Consultants See Uptick As Institutional Investors Eye Non-Traditional Cleantech

Investments in clean energy are on the rise among U.S. institutional investors, though they have a long way to go before they catch up with their European counterparts, investment consultants say.

After a drop-off in demand over the last several years, institutional investors are starting to dip their toes back in the cleantech market and are expanding their interest beyond the traditional solar, wind, and power funds. Consulting firms Mercer, Segal Rogerscasey, and Hewitt EnnisKnupp say interesting opportunities exist in agriculture efficiencies, water use and technology, waste management, pollution prevention, and anything related to the more efficient use of resources.

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