Tag: Clean Technology

Lease Accounting Overhaul – Now is the Time to Prepare

January 2016 | by Tyler Hales

Last month the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) voted to proceed with a new lease accounting standard. While, it’s been a mundane subject for years, the time is near and we’re advising clients to prepare now.

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Rightsizing Real Estate for Cleantech Companies

May 2012 | by admin

When making real estate and facility decisions, cleantech companies need to make sure potential properties have appropriate facility infrastructure that supports their specific equipment and processes.  Ensuring that a building can support the power, HVAC and specialty infrastructure is about speaking the right language and knowing what questions to ask. T3 has recently completed several complex real […]

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T3 Advisors Answers Cleantech Real Estate Challenge in Silicon Valley

November 2011 | by admin

T3’s new Silicon Valley office is off to a fantastic start!  We are working on a number of exciting client projects and have cohosted several industry events including hosting over 400 innovation economy influencers at two Stanford football tailgates! Hundreds of meetings with VCs, CFOs, entrepreneurs and other service providers have started paying dividends immediately. […]

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New England Women Executives in Cleantech – Join Our Efforts!

November 2011 | by admin

I am thrilled to announce the formation of Women in Cleantech (WICT).  Our mission is to build and support a network of women in the clean-tech sector by hosting monthly meetings that bring together women leaders in cleantech policy, investment, entrepreneurship, and sustainability.  The groups meetings are in an intimate setting at member homes and […]

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Incentives Evaluation: Integrating Real Estate Site Selection and Government Economic Incentives

November 2011 | by admin

With an increasing spotlight on the bottom line, company CFOs and corporate boards of directors are asking the government what they can do for them. In a race to attract precious jobs, state and local governments are competing to add new jobs while retaining others. The spotlight is also on the Obama Administration and Congress […]

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