KLAW Industries selected to compete in the largest intercollegiate student startup competition

Out of over 400 student-led startups to apply, KLAW Industries has been selected as one of 42 startups that will pitch in the Rice Business Plan Competition taking place April, 7-9. More than $1 Million in investment and cash prizes is expected to be awarded to the teams at the 2022 RBPC.

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Syndem Completes the Field Tests of Twenty Grid-Forming Inverters for DOE funded Project

The successful completion of the field tests has demonstrated the functions of grid-forming technologies and their important roles in enabling the power system paradigm shift from centralized generation to distributed generation, in advancing energy equity, access, and justice, and in developing a low-carbon economy.

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Read more about the article New Energy New York stakeholders meet to discuss lithium-ion battery manufacturing proposal
President Harvey Stenger, Nobel Laureate and Distinguished Professor of Chemistry M. Stanley Whittingham William Acker, executive director of NY-BEST, Per Stromhaug, associate vice president of Innovation and Economic Development and local officials New York State Senator Fred Akshar, New York State Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo and Broome County Executive Jason Garnar spoke at a press conference at the start of New Energy New York Regional Convening Agenda held in the Rotunda of the Engineering and Science Building at the Innovative Technologies Complex, Thursday, February 24, 2022. Pictured here, Whittingham delievers his remarks.

New Energy New York stakeholders meet to discuss lithium-ion battery manufacturing proposal

NENY to compete for up to $100 million under American Rescue Plan’s Build Back Better Regional Challenge

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U.S. Department of Commerce invests $1.6 million to support Binghamton’s Soft Landings program

This project will provide immigration and visa assistance, domestic market research, capital access, and translation services to promote private investment that will lead to good jobs for residents of the Southern Tier.

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