Buying into green technology


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Rob Beattie

I expect green technology to keep progressing and the industry to
continue to prosper especially in light of diminshing oil & gas
supplies. For this reason I want to invest in shares of renewable
companies.
What would be the best way to do this though? I've done a bit of
reading and seen the likes of Jupiter Green being mentioned which I
assume is a unit trust and if that is the case then can I include this
in a stocks & shares isa or am i getting hold of the wrong end of the
stick here?
Basically I want to invest 1K and see what that ends up as in a
decades time but I want to do that as efficiently as possible, i.e.
min fees and tax.
 
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Miss L. Toe

Rob Beattie said:
I expect green technology to keep progressing and the industry to
continue to prosper especially in light of diminshing oil & gas
supplies. For this reason I want to invest in shares of renewable
companies.
What would be the best way to do this though? I've done a bit of
reading and seen the likes of Jupiter Green being mentioned which I
assume is a unit trust and if that is the case then can I include this
in a stocks & shares isa or am i getting hold of the wrong end of the
stick here?
Basically I want to invest 1K and see what that ends up as in a
decades time but I want to do that as efficiently as possible, i.e.
min fees and tax.
For 1k then an ISA (assuming you dont have any more to tuck away this tax
year is good) - but only if it doesnt charge any extra fees for managing
your ISA.


Also look at :
Merrill Lynch New Energy Technology plc

Or you could take the plunge and just pick one company - but that is a lot
more risky.
 
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mogga

I expect green technology to keep progressing and the industry to
continue to prosper especially in light of diminshing oil & gas
supplies. For this reason I want to invest in shares of renewable
companies.
What would be the best way to do this though? I've done a bit of
reading and seen the likes of Jupiter Green being mentioned which I
assume is a unit trust and if that is the case then can I include this
in a stocks & shares isa or am i getting hold of the wrong end of the
stick here?
Basically I want to invest 1K and see what that ends up as in a
decades time but I want to do that as efficiently as possible, i.e.
min fees and tax.
http://www.greenenergyinvestors.com
 
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Jonathan Bryce

Rob said:
I expect green technology to keep progressing and the industry to
continue to prosper especially in light of diminshing oil & gas
supplies. For this reason I want to invest in shares of renewable
companies.
What would be the best way to do this though? I've done a bit of
reading and seen the likes of Jupiter Green being mentioned which I
assume is a unit trust and if that is the case then can I include this
in a stocks & shares isa or am i getting hold of the wrong end of the
stick here?
It is a bit difficult because probably the major players in the future
renewable energy market don't exist yet.

Very possibly, it could be whichever oil companies and electricity
generating companies best manage to make the switch to renewables, plus a
few companies that don't exist at the moment and come up with some new
inventions which make renewables more commercially viable.
 

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