The CEIC was approved as an EB-5 Regional Center by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service on August 11, 2009. Under the EB-5 Program the investors qualify for the lower investment threshold of $500,000 because the CEIC designated area qualifies as a Targeted Employment Area (TEA).
The CEIC is the only EB-5 Regional Center whose focus is on a spectrum of alternative energy sectorsincluding:
Wind Power Generation
Geothermal Power Generation
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The CEIC is unique in that its project companies are owned and operated by public companies, which allows investors to track information about the parent company over the internet through Google and Yahoo! Finance, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission EDGAR System.
The CEIC has offices in Cupertino (California's Silicon Valley), Fresno (California's Central Valley), and near Sacramento (California's State Capitol).