E4Carolinas is excited to announce the new Energy Leadership Academy: Online Edition!
This program is designed to accelerate participant industry knowledge, professional network development and personal leadership mastery by many years in a virtual setting. Over a 6-month period participants gain deep industry knowledge, personal leadership understanding and skill, and a peer network that might normally take as much as a decade to establish. Graduates become members of the Carolina Leadership Energy Alumni Network, and remain connected with leadership alumni throughout their careers.
This year we will run a two day “intensive” schedule for the Online Academy Participants. Dates of sessions are listed on the brochure that you can download above. Please keep in mind that this is a 7-session program spread over 6 months with each session building on the previous one. Each session will have two “off weeks” in between the meetings. We strongly recommend blocking your calendar ahead of time to ensure you can be online and participate for all sessions.
The deadline for application submission is December 29th, 2020, but we will fill the programs on a “first come, first registered” basis. We encourage you to submit your application or your candidate’s application(s) soon.Energy Leaders Academy_Online Edition Brochure
North Carolina Building Performance Associates is a not-for-profit 501(c)(6) trade association serving North Carolina's Building performance contractors and the general public with education, member services, and industry advocacy.
Based in Wilmington, N.C., GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) is a world-leading provider of advanced reactors, fuel and nuclear services. Established in 2007, GEH is a global nuclear alliance created by GE and Hitachi to serve the global nuclear industry. The nuclear alliance executes a single, strategic vision to create a broader portfolio of solutions, expanding its capabilities for new reactor, fuel and service opportunities. The alliance combines GE’s design expertise and history delivering reactors, fuels and services globally with Hitachi’s proven experience in advanced modular construction to offer customers around the world the technological leadership required to effectively enhance reactor performance, power output and safety. GEH operates training facilities in Wilmington and San Jose, California, and fuel manufacturing operations in Wilmington and Kurihama, Japan.
Aecon-Wachs, previously known as Wachs Technical Services, has served the Industrial and Power Generation markets for nearly 30 years. Our industry professionals bring in-depth expertise to deliver projects safely, on time and within budget. Aecon-Wachs combines the strengths and experience of a leading construction contractor with specialized engineering capabilities for industrial clients to develop and drive an integrated construction management plan. The end-result is always the same: A proven, managed task approach that provides value to clients and ultimately improves cost, schedule, quality and construction predictability on every project we deliver.
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.