Clean Tech Big Three Shoot Past $20B

Moresco, Justin
March 2008
Red Herring;3/11/2008, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports on the findings of the clean-technology research firm Clean Edge which revealed that three clean-technology sectors--biofuels, wind power, and solar photovoltaics--have surpassed $20 billion in global revenue in 2007. It notes that the growth of these clean-technology sectors has been aided by tax incentives and subsidies, and their continued success depends on them.


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