2013 brought more than a few solar energy company closures, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Articles Tagged "solar power"
Cobalt – Hot on silver's heels, cobalt recently gained a foothold in the solar power industry.
Lithium – Reliable and dynamic energy storage systems are key to making renewable sources of energy viable and to opening up new markets for lithium-based battery systems.
Tellurium – As the solar producers slow production, tellurium producers are feeling the crunch.
The Commodity Investor gives an overview of the Rio+20 conference and weighs in on investing in wind and solar power.
Cobalt – As eco-friendliness becomes more mainstream, interest in green investing is also growing, and cobalt may be the ideal entry or expansion point for investors looking to make a move in that direction.
Silver – The drive for silver is split between its role as an industrial metal and as a hedge against inflation has never been more evident as it is today.
Vanadium – Solar Panel Installation Store wrote on the potential for vanadium to be a key component in green energy solutions.
Vanadium – In the second installment of this two-part series, we will focus on solar power, energy storage and battery technologies. President Barack Obama’s challenge during the State of the Union address was to generate 80 percent of the electricity from renewable sources by the year 2035.
Moly – As the use of molybdenum becomes diversified because of its use in solar panels, the price correlation between Silver and Moly is closing. The diversification of the uses for moly is beneficial as the price is not dependent solely on steel consumption.