James Hyerczyk is a Florida-based technical analyst, market researcher, educator and trader. James began his career in Chicago in 1982 as a futures market analyst for floor traders at the Chicago Board of Trade, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and numerous brokerage firms. He has been providing quality analysis for professional traders for 40 years.
Copper has skyrocketed 79% from February 2020 to February 2022… and many experts believe this is only the beginning of a massive bull run for this shiny metal.
Turns out, copper is a desperately needed mineral to power the green revolution of clean emission-free energy.
And Joe Biden has just given copper and its investors a huge boost.
That’s because The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021 is like a shopping list of copper-based projects backed by a $226 billion government gift card.
Biden has NO CHOICE but to throw hundreds of billions behind copper if he has any hope of delivering on the promise for a clean energy future.
You see, the simple fact is…
Now, you may have heard that lithium is the secret ingredient to powering the green revolution. That may be true, but…
While many green gurus and EV big shots like Elon Musk have zeroed in on the need for more lithium to make the batteries needed to power the clean energy EV, one overlooked “green” commodity is quietly soaring.
And that’s copper. For all the talk of lithium, the simple truth is…
The transfer to electric vehicles will not be possible without tons of new sources of copper.
That’s because large amounts of copper are needed to build just one EV.
You see, in one conventional gas-powered car, 18 to 49 pounds of copper are needed to build that one car depending on engine size.
But in just one EV a whopping 183 pounds of copper is needed to build one electric engine! That’s 4 to 10 times MORE copper.
With the soaring demand for EVs rising in the next decade, copper demand is also expected to explode.
EVs are expected to increase 14X by 2030 from the 1.8 million EVs on the road in 2010 to over 25 million EVs by 2030. That’s over 23 million new EVs in operation.[5a]
President Biden is helping out by ordering the entire federal fleet of vehicles (645,000 vehicles) to transition to EVs by 2035.
More and more car manufacturers, including GM and Volkswagen, Lexus and Mercedes-Benz are pledging to sell only EVs by 2035. Even oil and gas giant, British Petroleum, predicts 100 million EVs on the world’s roads by 2035.
If that prediction holds up, that’s 8.1 million metric tons of new copper needed just to keep up with the unstoppable EV revolution. The demand is so strong even the New York Times is asking…
And the truthful answer is, not long… IF new sources of copper can be found.
But it’s not just EVs that require large amounts of copper. Electric transit buses too, known as a Zero Emission Bus (ZEB). These will need huge new sources of copper. And demand for ZEBs is skyrocketing too.
Right now in the U.S. alone, approximately 1,300 public ZEBs are cruising the streets. And that’s just 2% of public transit buses.
Now, the U.S. government is calling for all buses to be electric by 2035, including school buses. That’s 63,700 new ZEBs.
But just one electric bus engine requires a whopping 814 pounds of copper. That’s over 23.5 thousand metric tons of new copper – just for electric buses!
That’s why you should look into this exciting copper company I’m eager to share with you today. It’s called Alpha Copper (ALCUF) and it looks forward to aggressively exploring for copper in an area already known for its rich copper deposits.
And while this soaring demand for EVs could be enough to potentially catapult copper prices into big double-and triple-digit increases*, what most investors don’t know is…
Unlike lithium, which focuses mainly on clean batteries, copper’s importance to the green revolution goes way beyond building EV engines. In fact, copper plays an integral part in…
Protecting the Electric Grid to Secure the Nation
Nothing is more essential to American life than the electricity we use delivered through our nationwide electric grid. Electric power is distributed from power plants through a complicated network of more than 600,000 circuit miles of transmission lines right into your home.
Copper is needed in virtually all stages of electric infrastructure – generation, transportation, distribution and consumption.
But the FBI warns that cyberattacks are becoming the primary threat facing the US’s electric grid.[17b] According to a recent Senate report released in 2021, the US electric grid is “vulnerable” to catastrophic blackouts launched by Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea. The effect on hospitals, police, first responders, banks, gas stations, military bases and families could be… and I quote – “disastrous.”
This is not science fiction. Such cyberattacks have already happened.
In 2015, Russia launched a cyberattack against Ukraine shutting off power to 225,000 people for hours. Russia attacked Ukraine again in 2016 resulting in more blackouts. Russian hackers attacked Saudi Arabia in 2017 shutting off the safety systems used to prevent explosions at a petrochemical plant. And look what is happening today with the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Intelligence sources believe these are test runs for a large-scale attack against America.
“The United States faces a well-documented and increasing cyber threat from malicious actors seeking to disrupt the electricity Americans rely on to power our homes and businesses,”
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said.
This threat to our electric grid is one of the reasons the Biden Administration is committed to upgrading the U.S.’s power infrastructure. Their plan is to build thousands of miles of new, resilient transmission lines to not only deliver reliable cleaner energy at a lower cost, but to help protect the grid from potential vicious cyber attacks.
The U.S. electric power industry already invests more than $100 billion a year in smarter, energy infrastructure to upgrade and secure our grid.
And copper remains a key material component of the traditional grid. That’s because copper has superior conductivity, durability and reliability that increases energy efficiency and security. Plus, unlike other metals, copper doesn’t rust.
Copper is also the ideal metal for moving power lines underground – again for its high conductivity, strength and resistance to corrosion. This means lower maintenance costs, longer life, and protection from the weather.
And that’s another vital reason why you should put Alpha Copper (ALCUF) on your investing radar screens today.*
And not only is copper key to protecting our national grid, it’s also a key element in the world’s transition to renewable clean energy, such as…
Solar and Wind
While the nation’s power is connected through 600,000 circuit miles of transmission lines – all needing copper – small local solar and wind systems are increasing around the nation to bring electricity to universities, hospitals and the military… just to name a few. These are known as “microgrids” and they can disconnect from the national grid and operate independently.
This flexibility can reduce the risk of widespread power outages in the event of an attack or natural disaster.
This transition to local renewable energy will make our electric supply more powerful, safer and efficient. New sources of copper MUST be found for the green revolution to continue.
Let’s do the renewable math. For instance…
The International Energy Agency (IEA) reports that the world added 290 gigawatts in renewable electricity in 2021. That’s about 1.5 million tons of copper used to increase solar and wind electrical output last year alone.
And according to the IEA’s 2021 Renewable Energy Report, global renewable electricity is expected to increase 60% from current levels by 2026.
If these renewable energy predictions hold up, vast new resources of copper must be found to keep up with the world’s unstoppable transition to renewable clean energy.
Fortunately, copper continues to be the answer when it comes to powering both traditional grid energy systems and renewables, such as wind, solar and electric vehicles.
Make no mistake…
Without fresh new supplies of copper, the green revolution may come to a shocking end… or green energy will become enormously expensive and available only to the rich elites.
President Biden is spending hundreds of billions of dollars to fund the green revolution. That’s exactly what he did in his massive $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill.
So if you’re looking for a locked-in trend backed by the enormous spending power of the U.S. government, you couldn’t do better than the “backdoor” copper mining stock, Alpha Copper (ALCUF), I’m about to introduce.
My name is James Hyerczyk. I have spent nearly 40 years as a market technical analyst, market researcher, educator and trader.
My job is to find great opportunities that have been overlooked or ignored by 99.9% of investors – especially companies on the verge of potential major breakthroughs. I seek out investors who are looking for something out of the ordinary… that doesn’t cost a lot… and gets you in the “backdoor” of an emerging trend.
And to be frank, this clean energy trend is irreversible with copper, a critical metal needed for a smooth transition. Over the past decade, copper demand has been steadily rising from such green initiatives as EV adoption, new renewable energy sources and green-focused infrastructure spending.
But despite strong demand, supply is significantly lagging. And it’s only going to get worse with analysts forecasting copper demand could rise 350% by 2050.
It’s little wonder Biden has let loose a $226 billion dollar copper windfall in the coming infrastructure bonanza. Take a look:
TOTAL: $226 Billion in spending, all demanding copper
Every one of these spending allocations I have just listed requires tons of copper. It’s no wonder many analysts believe a potential catastrophic copper shortfall could reach as high as 10 million tons if no new copper mines are found.
Plus, an additional $110 billion of this infrastructure bill will go to building roads and bridges, which will require enormous amounts of copper.
It’s worth mentioning that copper is the metal of choice in equipment manufacturing, heating and cooling systems, microprocessors for mobile phones and computers, internet services, cable wiring, residential and commercial construction. Copper is also used in the manufacture of airplanes, trains, transformers, generators, oil platforms, coastal power stations and so much more.
Copper even has anti-microbial properties and copper doorknobs are common in public buildings, a necessity in a global pandemic.
That’s why you will want to act quickly as Alpha Copper (ALCUF) is relatively unknown and currently a bargain – but when Wall Street discovers what I’m about to reveal, well Katie bar the door! We could be in for a huge copper rush like we’ve never seen before.
Truly, I have never seen such an amazing opportunity that everyday investors can take advantage of – the world’s irreversible commitment to clean energy within the next decade.
Billionaire mining magnate Robert Friedland raved,
“if the world is to successfully transition to clean energy and transport, then it’s all copper, copper, copper, copper, copper, copper!”
Now, couple the clean energy trend with Biden and Congress releasing hundreds of billions of dollars in infrastructure deals requiring massive amounts of copper… well, you could be witnessing the beginning of a rampaging copper bull run the likes we’ve never seen before.
With these factors coming together now, you won’t want to miss the opportunity to take a look at copper companies, such as Alpha Copper (ALCUF).
While this is all good news for investors considering investing in copper, there’s one more player in the game that could make Alpha Copper (ALCUF) especially attractive.
“Within a decade, the world may face a massive shortfall of what’s arguably the most critical metal for global economies: copper.”
Bloomberg News March 19, 2021
In 2020, the world consumed 26.9 million tons of copper. (the most recent data). And no surprise here but… China is gobbling up 54% of the world’s copper.
Europe and North America consumption combined is not even half of China’s.
China simply dominates as a copper consumer.
Yet China mines only 8% of the world’s copper tonnage. So where is China getting all their copper?
According to the American Enterprise Institute, China spent more than $56 billion acquiring copper assets (read mines) overseas between 2005 and 2020.
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As you can see by the chart, Africa’s natural resources are being plundered by China. But did you notice? China has spent ZERO investing in copper mines in North America, (as of this writing).
Forbes Magazine even calls China’s copper grab “the 800-pound gorilla”.
China may be consuming 54% of the world’s copper resources right now, but I expect China’s appetite for copper to grow – driven by the needs of its 1.4 billion population – and muscling out the rest of the world.
That’s why I’m excited about Alpha Copper (ALCUF) with its North American location – in a sweet spot of potential new copper discoveries.
Right now, Alpha Copper (ALCUF) is NOT on China’s radar. So it may be a prudent investment for any American looking to take advantage of the massive US government spending on new infrastructure projects… sure to increase the demand for copper.
That’s why I hope you will consider Alpha Copper (ALCUF). It’s a North American solution to our growing copper needs and a great backdoor play into copper.
With China gobbling up over 50% of the world’s copper assets, the US is quietly looking to its northern neighbor to meet our insatiable and growing demand for copper.
That’s because copper mineralization can be found throughout Canada. But only four provinces in Canada (out of a total of 12) are producing copper today. Canada ranks 10th in the world as a producer of copper.
In 2020, Canadian mines produced 475,898 tons of copper with over half (256,688 tons) originating in British Columbia (BC). Canada’s copper exports that year were valued at a staggering $7.3 billion.
As you can see, British Columbia has 10X more than Canada’s least producing provinces. So it’s no wonder that copper companies such as Alpha Copper (ALCUF) are expanding their exploration efforts in this location.
British Columbia has had a rich mining history since the gold rush days of the 1850’s and is still a mining leader in the world today, especially with the green-driven boom in copper. The British Columbia Geological Survey lists over 7,800 copper-bearing occurrences, with 4,057 of those listing copper as the primary mineral found.
Despite its impressive track record of copper production, BC remains one of the most underexplored mining areas in Canada.
Perhaps that’s why Mining.com wonders if a new “golden age” for copper is coming to British Columbia thanks to the global energy transition.
Craig Hart, director of mineral deposit research at the University of British Columbia, states, …
“All of that is going to require a lot more copper, and our feeling is that British Columbia is probably as well-poised as any jurisdiction on the planet to take advantage of and exploit the opportunity.” 
Today, copper generates 28% of British Columbia’s mining industry net revenue, second only to coal. 
“Confidence has returned to the global mining industry and is evident across much of the industry in British Columbia… the mining sector is considered a key player as the world transitions to a low-carbon economy.”
Back in the rush for gold, miners would literally step over the copper to get to the gold. And for many years, copper prices were so low that it almost wasn’t worth mining.
For decades, copper has often been mined along with other metals, including gold. In a moment, I’ll explain why this gold/copper mining connection is a huge boost to Alpha Copper (ALCUF) and their investors.
But first, let me explain what may happen to pick the price of copper in the coming decade.
With copper a critical mineral in the green new future resulting in soaring demand, the only question many experts are asking is…
Since new sources of copper are desperately needed, copper exploration is heating up in Canada.
This optimistic expectation of a bull-run in copper pricing has prices steadily increasing.
As a result, copper demand continues to grow to historic new levels. Copper prices hit a 10-year high in May 2021, notching $10,000 a metric ton.[58a] It’s fallen somewhat since then, but it continues to hover around $10,000.
And here’s good news…
Forecasts for copper are strongly bullish!
Goldman Sachs forecasts $15,000 per ton for copper by 2025 – a 50% increase from current prices.
Bank of America boldly predicts copper prices hitting $20,000 per metric ton by 2025 due to the widening supply and demand deficits. That’s a doubling of today’s prices.
And David Neuhauser, founder and managing director of U.S. hedge fund Livermore Partners said, “I think copper, for the next five to 10 years, is going to look tremendous with the potential for $20,000 per metric ton.”
Here’s an investor trick I learned in my youth… When the big hedge funds and investment banks see small cap copper exploration companies as a good return, the ordinary investor might want to pay close attention.
And while copper (and other minerals) are entering what many are saying is a bull “supercycle”, now may be a good time for you to explore a backdoor play by investing in copper exploration and mining companies, such as Alpha Copper (ALCUF).*
I can understand why copper has flown under the radar with so many other investing news stories taking center stage in the past year. Like… Bitcoin’s crazy ride… skyrocketing vaccine stocks… growing inflation fears, … not to mention the round-the-clock pandemic drumbeat.
But now it’s time to pay attention to copper… not only for the many reasons I have outlined for you already but also for the simple fact that…
As a result of growing green demand, copper companies overall have done really well lately. Take a look at the returns of these multi-national copper stocks in the past year (as I write this)…
And here’s a fact you may have missed…
Small-cap copper mining exploration companies working in British Columbia have done jaw-droppingly well. Here are just a few returns recorded in the past year (as of this writing):
It appears that copper may be set to go on an impressive bull run over the next few years.
Now of course, as any honest investment analyst will tell you… past performance is no indication of future results. And nothing in investing is guaranteed.
But copper does seem to be riding some powerful tail winds generated by the world’s move toward cleaner energy and a low-carbon economy.
I do believe there is no going back from this trend. It’s why I think you should consider copper, the one mineral needed to make the clean future happen.
And today, I’d like to share with you my thoughts on Alpha Copper (ALCUF), a true-up-and-coming junior copper exploration company on the brink of some remarkable copper discoveries – far away from China’s greedy grasp… and hunting in what I consider the sweetest copper spot in the world, right next door in British Columbia.
Alpha Copper (ALCUF) is a Canadian copper exploration company with two significant holdings totaling 17,640 acres in copper-rich British Columbia.
The first of these pipeline projects is the Indata Property (7,880 acres) located 143 miles northwest of the city of Prince George in North Central British Columbia.
Alpha Copper’s CEO, Darryl Jones describes the importance of Indata property with the old real estate maxim, “location, location, location!”
You see, Indata just happens to be located next to some of Canada’s most exciting recent copper discoveries.
Alpha Copper’s Indata Project sits smack dab next to the Pinchi Fault, dividing the Cache Creek Terrane on the west side of the Pinchi Fault and Quesnel Terrane to the east. This area is home to the promising Kwanika discovery and the equally promising Stardust property in the Cache Creek. (Both are owned by Northwest Copper.)
And the Kwanika Project, located less than 9 miles from Alpha Copper’s Indata Project, contains almost 58 million tons of copper with a .48% copper grading, This is a high-grade indication of an important copper discovery.[66b]
Plus, the Stardust discovery, just a stone’s throw from Indata is another high-grade copper deposit with a robust mineralized system – another promising clue to the potential of copper deposits in the area.
With such great copper neighbors, it’s no wonder CEO Darryl Jones is excited. As he recently stated,
“Indata is in the right neighborhood. We’re piecing together a lot of the data right now, and it’s impressive. We’ve done a lot of soil samples with significant showings and we’re confident we will soon have some exciting results.”
And here’s where I think Alpha Copper (ALCUF) has a major advantage over other copper explorers out there – and this is huge…
Alpha Copper (ALCUF) is not starting from scratch. They have about a three-year head start on the competition. Here’s why.
In prior years, Indata’s previous owner, Eastfield Resources Ltd., was more gold focused than copper focused. Gold was on the rise and copper prices were in the basement. Bottom line: Not enough profit in copper to make mining worthwhile.
So most of Eastfield’s historic exploration was for gold before Alpha Copper (ALCUF) stepped into the picture in 2021.
As I mentioned earlier, where there’s gold there is often copper! In fact, even as far back as 1989, areas of high-grade copper and copper-gold mineralization were identified at Indata. But back then copper results were ignored.
Now most junior exploration companies start from scratch when they begin exploring for copper. That usually means ZERO drill holes. It can take years to drill holes and analyze results.
But at Indata, Eastfield had already drilled 93 holes. Previous results have seen porphyry copper mineralization of 0.36% copper over 75 meters and drill intercepts of 0.20% copper over 148 meters.
These are promising preliminary results. But again, more testing, more analyzing and perhaps even more drilling is needed before any sort of actual mining can begin.
So in the next few months, Alpha Copper (ALCUF) is going back to the most promising drill holes and look specifically for copper instead of gold. And that’s a huge advantage because Indata is beyond drill ready. The drill “infrastructure” – so to speak—is already in place.
CEO Darryl Jones explains,
“Doing that type of work on Indata is three years of early-stage work. We’re now stepping into a project, which is three years ahead and which already has the target areas delineated. We can now grow them.”
What’s more, Alpha Copper (ALCUF) also specializes in mining what is known as “porphyry” copper deposits. Porphyry deposits yield about two-thirds of the world’s copper and is usually found with gold deposits.[71a]
Porphyry-type deposits happen when large amounts of hot water pass through porous rock and leave copper embedded in the rock. Fortunately, British Columbia is known to have a “massive porphyry deposit running as a belt up and down British Columbia.”[71b]
And here’s more good news…
Indata is not Alpha Copper’s only property. Its second property has a potentially rich copper source that was first discovered 57 years ago!
Situated about 90 miles northwest of Vancouver on the south coast of British Columbia, Alpha Copper (ALCUF) has almost 10,000 acres which prior test results show also contains copper.
This property is called Okeover in what’s known as British Columbia’s North Lake Zone.
Copper was originally discovered in the creek bottoms in the central part of Okeover in 1965. Intensive testing began – including drilling and soil samples – and enhanced copper was found throughout.[73b]
According to Okeover’s Summary of Mineral Resources, Okeover, as a historic resource, is thought to contain 86.8 million tonnes of copper at a .31% grade.
Alpha Copper (ALCUF) is just starting its work here, but Okeover may prove to be a rich source of new copper discoveries.
And here’s another huge advantage….
Both Okeover and Indata are also easily accessible by long-established logging roads which significantly slashes discovery costs.
That’s because existing low-cost access to these properties saves bags of money and time for Alpha Copper (ALCUF) to immediately finance advanced exploration efforts. If these efforts prove successful, these sites could potentially move into production.
If Alpha Copper (ALCUF) finds the copper deposits the historical data predicts, I believe the company could take center stage and see an influx in interest, resulting in a significant rise in their share price.*
But let me be clear.
Alpha Copper (ALCUF)is still at early stages in discovering copper in British Columbia. There’s the possibility that the grades won’t impress. It’s also possible the size or number of deposits won’t pan out. These are the risks when you invest in an exploratory company.
But thanks to the exploratory work of the prior owner, the drill results and grab sample tests have returned a number of high-grade results over significant areas of its properties. So it’s also possible Alpha Copper (ALCUF) could hit a jackpot of high-grade copper.*
As Alpha’s CEO Darryl Jones points out,
“We’re one drill hole aways from being a major, major copper discovery.”
Big ifs, I know. But any investment decision is made with a degree of risk built in. No investment is risk free. It’s why I urge you to do your own research and show this investment report to your own broker.
But here’s why Alpha Copper (ALCUF) may be your ticket to riding the green revolution.
Without copper, the world’s dream of a clean green, affordable, zero-emission may not survive. EVs can’t be mass-produced. Massive new energy grids, roads, public transports will be in jeopardy.
As Alpha Copper’s CEO, Darryl Jones says,
“Copper is more important to the green revolution than the more well-known resource lithium. With copper, you’ve got multiple multi-billion-dollar spending initiatives that will drive demand for it. You don’t need EVs to move copper demand forward.”
It’s why smart investors are turning to natural resource stocks, especially metal exploration companies, including copper.
Today, we’re experiencing an energy shift of epic proportions. Nearly every nation is working toward a clean zero-carbon future.
The U.S government is committing hundreds of billions of dollars in taxpayer money to accelerate the transition to green energy.
According to the Wall Street Journal, a staggering $2 trillion have been poured into green investment funds to shift away from fossil fuels. More than $5 billion worth of bonds and loans to fund green initiatives are issued every day.
America’s two largest banks have pledged $4 trillion in financing to spur green energy transitioning over the next decade. The International Energy Agency is calling for $5 trillion a year in energy projects to meet net-zero emission goals.
“Green finance is now looking less like the niche interest of socially conscious investors and more like a sustainable gold rush.”
Wall Street Journal, May 22, 2021
Energy Transition is the “IT” trend of the 21st century. Early investors in the green revolution could possibly be tomorrow’s green millionaires! And copper is at the epicenter of green investing.
Learn more about copper’s jackpot opportunity and Alpha Copper (ALCUF), a small-cap copper exploration and development company exploring in copper’s North American sweet spot..
Simply go to www.alphacopper.com to learn more about the company and what they’re doing. You can speak with one of their investor reps or leave your email address to be the first to receive future news. You can also show this investing report to your broker for their input.
Investing in Alpha Copper has the potential for high rewards, but it also comes with higher risk. And past performance is no guarantee of future results.
But with that strong caution to you, I believe my analysis of the potentially huge reward of Alpha Copper (ALCUF) is a good one.*
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 https://www.nasdaq.com/market-activity/commodities/hg:cmx Feb 6 2020 2.58 and 4.63 on 2/9/2022
[5a] https://evadoption.com/ev-sales/ev-sales-forecasts/ Estimated a total of 25.19 million \EVs in operation by 2030… subtract 1.8 million from that number to get the increase in EVs.
 98 million new EVs X 183 pounds = 17.934 billion pounds = 8.1 million metric tons
 5/5/21 Report by the Center for Transportation and the Environment called A Zero-Emission transition for the US Transit Fleet. https://cte.tv/transition-us-fleet-report/#
 63,700 buses X 814 pounds = 51,851,800 pounds of copper = 23519 metric tons
 Slide 6 https://alphacopper.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/PPT_AlphaCopper_V7.pdf
 https://www.whitehouse.gov/bipartisan-infrastructure-law/#powerinfrastructure Under Upgrade out power infrastructure
 https://www.copper.org/environment/sustainable-energy/grid-infrastructure/ and https://www.copper.org/environment/sustainable-energy/grid-infrastructure/#:~:text=Copper%20is%20a%20preferred%20underground,Longer%20life%20expectancy
 290 GW is 290,000 MW X average 5 tons of copper for 1 MW = about 1.5 million.
 2/8/2021 32.12 January 12,2022 45.15 https://www.google.com/search?q=fcx+stock+price+today&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS759US759&sxsrf=APq-WBsYV7dBqdztVukccg8dicggZCffFQ%3A1644248959071&ei=fz8BYuLiA7yZptQP2MevyAo&oq=FCXstock+price+today&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EAEYADIGCAAQBxAeMgQIABAKSgQIQRgASgQIRhgAUABY7AZgthloAHACeACAAWaIAYkCkgEDMi4xmAEAoAEBwAEB&sclient=gws-wiz
 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_LfdtIuglGBxQUBp0mLNS2RROB4ci34BOZNoAZyGupc/edit#heading=h.xrfa8t10hia3 or https://www.wsj.com/articles/green-finance-goes-mainstream-lining-up-trillions-behind-global-energy-transition-11621656039
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