CLEAN-ENERGY MARKET WILL REACH $92 BILLION BY 2013, CITES NEW REPORT

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, SolarAccess.com, and GreenBiz.com.

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 www.cleanedge.com/reports-trends2004.php

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Joyce Dayton Corp - Solar Tracking Drive Solutions

Joyce Dayton Corp - Solar Tracking Drive Solutions

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