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NCRE is entering 2021 with vigour, to meet the rising demand for clean energy across the US, and legislation that opens new doors in renewable development.

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What a year it has been! I am sure most of us are not sad to see the end of 2020, and are looking forward to a less turbulent 2021. For the renewable energy sector, the year…

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With continuing increase in demand for clean energy across the South East, and a fast-increasing portfolio of developments, NCRE is delighted to welcome…

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Vacancy. We’re excited to continue growing our team creating new opportunities. NCRE today announced a new vacancy for Management Assistant.

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The community platform for solar developments and facts about solar energy. In a time when many things are shifting to digital and online, we believe the love.solar portal will help..

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North Carolina Renewable Energy’s employees are working remotely to
ensure NCRE continues to deliver high quality renewable solar energy services.

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NCRE is excited to announce we have commissioned Raleigh-based art company Glas, to create a neon version of our logo! The work is now finished and the logo looks amazing.

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A great deal of work has taken place over the past few weeks, and today NCRE is making a move to its new home. The site will look and feel exactly the same – only the URL will be different.

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What is going to be the largest solar farm in Nash County was approved Monday by the Nash County Board of Commissioners, after extensive questioning about the noise level.

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NCRE is proud to be one of the first solar developers in the US to design all of its solar PV projects to the voluntary Low Impact code published recently by the NCSEA.

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NCRE’s Darlington Solar was a step closer to generating 4,755 MWh of clean renewable energy into the Roanoke Electric Municipal Cooperative’s electricity network.

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This 1.3 MW project in Asheboro, NC has been under development for several months and will be completed before the end of next year. The project was sold to Cypress Creek.

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