Albany Law School's Center for Law & Innovation has been awarded a four-year, $250,000 incentive by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to help create sustainable networks in New York state that support early-stage companies focused on renewable and clean energy product development.
As part of the incentive, the Center has pledged to provide resources and education to help clean-tech entrepreneurs navigate through the complex legal issues facing start-up companies, ultimately conserving needed capital for technology development and company growth.
"The proposal also incorporates a plan for developing a clean-tech legal network and training the next generation of green collar lawyers to address the needs of the state's future clean energy industries," said the Center's director Annette Kahler.
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NYSERDA provides energy-related technical and financial packaging assistance to businesses and institutions to promote energy efficiency and economic development, as well as providing energy research and development programs that promote safe and economical energy production efficiency technologies in New York State. NYSERDA also analyzes the effect of New York's energy, regulatory, and environmental policies on the State's business, institutional, and residential energy consumers.