Green Chip Stocks

Green Chip Stocks Index:

ABB (ABB) - 21.99 ↑ 0.01

Canadian Solar (CSIQ) - 33.77 ↑ 0.08

Capstone Turbine (CPST) - 0.45 -0.01

Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) - 623.41 -6.01

Daqo New Energy (DQ) - 22.33 -0.09

First Solar (FSLR) - 50.42 -0.33

General Electric (GE) - 27.40 -0.23

Hannon Armstrong (HASI) - 20.67 ↑ 0.32

Hanwha SolarOne (HSOL) - 1.10 ↑ 0.00

iPatch DJ-UBS Coffee (JO) - 21.31 -0.11

iPath Pure Beta Coffee (CAFE) - 14.71 -0.28

JA Solar (JASO) - 8.64 ↑ 0.02

Maxwell Technologies (MXWL) - 5.32 -0.07

NRG, Inc. (NRG) - 25.19 -0.23

NRG Yield, Inc. (NYLD) - 26.88 ↑ 0.15

Ormat (ORA) - 37.10 -0.08

Pattern Energy Group (PEGI) - 28.55 -0.07

SolarCity (SCTY) - 61.58 -0.32

SunEdison (SUNE) - 31.07 ↑ 0.02

SunPower (SPWR) - 31.32 ↑ 0.04

TerraForm Power (TERP) - 40.63 ↑ 0.46

Tesla (TSLA) - 251.18 -0.27

TransAlta Renewables (RNW) - 11.34 ↑ 0.00

Trina Solar (TSL) - 12.53 ↑ 0.08

U.S. Geothermal (HTM) - 0.49 ↑ 0.01

Whole Foods Market (WFM) - 42.16 -0.07

Yingli Green Energy (YGE) - 1.01 -0.01


Investing in Organic Food

Why is Organic Food So Expensive?

by Jeff Siegel
Friday, May 29, 2015

Ever wonder why organic food is so expensive?

One of Silicon Valley's top angel investors gives his take.

Check it out …

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Investing in the Death of Coal

Coal just got Pummeled ...again!

by Jeff Siegel
Thursday, May 28, 2015

coaltrainDo you want to see the renewable energy industry grow and flourish?

Then invest in renewable energy companies.

Want to make fossil fuel companies scrounge for loose change?

Then divest from fossil fuel companies.

That's what the world's biggest sovereign wealth fund is about to do.

This ain't Pocket Change

According to Business Insider, Norway's state pension fund, which is valued at around $885 billion may soon be required to divest its holdings in companies that generate more than 30 percent ...

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Investing in Renewable Energy

Saudis Confirm Switch from Oil to Solar

by Jeff Siegel
Wednesday, May 27, 2015

al-naimiYou probably wouldn't recognize him if you saw him on the street.

Heck, you probably don't even know his name.

But Ali Al-Naimi is one of the most powerful men in the world.

As the Saudi oil minister and chairman of Saudi Aramco, Al-Naimi is not particularly popular with U.S. oil producers, especially after telling the media he didn't care if oil prices crashed to $20 because it was not in the interest of OPEC producers to cut production — regardless of price.

Still, he remains ...

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