The first global clean-energy index is expected to launch this week.
January 24, 2006
Energy Finance and WilderShares on Tuesday said they are launching the
first global clean-energy index, a move intended to help define and
monitor the fast-growing clean-energy industry.
WilderHill Clean Energy Global Innovation Index will include 86
companies that trade in 18 different countries, the groups said.
index is expected to appear on the American Stock Exchange this week
under the NEX symbol, as soon as the AmEx completes its final tests,
said Michael Liebreich, chief executive of New Energy Finance, an
energy research and consultancy company based in London.
in the index will be companies active in nine sectors: wind energy;
solar energy; biofuels, biomass, and waste energy; other renewable
energy, such as marine and geothermal energy; hydrogen and fuel cells;
power storage; generation efficiency and smart distribution;
energy-saving technologies; and related services and suppliers....
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