Reykjavik Energy: Organization DB Profile: All Organizations

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Reykjavik Energy   97.60% (122)
Columbia University   76.80% (96)
University Of Iceland   63.20% (79)
National Center   49.60% (62)
European Union   48.80% (61)
Scientific Research   48.80% (61)
Us Energy Department   47.20% (59)
Us Pacific Northwest National Laboratory   44.80% (56)
Us Department Of Energy   13.60% (17)
Department Of Energy   12.00% (15)
Earth Institute   10.40% (13)
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology   8.80% (11)
China Recycling Energy   8.00% (10)
Mitsubishi   8.00% (10)
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory   7.20% (9)
Bioneutral Group   7.20% (9)
Matinee Energy   7.20% (9)
Genon Energy Vestas   7.20% (9)
Martinho Group Establish Joint Venture Online   7.20% (9)
Alaska High School Bay Area   6.40% (8)
W Power Holdings   6.40% (8)
Nf Energy   6.40% (8)
Global Research Technologies   5.60% (7)
United Nations Framework Convention On Climate   5.60% (7)
Royal Society   5.60% (7)
Klaus Lackner At Columbia University   5.60% (7)
University Of Calgary   5.60% (7)
University Of East Anglia   5.60% (7)
Carnegie Institution Of Washington At Stanford University   5.60% (7)
York Department Of Energy   5.60% (7)
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