CNBC Interviews CleanEdison CEO Avi Yaschin

CNBC interviews the founder and CEO of CleanEdison, Inc. -- Avi Yaschin. Learn more about CleanEdison -- http://www.cleanedison.com

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Comment by Richard Rodriguez on November 16, 2011 at 11:21am

CleanEdison provided me with the basic knowledge and hands-on training to start my new career in the industry. The instructor was well-organized, presented the course material in a very clear style. He always showed up well prepared and was able to answer most of the questions being raised, both practical and technical. Overall I am extremely satisfied with the course, the materials used, the organization – I am happy I chose CleanEdison.

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