Implement multifaceted strategies across sustainability components that result in NC State as an environmentally, socially and economically balanced university.
Energy is the world’s biggest industry. As the nation and world continue to grapple with diminishing fuel supplies and pollution concerns brought on by burning traditional fuels, scientists at NC State are looking for traditional and non-traditional answers to virtually every aspect of the need for energy.
Energy Home: Action
Energy Home: Outreach
Energy Home: Community
Energy Home: Research
Energy Home: News Portal
- Grant Opportunities
- Energy News
- Event and Conferences
NC State as a community is raising the bar and engaging the issues of energy and the critical need we have as an institution to connect our activities with those off campus to carve out a brighter future for North Carolina.
IES is the recognized leader and change agent for the sustainability and advancement of North Carolina industry. Through process improvement solutions such as lean and Six Sigma, outreach and partnership opportunities through Extension Student Workers On-Demand and the NC Conference for Excellence, compliance solutions like ISO/Quality Systems and Health & Safety audits and assessments, certificate and awards programs such as Project Management, Master Black Belt, NC Shingo Prize, Manager of Environmental, Safety and Health, North Carolina Awards for Excellence, and Facilities Engineering and Energy Management diplomas, IES works with NC industries to help them reach their full economic potential.
The North Carolina Solar Center serves as a clearinghouse for solar and other renewable energy programs, information, research, technical assistance and training for the citizens of North Carolina and beyond.
The Coastal Wind Initiative
Interconnection and Net Metering