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About CEP

Mission

Clean Energy Project, Inc. (CEP) is a nonprofit, non-partisan organization dedicated to powering the clean energy economy through education and engagement with policy leaders, community leaders and citizens on the economic benefits of fully developing a clean energy economy.

What We Do

The goal of CEP is to grow the clean energy economy and create jobs in Nevada and the West through policy development. CEP compiles and promotes the economic benefits of investments in energy efficiency and renewable energy through public education events, outreach and media. We do this by partnering with businesses and business focused organizations, federal state and local government, and community organizations. CEP focuses on the “business of clean energy” and is a technology neutral organization.

Who We Are

Board of Directors

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Partners of the Project

Our Projects

National Clean Energy Summit

National Clean Energy Summit

The country’s most visible and influential gathering of leaders and top policymakers! Learn more ›

NV Clean Energy Hub

NV Clean Energy Hub

$5.5 Billion Investment in Nevada since 2010 in Clean Energy Development Learn more ›

Greening Las Vegas

Greening Las Vegas

CEP and Green Chips worked with the Clark County Commission to power the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign with Nevada's own solar energy! Learn more ›

The Buy Green List

The Buy Green List

Giving consumers the power to reward businesses Learn more ›

Power Player of the Year Award

Power Player of the Year Award

The Power Player of the Year Award recognizes individuals who have made significant and sustained efforts to achieve a clean energy economy. Learn more ›

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@cleanenergyNV

Thanksgiving, 2014: We are thankful for Nevada's stunning red rocks, formed by wind power. http://t.co/NvPk8b7LZN

26 Nov

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26 Nov

Clean Energy Project

Clean Energy Project added a new photo.

26 Nov

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