Cleantech and renewable energy professionals now have a new legal resource at their disposal. Professionals looking for help on legal or policy issues can submit their environmental, clean tech, and renewable energy legal questions to CleanTechies’ Legal Q&A at http://law.cleantechies.com and get answers from cleantech law experts.
CleanTechies has joined forces with Cleantech Law Partners, a boutique law firm that caters to the unique legal needs of renewable energy and cleantech companies. The firm’s attorneys review the legal questions that are submitted on CleanTechies and provide their answers online.
Users can provide additional feedback by commenting on the discussion and sharing their own experiences and insights on cleantech and renewable energy law.
To submit your questions about environmental, clean tech or renewable energy law, follow this link.
As new technologies develop and awareness about climate change evolves, cleantech and renewable energy laws, policies, and regulations play an increasingly important role in the United States. This service will provide a much needed resource to help cleantech and renewable energy professionals navigate the rapidly changing legislative environment.
“The Legal Q&A on CleanTechies helps close a significant gap in the online knowledge base by allowing renewable energy project developers, startup companies, service providers, and other professionals to ask our attorneys about legal and policy issues they encounter on a daily basis. We hope this resource will contribute to the overall growth of the sector,” said Jack Jacobs, founder and managing partner of Cleantech Law Partners, a boutique law firm that caters to the unique legal needs of renewable energy and cleantech companies.
The new online legal forum is built on strong foundations: It combines CleanTechies’ powerful Internet presence and reach of tens of thousands of cleantech professionals every month with Cleantech Law Partners’ legal expertise and industry-specific cleantech insights.
“We are excited to team up with Cleantech Law Partners to provide cleantech professionals with another valuable resource on our website,” said Ceylan Thomson, CEO & Co-Founder of CleanTechies, a leading network and knowledge hub that provides cleantech professionals with insights, resources, and opportunities. “Our goal is to provide better access to expert knowledge and facilitate understanding of important issues by offering cleantech professionals a platform to share their insights. The Legal Q&A will contribute to this goal by shedding light on important legal and policy issues.”
Visit the Cleantech Legal Q&A, and post your questions on clean technology and renewable energy law.