Israel ranked fourth in clean-tech investments in the recently published 2011 Global Green Economy Index (GGEI).

The report reviewed vitality and investment opportunity in 27 clean-tech markets, and found Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Israel and Canada to be the Top Five leaders in clean-tech investments.

According to the report, Israel is among the most attractive places for clean-tech investment targets over the next 10 years.

The GGEI report is published by Dual Citizen, a company that works with governments and international organizations on ways to advance their economic and policy agendas. The GGEI is used as a comprehensive analytic tool for stakeholders to track, analyze and improve upon both the perceptions and performance of green economies.