Joint Energy Innovation Task Force forms, announces meeting

Buncombe County, the City of Asheville and Duke Energy Progress have established a joint task force known as the Energy Innovation Task Force.


Members have been appointed from local government, environmental and clean energy advocates, large and small businesses, local institutions and Duke Energy Progress. They will research, recommend and implement energy efficiency and demand-side management programs and projects and distributed energy technology in Buncombe County (subject to appropriate North Carolina Utilities Commission approval). This Task Force will seek input from and engagement with the public as an integral part of its work.


The first meeting of the Energy Innovation Task Force will be held from 10 a.m. to noon May 13 at 161 S Charlotte St, Room A109. More information will be posted on the City of Asheville website.