Ernst and Young's latest Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness index provided little excitement at the top of the list as China and the US maintained their positions at #1 and #2 respectively.  The study, published quarterly beginning in 2003, assesses national renewable energy markets in 35 countries to determine the attractiveness of these markets for investors as well as their suitability for individual technologies (such as: solar, wind or hydro).  Finland climbed seven places from 30th to 23rd on the latest index with the country's wind and biomass technologies and infrastructure being highlighted as its strongest.

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The latest Ernst & Young Reneable Energy Country Attractiveness index
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