Here’s the complete list of all the electric car stocks that’s listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) as of 09/23/20.
We put it together at because we wanted a way to invest in all of the companies building solutions to climate change. From renewable energy stocks, to LEDs stocks, to recycling stocks.
For humanity to stop climate change, we transition from gasoline to electricity as quickly as possible as the power source for our cars and trucks. According to Project Drawdown, each of the following has the potential to reduce global carbon emission significantly.
- Electric cars: 12 – 16 gigatons CO2e reduction potential
- Electric bikes: 1 – 4 gigatons of CO2e reduction potential
- Hybrid cars: 4 – 8 gigatons of CO2e reduction potential.
Disclaimer: We had trouble finding all of these stocks in one place online. So, we built the following list. We’re publishing it purely for informational purposes and not a recommendation to buy or sell.
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Aptiv makes hardware and software solutions to help automakers design and make better electric and automated vehicles.
Nio is a Chinese electric SUV company. They're helping move Chinese car ownership away from fossil fuels
Tesla has arguably done the most of any company to push forward the adoption of electric cars, batteries, and home solar.
WKHS makes electric delivery vans and drones, enabling the "last mile" of delivery to occur without fossil fuels.
Li Auto designs, manufacturers, and sells high-end electric SUVs in China.
Blink makes electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. This infrastructure is necessary if EVs are to fully replace gas cars, particularly for long-distance driving
We’ve updated this list as of 09/23/20. If there are companies that you believe we are missing, we’d love your help keeping this list up to date. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three of these companies went public very close to when the published this list. We have a policy for the Drawdown Index: the complete list of companies solving climate change, to not include companies that IPO’d within the last six months of the annual update.
So, we list them here so you have the full list, but they will not be included in the Drawdown Index until our next annual update.
About Carbon Collective:
We built Carbon Collective Investing because we couldn’t find a way to invest our retirement savings that made both ethical and financial sense in the age of climate change.
So we built the world’s first series of climate-friendly, diversified, low-fee investment portfolios. We teamed up with a world class online brokerage platform to automatically manage them.
Imagine an index fund in a world without fossil fuels. That’s how we build our portfolios. We swap the high-carbon parts of the market (fossil fuels, dirty utilities, airlines, etc.) with the companies building solutions to climate change (renewable energy, circular economy, energy efficiency, etc.).
Checkout their historical performance, carbon footprint, and fees compared to common standard and ethical portfolios.