AltEnergyMag has joined forces with Cleantech Law Partners (CLP) to offer a Legal Q&A forum

AltEnergyMag has joined forces with Cleantech Law Partners (CLP) to offer a Q&A forum for Renewable energy legal questions To view the Q&A visit:


San Diego, California, June 17th 2010, - has collaborated with Cleantech Law Partners (CLP) to open a Q&A Forum to help its readers navigate the sometime dizzying legal and policy issues within the renewable energy industry. The Question and Answer Forum is a free service that will allow visitors to post legal questions and comments that will be answered by a team of attorneys (CLP) who specialize in the renewable energy field.

CLP partner Jack Jacobs said "As the green energy industry begins to develop more rapidly, new legal challenges are arising all the time regarding green tax issues, rebates, incentives, and the vast amount of paper work involved in putting together an alternative energy project. Cleantech Law Partners is excited to partner with to provide its community of readers some direction in navigating these challenges."

"The Q&A Forum at will be offered for as long as our readers are interested" says Bob Hetherington, editor. "We are anxious to see what kind of feedback we get from our readers and we feel this will be a fun and valuable forum for the renewable energy community."

Publishing a bi-monthly eMagazine since 2002 has grown into a highly regarded news and information source for Alternative and Renewable energies. As an official Google News Source and with well over 75,000 monthly visitors, is a premier go-to information source for all facets of the Alternative Energy industry. With in-depth content and vast archives, AltEnergyMag brings the industry directly to the desktops of industry insiders from around the globe.

About Cleantech Law Partners
Cleantech Law Partners is a boutique law firm that caters to the unique legal needs of renewable energy and cleantech companies. Our attorneys have extensive knowledge of the clean technology industry and experience working with renewable energy and cleantech companies in the US and around the world.


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