Contractor Profile
Rank: 106

Clean Energy Collective

Clean Energy Collective is a new idea in power generation that is building, operating and maintaining community-shared clean energy facilities. CEC is pioneering the model of delivering clean power-generation through medium-scale facilities that are collectively owned by participating utility customers. CEC's proprietary software automatically calculates monthly credits for members and integrates with the utilities' existing billing system.

2016 Top 500 Solar Contractors


Top 500 Rank #106

Total Megawatts Installed Since Founded23.22 Company Founded2009
Total Megawatts Installed 20158.67 LocationLouisville, CO
Employees107 Web
Primary MarketResidential Primary ServiceDeveloper


2015 Top 500 Solar Contractors


Top 500 Rank #130

Total Megawatts Installed 2014 4.503 Company Founded2009
Employees106 LocationLouisville, CO
Primary MarketResidential Web
Primary ServiceDeveloper  


2014 Top 400 Solar Contractors


Top 400 Rank #136

Total Megawatts Installed 20132.57 Employees60


2012 Top Solar Contractors


Top 250 Rank #122

Total Megawatts Installed 20121.84 Employees30


Featured Articles & Products

  • Boston’s TD Garden taps into 1.3-MW community shared solar project

    Clean Energy Collective (CEC), the nation’s leading community solar solutions provider, has announced a deal with Delaware North, owner and operator of TD Garden, to reduce the electricity costs of New England’s largest sports and entertainment arena through community solar. TD Garden is serving as an anchor tenant in CEC’s 1.3-MW community shared solar PV [Read More]

  • Clean Energy Collective named “Innovative Partner of the Year” by SEPA

    Clean Energy Collective (CEC), the nation’s leading community solar solutions provider, has been named 2016 Solar Power Players “Innovative Partner of the Year” by the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA). This prestigious award honors electric utility partners for creating the innovation and collaboration that drives smart solar growth among utilities and expands access to distributed [Read More]

  • Consumer guide for community solar can also reassure regulators

    A guide for consumers interested in community solar released today provides an overview of the industry, tips on being an informed buyer and questions consumers should ask of a solar company before signing contracts. The Residential Consumer Guide to Community Solar also provides the fast-growing community solar industry, which requires the endorsement of skeptical regulators and [Read More]