alternative energy

2017 Chevy Cruze

Chevy Tops Fuel Economy Race With 52 MPG Cruze, Tries to Make Diesel Comeback

General Motors Co.'s (NYSE: GM) largest division, Chevrolet, has released the new diesel version of its Cruze. The 2017 Cruze Diesel Sedan gets 52 miles per gallon, which makes it ...
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sustainable energy

Short Interest on the Rise in Solar, Alternative Energy Stocks

Short interest moves among solar and alternative energy stocks were generally upward during the two-week reporting period that ended on January 31. Of the companies we watch, short interest rose on ...
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green energy

First Solar Now Has Franklin Templeton Funds Among Top Shareholders

If there is one area of President Donald Trump's energy policy that remains under a cloud of confusion, alternative and renewable energy has to fit the bill. This has created ...
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oil train

Global Oil and Coal Demand May Peak in 2020

Alternative energy programs may become so successful in the next three years that the demand for traditional fossil fuels could peak as early as 2020. The entire energy industry, particularly ...
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sustainable energy

Short Interest in Solar Stocks Rises, Mixed on Alternative Energy

Short interest moves among solar and alternative energy stocks were mixed during the two-week reporting period that ended on January 13. Of the companies we watch, short interest rose on ...
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sustainable energy

Morgan Stanley ‘Cautious’ on Clean Energy Sector

While the November election of Donald Trump brought a smile to the fossil fuel industry, the reaction in the renewables energy sector was more subdued. Analysts at Morgan Stanley published ...
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Tesla Supercharger

Tesla to Charge for Supercharger Use as Its Business Plans Evolve

Not long ago, owners of Tesla Motors Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) vehicles could charge those cars for free. Owners have two options. Charge the car at home (or somewhere else with ...
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green energy

After Years of Gains, Clean Energy Investment Is on the Decline

Call it global warming. Call it climate change. Maybe it's a nuance, or maybe your political stance determines how you feel about this debate. 24/7 Wall St. has tracked investment ...
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sustainable energy

Short Sellers Get Selective in Solar, Alt Energy Stocks

Short interest moves among solar and alternative energy stocks were mixed during the two-week reporting period that ended on December 30. Of the companies we watch, short interest fell on ...
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Profit or Loss

What to Expect From Companies Reporting Thursday

The Trump rally has helped push the broad markets to new highs, and with earnings season kicking off on Friday, we can see what this rally is made of. In ...
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Tesla Model 3

60% of Americans Don’t Even Know That Plug-in Electric Vehicles Exist

A person could be forgiven for thinking that all the hoopla in the business press about Tesla Motors Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) has raised Americans' awareness of battery electric vehicles (EVs) ...
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green energy

Short Interest in Solar, Alt Energy Stocks Drops

Short interest moves among solar and alternative energy stocks were uniformly downward during the two-week reporting period that ended on December 15. Of the companies we watch, short interest fell ...
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Wind Turbine Technician

Coal the Cheapest Power Source in Just 3% of the US

The Energy Institute at the University of Texas at Austin last week released a series of white papers combined as a single report called "The Full Cost of Electricity (FCe-)." ...
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green energy

Short Interest in Solar, Alt Energy Stocks Slips

Short interest moves among solar and alternative energy stocks were mixed during the two-week reporting period that ended on November 30. Of the companies we watch, short interest fell on ...
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ocean waves and sun

Can the US Cut Energy Use in Half by 2050?

In its Annual Energy Outlook for 2016 published in September, the U.S. Energy Information Administration projected that U.S. energy use would be cut by 40% to 60% by 2050. Cutting ...
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