2016 Audited Financials

CEE is a 501(c)3 nonprofit founded by utilities and key stakeholders and shaped by 27 years of applied program and market experience. The Consortium exists to address priorities shared by ratepayer-funded utility programs that require a market-wide approach. Working together through a facilitated process, members identify and voluntarily adopt strategies that accelerate the availability and uptake of efficient products and systems for the benefit of programs, ratepayers, and society at large.


Statement of Financial Position
Assets THOUSANDS Liabilities and net assets THOUSANDS
Cash and investments $1,773 Current liabilities $527
Government grants and memberships receivable $307 Long-term liabilities $13
Fixed assets, net of depreciation $11 Unrestricted net assets $1,357
Other assets $142 Temporarily restricted net assets $334
Total assets $2,232 Total liabilities and net assets $2,232


Statement of Activities

Revenue and support from operations THOUSANDS Operating expense THOUSANDS
Membership dues and government grants $3,229    
Net assets released from restrictions $583 Program $2,696
Other income $25 Administration $768
Total revenue and support from operations $3,837 Total operating expenses $3,464
      Nonoperating activities THOUSANDS
      Increase (decrease) in net assets from operations $373
    Unrealized gain on investments $3
    Total increase (decrease) in net assets $376
    Net assets, beginning of year $1,315
    Net assets, end of year $1,691

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