Investing in “green” companies has become popular as people have become more aware of environmental issues such as peak oil and global warming. But just as investing in “dot coms” during the 90s was the trend of the times, “green” is also a trend and should not be taken as an indicator of guaranteed profits.
In fact, investing in “green” companies can be quite risky due to undercapitalization and lack of operating history due to their start-up status. But you can reduce the risk by investing in established companies that are strategically adding green methods and systems to their existing business models. Here are a few industries to consider.
Existing energy companies across the globe are researching …