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Rani Jarkas’ Cleantech Wisdom
Clean Technologies are booming although the world is facing numerous energy problems., 3/19/2014 - As not only a trusted resource and cleantech industry expert but also a well regarded figure in financing industry, Mr. Rani Jarkas sees a genuine bright spot: Clean Technologies are booming although the world is facing numerous energy problems – much of the world’s population has too little energy to meet basic human needs, the monetary costs of energy are rising nearly everywhere, the environmental impacts of energy supply are growing and already dominant contributors to local, regional, global environmental problems and the socio-political risks of energy supply are growing too.

Rani Jarkas believes commercializing clean technologies is a profitable enterprise and the next engine of economic growth. Rani expects many leading companies of the future to come from this industry as invention and innovation combine to solve the world’s increasing demand for energy and in particular: clean power and green energy. Under his direct leadership, his firm has become a well-known boutique investment firm in action.

“To really get into the fundamentals of clean technology investments, it is important to look beyond the politicized issues and focus on the finances.” says Rani Jarkas. The fact that advancing the use of Clean Technologies will be good for the environment is not debatable and when it makes our current systems more efficient and cost effective - we all win.

Despite the clamor of the global clean energy and cleantech race, many sovereign nations are struggling under increased debt and therefore available resources to support R&D are diminishing. However, partnerships with other institutions such as universities are becoming more common, picking up this slack and the industry has continued its exponential growth. Clean Edge Research has reported that combined 2010 global revenue for solar photovoltaic, wind power, and biofuels surged 30.2 percent over the prior year growing from $144.5 billion to $188.1 billion. A separate report by Analytica Advisors, the 2011 Canadian Clean Technology Industry Report, states, “global market demand for clean technology is estimated to grow to $3 trillion by 2020 based on 11% CAGR. The industry projected to rise to be the third largest global industrial sector by 2020 after electronics manufacturing and automotive”.

It looks like this macro-industry is one to keep a serious eye on as it covers so many facets of energy generation, consumption and storage.

The opportunities and uncertainties will make the coming decade a critical period for clean technology. Much like the Internet revolution, there will be winners and losers, and more than a little carnage among companies and entrepreneurs competing for a slice of the clean-tech pie. However, there is a great deal of evidence to suggest that clean technology will engender a more sustainable and highly profitable era — for business, the planet, and all of its residents.

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