In late 2020, the UK prime minister Boris Johnson announced his “10-Point Plan” - which will utilise £12bn of government investment and attract approximately £36bn from the private sector to achieve the UK’s Net-Zero goal by 2050 while creating and sustaining 250,000 green jobs. The plan will use a range of cutting-edge technologies, including Offshore Wind to power buildings, low carbon hydrogen to replace natural gas for cooking & heating, green transport, and Carbon Capture Usage & Storage (CCUS) to reduce emissions by the industrial sector.
What are penny stocks? You might have heard of small caps, microcaps, stocks under $5, and many more, they are all synonymous used for penny stocks. The U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) defines penny stocks as a security or a financial instrument holding a financial value, issued by small public companies and is traded at less than $5 per share.