Investing in Renewable Energy. Making Money on Green Chip Stocks. Angel Series

  • ID: 2242674
  • Book
  • 272 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Praise for Investing In Renewable Energy

"Jeff Siegel was investing in renewable energy years before Wall Streetheard of the names Ormat Technologies, Suntech, SunPower, or First Solar. His first issue of Green Chip Stocks was published in 2004. So not only hashe been ahead of the curve on the renewable energy boom . . . but in many cases,he′s been the curve! With oil trading over $100 a barrel . . . and Americansstaring at the greatest energy crisis in history, Jeff′s new tome is amust–have for any serious investor."
Brian Hicks, author of Profit from the Peak: The End of Oil and theGreatest Investment Event of the Century

Green Chip Stocks represent the most important stocks traded today, for one simple reason: these are the investments that will allow us to end our reliance on foreign oil and build a stronger, safer, and cleaner domestic energy infrastructure. Renewable energy is not only creating a new way of life, but also a new generation of wealth.

Filled with in–depth insights and practical advice, Investing in Renewable Energy shows you how to tap into this growing market in order to capture unparalleled profits. Throughout the book, author Jeff Siegel with the help of energy experts Chris Nelder and Nick Hodge explores various renewable energy technologies and shows you how to profit from next–generation renewable energy projects and companies that are poised to take over where fossil fuels will leave off.

With Investing in Renewable Energy as your guide, you′ll quickly discover the tremendous potential of the alternative energy industry and learn how to make the most of the opportunities within it.

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Preface.

Part I. Transitioning to the New Energy Economy.

Chapter 1. The Global Energy Meltdown.

Chapter 2. The Solar Solution.

Chapter 3. Global Winds.

Chapter 4. The Heat Below.

Chapter 5. What May Wash Up In The Tide.

Chapter 6. What′s That Smell?

Chapter 7. The Efficiency Advantage.

Part II. The End of Oil.

Chapter 8. Foreign Oil: The Path to Suicide.

Chapter 9. Biofuels: More than Just Corn.

Chapter 10. Plugged–In Profits.

Part III. The Science and Profitability of Climate Change.

Chapter 11. Global Warming: The Not–So–Great Debate.

Chapter 12. Profiting from Pollution.

Conclusion. The Greatest Investment Opportunity of the 21st Century.

Notes.

About the Authors.

Index.

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Jeff Siegel
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