Power Windows Clean Technology
Clean technology refers to avoiding environmental degradation at the source using a wide selection of products, procedures, and services that harness sources of renewable energy to reduce or eliminate wastes and emissions and significantly reduce the exploitation of natural resources.
Interest in renewable energy has increased with two trends over the past 2 decades: a decline in the relative cost of clean technologies and an emerging understanding of traditional industrial design and human impact on earth systems.
Clean technologies, in short cleantech, which includes wind energy, solar energy, biomass, biofuels, water energy, environmental management, waste management, geothermal energy, natural gas technologies, recycling, energy efficiency and other alternatives are attracting investments due to the challenges arising because of conventional technologies, particularly in energy and power, which rely on limited natural resources and have adverse effects on the environment.
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- Technology/Company Landscape
- Technology Scouting
- FTO or Clearance Search for your Product
- State-of-Art or Patentability Search
- Chemical Structure or Sequence Search
- Portfolio Analysis
- Top Players in the market
- EOU (Evidence of Use)