The next decade is going to present a number of challenges for companies in the energy sector. By mid-decade, the demand for crude oil could peak. Not because of lack of supply… but because renewables are becoming so cheap. It will be a big disruption for the energy markets. However, there are still plenty of profitable energy companies in the oil and gas sector. We’ll focus on all of them here.
The Renewables ETF You Need Today
Investing in this exchange-traded fund is a great way to play natural gas and green hydrogen infrastructure.
Why Investors Should Steer Clear of Coal and Natural Gas
The costs associated with updating coal and natural gas energy plants risk being stranded.
Profit From Solar Without Pricey Panels
Installing solar panels is a great way to lower your electricity bill, but investing in the sector can earn you even more money.
Offshore Wind Expands to Maryland
The state is the latest area to see developments in U.S. offshore wind operations.
Electric Reefers Will Soon Hit the Roads
By going electric, refrigerated semitrucks can reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Why I Think Tesla Isn’t Overvalued
Though Tesla is best known for its cars, they make up just one segment of the sustainable energy company.
The Solar Sector Faces Supply Chain Issues Head-On
Despite pandemic-induced delays and rising prices, the solar sector continues to grow.
New Technology Leads to Advancements in Geothermal Energy
Though geothermal power is still a small percentage of global energy supplies, this sector is sure to break out in the decades ahead.
Carbon Capture: The Next Big Energy Trend
Direct carbon capture is one of the leading technologies for removing carbon dioxide from our atmosphere.