For the tenth year in a row, Ernst & Young released their findings for the top countries that are most attractive for renewable energy. This year the title goes to the United States.
The annual Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index ranks 40 of the most active countries for renewables based on several factors including incentives, opportunities, and more. The global investment in clean energy grew to $269 billion in 2012.
The report also shows how renewable energy is now more mainstream, competing for investment with more traditional energy sources, and "changing the way businesses and consumers think about energy."
Read more about the report at Renewable Energy World.
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