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NC WARN Clean Path 2025 Update - Storage (Shared screen with speaker view)
Rita Leadem
25:23
If you have any problems hearing the presentation, you can call in to 408-638-0968, meeting ID: 791 954 447
Karen Bearden
41:34
Who receives the benefits of the solar in the Brunswick sites, including in Robeson County, where we are working to stop the proposed ACP.
Rita Leadem
46:32
please type your questions in the chat box and I will feed them to Bill after the presentation.
Amanda Robertson
48:37
Solar companies are telling me that often they cannot compete with Duke due to the discounted energy prices many commercial businesses get. This was the case with a local restaurant/bar, Pittsboro Roadhouse. How do we manage these challenges?
Thomas Marchner
48:45
Is the material in your presentation available in written form somewhere?
Amanda Robertson
48:51
What batteries is Brunswick using?
Kathy Kaufman
49:40
Have you seen any community-scale solar-battery financing models across the country that work around the local utilities rather than depending on their buy-in?
Sally Robertson
50:06
Do we know if the Brunswick community solar program provides subscribers with a net benefit? Or do they end up paying more than they get back, like Duke's proposed program?
Karen Bearden
52:25
Exactly!!! Eye of the beholder!! I want to see solar all over the state!!!
Amanda Robertson
53:13
Yes Solar gave them an estimate and told me personally it was not competitive for them
Amanda Robertson
53:41
Will do
Amanda Robertson
53:52
sure!
Maple Osterbrink
54:24
Solar panels are the eye-candy of the 21at century
Amanda Robertson
59:20
I think we are going to need to do some good research and give this info to Duke so they stop making this claim. Going to be an important part of this equation...
Amanda Robertson
01:01:59
Love to find that out
Amanda Robertson
01:04:41
Thanks, Bill!
Amanda Robertson
01:04:46
Thanks Rita