Charlotte, North Carolina is establishing itself as an Energy Hub propelling business development and thought leadersip around energy policy and technologies, economic growth, education and job creation.

Innovative Collaboration

Charlotte demonstrates the Power of Partnership among Businesses, large and small, Non Profits and Local Government

Carolinas MED-1 Green Project

Led by the Carolinas HealthCare System, members of Charlottes’ Energy Hub have come together to drive innovation in disaster response with the upgrade of the MED-1 mobile hospital into an efficient, sustainable and green facility. The MED-1 Green Project will be on display at the 2012 Democratic Convention, and demonstrates the power of partnership amongst the Charlotte community.

Learn more about Carolinas MED-1:

WFAE Radio Charlotte Talks with Mike Collins:
Interview with Dr. David Callaway from Carolinas MED-1 on WFAE radio
Watch the Carolinas MED-1 Video

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Join the conversation on Twitter
MedPage Today Speaks with Dr. David Callaway



Charlotte Marks the Spot for Leaders in Energy Innovation and Initiatives

E4 Carolinas, Inc.

E4 Carolinas, Inc is a non-profit agency formed by fourteen of the Charlotte region's leading energy with the mission to promote and develop the energy hub in the Carolinas. The organization will focus on encouraging sound energy policy, economic development, work-force development and technology development to attract additional energy businesses to the region. Its goal is also to foster the creation of new companies and assist existing companies in the region expand.

Power2 Charlotte

The "Power2" is a campaign to implement energy-efficient initiatives, with a goal of establishing Charlotte as a true national energy leader. The campaign’s efforts focus on efficiency education, environmental quality, and economic vitality.


Entrepreneurship and Workforce Development

Charlotte uses Energy to Fuel Economic Development and Growth

CLT Joules and EPIC

CLT Joules and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte's Energy Production and Infrastructure Center (EPIC) are two initiatives in Charlotte aimed at providing training, support, and sustainability to the region’s Energy Hub. CLT Joules is a business community that promotes energy innovation, entrepreneurship and collaboration in Charlotte’s energy sector. EPIC develops highly trained engineers to meet the growing demands of the energy industry and create energy solutions for the future.