I’ve just put the finishing touches on an initial list of green mutual funds, most of which are fairly new and don’t have a long history so invest with caution. The other thing I’ve come across in my research is that some mutual funds claiming to be green aren’t at all green which I discuss in more detail in my report. There are some decent funds such as those put out by Gabelli and Winslow, but there is room for some high quality green mutual funds and I’m sure we’ll see more of these in the coming years. For now, those that have a bit of time to watch their investments and are a bit more investing savvy may have better luck with purchasing a few green ETF’s which are now available for the solar, wind and smart grid industries. Another option might be the Market Vectors Global Alternative Energy ETF (GEX). For you self investors out there, I’ll have another report available soon listing all the green energy ETF’s, so be on the lookout for that.