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Vestas Wind Systems A/S (VWSYF)

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    Motley Fool

    These 3 Renewable Energy Stocks Are Too Cheap to Ignore

    The renewable energy industry has been hot over the past year as more favorable policies have begun taking shape in Washington, D.C., and even the most old-school energy companies are making efforts to transition more of their power generation to renewable sources. As a result, good values among stocks in that arena can be hard to find, but three of our Foolish contributors see First Solar (NASDAQ: FSLR), Proterra (NASDAQ: PTRA), and Vestas Wind Systems (OTC: VWDRY) as great opportunities for investors looking for bargains in the renewables space. Travis Hoium (First Solar): Cheap is always a relative term, but in the case of solar manufacturing and equipment, I don't see any stock cheaper than First Solar.

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  • End of wind power waste? Vestas unveils blade recycling technology
    Reuters

    End of wind power waste? Vestas unveils blade recycling technology

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