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Why clean science and technology share prices are on the rise

Why clean science and technology share prices are on the rise

Clean science and technology are two growing industries that show no signs of slowing down. In fact, the market has pushed both of these markets to new heights in terms of share price and shows no signs of slowing down. There are many reasons as to why this trend continues, so we’ve outlined three of the most important ones below

Even if you don’t have any stocks, now is a good time to look at them

Historically, clean technology companies have performed better than traditional stocks. The S&P 500 has earned an average of about 4% annually over its lifetime; by comparison, there’s a strong argument that pure cleantech (i.e., companies solely engaged in developing green technologies) stocks have historically averaged between 10-15% gains per year. In recent years, particularly during times of economic distress, that annual return has risen as high as 30%, but even then returns still averaged double digits.

Clean energy investment comes with a high return

According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), global investment in renewable energy reached a record US$329 billion in 2015, up 5% from 2014. Emerging markets continued to be a growing source of clean energy investment: China’s spending jumped 19% to $102.9 billion, while India spent 11% more than it did in 2014.

Clean tech holds huge potential but is still considered an emerging market

Clean energy technologies, such as solar panels, wind turbines, and batteries that store power from these renewable sources could provide us with a cleaner and cheaper alternative to coal-fired power plants. The market for cleantech is growing rapidly: In 2009 alone it was worth $254 billion worldwide according to BNEF, but if it reaches its potential by 2020 then it will be worth $1 trillion.

Two companies, in particular, stand out (Tesla and Tesla Solar City). See details below

Tesla is a producer of advanced electric vehicles and the creator of batteries for home use. Tesla’s next-level approach to manufacturing cars, its unique method of charging batteries, plus its acquisition of Solar City in November 2016, has put the company firmly on investors’ radar.

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Some other companies worth checking out include NextEra Energy, Inc., NRG Energy, Inc., First Solar, Inc., SunPower Corporation, Sunrun Inc., SolarEdge Technologies, Inc. Section

Environmental Science - Technology. Section: Environment - Industry. Latest Headlines & Breaking News Exchange Rates & Economic Calendar - Yahoo! Finance Canada Inc. and its subsidiaries operate as a holding company for an investment portfolio of companies engaged in energy-related businesses that serve customers worldwide.

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