Alternative and clean energy exchange traded funds (ETFs) are on the move this morning after China announced that one of its top five power producers announced a group of solar energy projects worth 500 megawatts of power generation capacity. Here are more stories on the subject that may interest you:
- Alternative Energy ETFs: Not So ‘Alternative’ Anymore
- Coal vs. Natural Gas: Which ETFs Will Win the Fight
- Wind ETFs: Can They Still Win Despite Pickens’ Delay?
- How Nuclear ETFs Can Benefit In the Climate Change Battle
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