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September 6th, 2007

Itís red hot in the green tech world

Abstract:
The GoingGreen 1OO winners range alphabetically from A123 Systems (evergy storage) through LanzaTech (New Zealand waster management firm) to ZENN Motors (electric cars). The list groups the winners into eight broad categories including: solar, transport, wind, biofuel and nanotech. Another way to look at the winners: they range from firms already selling to consumers, to ones still deep in product r&d.

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