Who We Are

Clean Energy Economy Minnesota (CEEM) is an industry-led, nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening Minnesota’s clean energy ecosystem through public education in support of a prosperous economy.

Our Mission

CEEM’s mission is to provide educational leadership, collaboration, and policy analysis that accelerates clean energy market growth and smart energy policies.

We work to support and expand clean energy jobs and the economic opportunities provided by clean, reliable, and affordable energy on behalf of all Minnesotans.

What We Do

CEEM works across the private and public sectors, providing a leading voice regarding clean energy technology matters and convening leaders to advance marketplace innovations, conducting authoritative industry research and analysis, and communicating information to the public and key stakeholders on behalf of the clean energy industry.

CEEM promotes the business economics of energy efficiency and renewable development to drive innovation and open new markets for the clean energy industry.

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Members and Partners

CEEM is fueled by the support of our contributing businesses, partners, and individuals working across Minnesota’s sustainable energy economy.

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News

October, 12 2016

The pilot, part of the DOE National Laboratory Impact Initiative, aims to help small businesses by giving them access to expertise and tools at the national labs. The Small Business Voucher pilot funds projects in the areas of solar, geothermal, wind,...

September, 30 2016

Nina Axelson - CEEM Board Member recieves 40 Under 40 Award from Midwest Energy News

Midwest Energy News’ 40 Under 40 award program highlights emerging leaders throughout the region and their work in America’s transition to a clean energy...

Events

ACEEE Hot Water Forum

February 26, 2017 to February 28, 2017
Hilton Portland & Executive Towers Portland ,OR

ACEEE's technical conference is dedicated to making water hot, distributing it with low losses and using water with efficient fixtures and practices. 

Forum participants meet, share ideas, and learn from each other's latest efforts on research, new water heating technologies, structured plumbing approaches, new demand-reduction devices, and programs for stimulating market uptake of new approaches.

Senior research engineer Ben Schoenbauer will present on the project, Field Study of Intelligent, Networked, Retrofittable Water Controller.
 

CEE: Better Buildings: Better Business Conference

March 1, 2017 to March 3, 2017
Wisconsin Dells

The Better Buildings Conference brings together building energy experts from around the country to share the latest energy saving products, services, techniques and approaches.

Director of research Dave Bohac and senior research engineer Ben Schoenbauer will present on multiple projects at the conference:

Using Aerosol Sealant to Reduce Multi-Unit Dwelling Envelope Air Leakage, Thursday, March 2, 3:15

Cold Climate Air Source Heat Pump Field Assessment

Ben, along with Rebecca Olsen from the Neighborhood Energy Connection, are presenting on their project, Retrocommissioning of Condensing Boilers