From concept state through reinvention our economic development partners offer services and programs tailored to the Information and Digital Technology Sectors. Our staff can provide an introduction to these and other organizations throughout our region. Contact us to let us know what you are looking for.
In the first phase of development, started in 2009, TBEIC will use its investment from the US Department of Energy $2.2 (through EERE and the National Energy Technologies Lab), along with approximately $1-3 million in cash and in-kind support from the State of Ohio and regional stakeholders to operationalize the TBEIC core facility in Warren, Ohio.
This phase, Led by NorTech, the City of Warren, Trumbull County the State of Ohio and a range of committed regional stakeholders consists of: (1) preparing a usable facility for TBEIC operations in Warren, Ohio the facility for use through renovation and the deployment of a basic scientific and technological infrastructure; and (2) hiring initial staff members to begin the process of connecting with regional stakeholders to begin programming efforts.
The mission of the Energy Innovation Center is to contribute to socially responsible workforce development, foster energy and sustainable technology advancement, and assist in job creation through a commitment to diversity, innovation and comprehensive education.
Designed and equipped by corporate partners, this 6.6 acre urban complex will promote energy-sector research and innovation and create direct and deliberate bridges to job creation, entrepreneurship and urban economic revitalization. It is positioned in the heart of a historic neighborhood that is sandwiched between the downtown central business district and the campuses of the region’s major research universities. Because the Hill District has suffered more than fifty years of economic disenfranchisement, community partners are working to ensure that this Energy Innovation Center will become an instrument of urban economic revitalization.
Scheduled to open in 2013, the Cleveland Medical Mart & Convention Center is a one million square foot campus located in the heart of downtown Cleveland, the nation’s medical capital. Cleveland Medical Mart and Convention Center has utilized more than 12,200 tons of steel, more than 24,000 steel beams, making it the largest project in downtown Cleveland history. Medical Mart spaces will highlight the latest innovations of individual companies but also will include collaboratively executed multi-organizational spaces. The spaces will improve the research, product development, branding, sales and service results for companies, be a spark for medical innovation, provide a setting for multiple education and training programs, and engage virtual offerings.
Universities, corporations, and regional industry clusters around the world use Flintbox to:
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For entrepreneurs, investors, service providers and business mentors, connections are key. IdeaCrossing® is an online resource that helps entrepreneurs find the investment capital, connections, mentoring, and business assistance they need to launch promising new business ventures. Register now and start connecting — it’s free!
The Energy Asset Map is designed to provide information about energy related companies, investors, researchers, facilities and technologies, which can be selected, searched, sorted and viewed in a variety of different ways. The information provided here has been gathered from publicly available resources and from individuals who have participated in EnergyMatch events.