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May 09, 2006



Can hydrogen really be called a green fuel when it is derived from natural gas and is just as much of a fossil fuel as coal or gasoline?

It can also be got from water, but doing that requires a lot more energy in than we get from burning the hydrogen. Which raises the question of where that energy comes from. As renewables cannot supply our domestic and industrial needs, they surely can't supply our vehicle fuel as well.

Can biofuels really be called clean? They require huge areas of wild land to go under the plough. One of the prime causes of Indonesian tropical rainforest destrcution is clearance for oil palms, seen as the bright future for biofuels.

Chris Bartle

Great news Joel, Ron and Clint!! I love it!


What is the symbol for this index so i can track it on my brokerage site? thanks. (ive looked everywhere and cant find this one simple thing!)

Jim Melillo

Is there a way to invest in this Clean Edge Index? Please advise to jameli@hotmail.com Thanks.

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