NuHub is a collaborative group of public, private, higher education and workforce development stakeholders working to maximize economic and job creation opportunities for the nuclear industry in the Midstate region of South Carolina, and to establish the Midstate as a hub and global leader for nuclear energy innovation.
NuHub’s executive committee is comprised of broad, collaborative leadership representing the region’s strong nuclear assets and supporters, which provide strategic vision, governance and direction to the group. Executive committee members include: Co-chairman Steve Byrne, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President for Generation and transmission at SCE&G; Co-chairman Dr. Sonny White, President of Midlands Technical College; Don Herriott, Director of Innovista Partnerships for the University of South Carolina; and Donald Goldbach, Director of Manufacturing Strategy with Westinghouse Electric Company. A full list of participants are outlined below.
A Leadership Committee and Advisory Board also serve the role of providing community input to NuHub and consists of a diverse range of stakeholders.
EngenuitySC is a public/private partnership with the mission of growing the knowledge-based economy in the Columbia, SC, region. EngenuitySC leads initiatives that leverage the region’s assets, promote commercialization and support research while building collaborations around these projects that are comprised of leaders from business, government and higher education. Together, these partners foster an environment where entrepreneurship, innovation and the creation of knowledge are fundamental elements of the region's identity, enabling us to imagine more jobs and opportunities for the future.
Leadership & Assests
Savannah River National Laboratory
Westinghouse Electric Company
Suppliers, Contractors, and Service Providers
Alpha Manufacturing Company
Carolina Systems, Inc.
Weirich Consulting Services, Inc.
Weld Spect Technologies
Public Sector Partners
City of Columbia
SC Department of Commerce
Educational and Community Institutions
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