Oregon ranks No. 2 for clean energy leadership

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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Clean Edge's Clean Energy Leadership Index again ranked Oregon in second place behind California.

While the top five states — California, followed by Oregon, Massachusetts, Washington and Colorado — haven't changed in the three years that Portland-based Clean Edge has been producing the index report, individual state are morphing and overall trends are notable.

The report's authors attribute Oregon's sustained success to "unwavering consumer-driven demand" for clean energy options and cleantech-related products and services.

Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.

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