is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit that drives public policy and market development to create clean energy jobs, economic opportunities, and affordable energy to benefit North Carolina.

For more information visit
NC Sustainable Energy Association
1111 Haynes Street, Suite 109
Raleigh, NC 26204

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