Posted June 21, 2006
Last week, right after Verasun (VSE:NYSE) debut its IPO with impressive results, ethanol stocks started tanking again.
Posted June 14, 2006
Ethanol has become so hot even as the market continues to get crushed, analysts are jumping all over the latest ethanol IPOs slated to hit this summer. And with good reason. Theyre all are looking to produce some pretty impressive numbers right out of the box!
Posted June 7, 2006
If you think ANWR supporters, like the American Petroleum Institute and Pork King, Ted Stevens hate the possibility of renewable energy integration into the nations energy infrastructure imagine how OPEC sees it.
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.
Posted May 24, 2006
Renewable energy markets have more to gain from this next election than anyone.
Posted May 17, 2006
Is there another round of organic profits around the corner?
Posted May 10, 2006
Here in the United States we certainly should feel, for lack of a better word - special.
Posted May 3, 2006
Last week, during the opening session of the LOHAS (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability) conference in Santa Monica, NBC personality, Dr. James Rouse instructed a wide-eyed crowd of cultural creatives to stand up and get in tree pose.
Posted April 26, 2006
Last week I found a local WaWa convenience store selling 87 octane for $2.87 a gallon. Disgusted with myself for being so excited, I strategically lined my car in unison with the others and waited patiently to be gouged.
Posted April 19, 2006
It's no secret that the Energy Policy Act, with all its golden tax credits and preemptive election time safety nets, was an important step towards allowing renewable energy markets to become more competitive.
Posted April 12, 2006
It was a little after 4:00 a.m. on Tuesday morning in Las Vegas. The first round of sessions at the Power-Gen Renewable Energy & Fuels Conference didn't start for another five hours and I was too pumped to attempt another 'go-around' at some quality REM
Posted April 5, 2006
In September, 1982 I started a very lucrative business within the sterile, fluorescent-lit hallways of Southhampton Middle School. Every morning on my way to school, I'd stop by the local 7-11 and pick up a few packs of gum that I would later sell at a p
Posted March 29, 2006
As you may recall, last week we briefly touched on green building momentum in the U.S. Thanks in large part to escalating energy prices and looming water shortages, green building practices in the U.S. are picking up steam.
Posted March 22, 2006
Savvy corporations learned long ago that the sponge-like minds of young children comprise the keystone of securing long-term growth.
Posted March 15, 2006
Before we dive into today's Green Chip Review, I have to share this with you.