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[September 04, 2012]

Plunkett's Green Technology Industry Almanac 2012: Green Technology Industry Market Research, Statistics, Trends & Leading Companies

(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nwmngt/plunketts_green_t) has announced the addition of Plunkett Research Ltd's new book "Plunkett's Green Technology Industry Almanac 2012: Green Technology Industry Market Research, Statistics, Trends & Leading Companies" to their offering.

Plunkett's Green Technology Industry Almanac 2012 Key Features: - Industry trends analysis, market data and competitive intelligence - Market forecasts and Industry Statistics - Industry Associations and Professional Societies List - In-Depth Profiles of hundreds of leading companies - Industry Glossary - Buyer may register for access to search and export data at Plunkett Research Online - Pages: 508 - Statistical Tables Provided: 24 - Companies Profiled: 329 - Geographic Focus: Global A complete market research report, including forecasts and market estimates, technologies analysis and developments at innovative firms. You will gain vital insights that can help you shape your own strategy for business development, product development and investments.

- How is the industry evolving - How is the industry being shaped by new technologies - How is demand growing in emerging markets and mature economies - What is the size of the market now and in the future - What are the financial results of the leading companies - What are the names and titles of top executives Contents, Statistics, Forecasts and Analysis Include: Major Trends Affecting the Green Technology Industry 1) Green Technology Industry Introduction 2) Demand for Green Technologies and Conservation Practices Evolves, Fueling Investment and New Product Development 3) The Developed World Shows Dramatic Improvements in Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions/China Sets Ambitious Carbon Goals 4) Water Conservation Technologies to Enjoy Tremendous Growth/China Targets Desalination 5) Lighting Technologies, LEDs and CFLs Conserve Power and Offer New Product Development Potential 6) Packaging and Consumer Products Forge Ahead for Sustainability/Wal-Mart and Coca-Cola Improve Packaging Sustainability 7) Energy Intensity is a Prime Focus in China/U.S. Achieves Dramatic Energy Intensity Results and Lowers Future Energy Needs 8) Interest in Geoengineering Grows 9) Environmentalists Campaign for Chemical Industry Reform 10) Homes and Commercial Buildings Seek Green Certification 11) Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) Ready to Spread/Nanotechnology Applications 12) Clean Diesel Technology Gains Acceptance 13) Major Research in Advanced Lithium Batteries 14) Nanotechnology Sees Applications in Fuel Cells and Solar Power/Micro Fuel Cells 15) Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Power Research Continues 16) Fuel Efficiency Becomes a Key Selling Element/Stiff Emissions Standards Adopted in the U.S. and Abroad 17) Car and Bike Sharing Programs Proliferate 18) Electric Cars and Plug-in Hybrids (PHEVs) Enter Market in Low Numbers 19) Proposals for U.S. Electricity Grid Enhancements include a Smart Grid, Regional Transmission Organizations (RTOs) and Technologies such as Flow Cell Batteries 20) Superconductivity Comes of Age 21) Clean Coal and Coal Gasification Technologies Advance/Carbon Capture Proves Costly 22) Bio-plastics Become a Reality/Plastic Packaging Made from Corn and Soy 23) New Display Technologies with PLEDs Green Technology Industry Statistics 1) GreenTech Industry Overview 2) Global Alternative Energy Industry Overview 3) Number and Percent Distribution of GreenTech Establishments, by Industry Sector, U.S. 2009 4) Energy Production by Renewable Energy, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2010 5) Total Renewable Electricity Generation by Energy Source and State, 2009 6) Renewable Energy Consumption by Energy Source, 2006 vs. 2010 7) Renewable Energy Consumption by Source, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2010 8) Renewable Energy Consumption by Energy Use Sector and Energy Source, 2006-2010 9) Renewable Energy Consumption in the Residential, Commercial & Industrial Sectors, U.S.: 2004-2010 10) Renewable Energy Consumption in the Transportation & Electric Power Sectors, U.S.: 2004-2010 11) U.S. Fuel Ethanol Production and Consumption, 1981-2011 12) Biodiesel Consumption and Production, U.S. 2001-2011 13) Light Bulb Comparison 14) Global Area of Biotech Crops by Country: 2010 15) National R&D Expenditures & R&D as a Percentage of GDP, by Country: 1985-2007 16) Federal Funding for R&D by Character of Work, U.S.: Fiscal Years 1975-2010 17) U.S. Department of Energy Funding for Scientific Research: 2010-2012 18) Federal R&D & R&D Plant Funding for Energy, U.S.: Fiscal Years 2009-2011 19) Federal R&D & R&D Plant Funding for General Science & Basic Research, U.S.: Fiscal Years 2009-2011 20) Federal R&D & R&D Plant Funding for Transportation, U.S.: Fiscal Years 2009-2011 21) Federal R&D & R&D Plant Funding for Natural Resources & Environment, U.S.: Fiscal Years 2009-2011 22) Federal R&D & R&D Plant Funding for Agriculture, U.S.: Fiscal Years 2009-2011 23) Federal Funding for Research, by Agency & Field of Science & Engineering, U.S.: Fiscal Year 2009 24) Major Patenting U.S. Universities: 2010 For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nwmngt/plunketts_green_t Source: Plunkett Research Ltd CONTACT: Research and Markets, Laura Wood, Senior Manager.

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