ABOUT THE CEBN
The Clean Energy Business Network works to grow the clean energy economy through policy, public education, and business support for small- and medium-size companies. Our 3,000+ members work in all 50 U.S. states, nearly 350 Congressional districts, and across every aspect of the clean energy economy, including renewable energy, energy efficiency, natural gas, and other advanced energy and transportation technologies. Click on the yellow dots below to see member case studies.
Started in 2009 by The Pew Charitable Trusts, the CEBN is now an independent initiative of the Business Council for Sustainable Energy, a coalition of companies and trade associations from the energy efficiency, natural gas and renewable energy sectors.
Capstone Turbines (Van Nuys, CA)
Jen Derstine: Around the World with Microturbines
Gulf Coast Green Energy (Bay City, TX)
Loy Sneary: Texas Rancher Reduces Gas Flaring From Oil Wells
HyperBorean (Wichita, KS)
This newly founded cleantech company makes cold from heat.
LuminAID (Chicago, IL)
This startup invented a portable, solar, inflatable light.
Next Grid Partners (San Francisco, CA)
Everyone uses electricity. Now everyone can generate their own.
Thermal Energy Partners (Austin, TX)
This firm develops and produces geothermal to electricity worldwide.
UGI HVAC Enterprises (Wyomissing, PA)
Gary Fechter: A winning hand with CHP
Flow Energy (Woodinville, WA)
Laura Thompson: Industry Veteran Wooed by Family Energy Efficiency Company
Terra Shares (Morristown, TN)
John Atkins: A Solar Pioneer is Made at the World's Fair
CDM Smith (Latham, NY)
Matthew Goss: From Pit Crew to Driver’s Seat in the Clean Energy Race
Highland West Energy (Rexburg, ID)
Combined heat and power converts natural gas and other fuels into reliable electricity and heat through one simple process often providing significant utility savings, added reliability, and unmatched efficiency.
Green Energy Biofuel (Columbia, SC)
BioJoe & Beth Renwick: Fueling Change--A Family Business Transforms Fuel Supplies and Its Community
Business leaders across the clean energy economy
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Technology breakdown for members who have been categorized:
COMBINED HEAT AND POWER
STORAGE AND BATTERIES
WASTE HEAT TO POWER
WASTE TO ENERGY
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