The annual conference highlighted how the University, Research Triangle Park and the state play a key role in leading the way to a green global economy.
By Will Rimer, University Communications, Friday, March 2, 2018
Not so long ago, clean energy was unconventional.
Now it is North Carolina’s future, UNC-Chapel Hill’s Provost and executive vice chancellor Bob Blouin told a group of students, professors and industry leaders from the region and the world.
“North Carolina is poised to be a national hub of clean technology for the country and the world,” Blouin said this week at the fifth-annual Clean Tech Summitt, which brings together academics, government officials, industry professionals and students for panels, workshops, mentoring and networking.