Dynamhex, part of Joules Accelerator Cohort 6 and the NC Cleantech Corridor, Chosen in Exelon Foundation's Inaugural $20 Million Climate Change Investment Initiative
Cary has implemented technology from a wide range of partners in the space, according to Susan Sanford, executive director of the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster, an initiative of business, government, academic and nonprofit leaders that work to accelerate innovation in the region.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – The Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) recently convened North Carolina thought leaders in a webinar to discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the global energy and cleantech sector – an industry with a significant footprint in our state. Almost 150 participants from across the country tuned in to hear the panelists discuss global trends resulting from the pandemic, which have both alarming implications and unique opportunities for North Carolina.
RALEIGH — The Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) recently hosted the first-ever Clean Tech Innovation Awards at the organization’s annual meeting of government, academia and industry professionals. Seven companies and two industry leaders were acknowledged as award-winners with more than 200 professionals in attendance.
RALEIGH – Nine individuals and organizations working to bring cutting-edge clean technologies to North Carolina got recognized as part of the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster’s Cleantech Innovation Awards.
RALEIGH – The N.C. Department of Transportation's innovative drone program has earned another award, this time for the use of drones to deliver medical supplies and the positive environmental impact the initiative will have in the future.
The Cleantech Innovation Awards was organized this year to recognize and honor the individuals and organizations driving cleantech innovation and deployment in the Triangle region. The Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster, an industry-led initiative focused on accelerating clean technology, organized the awards program.
Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster to present awards for the most innovative projects, organizations & leaders in local cleantech sector
RALEIGH – With its Cleantech Innovation Awards program, the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster is celebrating the individuals, organizations and projects behind the Triangle’s growing clean energy sector.
The ceremony will convene 200 attendees at Market Hall in downtown Raleigh on December 3 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Cleantech Innovation Awards span eight categories. Here’s a breakdown (with nominees).
RALEIGH – The Cleantech Connect Career Fair, put on by the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster, will have more than 310 open jobs for candidates to pursue at Wednesday’s event.
The Joules Accelerator road show is underway with seven tech startups in its latest cohort.
Director Bob Irvin introduced the class Wednesday night in Charlotte and the tour is wrapping up today in Raleigh as the startups meet with established businesses there in search of potential pilots, sponsorship or funding. They went through the same drill in Charlotte on Thursday.
There are no companies from the Charlotte region in this batch of startups seeking business contacts, possible funding and mentoring through the accelerator. Two are from the Research Triangle, where Joules is partnering with the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster. Another two startups are from Australia, and three are from California.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Two Triangle firms are among seven emerging companies picked to participate in the Joules Accelerator Catalyst Program next week as part of the North Carolina Cleantech Corridor initiative.
The Joules Accelerator and the Research Triangle Cleatech Cluster are partners in the $1.5 million program, a three-year initiative designed to help boost cleantech development between Raleigh and Charlotte. The seven firms will be part of programs in Raleigh and Charlotte between Sept. 18-20.