Your Own Personal Biden Profit Blueprint
A climate-friendly president is heading to Washington, and it’s hard not to be bullish on clean energy.
In fact, Biden’s original plan for a clean energy revolution sought to reach net-zero emissions no later than 2050.
Realistic? Well, that’s a debate we’ll save for later.
We’re talking about an incoming commander in chief who has openly called climate change an existential threat to us all. Statistically speaking, there are 73,886,465 people out there who voted the other way and might scoff at such a remark.
Yet whether or not Biden was simply paying lip service to keep certain voters content doesn’t matter.
The dirty little secret is that this transition is not only well underway but will inevitably accelerate during a Biden administration.
And the sooner you realize this, the easier it’ll be to prepare your portfolio.
Profits Blowing in the Wind
Are you sleeping on wind energy?
If you had to think for any length of time on your answer, it’s safe to say you might’ve missed a few signs.
Fortunately, it’s not too late.
Ask yourself, “What are the fastest-growing jobs over the next 10 years?”
When I asked a few of you that question this week, the answers I received were mostly within the medical sector. Doctors, therapists, health professionals of all types. That makes sense given the nature of this COVID-19 lifestyle.
This is true in some respects.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nurse practitioner was rated the second-fastest-growing occupation between 2019 and 2029.
Which profession was on top?
Well, that just happens to be wind turbine technicians.
Don’t adjust your glasses, you read that correctly.
Yet it makes sense.
It’s impossible for us to deny the strides that renewable energy has made over the last 10 years. Renewables account for more than one-quarter of the United States’ electrical generation right now.
We also know that both wind and solar are the two fastest-growing sources of electricity generation in 2020.
Make no mistake, dear reader, the wind industry is going to flourish under President Biden.
Let’s also not forget that in 2019, wind power only made up about 7% of U.S. electrical generation, providing massive room for growth in the years ahead.
And nowhere else will wind power be more profitable than Texas.
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Your Biden Profit Blueprint: Deep in the Heart of Texas
“Texas? Really?” you ask.
One of our worst-kept secrets is that Texas is a powerhouse in energy production.
But I’m talking about more than the 4.4 million barrels of crude oil being pumped out of the ground on a daily basis in the Permian Basin.
There’s a reason why they say everything is bigger in Texas.
Last year, more than $53 billion flowed into wind projects in the Lone Star State.
With roughly 31,000 megawatts (MW) of installed wind capacity, Texas ranked first in the United States:
With that in mind, consider the fact that there are another 5,324 MW of wind capacity under construction right now and another 1,050 MW in development.
If Texas suddenly broke away from the U.S., it would immediately be one of the five largest wind-power producers on the planet.
That’s what happens when you have 15,359 wind turbines sopping up as much energy as possible — easily more turbines than any other state.
Look, I know how easy it is to look for the household names and expect those stocks to make a windfall (pun intended) during the next four years under President Biden.
They will, and they have.
It's true that companies like Vestas Wind Systems boast a market cap around $37 billion and will be in a strong position to rake in cash hand over fist as wind power continues to build momentum. However, it would be a disservice to not take advantage of the hidden gems inside Texas’ dominance over the U.S. wind sector.
And we're going to dive into those opportunities next week.
Until next time,
A true insider in the energy markets, Keith is one of few financial reporters to have visited the Alberta oil sands. His research has helped thousands of investors capitalize from the rapidly changing face of energy. Keith connects with hundreds of thousands of readers as the Managing Editor of Energy & Capital as well as Investment Director of Angel Publishing's Energy Investor. For years, Keith has been providing in-depth coverage of the Bakken, the Haynesville Shale, and the Marcellus natural gas formations — all ahead of the mainstream media. For more on Keith, go to his editor's page.
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