Small Cap Strategist is published by Crystal Equity Research an independent research resource on small capitalization stocks. Follow along as we discuss the most recent trends in the small-cap sector, investigate interesting companies and pan a few not-so-promising stocks.
updating the roster of companies in the Beach Boys Index of bio-fuel and
chemical developers, we turned to the Electric Earth Index.Our planet Earth is a magnificent power house.Winds whip across the landscape and great
fires roar deep below our feet. Waters
are ever moving that send generators into an ‘electric’ frenzy.
updated Electric Earth Index has a couple of new members.Boralex
been added to the Wind Group.The France-based
power generator pulls 460 megawatts from wind turbines in Europe and
Canada.Along with its partner Gaz
Metro, Boralex is planning what will be the largest wind farm in Canada.Boralex derives another 200 megawatts of
power from a combination of hydroelectric, thermal and solar sources. Boralex has reported a net loss over the last
year, but managed to convert 25% of sales to operating cash flow.
photovoltaic technologies as well, the company has been added to the Solar Concentrating
Group.Amonix was acquired earlier this
year by Arzon Solar LLC for its proven utility-scale solar technologies.While Amonix and its parent Arzon is inaccessible
today for most investors, do not be surprised to see Arzon in the sights of a
larger solar equipment company.
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