PHOTOS: The Y-Combinator for greentech kicks off


Cutting the ribbon at the Greenstart event

back in May
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San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee gave some opening remarks at the event and helped founder Lowe with the formal “ribbon cutting” ceremony — here’s some photos we snapped. Last week another accelerator program called Surge launched in Houston solely focused on the intersection of energy and information technology. We also attended the Cleanweb Hackathon earlier this month, a weekend hacking event focused on developers creating tools to help with resource constraint, from energy to water to food. Are incubator programs the new (or only) way for early stage greentech companies to make it in this hard fundraising environment?

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