Duke Energy awards $96K to Joules Accelerator for cleantech projects in communities across Carolinas

The Duke Energy Foundation has awarded the Joules Accelerator $96,000 to establish a program allowing college students to help energy startups and work with neighborhoods in the Carolinas to bring pilot decarbonization projects to underserved communities.

The money will support a new program called Joules Camp. The accelerator is a Charlotte nonprofit established to foster development of early-stage cleantech startups.

“Duke Energy has been a longtime supporter of Joules Accelerator,” says…


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