L. H.
December 2007
Entrepreneur;Dec2007 2008 Hot List, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p90
The article reports on the increasing investment made to the hot solar energy industry in the U.S. Jerry Lawson of New Energy Finance said that investments in solar energy industry increased by 210 % or $1.4 billion in 2006. Lawson added that solar energy industry is now already a $15 billion industry worldwide as part of the progress in helping save the planet and the pursue to entrepreneurship.


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