Cooperation and collaboration between government, academics, and private industry is the “Triple Helix” of successful cleantech projects, and the Research Triangle is “good at forging partnerships,” an international expert told the annual meeting of the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) Wednesday.Read more
North Carolina’s energy industry is growing. It employs more than 39,000 people, which is almost 10% more than in 2010, according to Cary-based Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina Inc., and it is second in U.S. solar installation, helping it gain attention on the domestic and global stages.
Austin, Texas - This week, the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) is partnering with the NC Regional Internet of Things (NC RIoT) to host a delegation of regional partners at the most extensive showcase of smart city innovation in the U.S. - the 2016 Smart Cities Innovation Summit in Austin, Texas.Read more
With more than 350 cleantech companies in the region, the job market is booming says Jenn Bosser, executive director of the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster.Read more
It’s hard to believe that it’s been less than three years since we created the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster. Five years ago, virtually no one knew cleantech existed in the region. Today, the Research Triangle Region of North Carolina is recognized as a global cleantech hot spot.Read more
Over the past five years, few names have been more associated with economic development in Wake County than Jennifer Bosser. But as of Sept. 1, Bosser will become the first executive director of the Research Triangle Regional Partnership's CleanTech cluster. Why is she taking the job? What's the mission?
Lee Anne Nance is promoted to chief operating officer at the Research Triangle Regional Partnership, and Jennifer Bosser is named the executive director of the partnership's high-profile Cleantech Cluster program.Read more
Two veterans of the Triangle economic development market have been promoted to new positions at the Research Triangle Regional Partnership and its nonprofit initiative, the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster.Read more
Consulting and energy industry firms are looking for people with skills beyond what you might expect for tech-related firms. Their "other" needed skills rank higher than software and programming as well as engineers, a new survey from RTI International finds. So what do these firms need?