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Making Energy Work In North Carolina

Originally published on the ECOreport. North Carolina’s economic leaders, and some politicians, know that the next 14 years will be crucial. This is already America’s #3 solar state, with 1.93 GW of installed capacity. The area surrounding Raleigh has earned the nickname “Silicon Valley of smart grid.” This state is making impressive strides with its intelligent and high-performance buildings, bioenergy, and wind energy.
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