Community Energy, Inc. (CEI) was founded in 1999 to ignite the market for fuel-free energy and develop solar and wind generation. CEI built the voluntary market for renewable energy, spurring the demand for hundreds of megawatts of new wind generation with customer sign-ups ahead of state mandates, and continues to develop wind and solar generation at scale. Now a leading developer, CEI developed the high-profile 7.5 megawatt Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm in Atlantic City, NJ in 2005 and recently dedicated the largest solar project in Pennsylvania, the Keystone Project at 6 megawatts, each with the support of customers in the region. CEI has developed solar and wind projects in the East from New England to North Carolina and in the Midwest and West to Colorado. The company was awarded the American Wind Energy Association’s “Market-Maker” Award in 2002, and its Keystone Project received the Photovoltaic Projects of Distinction Award at PV America East in 2013. Those awards recognize what CEI does best—innovative marketing that builds new renewable generation.