Capitalism exists to make money by solving problems and there is hardly a better example than the problem of global warming. While politicians’ debate, companies have been delivering. Solar panels, wind turbines, electric cars, charging stations, storage batteries, hydrogen fuel cells, smart homes, and even smart electric grids.
2020 saw some of the greatest investment gains of all time and particularly in this sector. From companies like Tesla to Sunrun, the gains have been stunning. And companies like Zoom have benefited from the (unexpectedly quick admittedly) move to substitute video for travel. The sector also offers some of the best opportunities for low-risk income in the form of solar and wind energy farms.
After the action of 2020, caution is required, but opportunities abound, and this sector will be a big beneficiary of investor capital and government largesse in the coming years.
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