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Investing in Next-Generation Solar Technologies

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted November 12, 2020

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If you’re a regular reader of these pages, such a thing shouldn’t surprise you.

While we’ve been more than happy to help you profit from a wide variety of oil, gas, and coal stocks over the years, we’ve also warned you that this was coming.

In fact, as far back as 2006, I was predicting a renewable energy growth trajectory that would make wind and solar the largest sources of electricity by 2050.

Clearly, my call was far too conservative, but I’m completely fine with that as this just gives us more opportunities to make a boatload of cash in the renewable energy space.

The Sweet Spot

I should preface what I’m about to write by noting that I’m not anti-natural gas or coal. I’m just pro-making money.  

And the fact is, from a long-term investment perspective, only a fool would ignore the rapid transition of our global energy economy from one that has long been heavily weighted in fossil fuels to one that will soon be heavily weighted in renewables.

Solar in particular, which has been quickly gaining market share over the past few years and, quite frankly, will offer you the most bang for your buck. 

You see, according to the IEA, as much as 165 gigawatts of solar could be added each year between 2023–2025, which would account for nearly 60% of the total renewable expansion over just the next few three–five years. 

This is huge!

And unless you hate money, you’d be wise to get some exposure to the solar space today. 

Next-Generation Solar Is Worth Billions

While there are a number of quality solar stocks to choose from, I’m actually focusing primarily on companies that are actively developing and deploying next-generation solar technologies.

I’m talking about the kinds of technological advances that are allowing for increased declines in production and installation costs, while increasing overall efficiencies.

To give you an example of what I’m talking about, take a look at this...


This right here is the next generation of solar power: a window sprayed with liquid solar.

That’s right. Liquid solar.

This particular company has actually developed a liquid that can be sprayed onto glass, plastics, and films. And once those surfaces are sprayed with this “liquid solar,” they can generate electricity.

It’s probably the most revolutionary thing I’ve ever seen in the solar market

Early lab results indicate that it can outperform conventional rooftop solar by 50-fold and easily and cheaply be applied to literally acres of glass windows and roof tiles.

And with this increase in efficiency, the payback on an “installation” can be realized in less than a year. Compare that with the payback on traditional solar, which can range anywhere from seven–15 years.

Imagine, for a moment, what this means for the owners of the 5.6 million buildings that consume nearly $150 billion in electricity every year. 

Especially huge commercial buildings and skyscrapers covered in thousands of glass windows.

If you’re looking for a game-changing technology in the world of solar, this is definitely it.

I actually think this technology is so important, I highlighted it in my latest solar investment note, which you can access here.

In it, you’ll see how this liquid solar spray technology works and, more importantly, how you can actually invest in it right now.

The bottom line is that the solar market is about to get a major shot of steroids, and the companies that can deliver high-efficiency solar products and low-cost installations are the ones that are going to take the lion’s share of this action.

This ain’t rocket science, folks.  

It’s just easy money.

And if you don’t believe me, just click here now to see the evidence for yourself.

To a new way of life and a new generation of wealth...

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Jeff is the founder and managing editor of Green Chip Stocks, a private investment community that capitalizes on opportunities in alternative energy, organic food markets, legal cannabis, and socially responsible investing. He has been a featured guest on Fox, CNBC, and Bloomberg Asia, and is the author of the best-selling book, Investing in Renewable Energy: Making Money on Green Chip Stocks. For more on Jeff, go to his editor's page.

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