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China #1 In Clean Energy Investment, U.S. Slips Behind Germany To #3

Germany jumped the U.S. to come in at #2, investing $41.2 billion, even though American investment increased 51% to $34 billion.

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The Pew Environmental Group today released the 2010 edition of "Who's Winning the Clean Energy Race?" The report showed China retaining its #1 spot on the list, having invested $54.4 billion in 2010, up from $39.1 billion in 2009.

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