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Our team crafts practical, cost-effective solutions to help businesses, residents, and municipalities reduce energy use and pollution. The work of Clean Energy Coalition is driven by practical necessity.

The opportunity is huge. Consider:

  • Total energy use in Michigan was 2.84 quadrillion Btu in 2013, with total energy expenditures at roughly $27.34 billion.
  • Residential energy expenditures in 2010 amounted to $8 billion, mostly for electricity and natural gas, while commercial expenditures were $5 billion.
  • Commercial buildings—stores, offices, schools, churches, libraries, hospitals, and more—consumed about 21% of all energy in the United States in 2012.
  • Fossil fuels supplying energy to commercial buildings contributed 18% of all U.S. carbon dioxide emissions in 2011.

Sources: U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Energy Information Administration

Today, there are more options than ever to help residents, businesses, and municipalities save money on energy bills, reduce dependency on fossil fuels, and cut pollution. Our goal is to find the best solution to meet—and exceed—each client’s clean energy goals.

With our team of skilled professionals, our hands-on experience, industry knowledge, and financial expertise, we achieve remarkable results. Working with consumers, builders, operators, and contractors, we attack energy costs and reduce the energy intensity of nearly any building type—systematically, affordably, and with measurable results.

Clean Energy Structures assists building owners by providing a variety of energy-saving services, including: