Renewable Energy

Renewable energy growth has been accelerating over the last few years, with no sign of slowing down. Solar and wind have made up the largest share of new grid capacity since 2014. That’s because they have rapidly become the cheapest sources to build. These quickly growing companies belong in everyone’s energy portfolio.

Renewable Energy

Fossil Fuels vs. Renewable Energy: EIB Takes Sides

The European Investment Bank announced it will stop funding all fossil fuel projects at the end of 2021.

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4 Energy Storage Stocks

Energy storage has arrived and is here to stay. You should consider making it part of your investment portfolio.

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10 Copper Producers Set to Benefit From Coming Shortage

Increased demand from renewable energy and EVs puts the world’s largest copper producers in the spotlight.

Renewable Energy

Investment in Solar Energy for 2020

Solar power is growing rapidly, while other energy investments are going nowhere fast.

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Energy Efficiency: America’s Hidden Power Source

We use a lot of energy in the United States. Unfortunately, we waste far more. How can we fix this?

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Invest in the World’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm

Oil and coal are out. Renewables are in. That’s why the time to invest in wind is now.

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Why Is Wind Power Good?

Wind provides about 6.5% of all electricity in the U.S. But we are well behind more than a dozen other countries.

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Renewable Energy Investment Opportunities

The world’s energy mix is changing by the minute. Renewables are taking over and becoming a disruptive force.

Renewable Energy

The Best Wind Energy ETF of 2019

Wind power is the fastest-growing source of renewable energy. Here’s how to play it in 2019.

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How Solar, Wind and Storage Are Changing the Renewables Landscape

The renewable energy triple threat – wind power, solar power and battery storage – is becoming increasingly more accessible for residential energy users like you and me.