RTCC publishes research on cleantech market trends and opportunities as well as cluster activities and results. Many of these reports are available for download at no cost.
The RTCC reports on its 2016-17 achievements and highlights the work being done to promote the region and accelerate the region's cleantech sector.
The RTCC reports on economic and workforce development and other results from year one of its new two-year strategic plan.
The RTCC reports on results and achievements implementing its new two-year strategic plan.
With help from RTCC Advisory Council industry members, Wake County Economic Development and the Capital Area Workforce Board, we surveyed regional energy and technology companies to understand changing skill requirements, what jobs are most in-demand, and how company growth will impact hiring needs. With the robust findings presented in this report, we are better prepared to work with partners to develop an action plan for attracting and retaining the talent our companies need to compete and grow in the future.
A critical mass of more than 350 companies, an innovation-based economy, abundant talent and an exceptional quality of life create a cleantech ecosystem where innovation thrives. Find out why the Research Triangle Region of North Carolina is the place to be for cleantech.
The Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster board of directors convened for the first time in late 2011. Our agenda was ambitious: to begin building a leadership infrastructure to foster the success of one of our region's most promising industry clusters. Read about our first year of work in the 2013 annual report.
Characterizing Smart Transportation, Smart Water and Smart Grid in the Research Triangle Region, North Carolina
A cluster study conducted by RTCC founding member RTI International provided key insights and intelligence on the size, scope and significance of the region’s cluster as well as market opportunities emerging in the smart energy, water and transportation space.
A study by the Center for Globalization, Governance and Competitiveness at Duke University focuses on core smart grid firms and relevant assets in North Carolina.