Chapter History


The AABE North Carolina (NC) Chapter was chartered in 1989 at the Annual AABE® Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Headquartered in Raleigh, the chapter has been focused on ensuring the input of African-Americans and other minorities in the development of energy policy, energy regulation, R&D technology and environmental standards for the African American community throughout North Carolina.

In June of 1990, the NC Chapter developed a plan to share information with other energy-related entities and was renamed the VA/NC Chapter. Realizing the need to strengthen the programs and participation in the NC area, the chapter was renamed the NC Chapter in 2003. The Chapter founded a Student Chapter at NC A&T University in 2008.

The focus areas for the NC Chapter are
  • Legislative and Community Relations
  • Professional Development
  • Scholarship, Education, and Student Relations
  • Communications
  • Membership


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