The nonprofit Pew Charitable Trust organization recently released a report detailing the west-east migration of capital investments in wind and solar energy, according to The Hannah Report. Asian investments are up 10 percent, which is the same amount that investments have dropped in the United States. Investments in the United States are a far second behind China. U.S. investments in wind energy in particular have "plummeted more than 90 percent in 2013," though it is still a distant second to China. The report, "Who's Winning the Clean Energy Race?" said investor interest in the sector has been dampened in the United States due to "the fulfillment of state-level portfolio standards, the lack of progress on national energy policy, and uncertainty about the direction of policies on global warming pollution," the article said. For more, read the full report.