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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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It's Official: The Battle Over the Keystone XL Pipeline Is Over

It's time for the environmentalists to pop open the champagne.

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Why Shares of Clean Energy Fuels Plunged 28% in May

A disappointing first-quarter earnings report drove investors to steer clear of this natural gas supplier.

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The Boring Company Begins Operations at Las Vegas Loop

In Sin City, Tesla vehicles have begun shuttling passengers around underground.

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Why Shares of ReneSola Sank 15% in May

The days may have been growing longer last month, but the clouds still loomed over investors' feelings for this solar stock.

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Why Shares of Tecnoglass Skyrocketed 84% in May

Beating analysts' earnings estimates and setting company records has a funny way of inspiring investors to click the buy button.

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Why Shares of Ballard Power Systems Took a 21% Nosedive in May

Investors were anything but charged up about this fuel cell specialist last month.

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Why Shares of Yamana Gold Popped 14% in May

After turning a cold shoulder to the stock in the winter, investors are warming up to this gold producer.

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Bill Gates and Warren Buffett to Go Nuclear in Wyoming

This power couple is looking to advance innovative power solutions.

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3 Dividend Stocks to Stabilize Your Portfolio Amid the Crypto Crash

There's nothing puzzling about the value of dividend stocks in a portfolio that contains crypto.

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New to Investing? 3 Beginner Mistakes to Avoid

There are plenty of things you'll learn through your experiences as an investor, but these are ones to learn as soon as possible.

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Where Will Lucid Motors Be in 5 Years?

Management is enthusiastic about the open road that's ahead.

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3 Great Stocks You Can Buy and Hold Forever

Grab a hold of these stocks and never let go.

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A Stock Market Crash May Be Coming: 3 Resilient Stocks to Buy Now

No need to hit the gym. These stocks are strong enough to help you handle a vicious market downturn.

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Plug Power: Buy The Dip?

The fuel cell technology stalwart's stock soared over the past year, but has lost the largest fraction of those gains since early 2021.

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Plug Power Finalizes Reissued Financial Statements, Files 2020 Annual Report

The company's previous performance seems less electric, but management insists the future remains bright.

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Plug Power Provides Business Update, Forecasts Record First-Quarter Performance

These fuel cell investors need just a little patience before learning how the company fared in the first quarter, but management is hinting at an electrifying performance.

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Why Shares of Acuity Brands Jumped 12% in April

A strong second-quarter earnings report, as well as enthusiasm from Wall Street, lit up investors' excitement last month.

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Why Shares of Chart Industries Climbed 13% in April

April showers couldn't dampen shareholders' spirits after the company reported strong first quarter earnings.

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Why Shares of FuelCell Energy Plunged 33% in April

Pessimism plagued this already beaten-down fuel cell stock last month.

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Why Plug Power's Stock Sank More Than 20% in April

April showers may have helped the flowers bloom in May, but they seem to have also doused investor enthusiasm for this fuel cell specialist last month.