Green energy stocks are the latest asset class to show up on the radar.
A look at the latest and most notable stocks that have gone public.1.
Wind Energy (NYSE: WIND) Wind energy is a new energy industry.
It is growing fast, and investors expect it to become a big business.
Wind energy generates roughly half of the nation’s power.
This industry is growing quickly.
Wind is a high-efficiency, low-carbon energy source that can also be used to generate electricity for homes, businesses, and transportation.2.
Solar Energy (NASDAQ: SOLAR) Solar power is growing in popularity.
Solar power provides about 40% of the country’s energy.
Solar energy is cheap, clean, and reliable.
Solar is being used to build solar photovoltaic (PV) systems for homes and businesses.3.
Storage (NASdaq: SOLID) Storage is the future of energy storage.
This sector is expected to be one of the fastest growing in terms of market capitalization in 2020.
Storage is becoming increasingly important for many different industries.
Storage solutions include solar, wind, and geothermal.4.
Biofuels (NASSE: BEES) The world is on the cusp of an energy transition to biofuels.
The US has made major strides in the development and production of biofuel production, but the technology is still in its infancy.
In the US, ethanol and biodiesel are now the largest fuels in the US and Canada.
Biofuel production is projected to grow by 20% in 2020 compared to 20% growth in 2020, according to the US Energy Information Administration.5.
Wind Power (NYSE “NYSE”: WIND,WIND) The growth of wind power is unprecedented in the United States.
Wind power currently accounts for approximately 40% to 50% of total electricity generation.
Windpower is an alternative to nuclear, natural gas, and coal power.
Wind and solar are the fastest-growing energy sources in the country.6.
Solar Power (NASQ: SOL) Solar is currently the largest electricity generation source in the world, with more than 6,000 megawatts of solar power installed worldwide.
Wind, solar, and hydropower are the largest forms of renewable energy.7.
Renewable Energy (EUR: EUR) Renewable energy is an energy source with a lot of promise.
Renewables are the cheapest, most energy-efficient energy source on the planet.
Renewably produced electricity has been shown to be cleaner, cheaper, and more efficient than conventional energy.
Renewed energy accounts for nearly 80% of all electricity generation worldwide.8.
Storage Capacity (NAS: SCT) Storage Capacity is a large and growing sector that is a big player in the energy storage market.
Storage capacity is the capacity to store electricity and other renewable energy in a form that is economically competitive with traditional energy storage solutions.9.
Energy Efficiency (Eur: EUT) Energy efficiency is a key component in the transition to a low-emissions future.
Energy efficiency can be achieved in the form of efficiency standards for buildings, buildings, and appliances.
Energy-efficient appliances, such as appliances for homes can help reduce their energy consumption.10.
Natural Gas (NYSE : NATH) Natural gas is a highly efficient natural gas source that emits about half of CO2 emissions.
Natural gas currently supplies roughly 20% of US electricity and is used to produce more than a third of all natural gas production.11.
Bioenergy (NASEX: BIO) Biofuel is an important renewable energy source.
Biofouling is a process in which microbes convert methane into biofuze.
Bio-products can be used as feedstocks for energy, fuel, or materials.12.
Solar (NYSE:(NASDAQ:(NYSE: SUN)) Solar power currently supplies about 70% of U.S. electricity, making it a key source of renewable electricity.
Solar will grow rapidly in the next 10 years, according a recent report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
The solar industry is projected by Bloomberg to generate $2.8 trillion in new business in 2020 alone.13.
Energy Conservation (EUS: EUS) The U.N. Climate Change Conference is taking place this week in Warsaw, Poland.
The United States has pledged to cut its greenhouse gas emissions to 26% below 2005 levels by 2030, and is expected, along with China, to become the largest greenhouse gas emitter in the World by 2020.
will be the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases.14.
Oil & Gas (NASE: OIL) Oil and gas is an industry with a long history.
The early exploration and production began in the 18th century and has continued to expand with the discovery and extraction of natural gas and oil.
Today, oil and gas extraction is the largest source of oil and natural gas produced in the U. S. The number of active wells and rigs is estimated to be more than 1.5 million