The Trump Administration Just Handed Down a Landmark Solar Approval

by | published May 23rd, 2018

Everyone’s favorite on-again, off-again desert solar farm just passed through a major milestone.

This morning, The Interior Department approved the iconic Palen solar farm, proposed for almost 4,000 acres of Riverside County near Joshua Tree National Park, which has been on bureaucratic life support for years.

The 500-megawatt (MW) project, which has been in the works since 2009, will be among the largest solar projects in the country with the potential to power about 130,000 homes.

More importantly, it is the first big solar project on public land to get the go-ahead from Trump’s Interior Department.

The Chinese Energy Card

by | published May 22nd, 2018

As we speak, there is a massive opportunity unfolding in the energy sector.

It involves a move made by the Trump Administration in a contentious trade hassle with China.

For months, Washington has been seeking to level the playing field, arguing that China has unfairly benefitted from central government support in exporting to the U.S. while preventing American companies from competing in the Chinese domestic market.

In response, Trump introduced heavy import tariffs on aluminum and steel, but the impact was removed from most European and U.S. allies.

That put the sights squarely on Beijing.

The impact quickly morphed into over $150 billion of Chinese goods in a wide variety of product categories.

A full-blown trade war seemed on the horizon.

Then, over the weekend, the tension suddenly stopped when a truce was announced.

And I’m here to show you how this complex trade truce is going to funnel billions of wealth into the energy sector.

Better yet, I’m going to show you exactly how to profit from it