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Environment: Climate Solutions
Is North Carolina's Research Triangle the Smart Grid's Silicon Valley?
March 14, 2012 | Clean TechnicaSilicon Valley has traditionally been the epicenter of American smart grid technology innovation, but a new report suggests North Carolina's Research Triangle may deserve the title and be key to the industry's economic future.
The US Smart Grid: Jobs through Innovation
July 27, 2011 | Penn EnergyThis article by Penn Energy draws on the central findings of CGGC's U.S. Smart Grid report.
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Triangle is central for Smart Grid
May 24, 2011 | Raleigh News and ObserverThe Triangle has quietly emerged as a national hub for an industry that barely existed just five years ago: Smart Grid. The term describes the digital technology that's increasingly used to monitor and manage the movement of electricity from the power plant to the home and business.
Nurture Green Jobs and They'll Sprout
February 02, 2011 | Marcy Lowe | Raleigh News & ObserverThe president's 2011 State of the Union speech called for investment in clean energy technology.. This takes a commitment to reinforcing our strengths and making a fine-grained assessment of where we need to improve.
Several states to benefit economically if U.S. invests in public transit
June 24, 2010 | Humanitarian NewsCGGC analysis of U.S. rail manufacturing capabilities shows that U.S. rail supply chain includes 247 manufacturing facilities across 35 states.
CGGC at Capitol Hill Briefing
January 14, 2010
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Manufacturing Climate Solutions in a Carbon-Constrained World: Video
February 09, 2009 | Gary Gereffi, Marcy Lowe | You TubeGood Jobs, Green Jobs National Conference: Gary Gereffi and Marcy Lowe discuss CGGC's research on economic and job opportunities associated with green technologies at the February 2009 Good Jobs, Green Jobs National Conference organized by the Blue Green Alliance.
Duke Study Says
November 19, 2008 | Raleigh News & ObserverAn article in the Raleigh News & Observer about the new report from the Center on Globalization, Governance & Competitiveness, called Manufacturing Climate Solutions, which presents a new research approach linking U.S. jobs with selected low-carbon technologies that can help combat global warming.