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A Complete Guide To Trading Green In Solar, Wind, Ethanol, Fuel Cell And Carbon Credit Industries

The tipping point has arrived for the move to clean energy alternatives and governments around the world are mandating change through regulation, incentive, and investment.
by Staff Writers
Dublin, Ireland (SPX) Mar 11, 2008
With Profiting from Clean Energy, respected investment analyst Richard Asplund provides an in-depth explanation of the technology and industry structure behind various sectors of this field and in the process identifies more than 150 stocks related to clean energy. Along the way, Asplund discusses exactly what it takes to effectively invest in clean energy-whether it be through buying individual stocks, investing in green exchange-traded funds or mutual funds, or trading the biofuel and carbon credit markets.

Profiting from Clean Energy provides a complete guide for individual and professional investors on how to profit from the fast growing clean energy sector. Investment opportunities in bio-fuels/ethanol, solar power, wind power, fuel cells, geothermal, clean fossil fuel technologies, and power savings and efficiency are analyzed. Research backs guidance on best areas to invest in now, which to wait on, and what to avoid completely.

All the ways to invest in this sector including stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, venture capital, angel investing, and futures are presented. The age of "dinosaur fuel" is peaking and petroleum prices have soared to record highs due to inability of production to keep pace with growing demand.

The tipping point has arrived for the move to clean energy alternatives and governments around the world are mandating change through regulation, incentive, and investment. Now is the time to get in on the ground floor of the burgeoning area which today stands at $4 billion in sales and is estimated to quadruple over the next 10 years.

Topics Covered

- Clean Energy Investments and Performance - The Show Has Just Begun.

- Catalysts for the Clean Energy Industry.

- The Government Push - Strong Enough to Get Clean Energy to Clean Energy.

- Potential - Double-Digit Growth for Decades.

- Solar Power - The Sky is the Limit.

- Wind Power - The Picturesque Dutch Windmill Gets a Technology Makeover.

- Fuel Cells - Present and Accounted for in Some Applications Already.

- Geothermal Power - Dante's Contribution to Clean Energy.

- Cleaner Utilities - Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks.

- Power Efficiency - "The Cheapest and Most Available Source of Energy Is the Energy We Waste".

- Smart Meters - Getting Smart on Grid Efficiency and Reliability.

- Power Storage and Backup Systems - When the Grid Just Won't Do.

- Clean Transportation - Electric Hybrids Are Charged Up and Ready to Go.

- Ethanol/Biofuels - US Farmers Play David to OPEC's Goliath.

- Trading Biofuel Markets - Feedstock Frenzy.

- Big Coal - Meet Your New Partners: Cleaner Coal and Carbon Capture.

- Carbon Trading - Poised to Become the World's Largest Commodity Market?

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New Report On Grid-Connected PV Metering And Interconnection Practices
Washington DC (SPX) Mar 10, 2008
A newly released industry report, Residential Photovoltaic Metering and Interconnection Study: Utility Perspectives and Practices, establishes a baseline of utility practices related to residential grid-connected solar photovoltaics (PV). As metering and interconnection issues arise across the country with the increased interest in clean energy, an examination of the nation's most solar-experienced utilities indicates that accommodating these distributed hook ups can and should be simplified.







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