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Greentech stocks rebound, but only partially

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Greentech stocks, across clean power, biofuels, smart grid, batteries and electric vehicles, took it on the chin in the market sell-off yesterday — the first day of trading after the Standard & Poor downgraded the credit ratings of credit agencies. Well, the entire market did. But the market is rebounding slightly on Tuesday, and greentech stocks got bumped up a bit along with the rest of ’em.

A few of the stocks I covered yesterday are still down — like EnerNOC (s ENOC), but that’s due to company-specific issues. Most are slightly up, though many didn’t return to the trading levels pre-market sell-off. Here’s a run down on where the stocks I covered yesterday are at this morning:



Electric car and batteries

Smart grid


  • Car sharing company Zipcar (s zip) is up 2.75 percent. It hasn’t fully recovered from yesterday.
  • Clean Energy Fuels (s clne), which makes natural gas infrastructure for gas-powered cars, is still down by 5.80 percent.

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