Center for the New Energy Economy

Service Provider in Fort Collins, Colorado

Founded in 2011 as a department of Colorado State University, the Center for the New Energy Economy (CNEE) is a privately-funded initiative led by ColoradoÍs 41st Governor, Bill Ritter, Jr. and assisted by a team of energy and environmental policy experts. The Center works directly with governors, legislators, regulators, companies and stakeholders by providing technical and strategic assistance to help decision makers create policies that facilitate AmericaÍs transition to a clean energy economy. Our Focus: The Center defines ñclean energyî specifically as technologies and resources whose life-cycle impacts are beneficial to national security, economic vitality, energy supply sustainability, environmental health, public health, the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, the conservation and restoration of ecosystem services, social equity, high-quality jobs, and wise use of water and other critical natural resources. Our Mission: The Center for the New Energy Economy (CNEE) provides policy makers including governors, legislators, regulators and other decision makers with a roadmap that will accelerate the nationwide development of the new energy economy. That economy will create and keep jobs in the United States; encourage development and use of clean and affordable domestic energy; protect our environment and climate; and keep America on the leading edge of global competition.



1038 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, Colorado
USA 80523
(970) 491-3788

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