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Energy Digital

December 12, 2011 18:08 ET

Solar and Wind Energy Go Mainstream, the Electric Car Race Gains Momentum and the World's Top 10 Leaders in Energy Are Revealed in December's Issue

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - Dec 12, 2011) - The latest issue of Energy Digital is free online for business Executives in the energy industry.

As the UN's Climate Change conference concludes this month in Durban, South Africa, reducing global carbon emissions and promoting renewables are central to topic. In an attempt to alleviate the impacts of burning fossil fuels, Australia -- the world's largest exporter of coal -- pursues a controversial alternative. Is coal seam gas the answer?

Meanwhile, solar and wind power are going more mainstream. While rapid price drops in solar panels have caused a few companies to go bankrupt, many are still thriving and consumers are reaping the benefits. Also, check out the latest in energy efficiency gadgets for homeowners, developed from the man behind the iPod.

As the world continues transition from fossil fuels and emphasize renewable energy, this month's "Top 10" will reveal some of the innovators leading the way.

Read all these stories and much more at: http://www.energydigital.com/

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