The Convenience of Contrived Controversy
Written by Brian HicksPosted June 19, 2007
Leaders of the committee writing energy legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives backed away on Monday from controversial elements of the bill, including new fuel economy standards for automobiles.
Formula One Gives Green Technology a New Victory
Written by Brian HicksPosted June 18, 2007
A technology called kinetic energy recovery will reduce emissions of F1 cars without hurting performance, and stands to revolutionize the way Phev's perform.
From Pollution to Profits
Written by Brian HicksPosted June 14, 2007
As if we weren't making a killing already, it's now possible to profit from the reduction of carbon emissions during the production of renewable energy. It's a difficult system to understand. But it's as lucrative as it is complex.
CAFE Standards Have Big Auto on Empty
Written by Brian HicksPosted June 5, 2007
I don't know if you've heard the recent news about the automotive industry's reaction to the proposed increase in the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards, but I'll tell you this, it has the Alliance of Automotive Manufacturers in an uproar.
Next Stop: Dow 25,224
Written by Brian HicksPosted May 31, 2007
I'm about to make the most extreme market prediction of my entire career.
Wildfires, Whiskey, Celebrities and Money
Written by Brian HicksPosted May 30, 2007
On a recent trip through the Florida wildfires I stumbled upon a new cycle. This "Fear, Growth, Industry" cycle is almost complete in hybrid technologies and stands to make serious investors some serious money.
Concentrating Solar Power
Written by Brian HicksPosted May 29, 2007
While photovoltaics (PV) is the most common--and well-known--application for solar energy harvesting, the Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) sector is finally starting to pick up some much-needed steam as a renewable energy investment.
Fuel Efficiency Dictates Profitability
Written by Brian HicksPosted May 22, 2007
As Green Chip investors, we have the opportunity to exploit a number of different markets when it comes to alternative energy integration. And that certainly includes military applications.
Profits Continue to Rise in Fair Trade Sector
Written by Brian HicksPosted May 21, 2007
Fair Trade is more than just responsible capitalism. It's a massive growth opportunity for savvy Green Chip investors.
Rising Gas Prices--No Worries
Written by Brian HicksPosted May 17, 2007
You see, as the price of gas rises, interest in technologies that can alleviate some of that pain also rises. When that happens, savvy investors can take advantage of companies that are providing relief.
Alternative Energy Makes a Quick $50 Billion
Written by Brian HicksPosted May 9, 2007
Once thought of as marginal, the revolution we here at Green Chip Review knew would succeed is now dominating the front page and the marketplace--bringing hefty profits with every headline and positive press release.
"Forbes, Fetch the Mini, We're Going to Wall Street"
Written by Brian HicksPosted April 30, 2007
With heavy media coverage, rave reviews from automotive journalists and speculation from Forbes and The Wall Street Journal... is Hybrid Technologies the next company up for corporate buy out?
This Bipartisan Bill Is Making Us a Fortune
Written by Brian HicksPosted April 26, 2007
Under this bill, all new federal buildings would have to reduce fossil fuel use by 50% over their predecessors, and existing buildings would have to reduce usage by 30% by 2015.
EV's aren't the Future...They're Already Here!
Written by Brian HicksPosted April 23, 2007
While we may have some pretty good ideas about what will dominate the transportation market in ten or twenty years, EV's and hybrids offer the best solution to some very serious problems.
Algae Shows More Promise
Written by Brian HicksPosted April 19, 2007
On a commercial scale, the economic production of biodiesel using algae is simply a no-brainer.