Who Is the Energy Industry's CEO of the Year?
Dec 31st 2013 5:02PM
Updated Dec 31st 2013 5:04PM
In this video from Tuesday's special New Year's Eve edition of Investor Beat, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool energy analyst Taylor Muckerman break down the biggest stories in energy from 2013 and look ahead to what energy investors can expect in the coming year ahead.
While Continental Resources' CEO Harold Hamm was recently awarded CEO of 2013 from Platts Global Energy Awards, this Fool analyst makes a different pick. Taylor nominates SolarCity chief executive Lyndon Rive as this year's top CEO in the energy sector. Apart from the company's ability to grow its deployed megawatts by 77% compared to 2012, which is a staggering amount, he also has a 91% approval rating on Glassdoor.com, and SolarCity falls within the top 20 "Best Places to Work in 2014." However, Taylor also discusses the volatility of the solar industry today, and says that investors looking to jump in need to be prepared to ride along with both the ups and the downs.
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