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Green Energy & Fuel Cells


This section report focuses on specific companies that have developed, or are developing, low-carbon products and services for consumers - primarily for use in the home. Specifically, it considers opportunities for micro-generation, hydrogen fuel cells and green energy companies.

Some of the areas covered include:

• How well known are the major 'green energy' providers in each country?
• What are people's attitudes towards fuel-cell technology being used in different situations?
• Of those people aware of the providers, how many use them, or intend to use them in the near future?
• What proportion of people are 'Enthusiasts' for the micro-CHP boiler - find it 'very appealing' and say they are 'very likely to install' one once their current boiler needed replacing?


To find out more information about this report or details on how to purchase a copy, please make an enquiry. Also, please find attached a free summary from the Environmental Choices 2008 survey.


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