Green Innovations

Developing renewable and clean technology companies in New York

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Albany Law School Center for Law and Innovation to create clean tech legal network through grant from NYSERDA

The Albany Law School Center for Law and Innovation recently received a $250,000 four-year award from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to help create sustainable legal networks in New York State to support early-stage companies focused on renewable and clean energy product development.  The grant will enable the Center to provide resources and education to help cleantech entrepreneurs navigate complex legal issues facing start-up companies, helping to conserve capital for technology development and company growth.  The NYSERDA program was designed to reduce the barriers to entry for renewable and clean energy technology business start-ups, and to invest in technically talented people, enabling them to build entrepreneurial growth companies.  

Read more at the Center's website.