Ben Franklin TechVentures2 in the news – The expansion to Ben Franklin’s award-winning incubator/post-incubator opened in October 2011 and added 47,000 square feet to the existing building, including wet labs, office/meeting space, and a parking deck. TechVentures2 is projected to create as many as 200 sustainable, highly paid technology jobs and retain 100 more jobs at new start-up companies in its first three years. Click here to read the Ben Franklin Article in the Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal.
Ben Franklin TechVentures® is an award-winning technology-based incubator/post incubator facility owned and managed by BFTP/NEP. To meet tremendous demand among start-up companies, the facility was expanded in 2011. Ben Franklin TechVentures2 added 47,000 sf to the existing building and increased capacity to 40 companies and 200 high-tech jobs. The expansion is registered for LEED Certification, with a photovoltaic solar array on its rooftop and the latest Lutron Electronics energy management and light-harvesting technologies integrated throughout the building. View the video below.
BETHLEHEM, PA: CEWA Technologies, Inc. (http://www.cewatechnologies.com/), Bethlehem, is installing its revolutionary new solar dish in its first commercial application. The structural base for the prototype was erected on the rooftop of the Flat Iron building in Southside Bethlehem on January 14 as its initial test site. This solar dish represents a technological Continue Reading ...
The Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania’s (BFTP/NEP) Board of Directors approved the investment of $315,582 in support of regional economic development. BFTP/NEP’s goal is to help lead northeastern Pennsylvania to a better economic future by building partnerships that develop and apply technology for competitive advantage. To achieve this goal, Continue Reading ...
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