Incubator space is great for web start-ups, but clean technology ventures require places for entrepreneurs to get dirty, bend metal, and make noise. At Greentown Labs they provide budding entrepreneurs access to the facility, services, and research & development resources needed to take their clean technology ventures to the next level.
Each year there are hundreds, if not thousands of graduating students from top universities who are forced to make a decision about where to launch their clean technology venture. Often, they chose to relocate to regions ouside Boston and New England. Why aren’t more of them staying local?
Greentown Labs believes New England is uniquely positioned to lead the United States in clean energy innovation. The local Massachusetts educated workforce, academic institutions, and political leadership are second to none. Greentown Labs wants to play a part in helping strengthen our local cleantech cluster by providing the facilities, services, and resources early stage clean energy entrepreneurs need to grow.
Meet new CEO, Executive Director, Emily Reichert, Ph.D. and Co-Founder Jason Hanna and see why Greentown Labs is disrupting the clean tech space.

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