NC GreenPower launches Speakers Bureau to educate about renewable energy
NC GreenPower, the first statewide, multi-utility green energy program in the nation, provides free presentations on clean energy alternatives and renewable energy practices through a Speakers Bureau. The Bureau strives to increase participation in the NC GreenPower program and provide economic, environmental and health benefits to citizens of North Carolina.
The Speakers Bureau comprises more than 75 speakers statewide, who share the common mission of educating North Carolinians on the benefits of renewable energy. Members of the Speakers Bureau come from various educational and vocational backgrounds. Bureau members are NC GreenPower representatives, economists, environmentalists, educators, electric utility representatives, renewable energy advocates, renewable energy producers, government officials, medical experts, and renewable building experts. Members of the Bureau offer presentations to groups across North Carolina, including environmental, civic, school, government, policy and faith-based organizations.
To schedule a speaker, contact NC GreenPower at (866)-533-NCGP; (919)-716-6398 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Interested groups may also fill out an application available at the NC GreenPower website www.ncgreenpower.org/bureau/find_speaker.html. The Bureau will match location and presentation requirements to an appropriate speaker in a given area. Speakers are located throughout North Carolina and are trained to speak to a variety of audiences.
NC GreenPower is a subsidiary of Advanced Energy, a Raleigh-based nonprofit corporation that enables utility customers to improve returns on energy investments. Advanced Energy also strives to create environmental and economic benefits through innovative approaches to energy.
NC GreenPower is a subsidiary of Advanced Energy, a Raleigh-based nonprofit corporation that enables utility customers to improve returns on energy investments. The corporation focuses on industrial process technologies, motors and drives testing, and applied building science. Advanced Energy is responsible for meeting energy needs while reducing harmful environmental threats caused by energy use.