Create more value for yourself and your organization through innovation and capital opportunities identified in the quarterly Energy Technology Series, the Charlotte or Raleigh Blockchain Working Groups or through the Carolina Energy Innovation and Capital Network and its quarterly conferences.
The Energy Technology Series features Carolina energy technologies capable of a substantial energy industry impact. The series typically meets at UNC Charlotte EPIC and features a free 4:30 pm seminar open to energy professionals followed by a networking reception. A 6:30 pm invitation-only dinner is produced for senior energy technology executives to be briefed on the featured technology and become better acquainted with the executives developing and commercializing the technology.
Blockchain Technology is rapidly gaining attention due to its ability to automate processes and manage a shared, immutable, and auditable record of transactions. It has game-changing applications for industries which have complex, multi-party transactions and require the processing and coordination of an enormous amount of data. Working groups meet in Charlotte and Raleigh to understanding the basics, follow trends and explore commercial applications.
The Network helps energy researchers, entrepreneurs, capital providers, technologists and professionals supporting energy innovation and capital to create more value and success for themselves and their organization by increasing their and their team’s project development or business creation knowledge, skill and relationships. Access the Network Member site to connect with other Network Members through the contact directory, find events on the Network Member Calendar and explore valuable reports, articles, data and website on the Network Knowledge Repository.
Co-chair and Partner
Co-chair and Senior VP
Grid Integration – Duke Energy
Contact one of our Task Force Co-chair to join the Innovation and Capital Task Force and create opportunities with other E4 Carolinas members. The Task Force meets as needed.