Clean Energy Associates (CEA)

Clean Energy Associates (CEA), a solar and storage technical advisory firm, provides quality assurance and independent engineering solutions worldwide. We serve financial institutions, project developers, EPCs, IPPs, and power plant owners. From our base in China, CEA’s quality control engineers travel worldwide to conduct upstream in-factory technical evaluations, including factory audits, production monitoring and pre-shipment product inspections. Our US-based product management and engineering (IE/OE) teams provide support throughout the project life cycle, from upstream supply chain management and supplier benchmarking, to downstream system design, construction, commissioning, performance assessment, re-power and optimization as well as warranty support. We serve the solar and storage industries through our expertise in PV modules,

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