2021 State Energy Conference of North Carolina: 2021 State Energy Conference of North Carolina:

April 25 – 26, 2023
McKimmon Center, NC State University


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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.

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

  • Commercial & Industrial Buildings
  • Clean Transportation
  • Governmental & Institutional Buildings
  • Energy Innovation and Deployment
  • Residential Homes
  • Renewable Energy
  • Utilities & Infrastructure

Why You Should Attend

  • Choose among 30 different sessions in six different tracks
  • Gain access to all conference sessions by combining LIVE and ON DEMAND sessions.
  • Full access to all conference sessions and materials for two weeks after the conference is complete.
  • Network with exhibitors, sponsors and attendees during designated times and during the conference reception
  • Receive professional continuing education credits

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

Sessions and Credits:

Receive professional continuing education credits for engineers, architects, energy managers, energy auditors, planners, and others.*

  • AIA Member Architects AIA LUs and HSWs to be announced once approved.**
    Expected individual credits: 7.5 AIA LUs or HSWs
  • LEED Professionals GBCI CEs expected for all sessions in the Residential Homes, Commercial & Industrial Buildings and Governmental & Institutional Buildings tracks.**
    Expected individual credits: 7.5 GBCI CEs
  • BPI Professionals BPI CEUs expected for all sessions in the Residential Homes track.**
    Expected individual credits: 7.5 BPI CEUs
  • Attorneys CLEs will be available for selected plenary and breakout sessions. Specific sessions will be announced once approved.**
    Expected individual credits: Up to 10.0 CLEs
  • NC professional engineers and other self-reporting professionals, such as CPAs and PEs can receive 1.5 PDH for each complete breakout session and 1.0 PDH for each plenary and keynote.

Certificates will be sent electronically 6-8 weeks after the conference.

NEW for 2022! Selected sessions may be eligible for American Planning Association (APA) Certification Maintenance (CM) credits. Please contact us if you are an AICP member who would benefit from APA CM credits.

Please contact Allison Carr with questions concerning continuing education credits at the conference.

*Other self-reporting professionals may receive credits as well. Continuing education credits are not limited to the specific professionals mentioned above.

**These estimates are based upon submission to certifying organizations and are subject to change once a decision is received for individual sessions. Please note that not all sessions offer AIA HSWs, APA CMs, GBCI CEs, BPI CEUs, and CLEs.