CleanEdison, Leaders in Solar Energy Training, Makes It Into the New Inc. 5000 List

As the 2013 list for the Inc. 5000 is released this week, people are jumping to find out who qualified as one of the nation's leading companies. Falling into the education category, CleanEdison is demonstrating their worth in the industry of alternative energy education.

Salt Lake City, UT August 22, 2013

CleanEdison was founded with the intention of providing education and training for a growing renewable workforce. From BPI certification courses to LEED Green Associate preparation, their classes are becoming highly sought after as the energy efficiency, green building, and solar industries continue to grow. With their course offerings rapidly expanding, CleanEdison has become one of the fastest growing companies in the nation, landing themselves a spot on Inc. 5000.

The Inc. 5000 is a list of the top growing companies throughout the nation. To be eligible for the Inc. 5000, companies must meet certain eligibility requirements. They must be privately owned and operated, have made more than $2 million in revenue during 2012, and made more in 2012 than in 2009. As leaders in solar energy training and education, CleanEdison proved to be a perfect candidate.

Being named one of the nation's fastest growing companies is partially due to the continually growing and developing market for alternative power. As in the economic case for implementing solutions such as solar power has gone up exponentially over the past few years, this is definitely an area that requires a growing and highly educated workforce. They are also supporting the energy efficiency and green building industry through the BPI certification courses and LEED Green Associate preparation. CleanEdison isn't just a piece of the new industry; they are helping to lead the industry through education and training.

The Inc. 5000 list includes companies from all over the country, and from a range of services, including health, financial, energy, retail, logistics, software and IT services, advertising, food and beverage, and consumer products. Ranking on the list depends on revenue in conjunction with number of employees and the company's three year percentage growth. Falling into the 1954 position overall, CleanEdison is proving that they are leaders in education, not only for the industry of solar energy training, but for technical training overall.

With a large playing field and a high volume of businesses being considered, the Inc. 5000 list is a coveted spot for any company. CleanEdison has proven their worth in the business world by offering education for a growing workforce. Ambitious individuals are looking for job opportunities within a growing market and CleanEdison offers the tools needed to succeed. With core offerings such as BPI certification courses and LEED Green Associate preparation, they are changing the way people see education and resulting in more educated individuals for the clean workforce. For more information about the training courses they offer, visit their website at

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