Please Note: Due to Duke Energy security protocol, walk-in registration will NOT be allowed. Online pre-registration is required and will close at 5:30 PM on Wednesday, September 18.
Meet the Newest Startups of the North Carolina Cleantech Corridor
The companies will be in Charlotte Wednesday 9/18 - Thursday 9/19, and the Triangle Thursday 9/19 - Friday 9/20.
Join RTCC and Joules Accelerator to welcome the newest cohort of cleantech entrepreneurs selected for the Cleantech Catalyst Accelerator: 7 companies from around the world innovating technologies in grid, building efficiency, transportation, and workforce knowledge transfer.
Aurtra (Brisbane, Australia) - Aurtra protects transformer assets with an IoT-enabled sensor and cloud-based, real-time monitoring that shares insights about load conditions on grid health.
Breezi (Durham, NC) – Breezi keeps HVAC systems healthy with its IoT-enabled Air-Pulse, “a fitness tracker for HVAC equipment.” Analytics allow users to save energy, avoid repairs, and extend HVAC life.
Building Clarity (Raleigh, NC) – Building Clarity is a consultative, IoT-enabled engineering firm that helps clients transform their energy and HVAC environments for savings, efficiency, and resiliency.
Circuit (San Diego, CA) – Circuit is a local, on-demand, all-electric shuttle service company focused on first/last mile gaps. The service is free to riders and funded by cities, private developers, and advertisers.
Power Lines Pro (Sydney, Australia) – Power Lines Pro enables utilities to optimize existing infrastructure assets and prioritize future investment by creating a “digital twin” model of the utility network.
Tacit (Sunnyvale, CA) - Tacit enables capturing, preserving, and scaling tacit knowledge for industries where front-line employees are leaving the workforce.
Xtelligent (Los Angeles, CA) - Xtelligent provides traffic management technology for cities, improving road network performance by over 50% while also providing vehicle-to-infrastructure capabilities.
RSVP now to hear short pitches from each world-changing startup on their technology solutions, business model, and partnership opportunities - then network with national innovators and regional leaders. Engaging conversation begins at 5:30 PM at Duke Energy in downtown Raleigh. Attendees will each receive a complimentary beverage along with refreshments. Guest speakers include Stephen De May, NC President of Duke Energy.
Meet 1:1 with the startups on Friday, September 20
If you would like to meet with any of the startups to learn more about their business or discuss potential partnership on the morning of Friday, September 20, let us know.
About the North Carolina Cleantech Corridor
The North Carolina Cleantech Corridor is a $1.5m, three-year project facilitated by Joules Accelerator & Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster and funded by the U.S. federal government and North Carolina industry leaders. The project will create a 'cleantech corridor' between the Research Triangle Park and Charlotte regions, with 3 core focus areas:
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