Energy Technology/Services


STEER Model  The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released the final rule for carbon emissions from existing power plants, called the Clean Power Plan (CPP). The State Tool for Electricity Emissions Reduction (STEER) is a resource for regulators and stakeholders to help them better assess a wide variety of technology and service options available to states for carbon emission reduction.

Greenhouse Gas Measurement  GHG emissions are a rapidly growing problem in regard to air quality and climate change.  The United States ratified the Paris Agreement in 2016, and has committed to a 28% reduction in emissions compared to a baseline year of 1990.  Organizations measure emissions by using GHG calculators that are in compliance with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, which sets the world standard for measuring emissions. 


CERT provides a range of energy related services to businesses, governments, and schools systems.  These services include:

  • Preliminary and secondary energy audits
  • Measurement and verification
  • Building efficiency and energy reduction consulting
  • Baseline measurements for greenhouse gas emissions and recommendations for reduction
  • Sustainability assessment
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N.C. A&T to Celebrate 127th Founder’s Day March 22

N.C. A&T State University will hold its annual Founders Day convocation program, from 10 a.m. – noon, Thursday, March 22, in Harrison Auditorium. Tonya Smith- Jackson, Ph.D., CPE will deliver the keynote address.

N.C. A&T Receives $1 Million to Support Scholarships for the College of Engineering

N.C. A&T State University’s leadership in education of the engineers of tomorrow so energized a supporter that the individual recently gave $1 million to support engineering student scholarships over the next five years.

N.C. A&T to Host Regional Diabetes Research Symposium March 16

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will host the inaugural North Carolina Regional Diabetes Research Symposium, at 9:15 a.m., Friday, March 16, at the Union Square Campus.