See How Your State and Metro Rank
The U.S. Clean Tech Leadership Index tracks and ranks the clean-tech activities of all 50 states and the 50 largest metro areas in the U.S. – from EV (electric vehicles) and renewables adoption to policy and investment activity.
The objective of the Leadership Index is to serve as a tool for regional comparative research, a source for aggregated industry data, and a jumping-off point for deep, data-driven analysis of the U.S. clean-tech market.
Key report findings:
- The transition to a clean-energy economy over the past seven years is remarkable, with 14 states now exceeding 10% renewable energy generation, and the top three states (Iowa, South Dakota, and Kansas) at 31%, 25%, and 24% respectively.
- In this year's Index, California became the first state to generate 10% of its in-state electricity from utility-scale and distributed solar, with Hawaii not far behind at 7%.
- Clean-energy deployment transcends politics. Among the Top 10 states for utility-scale clean-energy generation in our 2016 Index, half were red states during the last presidential election (Idaho, Kansas, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and South Dakota) and half were blue states (California, Colorado, Iowa, Minnesota, and Vermont).
The seventh edition of the State Index covers more than 70 indicators in three main categories: Technology, Policy, and Capital. Data is included for all 50 states on clean-energy generation, energy storage installations, green building deployment, energy efficiency expenditures, VC investments, clean-energy patents, and much more.
The fifth edition of the Metro Index tracks clean-tech activities of the 50 largest U.S. metro areas through more than 30 indicators within the following categories: Green Buildings, Advanced Transportation, Clean Electricity & Carbon Management, and Clean Tech Investment, Innovation, & Workforce.
Thanks to Our Clean Tech Leadership Index Partners
The U.S. Clean Tech Leadership Index would not be possible without the support of our partners. In addition to full data access and customized advisory support, our partners gain wide industry branding and recognition.
In addition to publicly available datasets and Clean Edge-derived indicators, Clean Edge leverages data from private data partners including Cleantech Group, EQ Research, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P.C., and IHS Automotive.
Get the Full Picture: Subscription Packages
The U.S. Clean Tech Leadership Index includes more than 100 indicators comprised of approximately 17,000 data points. The complete state and metro datasets are only available to Index subscribers. For information on partnership packages contact Bryce Yonker, Clean Edge senior director of business development and strategic partnerships, at 503-206-8448 or firstname.lastname@example.org.