See below for the full list of every energy storage and battery stock in Carbon Collective's Climate Index.

To electrify everything, we need more energy storage.

Renewable energy is becoming cheaper and more prevalent. But solar and wind aren't constant sources of energy because the sun and the wind aren't always "on."  This means they can't instantly meet energy demand. This also means that when they do generate a lot of electricity, it needs to be stored. In the same vein, as more electric vehicles (EVs) take to the road, better batteries are needed.

The bottom line: we need more energy storage systems and batteries. Drawdown calls batteries the transformation that transforms the energy industry. That's because they're an essential supporting technology that makes the electrification of everything a reality.

The clock is ticking for energy storage and batteries.

Large, utility-scale energy storage are needed as a pivotal part of the power grid as more renewable energy comes on line. And there needs to be many more smaller-scale distributed energy storage systems (or just batteries) as more households and organizations install their own rooftop solar and as more micro-grids are created.

According to the International Energy Agency (p. 198), for the world to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, battery storage capacity needs to increase from 18 gigawatts in 2020 to 3,097 gigawatts in 2050, a whopping 172-fold increase!

Here are the companies that are helping this transition.

Here is the list of energy storage and battery companies that are traded on US stock markets. We choose companies that derive more revenue from these Drawdown solutions than they do from fossil fuel-dependent products and services. We also exclude penny stocks whose share prices were less than $0.50 in our last update.

If you are a Carbon Collective member, you own all of these companies through the Climate Index.

Clean Energy Stocks in the Climate Index

Filters:
Index Status:
% ALLOCATED icon Company Type icon Company icon Category icon DESCRIPTION 
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Energy Storage
Advanced Energy Industries
No Drawdown Solution
Advanced Energy Industries, sold their renewables business and therefore no longer produces a Drawdown solution
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Energy Storage
Albemarle
Failed Revenue Filter
Albemarle produces lithium compounds promoting energy storage, a Drawdown solution. It however makes more of its revenue from other compounds like bromine that have end-markets in the fossil fuel industry due to applications, such as oil and gas well drilling and completion fluids.
0.02%
Pure Play
CBAK makes 100% of its revenue from selling lithium batteries that are used in EV, electric tool, and energy storage applications.
0.03%
Pure Play
Eos makes 100% of its revenue from selling battery storage solutions to utilities (and other customers). Its batteries have 98.2% of capacity retained annually.
0.02%
Pure Play
Flux makes battery management systems and rechargeable lithium-ion energy storage systems for electric forklifts, airport ground support equipment, and other industrial motive applications.
-
Energy Storage
Generac Holdings
Lacks Sufficient Information
Generac Holdings derives part of its revenue from the Drawdown solution of energy storage. It however has fossil fuel profucts and a large natural gas customer base that is not quantified and no revenue breakdown for that segment is present.
0.02%
Pure Play
KULR sells thermal management technologies that are used in the lithium-ion batteries to ensure they stay within safe operating temperatures.
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Energy Storage
Littelfuse
Lacks Sufficient Information
Littelfuse, sells products used in EVs and related infrastructure, but also has end markets in the traditional auto industry, as well as the oil and gas industry. A revenue breakdown is not present.
0.30%
Pure Play
Livent generates 100% of its revenue from selling lithium compounds with their primary use being lithium batteries.
0.78%
Pure Play
QuantumScape is fully focused on developign and selling solid-state lithium-metal batteries, some of which are used for EVs.
0.03%
Passed Revenue Filter
Romeo makes 65% of its revenue from lithium-ion battery modules for commercial electric vehicles and 35% in a jointe venture focused on traditional automobiles.
0.02%
Pure Play
Westwater Resources generates 100% of its revenue from selling battery-ready graphite materials, a key component in battery construction.
Advanced Energy Industries, sold their renewables business and therefore no longer produces a Drawdown solution
No Drawdown Solution
Albemarle produces lithium compounds promoting energy storage, a Drawdown solution. It however makes more of its revenue from other compounds like bromine that have end-markets in the fossil fuel industry due to applications, such as oil and gas well drilling and completion fluids.
Failed Revenue Filter
CBAK makes 100% of its revenue from selling lithium batteries that are used in EV, electric tool, and energy storage applications.
Pure Play
Eos makes 100% of its revenue from selling battery storage solutions to utilities (and other customers). Its batteries have 98.2% of capacity retained annually.
Pure Play
Flux makes battery management systems and rechargeable lithium-ion energy storage systems for electric forklifts, airport ground support equipment, and other industrial motive applications.
Pure Play
Generac Holdings derives part of its revenue from the Drawdown solution of energy storage. It however has fossil fuel profucts and a large natural gas customer base that is not quantified and no revenue breakdown for that segment is present.
Lacks Sufficient Information
KULR sells thermal management technologies that are used in the lithium-ion batteries to ensure they stay within safe operating temperatures.
Pure Play
Littelfuse, sells products used in EVs and related infrastructure, but also has end markets in the traditional auto industry, as well as the oil and gas industry. A revenue breakdown is not present.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Livent generates 100% of its revenue from selling lithium compounds with their primary use being lithium batteries.
Pure Play
QuantumScape is fully focused on developign and selling solid-state lithium-metal batteries, some of which are used for EVs.
Pure Play
Romeo makes 65% of its revenue from lithium-ion battery modules for commercial electric vehicles and 35% in a jointe venture focused on traditional automobiles.
Passed Revenue Filter
Westwater Resources generates 100% of its revenue from selling battery-ready graphite materials, a key component in battery construction.
Pure Play
No Drawdown Solution
Advanced Energy Industries, sold their renewables business and therefore no longer produces a Drawdown solution
Failed Revenue Filter
Albemarle produces lithium compounds promoting energy storage, a Drawdown solution. It however makes more of its revenue from other compounds like bromine that have end-markets in the fossil fuel industry due to applications, such as oil and gas well drilling and completion fluids.
CBAK makes 100% of its revenue from selling lithium batteries that are used in EV, electric tool, and energy storage applications.
Eos makes 100% of its revenue from selling battery storage solutions to utilities (and other customers). Its batteries have 98.2% of capacity retained annually.
Flux makes battery management systems and rechargeable lithium-ion energy storage systems for electric forklifts, airport ground support equipment, and other industrial motive applications.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Generac Holdings derives part of its revenue from the Drawdown solution of energy storage. It however has fossil fuel profucts and a large natural gas customer base that is not quantified and no revenue breakdown for that segment is present.
KULR sells thermal management technologies that are used in the lithium-ion batteries to ensure they stay within safe operating temperatures.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Littelfuse, sells products used in EVs and related infrastructure, but also has end markets in the traditional auto industry, as well as the oil and gas industry. A revenue breakdown is not present.
Pure Play
Livent generates 100% of its revenue from selling lithium compounds with their primary use being lithium batteries.
Pure Play
QuantumScape is fully focused on developign and selling solid-state lithium-metal batteries, some of which are used for EVs.
Passed Revenue Filter
Romeo makes 65% of its revenue from lithium-ion battery modules for commercial electric vehicles and 35% in a jointe venture focused on traditional automobiles.
Westwater Resources generates 100% of its revenue from selling battery-ready graphite materials, a key component in battery construction.
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