Gov. Roy Cooper has signed a bipartisan energy bill that directs the state Utilities Commission to work toward significant carbon-reduction goals for public energy producers.
Nearby residents can expect testing between 10 and 11 a.m. Wednesday.
Amid broad bipartisan agreement on resiliency, flood mitigation and land conservation policy and funding in Raleigh, there are certain terms that still raise suspicion among some in the legislature.
The North Carolina House has approved measure that would require legislative approval for the state to join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
Investing in solar power along with energy storage capacity can overcome challenges that skeptics cite as renewable energy’s limitations in meeting demand.
Carteret County’s economic development director has a plan to develop Radio Island as a staging or fabrication area for offshore wind energy equipment.
Visible flames, audible sounds and the smell of natural gas are possible this week as Piedmont Natural Gas performs routine pipeline maintenance in Newport.
Small policy changes can put in motion affordable and cleaner electricity generation options, according to a recent report on the North Carolina Power Sector.
Piedmont Natural Gas is performing routine natural gas pipeline maintenance this week in Newport.
Gov. Roy Cooper has asked the new Bureau of Ocean Energy Management director to remove the moratorium on wind energy leasing off the N.C. coast and advance development.
A report released this week by the N.C. Commerce Department estimates that North Carolina stands to benefit from a more than $100 billion market opportunity in offshore wind by 2035.
A stakeholder group presented Wednesday to the state Climate Change Interagency Council a number of electricity reform recommendations for achieving clean energy goals.
The state Department of Air Quality is hosting a webinar Jan. 13 for those who want to apply for funding to install a Level 2 charger for zero-emission vehicles.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has confirmed that the Trump administration’s 10-year moratorium on offshore energy leasing includes renewable energy.
While the president has yet to confirm Sen. Tillis’ announcement that North Carolina had been added to a moratorium on offshore drilling, permits for seismic exploration appear to be moving forward.
President Trump signed an order Tuesday to expand a moratorium on offshore drilling off Florida’s Gulf Coast to include the Atlantic coasts of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.