Research Triangle Region, N.C. – Lee Anne Nance, managing director of the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster, has been appointed to the Smart Cities Council Advisory Board.
The board comprises more than 50 of the world’s foremost independent organizations of experts on smart city technologies.
“Smart cities are not only a great commercial opportunity but also an important way to help the world’s cities achieve livability, workability and sustainability,” Council Chairman Jesse Berst said in announcing Nance’s appointment. “We know that cleantech innovation is central to accomplishing those goals. We are very grateful to have your expertise on the team."Read more
Research Triangle Region, N.C. - More than a dozen Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) executives will be featured speakers at the second annual 2015 NC Clean Tech Summit Feb. 19-20 at The Friday Center in Chapel Hill.Read more
Research Triangle Region, N.C. - The Research Triangle Region’s success in creating a vibrant cleantech cluster will be featured prominently at Energy Central’s Smart Cities conference, “Shaping a Smart Energy Future,” Nov. 3-4 in San Diego, Calif.
Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) Managing Director Lee Anne Nance will moderate a panel of cluster member companies discussing how public sector, private sector and utility industry partners in the region collaborate to deploy smart city solutions and how that creates competitive advantage for the region.Read more
Research Triangle Region, N.C. – It’s the stuff of futuristic sci-fi movies, but it’s happening right now in the Research Triangle Region of North Carolina.
Tiny, self-driving vehicles under development by engineer entrepreneurs at N.C. State University run on elevated monorail-type lines that offer the slim footprint of a bike lane with the broad potential to revolutionize transportation.Read more