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The Center for Energy Education began its celebration of today’s SolarFEST with Wednesday night’s Clean Power: Light the Night Event.

Wednesday’s activities featured the American debut of Oliver Wayman’s and Morag Myerscough’s Clean Energy Avenue of Flags — banners made from recycled ocean plastics.

Wednesday also featured a silent disco, portable planetarium and food trucks.

(The photo gallery is a compilation of photos from the Wednesday event and the events today)

Today’s event focused on speakers, a video welcome from Governor Roy Cooper and a keynote address from Beth Schrader, the state’s energy office director.

Other speakers also addressed the clean energy initiatives and the center’s work in that mission.