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Scott Levine

Scott Levine


A member of The Motley Fool since 2006, Scott began contributing content in 2013. His focus includes renewable energy, gold, and water utilities. Follow him on Twitter. . .

Recent articles

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Here's Why Bloom Energy, FuelCell Energy, and Plug Power Rocketed Up as Much as 86% in January

These fuel cell businesses gave investors fresh reasons to bid their shares higher, even after major rallies in 2020.

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Why Shares of First Majestic Silver Soared 35% Higher in January

This silver producer shimmered brightly in investors' eyes last month.

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Amazon Clicks Buy, Orders Over 1,000 Natural Gas Trucks for Its Fleet

The Everything Store just took another step toward its 2040 goal of achieving carbon neutrality across its businesses.

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Why Shares of TPI Composites Jumped 14% in January

With the wind in its sails, this wind blade manufacturer benefited from a bullish beginning to 2021.

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Forget Blink Charging Stock, Here's a Better Way to Invest in Electric Vehicles

Power your portfolio with a conservative approach to EVs.

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Why Plug Power's Stock Is So Expensive

It doesn't stem from Reddit, but this stock has soared into the stratosphere recently.

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4 Things You Didn't Know About Canoo

No, it's not a boat; it's one of the latest EV companies to go public recently. And investors are plenty charged up about it.

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One Renewable Energy Stock to Buy and One to Avoid

Of these two green energy options, it's the lesser-known name that can electrify investors' returns.

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Why Shares of Brookfield Renewable Soared 74% in 2020

Investors were charged up about this renewable energy leader in 2020.

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Why Shares of Niu Technologies Raced 229% Higher in 2020

This e-scooter stock scooted significantly higher last year.

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Why FuelCell Energy Powered 345% Higher in 2020

Shares of the fuel cell stock were supercharged last year.

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Why Shares of SolarEdge Technologies Rose 15% in December

The days may have gotten shorter, but this solar stock stayed bright in investors' eyes.

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Why Shares of Bloom Energy Bounced 17% Higher in December

This fuel cell specialist ended the year on a high note.

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Why Shares of Plug Power Jumped 29% in December

Investors' hunger for this hydrogen stock remained strong in the last month of 2020.

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Plug Power Stock Has Surged 1,000% so Far in 2020, Is It a Buy for 2021?

This stock was supercharged last year, but should investors expect a repeat performance?

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2 Stocks I'd Avoid at All Costs

I'm searching for new holdings in 2021, but these won't make the cut anytime soon.

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5 Things You Didn't Know About QuantumScape

Familiar with the fact that shares have soared more than 420% over the past few weeks? Well, the time has come to get to know this EV superstar a little better.

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Nikola Hits the Brakes on Deal With Republic Services

A promising collaboration has come to the end of the road.

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Why Shares of Li Auto Jumped 78% in November

Investors were charged up about this EV manufacturer last month.


Why Shares of Barrick Gold Plunged 13% in November

With the market turning away from the yellow stuff, it's little surprise this gold mining company's stock suffered.