SUBCHAPTER 41E – ENERGY POLICY COUNCIL
01 NCAC 41E .0101 FUNCTIONS
The Energy Policy Council serves as the central energy policy planning body of the state. Its responsibilities are: to advise and make recommendations on energy policy to the Governor and the General Assembly; to conduct an ongoing assessment of the opportunities and constraints presented by various uses of all forms of energy and to encourage the efficient use of all such forms in a manner consistent with state energy policy; to coordinate all state government research, education and management programs relating to energy matters; and continually educate and inform the general public regarding energy matters.
History Note: Filed as an Emergency Regulation Eff. March 6, 1978, for a period of 120 days to expire on
July 3, 1978;
Statutory Authority G.S. 113B‑2; 143B‑429; 143B‑430; 143B‑431; 143B‑449;
Made Permanent Eff. July 3, 1978;
Transferred from 04 NCAC 12E .0103 Eff. May 15, 2007.