“We are pleased to establish our first American facility in South Carolina’s Upstate, and are particularly excited to be locating here in Greenville County at CU-ICAR,” said John Ferrell Jr., general manager of Tigges USA
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With over 325 guests at CU-ICAR, Ecoplosion aims to create a lasting, positive impact on the community.
“Ecoplosion 2013 stands at that intersection of entrepreneurship and real estate development — providing civic and business leaders a common platform to collaborate, build stronger communities and foster a more livable environment,” said Dave Wyman, Clemson Associate Director of the Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership.
Ever wonder what kind of car Gen Y would really like to drive? Well, just have them design one for you. That’s what Mazda has done by sponsoring a project at Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research, and the result is as outside of the box as they come. + read more
Forward thinking partnership with Clemson University a sign of COMP Cams’ investment in future discoveries. Yes, there are classrooms, lab spaces and teachers, but when you are teaching a group of research students of this caliber, the potential is so great it is hard to call it simply a “school.” + read more
Given the presence in Greenville of Michelin and BMW, the mayor favored bringing in an innovative automotive hub. This began in 2008, when the town was able to convince Clemson, a major public university, to create on its campus – with the support of public and especially private financing – an International Center for Automotive Research. + read more
(Translated Article) Upstate South Carolina boasts not only automobile manufacturing facilities but also top-rated U.S. automobile research & development. They owe it to the Clemson University International Center for Automobile Research (CU-ICAR), an exemplary model of collaboration between industry, government, and academia.
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The Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR), the Hertz Corporation, and Duke Energy have completed the first installations of Evatran’s Plugless Power wireless electric vehicle (EV) charging technology. These installations, on Nissan LEAF vehicles, represent the first passenger electric vehicles in the world with full wireless charging capability, according to a release from Evatran. + read more