|By PR Newswire||
|December 19, 2013 11:55 AM EST||
LONDON, December 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
If there is a single sector that holds the key to our planet's survival then surely it is clean tech.
Environmental issues are creeping into our collective consciousness at a greater rate than ever before and it is this that has paved the way for clean tech solutions to really take flight. As such, we at The New Economy have taken it upon ourselves to celebrate the worthy winners of 2013's Clean Tech Awards.
"Clean tech solutions look certain to play an integral part in a new world order," reads the new Winter 2014 issue of The New Economy. "Put simply, developments in the clean tech sector are absolutely essential if corporates are to realise increasingly ambitious CSR schemes and governments are to meet stringent environmental targets."
By delving into the sector's driving opportunities and pockets of growth, The New Economy has identified those who have not only set the standard but sought to advance the grounds on which yesteryear's world economy was built. Whether it be the best clean tech investor, smart energy solution or energy efficiency solution, 2013's Clean Tech Award winners represent the very best the world has to offer.
Not content with incremental advances, this year's winners aim instead to build a better future for all. From global giants such as Google and General Electric, to lesser-known pioneers such as Hydrogenics, Electro Scan and Solazyme, The New Economy Clean Tech Awards act as the yardstick that all aspiring clean tech players should aspire to.
For an insight into this past year's greatest clean tech achievers and the full list of 2013's award winners, read the Winter 2014 issue of The new Economy online and in print now.
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