Green energy’s deadly doldrums

By Richard Blackwell, Globe and Mail
In late 2007 and early 2008, the global renewable energy sector seemed on the cusp of a golden age, as investors pushed the price of big, multinational players in the green-tech space to record highs. Four years later most of those large companies – mainly solar cell makers and wind turbine manufacturers – are trading at a fraction of their peak levels. A perfect storm of bad news has sent even the most solid stocks into the doldrums, and there seems to be little prospect they’ll soon recover their earlier heights.  Read article

2 thoughts on “Green energy’s deadly doldrums

  1. At last The Globe And Mail is waking up to the news that other financial publications have been publishing for quite some time.

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