The Buz on CleanTech Stocks 12.18.16

Buz Investors Buz on CleanTech Stocks While there is no single accepted definition, the phrase spans technologies that cut emissions, improve the environment, and reduce the consumption of natural resources.

Buz Investors  Buz on CleanTech Stocks While there is no single accepted definition, the phrase spans technologies that cut emissions, improve the environment, and reduce the consumption of natural resources.

The development of clean technology is touted as one of the most effective ways to tackle climate change and other environmental issues.

And it is already a multibillion-dollar business. According to figures from consultancy firm Frost & Sullivan presented at the Global Cleantech Summit in Helsinki this week, the market for clean technology was worth $601bn in 2014. By 2020, the firm predicts this will expand to $1.3tn.

With the world likely to sign an emissions-cutting deal in Paris in December this year, and large economies such as India and China eager for ways to clean up their air pollution, rivers and land, it is easy to paint the future of the clean technology in a rosy light.

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Thompson on the impact of Talga’s graphite and graphene results on their lithium-ion battery program

  • Buz Investors Talga’s graphite and graphene results Mark Thompson, Managing Director of Talga Resources Ltd. (ASX: TLG), in an interview with InvestorIntel Corp. CEO Tracy Weslosky discuss Talga’s “ultimate goal of becoming a global scale producer of graphite and graphene” and how their recently announced positive results will boost Talga’s lithium ion battery program.
  • They also explore how Talga is targeting the $11 billion plus corrosion protection sector, and the numerous competitive advantages therein. With an update on the Phase 2 graphene pilot test plant and the high quality graphene output that has been confirmed,
  • Tracy asks Mark for his insight on the overall global graphite and graphene market and how the electric vehicle market will drive demand.
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  • Bux Investors Cleantech As the world’s richest man and a generally all-around-swell-guy, everybody expects Bill Gates to do the right thing for solar power and cleantech. Little did they know he would go above and beyond by starting a clean energy fund with $1.0 billion in funding.

  • That’s right, $1.0 billion. Gates rallied two dozen business magnates to build Breakthrough Energy Ventures (BEV), an investment company dedicated to cleantech startups.
  • There are a lot of illustrious names attached to the project, from Alibaba Group Holding Ltd(NYSE:BABA) CEO Jack Ma, Inc.’s (NASDAQ:AMZN) CEO Jeff Bezos.

Galaxy begins 24 hour lithium production from Mt Cattlin

The Buz on CleanTech Stocks

  • Buz Investors 24 hour lithium production  Galaxy’s lithium carbonate plant in Jiangsu was the first lithium carbonate plant I ever visited starting out on my own. This was back in 2010 and  the clean tech world looked quite different; For starters the lithium story was fairly new, there were more than 45 lithium junior hopefuls, “Tesla” was not a household name and the term “Gigafactory” was a vague, far off concept-
  • in fact, I’m not sure whether the phrase had even been coined. The Galaxy Jiangsu plant, which you can see in the photo, was mostly dust with the beginnings of a construction site and was at least eight months away from looking even remotely like a processing plant. (And still I drove excitedly for almost 3.5 hours on a slow Chinese bus to see it!)
  • Just three years later in 2013, Galaxy had fallen into the usual junior trap of being over-leveraged and unfocused. Consequently, the business lost market and shareholder support. Like so many junior mining companies, it was thought that Galaxy would disappear. By December 2013, Galaxy’s share price had tumbled to around $0.038 from around $0.42 a year earlier.

Reed on Neometals’ deal with the “largest most diverse lithium producer in China

The Buz on CleanTech Stocks

  • Buz Investors Reed on Neometals’ deal Chris Reed, CEO & Managing Director of Neometals Ltd. (ASX: NMT), in an interview with InvestorIntel CEO Tracy Weslosky discuss the recent MOU with Mineral Resources, the recent shareholder update, and the significance of the deal with Ganfeng –
  • “the largest most diverse lithium producer in China”. Starting with their progress on the development of a downstream lithium chemical plant that would produce battery quality lithium hydroxide
  • product suitable for direct sales to the lithium-ion battery industry, Chris explains Neometals’ recent milestones and what interested investors may anticipate in the New Year for the company.


  • Buz Investors What’s Elon Musk Doing and SolarCity Corp (NASDAQ:SCTY) are looking to expand in Central Florida following the presidential election-day defeat of a state amendment that critics feared would have stifled solar energy expansion in the state.
  • The amendment would have limited the ability to allow solar companies to gain a foothold in the Sunshine State, detractors argued. Backers of the amendment however,
  • said that the electric utilities-backed initiative would target “unfair subsidies” for the solar power industry. (Source: “Elon Musk’s Solar City expanding in Clermont,”Orlando Sentinel, December 1, 2016.)
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Richard Dambrosi (JADTECNIC) Has Been Sharing FOREX INVESTORS ANALYSIS FORECAST since 2011. Editors and Founder of, has a passion for Forex Social Sharing analysis and Market Trends Such as Self Driving Cars, Electric Cars, Medical Marijuana, 3d printing and Cloud computing, Refers to Readers as BUZ INVESTORS.

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