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An Australian environmental cleanup company is coming to North Carolina, picking Statesville for its first U.S. plant and 226 jobs.
The fourth annual NC Transportation Summit is taking place Wednesday and Thursday at the Raleigh Convention Center.
Laura Leslie, WRAL capitol bureau chief
Gov. Roy Cooper wants the state to get to 1.25 million zero-emission vehicles by 2030, making up half of all new passenger vehicle sales by that time.
Governor Roy Cooper will be honored as the North Carolina Cleantech Champion by the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster. The Cleantech Champion Award recognizes an individual who exemplifies a deep commitment to advancing the cleantech industry in the state of North Carolina.
Twenty-three investors contributed to the round, according to a recent securities filing. To date, the startup has raised more than $3.3 million.
Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019 -- For Duke Energy to achieve its vision of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, the utility must collaborate with stakeholders to create new state policies that can attract clean energy companies and encourage innovation, driving down energy costs in the process. Part of that conversation should include natural gas and how to avoid locking us into fossil fuel infrastructure that could quickly become outdated as the state transitions to widespread use of clean energy.
A unique partnership in North Carolina is trying to attract "cleantech" companies to the area.
Mandy Mitchell, WRAL reporter
As cleantech startups from around the country descend into Charlotte and Raleigh for the Joules Accelerator this week, Susan Sanford, executive director of the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC), recently chatted with WRAL TechWire about what it all means for North Carolina.
Joules Accelerator in Charlotte received a grant from the i6 Challenge to help develop a cleantech corridor between Charlotte and Research Triangle Park.
RoadBotics uses artificial intelligence and smartphones to help governments and engineering firms make data-driven decisions.