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.
What’s Driving the Big Change in Global Energy?
Economic trends are driving the change from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
Energy Storage Is Rising in Popularity Despite COVID-19 Setbacks
Residential energy storage fell 40% in April, but this slowdown will be short-lived.
Wind Is Emerging as the Top Renewable Power Source
Falling costs have caused wind energy to emerge as the top renewable power source.
3 Renewable Energy ETFs to Power Your Portfolio
These three ETFs are a great way to play the exploding renewable energy sector.
Renewable Energy Sources Replace Coal Ahead of Predictions
In our current energy transition, renewable energy sources are making coal the biggest loser.
Hydrogen Gas Is the Newest Renewable Energy Source
Hydrogen gas is a renewable energy source that does not require typical energy storage.
China Undertakes Renewable Energy Projects to Boost Economy
To jump-start its supply chains, China is focused on building 25 renewable energy farms.
Utilities Scramble in Wake of COVID-19… But Is Now the Time to Buy?
COVID-19 has pummeled the energy sector, disrupting utilities and renewable energy projects.
COVID-19 Could Jump-Start Renewable Energy Projects
Putting money into energy projects could jump-start the economy and accelerate the move to renewables.