CLEAN ENERGY ENTERPRISES:
Transforming Waste into Energy in a Sustainable Manner
CEE’s primary mission is to launch and develop carefully selected projects that transform organic waste materials into clean forms of energy or fuels, and introduce technologies that have a positive impact in creating a cleaner environment globally.
WHY CLEAN ENERGY
WASTE: A WORLD
COMPANY ORGANIZATION AND ACTIVITY
Clean Energy Enterprises is a holding company that operates and manages two wholly-owned subsidiaries, each with a specific purpose:
Clean Energy Industries (CEI) System Manufacturing.
CEI provides a full range of system manufacturing services for clean energy solutions.
- New development of clean tech solutions that
have been proven in the lab
- Feasibility Studies
- Project Parameters Assessment
- Concept and Detailed Engineering
- Construction Commissioning
CEI’s internal expertise is supported by privileged relationships with
prominent, world-class engineering firms.
CEI directly manages BT Engineering, a Joint Venture company with Japan Blue Energy Company, to provide the full technology supply chain for the BLUE Tower, JBEC’s advanced gasification solution.
Clean Energy Development (CED): Solutions sales and operation
Our team of experts proposes packaged Waste-to-Energy (W2E) solutions to communities or industrial site operators who are facing an organic waste management challenge.
While we will usually transfer ownership and operation upon commissioning, we are also ready to manage selected projects transforming biomass and other forms of organic waste into clean energy under Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) agreements.
As of today, our solutions architecture is primarily based around the BLUE Tower, the advanced gasification technology developed by our partner,
Japan Blue Energy Company.
OUR MANAGEMENT TEAM
Our management team cumulates several decades of combined expertise in Cleantech, Business Development and Management
Mr. Poulsen is a member of the American, California and Los Angeles Bar Associations. He served as the Chairman and Director of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce in 1997 and holds several chairmanships and board memberships.
30 years involvement in Cleantech, from his early days as a technology marketer in Japan. Oversaw the engineering and building of the first BLUE Tower in Anan, Japan. Wide experience in transversal cleantech projects involving fuel cells, renewable energy and waste treatment.
30 years as a Certified Financial Planner, Ordained Minister, Co-Founder of the Greater Los Angeles Habitat for Humanity and life-long environmentalist.