2019 State Energy Conference of North Carolina:

April 30 – May 1, 2019 | McKimmon Conference & Training Center | NC State University | Raleigh, NC
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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.

See Who Attended in 2018

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

  • Residential Homes
  • Commercial and Industrial Energy Use
  • Governmental and Institutional Buildings
  • Utilities and Infrastructure
  • Research and Innovation
  • Renewable Energy

Why You Should Attend

  • Receive professional continuing education credits
  • Benefit from over 75 expert speakers
  • Choose among 30 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

Media Contact:

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

Sample Continuing Education Credits from 2018

Receive professional continuing education credits for: Professional Engineers, Certified Public Accountants, AIA members, LEED professionals, and BPI professionals. Please note that not all sessions offer AIA LUs, LEED CEs, and BPI CEUs.

The 2018 State Energy Conference has been approved for the following professional continuing contact hours:

  • NC Professional Engineers: 1.5 PDH for each complete breakout session and 1.0 PDH for each keynote or plenary.
    Maximum individual credits: 11.5 PDHS
  • AIA Member Architects: AIA has approved 1.5 LUs for many sessions.
    Maximum individual credits: 7.5 AIA LUs
  • LEED Professionals: USGBC has approved 1.5 general CE hours for many sessions.
    Maximum individual credits: 7.5 LEED CEs
  • BPI Professionals: BPI has approved 1.5 BPI CEUs for each Residential Homes track sessions.
    Maximum individual credits: 7.5
  • Self reporting professionals, such as CPAs and CEMs must check in at each session or plenary attended to receive a certificate.