Chemical companies heavily involved in alternative-energy innovation

02/13/2009 | ICIS News (U.K.)

Chemical companies have been at the forefront of innovation in alternative-energy sources, with global investments of at least $7 billion going toward the development of solar, wind and additional energy sources in 2008, according to this article. Clean-energy technology venture investments were made largely in North America, Europe, China and India last year, and DuPont, Dow Corning, Rohm & Haas and Air Products all have reported the solar-energy market to be a growing profit source.

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