RTCC Webinar: Meet the Spring 2020 Startups of the NC Cleantech Corridor

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Name: RTCC Webinar: Meet the Spring 2020 Startups of the NC Cleantech Corridor
Date: April 22, 2020
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM EDT
Event Description:

RTCC and Joules Accelerator, leaders of the North Carolina Cleantech Corridor, have selected a new cohort of startups for their 90-day Cleantech Catalyst accelerator. The finalists come from around the world - including two headquartered in North Carolina - but all specialize in innovative ‘net zero’ technologies that help communities, utilities, and industry reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The 8 cleantech companies selected for the Corridor's accelerator program will pitch technologies, business models, and partnership opportunities to the public on April 22.

Blue Box (Gardena, CA) uses enzymes to remove microbes from HVAC systems, improving the energy use and air quality of buildings.
Dynamhex (Kansas City, MO) monitors and visualizes complex energy consumption data - enabling individuals, corporations, and governments to make data-driven decisions to meet emission reduction targets.
Eavor (Calgary, Canada) geothermal systems produce clean, reliable, and scalable baseload power through closed-loop technology - eliminating pollution, emissions, or geographic limitations.
EnKoat (Phoenix, AZ) offers an energy-efficient coating that can be applied to both interior and exterior building walls, replacing traditional fiberglass insulation to reduce heating and cooling needs.
Flux Hybrids (Raleigh, NC) develops hybrid and electric conversion kits for aftermarket vehicle upgrades to increase fuel economy, reduce emissions, and collect remote data on vehicle performance.
Good Solar (Charlotte, NC) creates renewable energy solutions for nonprofit organizations and disadvantaged communities to combat climate change and drive just economic development.
gridX (Charlotte, NC) customizes IoT communication platforms along the entire energy value chain to enable the integration of decentralized assets and interoperability.
IND Technology (Melbourne, Australia) hardware and software continuously monitor energy assets to detect and predict electric faults remotely, accurately, and in real time.
Date/Time Information:
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
4-5:30 PM
Contact Information:
Grace Levin
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