Clean Edge Report Highlights Trends, Companies, and Growth

Clean Edge's "Clean Energy Trends 2004" reports that solar, wind, and fuel cells are poised to grow from a $12.9 billion industry today to $92 billion by 2013.

This edition of our free annual report also examines the factors that are influencing clean-energy markets and tracks five key trends, including how some innovative utilities are using clean energy as a price hedge for customers, how China is poised to embrace new energy technologies, and how Europe is the leader in wind production with 70% of the global market.

In the two weeks since we launched the report, thousands of people have downloaded it from around the globe. The report has been cited in a range of media, including The New York Times, Miami Herald, Taipei Times, Austin Business Journal, Yahoo! News,, and

This year's report was made possible by our generous sponsors: Antenna Group Public Relations, Chao & Hadidi LLP, Cleantech Venture Network, Environmental Entrepreneurs, and Nth Power. Clean Energy Trends 2004 is available, free of charge at

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