Cornell University highlights its entrepreneurial clean energy initiatives

Cornell University has a thriving ecosystem for clean energy entrepreneurs that includes programs like:

  • Diversity in ClimateTech” that recruits, educates, inspires and supports capitalization for clean energy founders who are Black, Indigenous, people of color and women;
  • The “ClimateTech Prototyping Hardware Accelerator” at Rev: Ithaca Start-up Works that provides clean energy entrepreneurs with state-of-the-art prototyping lab space and materials, one-on-one mentorship and networking opportunities; and
  • The “2030 Project: A Cornell Climate Initiative” that is launching this year and will be housed in the Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability. It will harness Cornell’s strengths in collaborative scholarship and entrepreneurship and aims to mobilize investors and collaborators to accelerate the development of large-scale climate change solutions.

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