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Meeting

Roanoke River Basin town hall meeting

When:Apr 24, Thu 6:00-8:00pm
Where:H. Leslie Perry Library
205 Breckenridge St, Henderson, NC, 27536
http://www.rrba.org

The Dan River spill continues to impact the people who live and recreate in the Roanoke River Basin. Over 140,000 tons of toxic coal ash and wastewater threatens water quality, and public health. Local economies are suffering with tourists avoiding the now-tainted river. Join the Roanoke River Basin Association, coal ash experts and concerned citizens at a town hall meeting to learn more about… More ▶

Rally

Charleston County Earth Day Festival

When:Apr 26, Sat 11:15am - 4:00pm
Where:North Charleston Riverfront Park (on the old Navy base)
North Charleston, SC
http://www.charlestoncounty.org/Departments/SolidWaste/earthday.htm

Come see SACE at the Charleston County Earth Day Festival and learn about local and regional opportunities to advance clean energy! More ▶

Rally

Duke Shareholder Meeting Candelight Vigil

When:Apr 30, Wed 7:30-8:30pm
Where:New Duke Energy Headquarters
550 South Tryon St, Charlotte, NC, 28202
http://charlottesierraclub.org/2014/04/12/unleash-the-flood-duke-shareholder-meeting-candlelight-vigil-430-and-rally-and-press-conference-51/

On February 2, 2014 a stormwater pipe at Duke Energy’s retired Dan River power plant burst, spilling approximately 140,000 tons of coal ash and wastewater that now coats the Dan River for 70 miles downstream. Across North Carolina, Duke Energy’s coal ash dumps contain at least 16 billion gallons of coal combustion waste (enough to cover 38,662 football fields one foot deep). These sites… More ▶

Rally

Duke Shareholder Meeting Rally and Press Conference

When:May 1, Thu 8:30am
Where:Former Duke Energy headquarters
526 South Church St, Charlotte, NC, 28202
http://charlottesierraclub.org/2014/04/12/unleash-the-flood-duke-shareholder-meeting-candlelight-vigil-430-and-rally-and-press-conference-51/

On February 2, 2014 a stormwater pipe at Duke Energy’s retired Dan River power plant burst, spilling approximately 140,000 tons of coal ash and wastewater that now coats the Dan River for 70 miles downstream. Across North Carolina, Duke Energy’s coal ash dumps contain at least 16 billion gallons of coal combustion waste (enough to cover 38,662 football fields one foot deep). These sites… More ▶

Hearing

Public Hearing on Plant Vogtle’s Surface Water Withdrawal Permit

When:May 8, Thu 7:00-9:00pm
Where:Augusta Technical College Auditorium
216 Highway 24 South, Waynesboro, GA, 30830
http://www.cleanenergy.org/?p=12658

The Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) will hold an important public hearing to hear the concerns of Georgia’s and South Carolina’s upstream and downstream citizens, communities and businesses that rely on the Savannah River as they consider approving the massive surface water withdrawal permit request from Southern Nuclear. Find our comments here. More ▶

Rally

Hands Across the Sand

When:May 17, Sat 11:00am - 12:15pm
Where:http://handsacrossthesand.org

Join hands to say "NO to filthy fossil fuels and YES to clean energy!" On May 17, communities all over the world will participate in the international Hands Across the Sand day of action by gathering at their local treasured place and joining hands to draw their line in the sand as a statement of support for protecting these places from the impacts of… More ▶

Meeting

Building Our Energy Future

When:May 19-21, Mon-Wed
Where:Samford University's Howard College of Arts and Sciences
Birmingham, Alabama, 35229
http://howard.samford.edu/energy/

A Symposium on the Global status and Future of Energy The Building Our Energy Future symposium will address a variety of energy issues, including traditional energies, emerging technologies and resources. Confirmed speakers and topics include: Dr. Nick Tew (Geological Survey of Alabama) Natural Resources and Alabama’s Economy Drew Nelson (Environmental Defense Fund) A Study on Standards for Methane Emissions The Hon. Cam Ward (Alabama… More ▶

Seminar

Appalachian Energy Center Workshops: Distributed Wind Energy

When:Jun 7, Sat 9:00am - 4:00pm
Where:Beech Mountain Small Wind Research and Demonstration Site
NC
http://energy.appstate.edu/workshops/287

Distributed wind energy is electricity that is produced for homes, farms, business, villages, communities, cabins and sailboats. If you've driven across Texas or Kansas, you've seen countless wind farms out there working hard, quietly making utility-scale energy. Distributed wind is different; this is wind power for the people, amongst the people. Distributed wind energy be very rewarding – enjoy energy security by creating your… More ▶

Seminar

Appalachian Energy Center Workshops: Financial Updates for Renewable Energy in NC

When:Aug 22, Fri 9:00am - 4:30pm
Where:Appalachian State University Campus
http://energy.appstate.edu/workshops/340

North Carolina has rapidly emerged as a national leader in the growth of installed renewable energy capacity during the past five years. Accompanying this growth is an increasingly robust collection of Utility Commission rulings, clarifications on the particulars of financial and tax incentives, an expanding marketplace for non-power assets derived from renewable energy projects, and an ever-more complex decision-making environment for potential project developers… More ▶

NCSU Workshop on Utilizing Woody Biomass for Energy - Western Piedmont

When:Aug 27, Wed 8:30am - 5:15pm
Where:Winston-Salem, NC
http://www.biomassforestry.org/

SACE staffer John Bonitz to speak on sustainability at NCSU Workshop on Utilizing Woody Biomass for Energy in Winston Salem. More ▶

Seminar

Appalachian Energy Center Workshops: Building Energy Efficiency & Indoor Environmental Quality

When:Oct 3, Fri 9:00am - 4:30pm
Where:Appalachian State University Campus
http://energy.appstate.edu/workshops/259

As building envelopes have become tighter to improve energy efficiency and meet the changes required by the new NC Building Code, it is important to understand the relationship between energy efficiency measures and indoor environment quality (IEQ). Potential impacts on IEQ depend upon several factors including contaminant generation and ventilation rates, construction methods, building pressure differences and airflow patterns. This workshop will cover an… More ▶