No one can predict technological shifts like these. But remember Fessler’s Third Law of Technology: “New technology is almost always disruptive and transformative.”
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Investors, Take Note: U.S. Dependence on Fossil Fuels Dropping Despite Trump’s Paris Decision Market Trends
Some of you were not pleased the last time I talked about the energy landscape in the Trump administration. Well, here I go again.
We hear a lot about “the cloud” when it comes to internet storage and data backup. A similar phenomenon is taking place on the energy grid.
I want to tell you about the fastest-growing source of energy in America. It’s a bit unusual and certainly unexpected. But it’s making a monumental impact…
Many investors mistakenly think renewable energy is something that’s coming in a vague, distant future. But Elon Musk proves yet again that with Tesla’s solar tiles, the future is now.
Solar and wind are already integral parts of our energy generation, and their roles will continue to expand. There’s a sector that’s going to take off as a result.
What this energy CEO didn’t say on national TV really caught my attention… and it’s a problem that’s plaguing the entire nuclear industry.
Just a few days ago, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said his government will act to restrict LNG exports. That could be a boon to U.S. producers.
Let Trump continue to dig coal. As an energy investor, put your money where the real economic growth is happening.