CSIQ and EMKR Featured as Top Solar Energy Companies for 2008: Canadian Solar and EMCORE Corp. Picked by SmallCapInvestor.com as Leading Small Cap Stocks in Renewable Energy Sector

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Leading small cap stocks news and research website SmallCapInvestor.com has released its top solar stocks--Canadian Solar (Nasdaq:CSIQ) and EMCORE Corp. (Nasdaq:EMKR). Both solar energy companies answer the call for clean, affordable, renewable energy sources and potential investment opportunities for individual investors.

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still quite positive on the solar-power industry because of firm product pricing and strong demand.

    SmallCapInvestor.com features detailed analysis on Canadian Solar and EMCORE Corp., two solar energy companies that are outshining others in what appears to be otherwise a choppy market. To find out why these small cap stocks have boosted investor portfolios, read the Solar Energy Stocks Sector Watch analysis.

Says SmallCapInvestor.com Editor-in-Chief Bob Bogda, "With the price of oil continually in flux, and alternative and renewable energy sources becoming much more in demand and affordable, these two solar energy companies are poised for continual growth and have already shown their capability to rapidly increase in both business and revenue."

Solar stocks are a brilliant alternative to hydrocarbon sources as they have immense growth on the horizon in an environmentally conscious world. Canadian Solar designs, develops, and manufactures solar modules for converting sunlight into electricity and is expanding its products and services parts to other countries as well. SmallCapInvestor.com's leading investment guru Ian Wyatt said, "This solar energy company experienced a three-fold increase in 2007, earning $175.3 million. I predict that Canadian Solar will prove to be continually profitable for 2008 and beyond, not only because of its needed products, but because of the global demand that will keep fueling its business strength."

Investors looking for ways to get in on the solar energy boom can get the details on Canadian Solar at http://www.smallcapinvestor.com/articles/investing_strategies/sector_w atch/01/23/2008/sector_watch_solar_energy_stocks/&?r=pr_013008. (Due to its length, this URL may need to be copied/pasted into your Internet browser's address field. Remove the extra space if one exists.)

Answering any investor's concerns about solar stock shares prices as of recent, Goldman Sachs analyst Michael Molnar has been quoted saying that he is, "still quite positive on the solar-power industry because of firm product pricing and strong demand." He reiterated the view that recession fears and not weaker industry fundamentals have weighed on solar stocks. He said solar economics are not directly affected by oil prices, but more so by power prices.

Molnar is not the only one who has a positive outlook on these solar energy companies. Wyatt likes the solar stock, EMCORE Corp., due to the elite solar products it provides for satellite and terrestrial solar power markets and its rapid return in fiscal year of 2007 which brought in $170.1 million and rose 18% from 2006.

More information and further details can be found on Canadian Solar and EMCORE Corp. in the Solar Energy Stocks Sector Watch article on the Small Cap Investor website, http://www.smallcapinvestor.com

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