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Ten Clean Energy Stocks for 2014: June Update

Ten Clean Energy Stocks for 2014: June Update

While the major market indexes were hitting new highs in May, small capitalization stocks and clean energy stocks (most of which are small cap) continued to lag. The broad market benchmark IWM gained just 0.2 percent and is down 2.3 percent for the year, while my clean energy benchmark PBW fell 3.2 percent cutting its gains for the year to a slim 1.2 percent.
Renewable Energy:  A Bright Future

Renewable Energy: A Bright Future

Save money and the environment by integrating a solar, fuel cell or wind energy system. - Renewable power sources and energy efficiency could meet 60 percent of the nation's need for new electric power plants over the next 20 years, according to a November 2000 study by the U.S. Department of Energy. Although high cost and slow paybacks have long been barriers to incorporating a solar energy system, the good news is that the combined efforts of industry and the Department of Energy have reduced solar photovoltaic (PV) system costs by more than 300 percent since 1982.
Saving a Fishery

Saving a Fishery

Ten miles downstream of the 263-MW Cabinet Gorge hydroelectric development on the lower Clark Fork River, Lake Pend Oreille is a favorite Idaho freshwater fishing destination.
Meet China’s Clean Energy Wildcatters Who Are $9 Billion Richer

Meet China’s Clean Energy Wildcatters Who Are $9 Billion Richer

Chinese clean energy entrepreneurs worth $9.13 billion in 2015 are starting to turn heads — the wildcatters of solar energy. To some extent, they’re riding the froth of Chinese equity markets. The Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index is up about 40 percent since Jan. 1, compared with an increase of about 3 percent for the Standard & Poor's 500 Index.
Top 10 Unanswered Biofuels Questions for 2011

Top 10 Unanswered Biofuels Questions for 2011

Your calls and emails are always the highlight of each day. Most questions can be answered johnny-on-the-spot. Some are still out there and well worth arguing over. Here are the Top 10 that are still unanswered.
Sustainable Women Series: Rethinking the Global Economy with Sustainable Solutions

Sustainable Women Series: Rethinking the Global Economy with Sustainable Solutions

In 2002, sustainable business guru and Time Magazine’s “Hero of the Planet” Hunter Lovins founded Natural Capitalism Solutions, an organization that helps communities, companies, and countries implement genuine sustainability solutions to change the way business is done worldwide.
Developers Warm to Small-Scale Geothermal

Developers Warm to Small-Scale Geothermal

Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHPs), and their application in geothermal heat extraction, have matured as a technology in recent years. But their take-up varies widely in Europe from country to country. Climatic and geological conditions differ a great deal, and economic circumstances and traditional construction methods are wildly dissimilar.
The hydrocarbon era’s spectacular end

The hydrocarbon era’s spectacular end

Dustin Yellin, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based artist whose intricate 3D photomontages adorn the likes of New York’s Lincoln Center, wants to draw your gaze to climate change. Not in a subtle way, either. He plans to stand an oil supertanker on its end in the ground—a structure soaring 1,000 feet into the air.
Ideas for Improving India’s Power Policies

Ideas for Improving India’s Power Policies

Based on his years of experience related to hydropower development in both the public and private sectors in India, the author offers suggestions that he believes could be helpful toward tapping a greater share of the country’s large hydro potential.