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Photo: Energy density rises at a yearly rate of around 5%, making battery chemistries slower to develop than electronic goods, with processing power that doubles every 18 months, according to Global Industry Analysts.
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The world water utilities market was worth more than $655 billion in 2010, after 5% year-on-year growth, according to MarketLine.
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