FREEDM also works closely with these partners to advance a clean energy future.

American Public Power Association

FREEDM and NC State are members of APPA and participate in their Demonstration of Energy and Efficiency Developments (DDED) program to support student scholarships and research projects.

Center for Advanced Power Engineering Research

CAPER is a collaboration of three universities (NC State, UNC Charlotte, and Clemson) and multiple industry partners focused on increasing the reliability and efficient management of the Southeastern US power grid.  Watch this to learn more.

North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center

FREEDM and NCCETC frequently leverage the other organization’s expertise. NCCETC turns to us when they need advanced technical capabilities or specific lab testing, while FREEDM looks to NCCETC for the latest on clean energy policy and market trends.

Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster

FREEDM was a founding member of RTCC and continues to support their efforts both in recruiting new members to their organization and participating on various committees. FREEDM supports their mission of accelerating the growth of the Research Triangle Region’s cleantech economy through collaboration and partnership.

Triangle Clean Cities Coalition

FREEDM supports the mission of Clean Cities to cultivate sustainable transportation strategies that improve our environment, economy and security.