E4 Carolinas transitioned and produced many virtual events during 2020 in response to the pandemic. This increased the amount of valuable content provided to members and featured some well-recognized energy professionals. E4 Carolinas has also been hard at work with project partners on the USDOE Planning Grant and a number of other initiatives. Read the full report for more information about this interesting year.
Collins Climate Consulting (C3) is a strategic advisory that helps accelerate the shift to a low-carbon economy for businesses and communities. C3 specializes in stakeholder engagement, communications and strategy development.
The Bradley Energy Practice Group is a full-service, multidisciplinary legal team that helps clients negotiate and develop successful projects across the world in the dynamic energy industry. Bradley offers a holistic approach to energy projects, from project finance through development and construction, as well as compliance and regulatory counsel. Bradley's attorneys also possess deep knowledge in the areas of traditional fuel sectors and renewable energy sources. Bradley's client base is far ranging and includes developers, producers, financiers and investors, insurers, and transporters.
Amptricity sells, markets and distributes the only mass-produced solid-state battery storage technology and offers complete energy storage solutions to markets in front of the meter (utilities, PV and wind farms, energy storage facilities, etc.) and after the meter (commercial, industrial, government).
E4 Carolinas envisions the region attracting and retaining the world’s foremost energy companies, innovators and leaders.
Our mission is to cultivate a collaborative Carolina energy cluster to accelerate economic growth, efficient resources and care for our environment, resulting in increased employment, productivity and prosperity. Those are our four “Es.”
Our vision will be realized and mission accomplished by creating:
E4 Carolinas members are from all energy sectors and all parts of the Carolinas. Some are large and established and others are small, early stage companies. Some are directly engaged in the Carolinas energy production and infrastructure industries while others provide valuable services and supplies. Regardless of their size or role, all have found they can be more valuable and successful through collaboration in E4 Carolinas’ task forces, programs, and events.
E4 Carolinas’ Member Guide describes how you may create more value for your company or organization. Examine our member companies and Board of Directors; you’ll likely find many familiar names and others with which to connect. Call on our staff for any assistance your require.