2019 State Energy Conference of North Carolina:

Postponed to April 20-21, 2021

Due to the continued uncertainty of hosting conferences and events in North Carolina, we have made the decision to postpone the 2020 State Energy Conference until April 20 - 21, 2021

If you have already registered for the 2020 conference, we will automatically move your registration to 2021. For those that have registered, sponsored or signed up to be an exhibitor, please expect a follow-up email with additional information.

Thank you for your continued support of the 2020 State Energy Conference as we have navigated the many changes that have taken place over the last few months.

We are already planning for 2021 and look forward to seeing you next year!

The State Energy Conference provides actionable insight into the business of energy, connecting technical innovation, diverse resources and industry opportunity to help drive North Carolina's regional energy economy forward with national impact.

Examine the impacts of energy technologies, policy and finance on customers at all levels of the energy marketplace:

  • Commercial & Industrial Buildings
  • Governmental & Institutional Buildings
  • Grid Edge
  • Residential Homes
  • Renewable Energy
  • Utilities & Infrastructure

Why You Should Attend

  • Receive professional continuing education credits
  • Benefit from over 75 expert speakers
  • Choose among 33 different sessions in 6 different tracks
  • Network with 50+ exhibitors and sponsors at extended breaks and receptions
  • Learn how the diverse energy mix is connecting our state
  • Be an active participant in the discussions about the future of energy in North Carolina

Who Should Attend

Architects, decision-makers, engineers, energy and sustainability managers, facilities personnel, property managers, planners and thought leaders from:

  • Small businesses
  • Developers
  • Innovation firms
  • Energy companies
  • Colleges and universities
  • Government and state agencies
  • Corporations
  • Nonprofit organizations


The conference typically offers continuing education credits for:

  • AIA Member Architects
  • LEED Professionals
  • BPI Professionals
  • Attorneys
  • NC PEs, CPAs and other self-reporting professionals
See what was offered in 2019

Media Contact:

Shannon Helm, NC Clean Energy Technology Center, Email, 919-423-8340