Green Chip Stocks Archives


Green Parking Lots

Posted July 15, 2010

Green Chip Editor Jeff Siegel discusses two publicly-traded companies greening up the nation's parking lots and garages.

Biotech Awaits FDA Approval Today

Posted April 30, 2010

Green Chip brings readers a word on the biotech sector, and explains why today is a big day for one small biotech company in particular.

The Profitable Stocks behind Cash for Caulkers

Posted March 8, 2010

Green Chip Editor Jeff Siegel highlights opportunities in energy efficiency and green building.

The Green Millionaire Infomercial

Posted November 18, 2009

Editor Sam Hopkins exposes the truth behind the Green Millionaire e-book promoted on the internet and television.

Green Building Jobs

Posted November 16, 2009

Green Chip Editor Jeff Siegel discusses the latest data on green job creation.

Masdar Clean Energy

Posted August 20, 2009

Editor Sam Hopkins uncovers a German stock profit play in Abu Dhabi's $15 billion Masdar clean energy project...and that's just phase one.

Google and Renewable Energy

Posted November 1, 2008

Editor Sam Hopkins discusses google renewable energy and challenges IT companies to put their green money where their servers are.

Green Hotels

Posted June 5, 2008

Editor Sam Hopkins examines green hotels and the global push for energy efficient lodging.

Renewable Energy Advancements

Posted April 24, 2008

Editor Sam Hopkins talks about why some of the best renewable energy advancements come from non-profit sources.

Green Building Stocks

Posted November 13, 2007

This week, editor Nick Hodge take a look at the convergence of the green building and carbon markets, and discusses the future of each.

The Return on this Investment? 20-to-1. . .

Posted November 22, 2006

Thanks to a costly energy crunch on the horizon, our nation’s newest school buildings could be the first of many “Green Schools” designed not only to dramatically cut energy and water use, but also to actually provide comfortable, productive and healthy work environments for students and faculty.

Green Goes Modular

Posted May 31, 2006

Thanks to massive hikes in utility costs, more and more consumers are now looking to energy-efficient appliances, building materials and renewable energy applications to ease the economic burden.