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Jack Welch knows how to win. During his forty-year career at General Electric, he led the company to year-after-year success around the globe, in multiple markets, against brutal competition. His honest, be-the-best style of management became the gold standard in business, with his relentless focus on people, teamwork, and profits. Welch has written a philosophical and pragmatic book that is destined to become the bible of business for generations to come.
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This in-depth research report analyzes the key structural trends shaping the renewable energy industry s future and highlights Roger Conrad s best investment ideas (and stocks to avoid!) in generation, storage, transmission and equipment. Here are some of the topics covered in this report: Why incumbency beats financial innovation when it comes to renewable energy; Which utilities stand to profit the most from investment opportunities in clean energy; Which overhyped solar-power company has a business model that takes a page from subprime lending and loses more money with each incremental sale; The highest-percentage investment bets on energy storage, the holy grail for widespread implementation of wind and solar power; The forces driving consolidation in the electric transmission industry; and Why companies that produce solar- and wind-power components are terrible long-term holdings.