That’s how much the world needs to invest every year to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
That’s a dream come true for investors in clean energy stocks.
And with governments making a unified push for net-zero, that dream is looking like a reality.
Just last week, President Joe Biden signed an executive order to boost the U.S. clean energy economy.
The order sets a goal of 100% carbon pollution-free electricity by 2030.
And it’s not just the U.S. that’s asserting net-zero pledges.
Over 130 countries have pledged to be net-zero by 2050.
Together, these countries will create huge demand for clean energy companies worldwide.
Solar Is the Biggest Winner
The next catalyst for clean energy is the Build Back Better bill.
The bill carves out $555 billion to build the clean energy economy.
The White House is pushing to have this bill become law before the new year.
Solar is the biggest winner from the legislation.
The bill will cut the cost of residential rooftop solar by around 30%. This would shorten the eight- to 12-year payback period by three to four years.
This will create HUGE demand for residential solar and battery systems.
And it’s not just consumer demand that will be robust. Utility companies will also be buying a boatload of solar panels and batteries in the coming years.
Global installed solar capacity should grow nearly fivefold by 2035.
Installed battery storage capacity should grow even faster. It could climb 30X during the same time frame.
It’s a Great Time to Invest in Clean Energy Stocks
Ian King and I saw the solar and battery boom coming.
So, we recommended Generac Holdings Inc. (NYSE: GNRC) to Strategic Fortunes subscribers back in December 2019.
Those that followed were able to lock in a 301% gain in less than two years.
But there’s a solar stock in the Strategic Fortunes portfolio that’s up big.
And we believe it still has plenty of room to grow.
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Fluor Corp. (NYSE: FLR) is an engineering and construction company that is up 5% this morning. The move came after the announcement that NuScale Power, a developer of a new modular nuclear reactors and a subsidiary of Fluor, was going public via a SPAC deal worth 1.9 billion.