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The Corporate Knights, an independent Canadian-based media company focused on prompting and reinforcing sustainable development, announced the Cleantech 10 and Next 10 Emerging Cleantech Leaders of Tomorrow at the Cleantech Forum XIV in Toronto.

The Cleantech 10 are: Boralex, Canadian Hydro Developers, Carmanah, Dynetek Calgary, Hydrogenics, RuggedCom, SunOpta, Westport Innovations, WFI and Xantrex.

The Next 10 companies are: 6N Silicon, Enerworks, Ensyn Tech., Group IV Semiconductor, Iogen Corp., Magenn Power, Menova, Plasco Energy Group, REGEN Energy and Triton Logging.

The Cleantech 10 and Next 10 Cleantech span a range of sectors from specialized technology to harvest flooded forests, to solar electric inverters, smart grids and floating wind turbines.


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