Here’s the complete list of all the wind energy stocks that are listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) as of 09/23/20.
We put it together at Carbon Collective 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 need to dramatically expand the use of wind power. According to Project Drawdown, each of the following has the potential to reduce global carbon emission significantly.
Here is the full list of solar companies’ stocks, broken into five categories:
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.
BEPC is a Yieldco which pools investment to buy renewable energy plants and return regular dividends. BEPC owns 16+ GWs of production (~10.4m US households of electricity) globally.
Clearway is a Yieldco which pools investment to buy renewable energy plants and return regular dividends. Clearway owns 4.3+ GWs of production (~2.8m US households of electricity).
Hannon is a Yieldco which pools investment to buy renewable energy plants and return regular dividends. They own 2.3+ GWs of production (~1.5m US households of electricity).
Broadwind generates the majority of its revenue from manufacturing wind turbines.
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 email@example.com.
We opted not to include General Electric on this list, despite the fact that they build a lot of wind turbines and are one of the top manufacturers in the world.
Why? They do not yet meet your standards for inclusion in the Drawdown Index: the complete list of public companies building climate solutions.
GE generates about the same amount of revenue from its wind turbine activities as its two other business units that are dependent upon fossil fuels: natural gas turbines & jet airplane engines. Should GE split off its wind turbine business or wind down these two divisions, it could meet criteria for inclusion.
We built Carbon Collective when we couldn’t find anywhere to invest our retirement savings that made both ethical and financial sense in the age of climate change.
So we put together the world’s first series of climate-friendly, diversified, low-fee investment portfolios and 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 construct our portfolios. We replace the high-carbon areas of the stock 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.