Research Triangle Region, N.C. – A nonprofit and engineering firm have joined the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) as members. These newest members are E4 Carolinas and Stewart.
E4 Carolinas, a trade association for the Carolinas energy economy, providing Members opportunities to increase their value and success. E4 promotes the Carolinas Energy Economy, mindful of the Efficient use of our resources and conscious of our Environment – their “Four Es”.
Stewart, a design, engineering and planning firm located in Raleigh, Durham and Charlotte, NC, serving clients throughout the southeastern United States. Stewart provides services in a variety of markets within the public and private sectors. Clients include education, healthcare, institutions, municipalities, architects, departments of transportation and the federal government, as well as commercial, retail, residential and mixed-use developers.
"We're excited to welcome E4 and Stewart as RTCC members," RTCC Executive Director Susan Sanford said. "E4 brings tremendous energy diversity and partnerships from across the Carolinas to the Cluster, and Stewart brings transportation expertise and a spirit of innovation to our network."
A full list of the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster's current members may be found on their website.
About the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster
The Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) is an initiative of business, government, academic and nonprofit leaders working to accelerate the region’s cleantech economy through collaboration and partnerships that promote innovation and sector growth.