5 Different Ways to Invest in Renewable Energy

5 Different Ways to Invest in Renewable Energy, reports longterm investor Tam Hunt at GreenTechMedia, include crowdsourcing, as at joinmosaic.com, or buying renewable energy or green bonds, like those offered by Warren Buffett’s companies. Riskier, but potentially higher yielding ones are exchange-traded funds for clean energy, such as TAN. Longer term, even riskier investments can be made in large US companies that are deeply involved in clean energy, such as GE and GM. The German Siemans also has large clean energy investments. Even riskier are individual stocks in companies  that might offer strong future returns – Tesla Motors, for example. The highest risk (and greatest potential return) is, of course, investing in your own big project…


Join the swelling numbers of voters TELLING Congress they’ll vote for Clean Energy candidates here: http://signon.org/sign/we-are-the-clean-99?source=c.em.cp&r_by=487176 . This is an ongoing campaign (the next Congressional election is this year!) so please, spread the word. It’s our way of telling Congress that a strong clean energy voting bloc is out there. This is how YOU can make a difference.


For more on Climate Change, check out my weekly column at the HuffingtonPost, Climate Change This Week : http://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/index.php?author=mary-ellen-harte


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About melharte

Mel (Mary Ellen) Harte is a biologist (PhD) and climate change educator. She co-authored the free online book, COOL THE EARTH, SAVE THE ECONOMY, available at www.CoolTheEarth.US, and writes the CLIMATE CHANGE THIS WEEK column at the HuffingtonPost. Living summers in the alpine Rockies, she is on the frontlines of watching what climate change can do. Her diagnostic digital photographs of wildflowers have appeared in numerous publications.
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