NC SAVE$ ENERGY is an initiative by a growing number of organizations to create a statewide, independent (non-utility) energy efficiency program. It will keep savings on energy bills in the hands of residential customers, while serving those who can least afford rising energy costs.                                                         NC SAVE$ ENERGY would create a publicly-managed, independent fund to pay for energy efficiency projects for homes, local government buildings, hospitals, and schools. This program will create good North Carolina jobs, save people money, protect the environment, and ensure healthy, safe homes and buildings across the state.                                                                                        NC SAVE$ ENERGY is based on the experiences of six other states’ cost-effective independent energy efficiency programs.


Model Programs for NC
How might an energy efficiency program affect North Carolina? Six states already have similar, established programs. “Independent Administration of Energy Efficiency Programs: A Model for NC ” is a report that summarizes the different types of programs and their results.

House Bill 874 – new!
Read the original, unabridged bill introduced in April 2011 in order to create an independent (non-utility company) energy efficiency administrator.

Endorsement Statement
A printable version of our endorsement page, for genuine and substantial energy efficiency in North Carolina!

FAQs – coming soon!
NC SAVE$ ENERGY demystified.

Fact Sheet
Great information on the basics of NC SAVE$ ENERGY: what it is, who it would help and how it works, on one easy-to-print-and-distribute sheet!

Comparison Chart: NC’s Energy Future
A point-by-point comparison of The utility companies’ Save-A-Watt plan and the independent NC SAVE$ ENERGY plan. Easy to see the scary energy future as designed by power companies- doubled or tripled power bills- versus a plan made to be consumer and environment friendly.