The Latest Renewable - Solar Articles from Streetwise Reports First Tellurium Corp. says it is launching a new drilling program and induced polarization (IP) geophysical survey at its Deer Horn property in British Columbia. Find out why this stock could advance, according to one analyst. First Tellurium Corp. announced its property-wide mapping and sampling program at its Deer Horn property in British Columbia has provided targets for the company's mid-September drill campaign. Canadian solar venture Three Sixty Solar Ltd. is rapidly accruing success. It announced its first tower installation deal on July 25. Now it seems a second deal is just around the corner. For this green tech company looking to save space on solar power installations, the agreement is proof that its technology is commercially legitimate. This company exploring for an ultra-rare element important to solar technology is watching as tensions escalate over exports of critical metals from China.
Technical analyst Clive Maund takes a looks the 6-month and 1-year charts for Three Sixty Solar to tell you why he believes now is a great time to buy. A Vancouver company's solar towers rise vertically instead of covering acres of ground horizontally, leaving up to 80% to 90% more room for other economic or preservation purposes.
The Canadian company wants to evolve into an independent power producer for big corporations while retaining ownership of select projects, noted a Canaccord Genuity report.
With massive upside volume over the past month, technical analyst Clive Maund believes Three Sixty Solar is one to add to your list. Read more to see his analysis of its 3-month, 9-month, and 1-year charts.
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