The recently issued request for proposals is a “signal to the offshore wind industry that North Carolina is open for business,” one observer said.
“Down here in the Southeast we’re actually doing pretty okay” — but there are warning signs for the nation’s No. 2 solar state.
North Carolina law allows the utility to hide which candidates benefited from its political spending.
We have an opportunity to put people back to work while building a sustainable future, write Jennifer Weiss of Duke University and Jeffrey Schub of the Coalition for Green Capital.
Officials will gather written comments instead on the utility’s proposal to avoid technical glitches in the future.