Techstars launches Alabama accelerator 

BOULDER — Techstars, a Boulder-based startup accelerator, is launching  a new program in Birmingham, Alabama. 

The 13-week Techstars Alabama EnergyTech Accelerator is a partnership with Alabama Power the Alabama Department of Commerce and the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama, according to a Techstars news release.

Applications will begin being accepted in early 2020.

“This accelerator program will combine these organizations’ dedication to economic development and electrical and utility innovation with our startup expertise and global network reach,” Keith Camhi, Techstars senior vice president of accelerators, said in a prepared statement. “Founders addressing electrical and utility solutions who join our 2020 inaugural class are poised for three incredible months of mentorship and growth.”

Techstars has launched a slew of new accelerators across the world this year, including programs in South Korea, Australia and the United Arab Emirates.

BOULDER — Techstars, a Boulder-based startup accelerator, is launching  a new program in Birmingham, Alabama. 

The 13-week Techstars Alabama EnergyTech Accelerator is a partnership with Alabama Power the Alabama Department of Commerce and the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama, according to a Techstars news release.

Applications will begin being accepted in early 2020.

“This accelerator program will combine these organizations’ dedication to economic development and electrical and utility innovation with our startup expertise and global network reach,” Keith Camhi, Techstars senior vice president of accelerators, said in a prepared statement. “Founders addressing electrical and utility solutions who join our 2020 inaugural class are poised for three incredible months of mentorship and growth.”

Techstars has launched a slew of new accelerators across the world this year, including programs in South Korea, Australia and the United Arab Emirates.