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Wind energy patents on the rise

As we reported March 17 in this column, a review of recent trends in clean technology patents reveals clean energy innovation has reached an all-time high. Headlines lately seem to be filled with news regarding wind energy. A great deal ...

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Clean energy patents reach new high

The existence of intellectual property, in general, is an essential element of economic growth in a knowledge-based economy such as our own. As a result, the number of patents issued annually by the U.S. Patent and Trademark often is cited ...

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