• Ernie Diaz

Green Energy, Green Paper

If there's a visionary investor today with his heart in the right place, it's Chamath Palihapitiya. And as we've said he's said - "The world's first trillionaire will probably be in clean energy."

We're only keeping track to the extent that while Elon leads the race of clean energy billionaires, the four behind him are all Chinese. They all have stakes in Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., the world leader in supplying electric car batteries. 

Sorry, Pompeo, but the Green Revolution is multilateral, and interdependent.

Both newly-minted clean energy tycoons and their provenance underscore what we reported last week - a new age of clean energy dawns, and the opportunities are global.

"Whether it's wind turbines or electric vehicles, advances in energy storage and grids are creating a slew of new business to be done," says Jimmie Jeremejev. "There will be volatility in the sector, and maybe a bubble forming. But for long-term investors, the industry is extremely compelling."

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