Congratulations Greentown Labs on Three Wonderful Years

greentown-labs-logoWe just wanted to take a moment to congratulate Greentown Labs on a great week. We here at HB are sponsors of Greentown Labs, so we’re very invested in their success. So far Greentown Labs has been called the “coolest startup space in Boston,” asked to “save the world,” and praised for helping startups “work around VCs, find niches in cleantech.”

Last week marked the third anniversary of the cleantech incubator and what a celebration! Not only did they have great beer from neighbor Aeronaut Brewing and wonderful pulled pork thanks to a pig roast, they also gave the first-ever Greentown Labs prize to Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone. Being the type of place Greentown Labs is, of course it was created on a 3D printer. Senator Benjamin Downing also stopped by, he is co-chair of the Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy, as did reporters from around town. A full rundown of the day can be found on Storify.

That’s not all, George Takei popped in late last week:

As did Congressman Mike Capuano:


In the middle of it all, the Boston Business Journal honored Greentown Labs Executive Director Emily Reichert as one of the MHT 2014 Women to Watch.

All this prompted Greentown Labs founding partner Embue to note how all this coverage is hitting the inbox.

Of course, we marked Greentown Labs’ growth with an infographic (below). It captures the excitement many feel about the incubator and why we at HB are so proud to be part of its growth.



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