Charlotte, N.C. – Eight of the most promising early-stage companies nationwide in the fast-growing clean technology sector will spend three days gathering advice and, potentially, customers in Charlotte and the Research Triangle, N.C. at the kick-off of the Joules Accelerator Catalyst on May 16.
The nonprofit accelerator was launched with financial backing from Duke Energy in 2013 and brings with it a track record of success developing pilot projects for corporate partners and utilities through the Catalyst program. Innovate Charlotte, a public-private partnership seeded by the City of Charlotte, the Charlotte Chamber and local foundations, became a second primary sponsor of the Joules organization this year.
Learn more here: https://www.joulesaccelerator.com/
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