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Pure Energy Partners Publishes Cleanweb Report

Mintz is very excited to announce the launch of “The State of the Cleanweb“ report, which we are proud to support. Within, resources and energy are referred to as “software’s next meal” — and you’ll want to know why! The report was produced by SuperCollider with data powered by CB Insights, and is also supported by New York State Energy Research and Development Authority.

Our support of this report stems from the Mintz team’s involvement in this sector since its inception. We see the vast opportunities in this space and we are thrilled that our friends at SuperCollider do too! Whether you’re an entrepreneur, investor, someone who is engrained in the energy and/or software spaces, or someone who is unfamiliar with cleanweb, this report contains information of interest to you. The largest takeaway is that this space is budding with opportunities and there is research from CB Insights to support this.

We are delighted to remain committed to the cleanweb space as it continues to grow. Notably, Mintz and our client EnerNOC have sponsored Cleantech Open Northeast’s annual Cleanweb Prize since it began in 2014. In addition, Mintz’s Evan Bienstock, who has a depth of experience in this space, serves as a judge for this prize. Most recently, Energy Technology Practice Chair Tom Burton moderated the “Boston Cleanweb Tech Night” hosted by MassCEC.

Click here to read the report

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Daniel I. DeWolf

Member / Chair, Technology Practice; Co-chair, Venture Capital & Emerging Companies Practice

Daniel I. DeWolf is an authority on growth companies and serves as Chair of Mintz's Technology Practice Group and Co-chair of the firm’s Venture Capital & Emerging Companies Practice. He has worked on pioneering online capital-raising methods. He also teaches venture capital law at NYU Law School.

Samuel Asher Effron

Member / Co-chair, Venture Capital & Emerging Companies Practice

Samuel Asher Effron assists Mintz clients with venture capital and private equity transactions, helping start-ups with legal and business matters. He has clients in a variety of technology sectors, including video gaming, music, virtual and augmented reality, and consumer electronics.