The Week in Cleantech: Feb. 5 to Feb. 9

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The Week in Cleantech is a weekly roundup of our favorite cleantech and alt energy blog posts and stories from across the web. If you know of a good piece that you think should be included here, don’t hesitate to let us know! This week, we particularly liked… On Monday, Tim Hussar at Finding Cents in the Market broke into biodiesel for us. Stocks discussed are: Nova Biosource Fuels [OTC BB:NVBF.OB] and NewGen Technologies [OTC BB:NWGN.OB]. Thanks to SeekingAlpha for this one. On Tuesday, Bret Arends at told us how Cheney’s fund manager wasn’t too happy with the Bush Administration’s energy policy. On Tuesday, Robert Aronen at The Motley Fool discussed the corn conundrum. Corn-based ethanol investors beware! On Thursday, Thomas Ko made a good bet against Energy Conversion Devices [NASDAQ:ENER]. On Thursday, Dallas Kachan at Inside Greentech informed us that certain cleantech industries felt slighted by the new U.S. budget. On Thursday, Eli Hoffmann at SeekingAlpha gave us the heads up on imminent carbon emissions trading-based ETFs. On Thursday, Seth Jayson at The Motley Fool implied that cleantech investors would rather be right than rich. Stocks discussed are: Altair Nanotech [NASDAQ:ALTI], Capstone Turbine [NASDAQ: CPST], FuelCell Energy [NASDAQ: FCEL] and Hoku Scientific [NASDAQ: HOKU]


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