Q&A: What are some good eco-friendly or “green” companies to invest in, and why?

Question by some.guy50: What are some good eco-friendly or “green” companies to invest in, and why?
I was wondering what some good “green” (eco-friendly) stocks, or anything like that, to invest in. Also, why? Thank you in advanced.

Best answer:

Answer by Don
I will leave you a source that may help you.

I believe alternative energy, solar especially, has the potential to be one of the biggest wealth builders the market has ever known.

Best of Luck

What do you think? Answer below!

4 Responses to “Q&A: What are some good eco-friendly or “green” companies to invest in, and why?”

  1. In stock market, U have to see the sectors which will be in demand in the time of recession. If u r a long term invstor, U can start to invest slowly. Uc an see lot of stocks r available at quite reasonable rate now, like GMR Infra, Birla Jute, Tata Tele etc like.

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  2. I like the 1st responder’s idea but I do not particularly care for the link he posted. I agree that there is likely opportunities in eco friendly energy generation. Try TSL.

  3. I own three:

    Zoltek (ZOLT) a manufacturer of carbon fiber. Currently used in the blades of super large wind turbines. Soon to be used in cars to make them stronger, lighter and more fuel efficient. With dozens of other energy saving uses in the future.

    Composite Technologies (CPTC) a manufacturer of the largest wind turbines (the D8.2) and of very high efficient electric transmission cable to save energy.

    Plug Power (PLUG) a manufacturer of fuel cells which in the near future will be used to power cars with hydrogen and will only emit water vapor. They also will will be producing natural gas home energy units which will heat homes and produce hydrogen used to fuel your fuel cell car.

    Zoltek is profitable, the other two are not. All three have potential for explosive growth. Good luck!

  4. Some good responses. I am not sure why Muncie Birder does not like the source from Don. I checked it out and it is a nice list of alternative energy companies.

    I certainly think alternative energy has the potential to be one of the most wealth expanding sectors of all time. I have to lean toward solar and wind.

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