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Smart grid solutions provider Sensus has announced that Matt Zafuto, executive vice president of corporate strategy and business development, has been elected vice chairman of the board of directors for the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC).

According to Sensus, the RTCC works to position the North Carolina Research Triangle region as a top location for clean technology. Sensus adds that the organization brings together industry, government and academia to help accelerate economic and technological growth in smart grids, smart water, advanced transportation, alternative energy and energy efficiency.

Sensus notes it joined the RTCC in 2012 as a founding board member.


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