These three growth stocks were a mixed bag in 2019, but this investor expects great things from the bunch in 2020.
News & Analysis: Clean Energy Fuels
It seems few supporters of low- and zero-carbon technologies are happy with the tax-credit extensions proposed by Congress. What about investors?
The company could get a huge check from the IRS in 2020 if Congress extends some expired tax credits.
CLNE earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2019.
These Motley Fool contributors think these oil stocks are the best of a downtrodden bunch.
The provider of alternative fuel for transportation reported double-digit growth and positive cash flow.
CLNE earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.
The provider of natural gas for transportation reported solid second-quarter results, but the market continues to have an unfavorable view of the company.
The fossil fuel sector includes some high-quality bargains right now, if you know where to look.
These businesses are turning wasteful consumption into long-term value for shareholders and the planet.