SECO supports clean energy company growth and development through the development and sustainability of Clean Energy Incubators at public universities in Texas. While its primary purpose is job creation through helping clean energy companies grow and develop, SECO seeks to create a sustainable Clean Energy Incubation network that works closely with both the public higher education institution and the surrounding community.
SECO's Clean Energy Incubator program currently supports two incubators, the University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station.
The University of Texas at Austin Clean Energy Incubator has the following core principles.
The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) Clean Energy Incubator has the following core principles.
For more information about Clean Energy Incubators, contact Program Manager Eddy Trevino.
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