July 2010 Archives
German Solar, U.S. Wind, and the Grecian Formula - 2010-07-31
Green Chip Editor Nick Hodge brings readers the week's news in the cleantech sector with a cheers and jeers recap.
Green Options: Twice the Money in Half the Time - 2010-07-30
Green Chip Editor Nick Hodge discusses a lucrative yet often misunderstood way to invest in everything green: green options trading.
Clean Energy Mergers & Acquisitions - 2010-07-29
Green Chip Editor Nick Hodge discusses cleantech mergers and acquisitions in 2010 and lists a ton of clean energy stock tickers.
Foreign Exchange and Energy - 2010-07-28
Guest editor Michael Trinkle discusses energy and the foreign-exchange market.
Could California Kill Cleantech? - 2010-07-28
Green Chips Living's Jimmy Mengel explains how a California ballot initiative could kill California cleantech.
Korean Nuclear Reactors in the U.S. - 2010-07-27
Green Chip Editor Nick Hodge discusses Korea's APR-1400 nuclear reactor and one tiny company's plan to import it.
Microfinance Economic Recovery - 2010-07-27
Contributing editor Christos Makridis discusses how microfinance in the United States is contributing to economic recovery.
Energy Bill Opportunities - 2010-07-26
Green Chip Editor Jeff Siegel discusses opportunities stemming from the latest energy bill.
Mangroves: Next on the Endangered Species List? - 2010-07-26
Green Chip Living Editor Brigid Darragh reports on the latest study on the alarming rate of deforestation for the world's mangroves, and why nations must focus on protecting the mangrove population.
No Energy Bill in 2010 - 2010-07-24
Green Chip Editor Nick Hodge says we won't see an energy bill this year, but that it won't affect the success of cleantech investing.
BP Spill Already Altering the Gulf's Food Chain - 2010-07-23
Green Chip Living's Jimmy Mengel discusses the "ripple-effect" of the Gulf oil spill on the ocean's delicate food chain.
Electric Vehicle Investing Opportunities - 2010-07-22
Green Chip Editor Jeff Siegel discusses a new electric car bill that aims to speed up the integration of electric vehicles.
GE Unveils Ecomagination Challenge - 2010-07-21
Green Chip Living Editor Brigid Darragh reports on GE's announcement of a ten-week innovative challenge to design the smart grid, with a big fat reward.
Natural Capital Investing - 2010-07-20
Contributing editor Sam Hopkins reviews a new platform that will be used to address the challenge of measuring and monetizing the most uncommon natural resources.
Approaching Solar Earnings Season - 2010-07-20
Green Chip Editor Nick Hodge talks about big banks warming up to the solar sector and how you can turn a quick profit as earnings season approaches.
Ecosystem Investing - 2010-07-19
Green Chip Editor Jeff Siegel reviews the annual liquidation of $2 trillion, and how it affects the true value of conventional fossil fuel-based energy.
Trading Cocaine for Chocolate - 2010-07-19
Green Chip Living's Jimmy Mengel describes why Peru's farmers are swapping cocaine for chocolate...
Clean Energy Investing - 2010-07-19
New data on clean energy investing
Global Energy Transition Underway - 2010-07-17
Green Chip Editor Nick Hodge comments on a week's worth of news in everything cleantech, alternative, and profitable.
Fannie Freddie and Pace - 2010-07-16
Freddie and Fannie have decided that a new program which helps hard-working folks put solar on their roofs is a bad idea.
Green Parking Lots - 2010-07-15
Green Chip Editor Jeff Siegel discusses two publicly-traded companies greening up the nation's parking lots and garages.
Sustainable Sneakers - 2010-07-15
Green Chip Living's Jimmy Mengel examines the growing trend of sustainable footwear, and exactly how accurate the shoes companies' claims actually are...
Electrolux Building Vacuums from Garbage - 2010-07-14
Green Chip Living Editor Brigid Darragh reports on Swedish home appliance Electrolux's newest appliance initiative that spreads awareness about plastic pollution in the world's oceans.
Stimulus Funds Array of Smart Grid Technologies - 2010-07-14
Green Chip Editor Nick Hodge discusses smart grid stimulus projects, and why we're in the early stages of a complete grid overhaul.
Kraft Cuts Waste and Exceeds Goals by Double - 2010-07-12
Green Chip Living Editor Brigid Darragh reports on Kraft's recent strides toward meeting and surpassing their sustainability goals - set for 2011 - early!
Investing in Green Stocks - 2010-07-12
Green Chip Editor Jeff Siegel reveals his top seven green stocks to buy the next time the market slides.
Energy Themes for the Next Decade - 2010-07-10
Green Chip Editor Nick Hodge comments on the coming decade in the green sector and gives readers 7 trends to watch out for.
EPA Slaps Monsanto with Record Fine - 2010-07-09
Green Chip Living's Jimmy Mengel discusses the EPA's record fine against Monsanto, and why it won't do a bit of good...
New Law Guarantees this LED Company Shines - 2010-07-09
Green Chip Publisher Brian Hicks explains how a new government law guarantees you make profits in energy efficiency stocks.
Electric Vehicle Investing - 2010-07-08
Green Chip Editor Jeff Siegel discusses the realities of electric vehicle market penetration and mentions a stock investors can consider.
27,000 Forgotten Oil Wells Uncovered in the Gulf - 2010-07-07
Green Chip Living's Jimmy Mengel describes the 27,000 abandoned oil wells in the Gulf and the threat that they pose.
Energy Efficiency Emerges as Strongest Cleantech Sector - 2010-07-06
Green Chip Editor Nick Hodge goes over data presented by Wall Street bankers at a recent energy conference, and concludes that efficiency is the best investment right now.
Carbon Emissions Investing - 2010-07-05
Green Chip Editor Jeff Siegel discusses the coming energy bill and the opportunities it could offer for investors.
The Status of Renewable Energy in the United States - 2010-07-04
Green Chip Stocks' Nick Hodge wraps up a week after a trip to the Big Apple to sit in on the Renewable Energy Finance Forum - Wall Street.
Clean Energy in the Emerging Markets - 2010-07-01
Green Chip editor Nick Hodge discusses the growth of clean energy in the developing world, and why the U.S. is about to lose out.