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Carmanah one of Canada's top green tech companies

Posted on November 9, 2009

Carmanah Technologies, providers of solar LED lights and solar power systems, was named one of Canada's top green technology companies on Corporate Knights Cleantech 10 list.

The Cleantech 10 list recognizes those technology-driven growth companies that make a big impact on resource efficiency, while demonstrating "purity (percentage of revenues or income from Cleantech business...), quality (strategy, management, financial strength, sector leadership)," and strong growth, earnings, liquidity, capitalization and technology. Carmanah has been named to the list all three years.

Now celebrating its third year, the Cleantech 10 list is compiled annually by Corporate Knights Inc, an independent Canadian-based media company focused on fostering sustainable development in Canada.

For a complete listing of Corporate Knights' Cleantech 10 companies for the past three years, visit www.corporateknights.ca/cleantech.

 

 

 

 

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