5 Stocks to Play Wind Energy Growth
The earthquake in Japan and the subsequent nuclear energy crisis, as well as the spike in global oil prices, has sparked renewed interest in alternative energy sources.
A growing number of venture capitalists and corporate investors are announcing new renewable energy investment initiatives. The increased funding to support the commercialization of renewable energy comes after a period in which investors seemed to have tired of this sector.To continue reading about the rise of the wind energy market, click here About GE
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