Bill Paul, "The Indiana Jones of Alternative Energy," Whips 2GreenEnergy Investors Towards Greater Profits as Senior Investment Adviser

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Bill Paul, former Wall Street Journal energy and environment reporter, is now the Senior Investment Adviser for 2GreenEnergy. His unique approach to energy investing stems from a lifetime of digging in places near and far - from Middle Eastern oilfields to Midwest U.S. landfills - in the manner of Indiana Jones unearthing clues of epic treasures. Be sure to download Bill's free report, "Five Rules for Effective Alternative Energy Investing" below.

Clean energy business and investing resource, 2GreenEnergy, has secured the services of alternative energy investing legend, Bill Paul, to provide profitable insights to readers and subscribers at

Editor of, Craig Shields, stated: "Bill Paul is the crème de la crème of clean energy analysts. He gives 2GreenEnergy investors a big leg up on identifying potentially valuable investing opportunities."

With a lifetime of expertise honed in the energy industry - including 20 years as a staff reporter for the Wall Street Journal and a stint as CNBC's special energy correspondent - Bill Paul's life story reads like a geopolitical adventure novel, intertwined with colossal financial/power struggles against a backdrop of global intrigue. Bill Paul uses his combination of daring, hard work, and unique insight to dig up sophisticated domestic and international investing opportunities in ways reminiscent of Indiana Jones's search of long-lost treasure.

Bill's energy career -- now entering its fifth decade -- has taken him all over the world, including to:

  • Iran, where as a Journal reporter during the Iranian Revolution he dodged bullets as he witnessed firsthand the power of oil to inflict heavy damage on nations' energy security, leading to what for Bill is the inescapable conclusion that every nation must have an "alternative" approach to energy that stresses homegrown renewable sources and energy efficiency.
  • Iraq during the time of Saddam Hussein, where Bill was followed at every turn as he came to understand the lunacy of industrialized nations failing to develop national energy policies, thereby enabling vicious despots to control those policies by default.
  • Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station in Pennsylvania, site of the worst civilian nuclear accident in United States history on March 28, 1979, where he learned to respect the raw power of people's emotions to influence nations' energy agendas.    
  • Power plants, automotive test tracks, microbiology labs, and the energy industry's many other frontiers of scientific and technological discovery - always in search of the next big thing and how investors can benefit from it.

From tiny towns like Osage, Iowa (known for its trail-blazing energy efficiency), to the opulent domains of Goldman Sachs and other masters of the universe, Paul has examined the nuts and bolts and the dollars and cents of the global energy industry from every angle. He leverages mischievous humor and penetrating acumen to translate complex business details into practical and actionable analysis for hurried investors, be they sophisticated professional money managers or novice individual investors. He is the adventurous analyst in constant search of the next big breakthrough, the next big payoff, in the global energy industry, not afraid to exercise his bullwhip now and again to get at the truth.

To find out more about Bill Paul, visit the following link:

Says Mr. Paul, "A rapidly-rising global population with middle-class aspirations is increasingly straining conventional energy sources and rapidly ushering in a new era of cleaner, more efficient, alternative energy. Some two trillion dollars likely will be spent over the next 20 years on upgrading energy infrastructure and commercializing breakthrough technologies vital to keep the global economy growing without destroying the natural environment. The payoff for investors has already begun and promises to get a whole lot bigger over the next few years."    


Bill Paul is the author of "The Five Rules Of Effective Alternative Energy Investing," which outlines the fundamental points vital for any individual desiring to profit from investments in renewable energy.

  •     Read the report for important distinctions between Alternative Energy Investing (AEI) versus Socially Responsible Investing (SRI).
  •     Pass the report along to others who may benefit from trenchant insight into the controversy surrounding investments in today's Green Mutual and Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs).

Download the FREE report here:

2GreenEnergy provides industry interviews, technology analysis, scientific and engineering consulting research, as well as educational and investment services for the business of clean energy.

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