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Analysis: Investing in green technologies

Posted: 20 Nov 2008     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:power efficiency  analogue technology  energy-saving technologies  solar market 

Still, Mueller conceded that the constant addition of bells and whistles like car entertainment systems and the recharging of consumer electronic devices, not to mention power-hogging systems like large-screen displays, must be rethought.

"Is all the energy we consume really needed?" Mueller asked during a CEO roundtable.

Despite the enthusiasm, Lincoln International, which tracks the energy components market through its "Power Electronics Index," said the industry underperformed relative to the Standard & Poor's Index during the third quarter of 2008. The index declined 19.8 per cent from the previous quarter, the firm said.

According to the index, Taiwan's Delta Electronics Inc. was the top performer among large companies based on its quarterly share price performance. New York-based Eaton Corp. registered the worst quarterly performance, Lincoln said.

-George Leopold
EE Times


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