There is a global race underway to lead in the development of clean energy
technologies. ... United States to win the clean energy race in the years to come.
... While investments in research are vital to future technology leadership,
investing in ...
Nov 30, 2010 ... "America still has the opportunity to lead in a world that will need a new ... further
behind in the race to dominate the clean energy technology markets of the ...
China has now become, among other things, the world leader in ...
Apr 17, 2013 ... The United States led in global clean energy investment until 2009. ... policy
caused the United States to stumble in the clean energy race.
In the Clean Energy Race, Is the United States a Leader or a Luddite? ... But
when it comes to the Clean Energy Revolution—the transformation of the global ...
Apr 3, 2014 ... The United States has long been a top destination for clean energy ... After
leading the global clean energy investment race until 2008, the United States ...
China, the current leader in clean energy investment, has claimed this ...
Jan 28, 2016 ... Opposition by some Republicans in this one energy race is helping China get ...
to renewable energy technologies as a pie-in-the-sky goal celebrate hydraulic ...
The United States has all the elements needed to quickly make major ... U.S.
politicians, notably Republicans, always strive for U.S. leadership.
Apr 16, 2010 ... The United States is currently behind other nations in this race, and ... leadership
in the global clean technology industry, the United States ...
That will take leadership from the United States, the only country with the
requisite ... In the past, the United States has seen investment in clean energy ....
Not only does this global race to the bottom stunt clean energy innovation; it also
investments in America's clean energy economy. Underlying ... India Contiues to
Emerge as a Clean Energy. Leader. United Kingdom Investment Rebounds.
Apr 5, 2014 ... The U.S. is not the world leader in clean energy investment. ... Going by
percentage of nominal GDP China is way ahead, investing 2.7 times as much as
the United States. .... Maybe get Japan and India into that race too.