As part of its tour of the southeastern United States, the Governors Association of Korea visited the EPIC building on the UNC Charlotte campus April 16 to learn about energy collaboration at the city and state levels here.
The visit was arranged by E4 Carolinas and the UNC Charlotte Energy Production and Infrastructure Center. Charlotte Mayor Dan Clodfelter welcomed the group, and other local energy leaders spoke about how Charlotte defines and enacts energy regulations and policy, the creation of EPIC and its role in the industry, and the emergence of the Charlotte region as an energy hub.
Representatives on the Governors Association of Korea included city managers, policy planners, public service officers, executive directors and other civic leaders from a number of Korean town and cities.
Charlotte Mayor Dan Clodfelter speaks to representatives of the Governors Association of Korea.