RTCC Program Assistant Emmit Owens attended the Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) kick-off meeting November 12-13 in Gaithersburg, MD. The GCTC is a collaborative network of project teams working to develop and deploy smart city solutions enabled by the internet of things.Read more
On October 28, RTCC Executive Director Jenn Bosser moderated a panel for the Organization of Women in International Trade-Greater Triangle, NC focused on how regional academic institutions are attracting, inspiring and training a global-ready workforce.Read more
RTCC Executive Director Jenn Bosser was recognized on November 10 at the Electric Vehicle Challenge Benefit Breakfast for RTCC's support over the past year.Read more
More than 70 people joined RTCC at NC State’s Institute for Emerging Issues on November 4 to learn about a recently announced White House Initiative directing $160 million to focus on smart cities. Jennifer Robinson, Director, Local Government Solutions at SAS opened the meeting with perspectives on the smart city movement.
Research Triangle Region, N.C. - Two new region-based ventures, MeterSYS and OBX Computing Corp., have joined the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) as Entrepreneur members.Read more
Research Triangle Region, N.C. – Five years ago, virtually no one knew cleantech existed in the Research Triangle Region of North Carolina, but today it is recognized as a global cleantech hot spot, Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) Chairman Ed White reported to the cluster network Thursday at its annual meeting.Read more
Research Triangle Regional Partnership Names Nance COO, Bosser as Cleantech Cluster Executive Director
Research Triangle Region, N.C. – The Research Triangle Regional Partnership (RTRP) has promoted Executive Vice President Lee Anne Nance to chief operating officer and tapped veteran economic developer Jennifer Bosser to serve as the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster’s (RTCC) first executive director.Read more
Research Triangle Region Energy and Technology Companies Plan to Hire Within Five Years, Need Range of Skills and Expertise
Research Triangle Region, N.C. – Eighty-four percent of technology and energy companies in the Research Triangle Region of North Carolina expect to hire within the next five years, adding between 1,500 and 3,300 employees, according to a new report released by the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster.Read more
Research Triangle Region, N.C. - The urgent, global need to develop technologies that deliver clean, efficient sources of energy, alternative modes of transportation and adequate clean water are driving a global cleantech revolution with market potential estimated to reach $4.8 trillion by 2025.Read more
Research Triangle Region, N.C. - Mobility and energy technology consultancy Nexus EMC has joined the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster as an Entrepreneur member.
Company founder Jeff Barghout and principal Chris Carmody bring four decades of experience advising public and private clients on strategies for integrating emerging energy, transportation and mobility technologies to operate more effectively and sustainably and have worked extensively in cleantech economic development.Read more