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Clean Energy Alliance and the Manufacturing Extension Partnership Announce New Collaboration
Date:6/25/2012

(PRWEB) June 25, 2012

Clean Energy Alliance, Inc. (CEA), the national association of clean energy business incubators, and the Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP), announced a new collaboration to help companies commercialize promising new clean technologies. This collaboration will enable qualifying companies in both the CEA and MEP networks to receive a broader range of services, and expedite the commercialization of clean energy technologies in the U.S. – facilitating U.S. energy independence and increasing U.S. energy efficiency, while creating jobs in the clean technology sector.

“CEA is excited to announce this ground-breaking new partnership between CEA and the MEP. It is an example of how inter-association partnerships can leverage scarce resources and top talent to achieve goals in energy independence and create jobs,” said James F. Groelinger, executive director of CEA. He added, “This partnership is a true win-win because it’s a great deal for U.S. taxpayers. The companies being mentored receive more services, and it helps grow the economy and spur the country’s energy independence.”

“This new CEA-MEP Partnership will help MEP continue to deliver a diverse set of services to the manufacturing industry,” said Roger Kilmer, director of MEP. “By pairing the talent at MEP Centers around the country with the CEA incubators, we will be able to further leverage the investments of both the Department of Commerce and the Department of Energy and speed up the creation of a robust manufacturing base in the critical clean energy sector.”

CEA is the only national association of non-profit incubators with a focus on clean energy commercialization. It works through a membership of nearly 40 incubators and the thousands of companies they mentor nationwide, and is currently administering the Department of Energy Small Business and Clean Energy Alliance Partnership. MEP is a program within the
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