Energy Trends for 2014 Will Surprise You

Energy Trends for 2014 Will Surprise You

In this segment from today's edition of Digging for Value, energy analysts Joel South and Taylor Muckerman discuss emerging trends in the resource world. Including a look into the tremendous growth in the solar industry in 2013, with residential solar generation growing by 60% and utility capacity spiking by 58% year over year. Tune in to get caught up on energy policy and emerging trends in the shale extraction and liquefied natural gas market.

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