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How to Invest in the Wind Industry: Report Released

Submitted by: SustainableBusiness.com

Categories: Business Ethics

Posted: Nov 13, 2002 – 11:00 PM EST

 

Nov. 13 /CSRwire/ - NEW YORK, New York - Progressive Investor announces the release of the report, "How To Invest In The Booming Wind Industry."

The wind industry is growing in leaps and bounds, a very exciting development for environmental investors. Wind is the world's fastest growing energy source, growing at about 35% annually for the past 5 years and expected to grow 22-30% annually for the next five years.

Environmental investors are anxious to participate in this growth. One of the most frequent questions we receive is, "I want to invest in wind - Which companies are good investments?"

This report looks at what's driving the industry forward and holding it back, what to expect going forward, who the main players are and how people might invest in them.

Even though the wind industry is growing significantly, our research shows it's not as straight forward an investment as it may seem from the surface. Is the wind industry a good place to park your money? And if so, do you invest in the turbine manufacturers or the wind farm developers? Which ones?

Jack Robinson, Managing Director of Winslow Management says, "I think there's good reason to be interested in wind - you can invest in companies that are profitable today and have the opportunity to grow profits at a rate equal to the industry growth at 25%.

Not everyone agrees with this rosy outlook. Terry Foecke, principal of Materials Productivity counters, "When you run it by traditional investment advisors, wind looks like a terrible bet. You have all the earmarks of things they avoid: dependence on government subsidies and high valuations.

The Progressive Investor is a monthly financial newsletter available by subscription. Each issue draws on a group of world-class sustainable investment analysts for their insights and opinions on viable investments in the "green" business sector.

Contributing analysts and advisors for this Report:
Jack Robinson, Managing Director, Winslow Management;
Ken Scott, Portfolio Manager & Social Research Analyst, Walden Asset Management
Carsten Henningsen, Co-Founder & Principal, Portfolio 21 mutual fund.
Terry Foeke, Principal, Materials Productivity, Inc
Cary Wasden, Principal, Reed Wasden Research

The Editor is Rona Fried, Ph.D., CEO of SustainableBusiness.com

This report can be purchased individually or as part of a subscription to Progressive Investor.
For more information: http://www.sustainablebusiness.com/progressiveinvestor/index.cfm

For more information, please contact:

Rona Fried, Ph.D. The Progressive Investor
Phone: (631) 423-3277

 

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