Clean Energy States AllianceClean Energy States Alliance Contact: Lewis Milford
Clean Energy Group (CEG) is a nonprofit, 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to greater use of clean energy technologies in the U.S. and abroad through innovation in finance, technology, and policy. CEG operates as a "market assist" nonprofit catalyst to improve clean energy markets. We work with public fund managers, private investors, business academics, and other energy consultants to provide information, advocacy and analysis to develop market opportunities for clean energy. Clean Energy Group (CEG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to greater use of cleaner energy technologies, such as fuel cells and solar, in newly restructured energy markets. CEG was organized in January 1998. CEG promotes policies and programs that support replacement of the existing electricity generation system with new, less polluting clean energy technologies in the U.S. and abroad through creative financing, business partnerships, public policy and advocacy. Lewis Milford, president and founder of CEG, was formerly a vice-president of Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) and headed its energy project during the restructuring negotiations in New England. CEG works with nonprofit officials from around the U.S. that are responsible for over $3.5 billion in new clean energy funds. CEG now manages the Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) (www.cleanenergystates.org), a new nonprofit organization assisting these funds in multi-state strategies. It also manages the Public Fuel Cell Alliance (PFCA), a new consortium of public fuel cell funders working to collaborate on fuel cell and hydrogen technologies. CEG also works with public officials in Europe interested in trans-Atlantic efforts to build clean energy markets.
THIS IS AN ADVOCACY AND INFORMATION RESOURCE GROUP, THEY DO NOT APPEAR TO BE MAKING INVESTMENTS RATHER PROVIDING INFORMATION FOR STATE CLEAN ENERGY PROGRAMS, ECT