The Clean Energy Alliance (CEA) is a national organization of non-profit incubators with a focus on cleantech. CEA Members are highly skilled incubators and accelerators known for leadership in their fields. Collectively, they offer a wide range of services, expertise, and facilities that support the commercialization of technologies and services covering the gamut of the cleantech arena. CEA membership also includes corporations, associations, and other entities that support the incubation commercialization process and the goals of CEA. Some CEA Members provide physical incubation services, which involve providing facilities for the clean energy start-ups they are mentoring/incubating. These facilities can be office space, warehouses, workshops or wet labs. Other CEA Members provide virtual incubation services, whereby their mentoring services do not include a physical space. With the US Department of Energy, CEA has formed the Department of Energy Small Business and Clean Energy Alliance Partnership. Information about this exciting and innovative program can be found on the DOE-CEA Partnership page.