Asian nations take the lead in clean-tech race

11/18/2009 | Wall Street Journal, The

The U.S. is falling behind Asian nations when it comes to investment in clean-energy technologies, a new report concludes. China, Japan and South Korea are expected to spend $500 billion in the next five years on clean-technology development and deployment. In contrast, even if the energy spending in the stalled climate bill is approved, U.S. spending would total $170 billion for the same period.

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