Center for Sustainable Energy

Center for Sustainable Energy

San Diego, California, United States

Team size: 201 - 500

Sector: Transportation and mobility

Non-Profit

About Center for Sustainable Energy


Founded date: 2000

Company stage: Other

The Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) is a nonprofit offering clean energy program administration and technical advisory services. Our vision is a future with sustainable, equitable and resilient transportation, buildings and communities. We have long-standing subject and market transformation expertise in renewable energy, clean transportation, building performance and energy efficiency – and understand the policies and regulations that influence their effective implementation. We offer large-scale market transformation programs like rebate and incentive program design, administration, end-user engagement campaigns, policy guidance and workforce training and education. Our energy advisors provide sustainable energy feasibility studies, clean energy plan implementation, energy audits and consulting services. We are a unique organization because of our independent position, our holistic view of sustainability and our role in the marketplace. We are an organization that doesn’t answer to donors, corporations, shareholders or lobbyists. And as a mission-based organization, our core values underpin everything we do.

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