Growth Market in Clean Technologies

Clean technologies—renewable energy, alternative transportation, water purification systems and "environmentally friendly" materials—will grow 28% percent annually, reaching a market value of $82 billion by 2010, according to Clean Edge, a market-intelligence and publishing firm. The Clean Edge report, said to be the first to define the clean-tech market and provide forecasts ...

09/01/2001


Clean technologies—renewable energy, alternative transportation, water purification systems and "environmentally friendly" materials—will grow 28% percent annually, reaching a market value of $82 billion by 2010, according to Clean Edge, a market-intelligence and publishing firm.

The Clean Edge report, said to be the first to define the clean-tech market and provide forecasts for 2005 and 2010, is downloadable free at www.cleanedge.com .

From Pure Power, Fall 2001.





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