Clean Power Climbs

Clean Power Climbs

Depending on how you look at it, the market for alternative energy continues to get sunnier, breezier, orfuel cellier. Solar, wind, and fuel cell energy still only account for a fraction of the country's capacity, but a new report from San Francisco-based renewable energy research firm Clean Edge forecasts a busy decade ahead for these burgeoning technologies.





Depending on how you look at it, the market for alternative energy continues to get sunnier, breezier, or…fuel cellier. Solar, wind, and fuel cell energy still only account for a fraction of the country's capacity, but a new report from San Francisco-based renewable energy research firm Clean Edge forecasts a busy decade ahead for these burgeoning technologies.

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