The Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Energy Efficiency Research and Development (R&D) Connector: Findings and Recommendations

At least half of America’s economic growth can be attributed to scientific and technological innovation. However, as government and businesses continue to plant the seeds for tomorrow’s technologies by making investments in basic and applied research and development (R&D), it becomes increasingly evident that the process is complex. Moving discoveries from their nascent stages to the later stages of product development and commercialization creates innumerable challenges for researchers and innovators.

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