It was released in November 2020, and make no mistake:It’s happening.The UK Government’s 10-point plan for a new “Green Industrial Revolution.”PriceWaterhouse Coopers believes this trend will cost £400billion……That’s just here in Britain over the next 10 years.Worldwide, the Green Industrial Revolution could be worth TRILLIONS.It’s why I’m urging all investors to read this special presentation carefully, and learn how you can uncover the 5 companies that we believe are poised to profit from this gargantuan trend ahead! Andy Ross | Thursday, 20th May, 2021 | More on: GSF UKW Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. Andy Ross owns no share mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has recommended Greencoat UK Wind. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. Our 5 Top Shares for the New “Green Industrial Revolution” Enter Your Email Address Renewable energy stocks are very much in vogue. That’s not surprising given the publicity around climate change and big environment-focused events such as COP26. That international summit is due to take place in November 2021. It should really shine a spotlight on renewables and may lead to new international agreements.Making money from windGreencoat UK Wind (LSE: UKW) is a renewable energy stock I’d be tempted to add to my portfolio. The FTSE 250-listed fund is well run and specialises in renewable energy investment.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Greencoat earns a profit by selling wind energy to utility providers. These sales are usually based on long-term contracts, which gives the group visibility over long-term cash flow.Another good thing about Greencoat is that its premium has come down a lot, meaning buying the shares now is much cheaper, compared to the net asset value, than it was 12 months ago. The premium now is around 6%, compared to highs of over 20% seen just within the last year.On top of being better value now, compared to recent history, the shares also provide a good level of income. The dividend yield is 5.4%. That’s far more than the average for the FTSE 250, which is around 1.75%.The downside of this is that competition could increase or Greencoat could lose key members of its investment team. Assets could also become too expensive to acquire profitably. Overall though, I back Greencoat UK Wind to perform well for many years to come.A renewable energy stock with a differenceGore Street Energy Storage Fund (LSE: GSF) targets a 7% yield, making it a great income stock. It’s an early leader in investing in energy storage assets, which will be needed as renewables start to dominate energy production.Storage is needed because renewable energies such as solar and wind can be unpredictable, which presents a considerable challenge for the energy market. Energy storage is one solution.The investment trust owns and operates a selection of energy storage facilities, primarily batteries. It manages these facilities with the goal of producing a steady income to fund a regular dividend payout. At the time of writing, the stock offers a yield of around 6.7%.The fund is looking to expand beyond the UK and Ireland and into the US and Western Europe, so there’s potential for it to become significantly larger in the future. This could put it on the radar of more investors, increase demand for the shares and consequently push up the share price. This is why I’m tempted to invest now, as the energy market is still in the relatively early phases of a shift to renewable energy.Let’s be very clear – there are risks involved with investing in UK renewable energy stocks because the shares tend to be expensive compared to the net asset value. However, I believe the sector should continue to attract a lot of investor money, with the implication that shares should do well, even from their current relative highs.That’s why I’d be tempted to add UK renewable energy stocks to my portfolio. They can provide both income and growth, which I think is a great combination. 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“COPY” Lead Architects: Projects Manufacturers: &Tradition, BPM Lighting, Cortizo, Ikea, Kresta Design, Nemo Lighting, ARTIFICIO, Inspire Aneleen, LamettDezign, MORTEX, TAO Iluminación Houses ArchDaily Area: 307 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project 2019 Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/936423/a12-house-lucas-y-hernandez-nil-gil Clipboard Year: Cristina Domínguez Lucas, Fernando Hernández-Gil Ruano Save this picture!© José Hevia+ 42Curated by Clara Ott Share “COPY” Collaborators:Raquel Quirós Marcos, Lucía Balboa, Ana Alirangues, María Domínguez.City:MadridCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© José HeviaText description provided by the architects. House A12 is a duplex house + a professional office in the centre of Madrid. With direct access to the street it occupies the premises of an old commercial space. The starting point for the project was a deep and very dark space. The main challenge of the project has been light. We have used different mechanisms to bring it to all the rooms. Through metallic materials in the ceilings and vertical surfaces, the luminosity that enters from the street and the two courtyards that structure the house has multiplied. With the same objective, different mechanisms have been put into play: skylights, wall openings and windows. A landscaped interior English courtyard that receives light from the street filtered by a latticework creating a kind of oasis, a tropical garden of surreal character is connected to the lower level of the house.Save this picture!© José HeviaSave this picture!AxoSave this picture!© José HeviaThe other challenge of the project was the circulations, to solve a wide program in a particularly linear structure. Different environments have been united in a game of perceptual contrasts where each room is a space that is both differentiated and flexible where geometry, colour and light make up its own artificial interior landscape.Save this picture!© José HeviaSave this picture!Floor PlansSave this picture!© José HeviaThe Roman and Mediterranean house, introverted and organised around the atrium, merges here with the description of Gaston Bachelar, in his “The Poetics of Space”, as the house from a phenomenological point of view, where the imagination increases the value of reality. In this way, the staircase connects the two worlds, “the basement and the attic” at the heart of the house. A transition from the real to the dreamlike that is visually reinforced through a chromatic duality inspired by Rothko’s colour fields.Save this picture!© José HeviaSave this picture!CollageSave this picture!© José HeviaProject gallerySee allShow lessParallelism in Architecture, Engineering & Computing Techniques – Third EditionConferenceVirtual Vernissage! “Weird Sensation Feels Good”, an Exhibition about ASMRExhibition Opening Share Photographs: José Hevia Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Spain A12 House / Lucas y Hernández – GilSave this projectSaveA12 House / Lucas y Hernández – Gil A12 House / Lucas y Hernández – Gil CopyHouses•Madrid, Spain Architects: Lucas y Hernández – Gil Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/936423/a12-house-lucas-y-hernandez-nil-gil Clipboard CopyAbout this officeLucas y Hernández – GilOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMadridOn InstagramOn FacebookSpainPublished on March 30, 2020Cite: “A12 House / Lucas y Hernández – Gil” [Casa A12 / Lucas y Hernández – Gil] 30 Mar 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.