From solar, to grid expansion, to green utilities, to energy storage, to fuel cells, to methane digesters, to nuclear, to microgrids, to wind energy, and yieldcos, see below for the full list of every renewable and clean energy stock in Carbon Collective's Climate Index.

We cannot solve climate change without 100% clean electricity.

A key part of solving climate change is to “electrify everything” and transition our civilization from burning fossil fuels to run our cars, homes, buildings and businesses to using only electricity. In order for that to be a better solution though, that electricity must be generated without carbon emissions. Some estimates say this transition needs to finish by 2050, others say 2035. Luckily, the economics favor a rapid expansion to clean up electricity production. Solar is already the cheapest form of electricity. Wind isn’t far behind. The economics of coal and natural gas are already struggling in competition. It’s just now a matter of speed and scale.

Do note that we include nuclear as an important part of a clean energy system. 

This is no small task.

Today, clean & renewable energy represents a fraction of our electrical production. To meet this critical climate goal, not only do we need to replace all coal, oil, and natural gas power plants with zero-carbon alternatives (see below for the full list), but we need to strengthen the electrical grid to handle a far heavier, more variable electrical load.

The clock is ticking.

The clean energy stocks below represent some of the largest companies in the space. And it’s more than just solar and wind, but a range of zero-emission power systems that can integrate together to provide electricity 24/7, 365 days a year. While we need many new upstarts to come and disrupt with new, better technologies (and don’t worry, we’ll add them as they come along), we need the existing players to scale as rapidly as possible. The clock is ticking and the race to 100% clean electricity is as much about technology advances–batteries and storage–as it is about massively scaling manufacturing–solar manufacturing capacity needs to ~5x from 2019 - 2020.

This list represents all of the clean energy companies traded on the New York Stock Exchange (except for penny stocks whose share prices were less than $0.50 in our last update). Those who are innovating, building a better solar panel, and those who are just focused on scaling their core business as quickly as possible.

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

Clean Energy Stocks in the Climate Index

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0.24%
Passed Revenue Filter
AAON, sells geothermal/water-source heat pumps, a Drawdown solution. It derives no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
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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
0.03%
Pure Play
Advent sells components that influence the performance of hydrogen fuel cells to power, aviataion, automotive markets, and more.
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Biomass
Aemetis
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of Aemetis' biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
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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.
0.71%
Passed Utility Filter
Algonquin produces 68% of its power from renewables and 28% from mixed sources. Even if all power produced from mixed sources was from fossil fuels, Algonquin would still have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
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Electrical Utility
ALLETE
Lacks Sufficient Information
Allete did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
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Electrical Utility
Alliant Energy
Failed Utility Filter
Alliant produces 86.29% of its power from fossil fuels and 13.71% from renewables.
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Electrical Utility
Ameren
Lacks Sufficient Information
Ameren did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
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Electrical Utility
American Electric Power
Failed Utility Filter
American Electric Power produces 73% of its power from fossil fuels, 17% from renewable sources, 7% from nuclear, and 3% from energy efficiency.
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Wind Turbines
Arcosa
Failed Revenue Filter
Arcosa services wind farms and utilities to improve grid flexibility. It however makes more revenue from its storage, transportation, and construction products that serve the fossil fuel industry.
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Biomass
Argan
Lacks Sufficient Information
Argan has a gas fired plant as well as providing services for other Drawdown solutions. It is unclear which it derives more revenue from.
0.17%
Pure Play
Array sells solar tracking systems that use machine learning to identify the best positioning for a solar array to increase energy production.
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Electrical Utility
Atlantic Power
Failed Utility Filter
Atlantic produces 70% of its power from fossil fuels, 20% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 10% from renewables.
0.28%
Passed Utility Filter
Atlantica produces 55.76% of its power from renewables and 44.24% from fossil fuels. None of its power comes from coal and it goes beyond requirements by local regulations on renewable portfolios.
1.30%
Passed Utility Filter
Avangrid produces 91.95% of its power from renewable sources, 7.42% from fossil fuels, and 0.63% from non fossil fuel combustion. It does not use coal for power generation. It exceeds state regulations.
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Electrical Utility
Avista
Failed Utility Filter
Avista produces 55% of its power from renewables, 43% from fossil fuels, and 2% from non fossil fuel combustion. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 9% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
0.07%
Passed Utility Filter
Azure produces 100% of its power from renewables. It does not use coal to produce any of its power and exceeds what is required by local regulations.
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Nuclear Power
AZZ
No Drawdown Solution
AZZ sold their nuclear logistics business and therefore no longer produces a Drawdown solution
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Waste to Energy
Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises
Lacks Sufficient Information
Babcock & Wilcox produces waste to energy and biomass solutions, both Drawdown solutions. It also works on carbon capture technologies, but not storage which we would define as fossil fuel revenue. A revenue breakdown is not present
0.35%
Pure Play
Ballard sells proton exchange membrane fuel cell to transit bus, rail, critical infrastructure industries, and more.
0.02%
Pure Play
BioHiTech sells biodigesters that enable schools, hospitals, and grocery stores to turn organic waste into fertilizer & fuel instead of going to rot in landfills.
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Electrical Utility
Black Hills
Failed Utility Filter
Black Hills produces 90.99% of its power from fossil fuels and 9.01% from renewables.
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Fuel Cells
Bloom Energy
Failed Revenue Filter
Bloom Energy's Energy Servers can operate using both hydrogen and biogas, both climate solutions, but a majority of its Energy Server's use natural gas. This use of natural gas is considered fossil fuel revenue, particularly because we don’t want to lock in natural gas emissions by a commitment to weak transitionary infrastructure.
0.02%
Passed Revenue Filter
Broadwind, derives the majority of its revenue from the promotion of wind energy, a Drawdown solution, through selling steel towers and adapters to wind turbine manufacturers. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue from selling gearing, gearboxes, and systems to the oil and gas industry, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
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Electrical Utility
Brookfield Infrastructure Partners
Lacks Sufficient Information
Brookfield Infrastructure did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
0.96%
Passed Utility Filter
Brookfield produces 97.24% of its power from renewables and 2.76% from unknown sources. Even if the unknown sources were all fossil fuel, it would still have >50% non fossil fuel power generation. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
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Nuclear Power
BWX Technologies
Failed Defense Filter
BWX performs fabrication activities for missile launch tubes for US submarines, which fails the defense filter as this would be classified as weapons related.
0.61%
Pure Play
Cameco mines and sells uranium for the purposes of nuclear fuel production.
0.16%
Pure Play
Canadian Solar sells solar ingots, wafers, cells, modules, panels and other solar power products.
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Microgrid
Capstone Green Energy
Failed Revenue Filter
Capstone Green Energy produces microgrids and microturbines with renewable applications, both of which are Drawdown solutions, but receives the majority of its revenue from application of its microturbines to fossil fuel industries.
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Microgrid
Capstone Turbine
Failed Revenue Filter
Capstone Turbine produces microgrids and microturbines with renewable applications, both of which are Drawdown solutions, but receives the majority of its revenue from application of its microturbines to fossil fuel industries.
0.28%
Passed Revenue Filter
Casella Waste Systems, derives its revenue in part from recycling, a Drawdown solution, and has landfill gas to energy operations, another Drawdown solution, at over 50% of the landfills it owns. It receives no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
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.
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Electrical Utility
CenterPoint Energy
Failed Utility Filter
CenterPoint produces 99.6% of its power from fossil fuels, 0.23% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 0.16% from renewables.
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Electrical Utility
Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras - Eletrobrás
Failed Utility Filter
Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras - Eletrobrás produces 92.45% of its power from renewables, 3.89% from nuclear, and 3.66% from fossil fuels. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 0.68% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
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Electrical Utility
Central Puerto
Failed Utility Filter
Central Puerto produces 67.13% of its power from fossil fuels and 32.87% from renewables.
0.05%
Pure Play
Centrus sells various components of nuclear fuel eg. parts of low-enriched uranium, and the provision of technical solutions to deploy advanced nuclear fuel production capabilities.
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Waste to Energy
China Recycling Energy
Lacks Sufficient Information
China Recycling Energy conducts waste to energy operations, but also utilizes gas from coal mining, which is considered as fossil fuel revenue. A revenue breakdown is not present.
0.05%
Passed Revenue Filter
CleanSpark sells distributed energy systems and microgrids, which help optimize energy consumption. It also provides a variety of digital services, including creative design.
0.45%
Passed Utility Filter
Clearway produces 62.68% of its power from renewables and 37.32% from fossil fuels. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
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Electrical Utility
CMS Energy
Failed Utility Filter
CMS produces 62.73% of its power from fossil fuels, 19.92% from nuclear, 7.67% from mixed sources, and 6.65% from renewables. Even if all of the mixed sources were renewable, CMS would still not have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources.
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Biofuels
CN Energy Group
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of CN Energy Group's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
1.53%
Passed Utility Filter
Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais produces 100% of its power from renewable sources. It exceeds state regulations.
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Electrical Utility
Consolidated Edison
Failed Utility Filter
Consolidated Edison produces 52.5% of its power from fossil fuels, 37.5% from nuclear, 8.6% from renewables, and 1.3% from unknown sources. Even if all of the unknown sources were renewable, CE would still not have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources.
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Waste to Energy
Covanta
Failed Revenue Filter
Covanta was acquired by a private entity on Dec 1, 2021 and is therefore removed from the Climate Index. Covanta makes a large portion of its revenue from waste to energy operations, a Drawdown solution. While it does own landfills which do not have >=50% landfill gas capture, these are for the purpose of ash disposal from its WtE operations and it does not appear revenue is derived from these landfills.
0.36%
Pure Play
Daqo sells high purity polysilicon used in solar photovoltaics to photovoltaic manufacturers.
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Electrical Utility
Dominion Energy
Lacks Sufficient Information
Dominion did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
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Electrical Utility
DTE Energy
Failed Utility Filter
DTE produces 67.13% of its power from fossil fuels, 21.07% from nuclear, 10.26% from nuclear, and 1.54% from renewables.
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Electrical Utility
Duke Energy
Failed Utility Filter
Duke Energy produces 61% of its power from fossil fuels, 37% from nuclear, and 2% from renewable.
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Solar PVs
DuPont de Nemours
Failed Revenue Filter
DuPont de Nemours, has some end-markets in solar energy and LEDs, both Drawdown solutions, but derives a larger portion of its revenue from various products that have end-markets in the fossil fuel industry.
4.19%
Passed Revenue Filter
Eaton derives the majority of its revenue from improving grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, through the sale of various electrical and power products. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue from the automotive industry, which would be categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
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Electrical Utility
Edison International
Lacks Sufficient Information
Edison International did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
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Electrical Utility
Ellomay Capital
Failed Utility Filter
Ellomay produces 75.5% of its power from fossil fuels, 15.6% from renewables, and 8.5% from non fossil fuel combustion.
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Electrical Utility
Empresa Distribuidora y Comercializadora Norte Sociedad Anónima
Lacks Sufficient Information
Empresa Distribuidora y Comercializadora Norte Sociedad Anónima did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
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Solar PVs
Enbridge
Failed Revenue Filter
Enbridge derives some of its revenue from solar and wind energy, both Drawdown solutions, but receives the majority of its revenue from pipeline work for the natural gas industry, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
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Electrical Utility
Enel Américas
Failed Utility Filter
Enel Américas produces 62% of its power from renewables and 38% from fossil fuels. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 3% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
0.19%
Passed Utility Filter
Enel Chile produces 62% of its power from renewables and 38% from fossil fuels. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 4.9% of its power comes from coal, but it has a plan to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years. It exceeds state regulations.
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Grid Expansion
EnerSys
Failed Defense Filter
EnerSys sells missiles and smart weapons, which fails the defense filter since it sells weapons to the defense industry.
2.00%
Pure Play
Enphase sells microinverters, energy monitoring software, and AC battery storage systems to solar distributors, OEMs, homeowners, and more.
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Electrical Utility
Entergy
Failed Utility Filter
Entergy produces 61.76% of its power from fossil fuels, 38.01% from nuclear, and 0.23% from renewables.
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.
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Wind Turbines
ESCO Technologies
Failed Defense Filter
ESCO derives its revenue in part from promoting grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, by enabling electric power grid operators to assess the integrity of high-voltage power delivery equipment. It however receives a larger portion of its revenue from products that have an end-market in commercial aerospace applications.
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Electrical Utility
Evergy
Failed Utility Filter
Evergy produces 50% of its power from fossil fuels, 29% from renewables, and 21% from nuclear.
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Electrical Utility
Eversource Energy
Failed Utility Filter
Eversource Energy produces 62.28% of its power from fossil fuels, 19.64% from renewables, 13.83% from non fossil fuel combustion, 4.24% from nuclear, and 0.01% from energy storage.
3.32%
Passed Utility Filter
Exelon produces 60.25% of its power from nuclear, 29.77% from fossil fuels, 9.62% from nuclear, and 0.36% from non fossil fuel combustion. It produces no power from coal and exceeds what is required of it by state regulations.
0.82%
Pure Play
First Solar sells its unique glass cadmium telluride solar modules as well as power plant solutions.
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Electrical Utility
FirstEnergy
Failed Utility Filter
FirstEnergy produces over 95% of its power from fossil fuels. The rest is from renewables.
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.
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Electrical Utility
Fortis
Lacks Sufficient Information
Fortis did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
0.05%
Pure Play
FTC Solar sells solar tracking systems that identifies the best positioning for a solar array to increase energy production.
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Microgrid
FuelCell Energy
Lacks Sufficient Information
FuelCell energy makes hydrogen fuel cells, a Drawdown solution. They also sell carbon capture services (but not storage) to the oil and gas industry, which we categorize as fossil fuel revenue. A revenue breakdown between the two is not present
0.02%
Pure Play
Fusion Fuel Green makes green hydrogen, while producing zero carbon emissions. While it does sell to natural gas networks, this is to replace fossil fuels with green hydrogen to help them meet decarbonization goals and therefore is not considered fossil fuel revenue.
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Biofuels
FutureFuel
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of FutureFuel's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
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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.
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Wind Turbines
General Electric
Failed Revenue Filter
General Electric derived 19.4% of its revenue from wind energy, a Drawdown solution, but received 21.8% of its revenue from various products dependent on oil and gas, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
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Electrical Utility
Genie Energy
Lacks Sufficient Information
Genie Energy did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
0.14%
Passed Revenue Filter
Gibraltar Industries derives its revenue in part from solar PVs, a drawdown solution, through the sale of solar racking and electrical balance of systems, while receiving no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
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Biofuels
Green Plains
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of Green Plain's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
0.30%
Pure Play
Hannon Armstrong only invests in sustainable projects, from building energy efficient to solar and wind farms.
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Electrical Utility
Hawaiian Electric Industries
Failed Utility Filter
Hawaiian Electric produces 71.6% of its power from fossil fuels, 23.9% from renewables, and 4.5% from non fossil fuel combustion.
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Electrical Utility
Huaneng Power International
Lacks Sufficient Information
Huaneng Power did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
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Grid Expansion
Hubbell
Lacks Sufficient Information
Hubbell derives a large part of its revenue from producing solutions that enhance Grid Flexibility, but also has customers in the gas industry whose portion of the revenue is not specified.
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Electrical Utility
IDACORP
Failed Utility Filter
IDACORP produces 59.8% of its power from renewables, 32.8% from fossil fuels, and 7.4% from mixed sources. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources even if the entirety of the mixed source power generation was from fossil fuels, 20.9% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
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Wind Turbines
IES Holdings
Lacks Sufficient Information
IES Holdings, services both wind energy projects and solar projects, both Drawdown solutions. It also services refineries, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue. It is unclear which takes up a greater portion of the revenue.
0.03%
Passed Revenue Filter
IEA generates 65.2% of its revenue from installing and restoring infrastructure services for wind and solar industries. It also offers heavy civil construction services like road and bridge construction.
0.02%
Passed Revenue Filter
iSun sells solar engineering, procurement and construction services. It also has an electrical and data segment that is separate from its solar offerings.
0.17%
Pure Play
Jinko sells solar modules, silicon wafers, solar cells, recovered silicon materials, and silicon ingots. It also constructs solar projects for power production.
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Electrical Utility
Kenon Holdings
Lacks Sufficient Information
Kenon Holdings did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
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Electrical Utility
Korea Electric Power
Lacks Sufficient Information
Korea Electric Power did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
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.
0.02%
Pure Play
Lighbridge focuses on the development of metallic nuclear fuels, which are safer and more economical, while effectively reducing carbon emissions.
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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.
0.42%
Passed Revenue Filter
MasTec, derives 32.2% of its revenue from promoting wind and solar energy, as well as grid flexibility, all Drawdown solutions, through the installation and construction of power generation facilities and the maintenance of electrical transmission lines and substations. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue (28.3%) for constructing and maintaining pipelines and processing facilities for the fossil fuel industry.
0.07%
Pure Play
Maxeon sells solar panels and other related components. It has over 1000 solar patents.
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Electrical Utility
MDU Resources Group
Failed Utility Filter
MDU produces 55.5% of its power from renewables, 25.6% from mixed sources, and 18.87% from renewables. Even if all of the mixed sources were renewable, MDU would still not have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources.
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Electrical Utility
MGE Energy
Failed Utility Filter
MGE produces 85.93% of its energy from fossil fuels and 14.07% from renewables.
0.10%
Passed Utility Filter
Montauk produces 100% of its power from non fossil fuel combustion. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
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Grid Expansion
MYR Group
Lacks Sufficient Information
limited gas construction services in T&D segment. No further breakdown of end-markets is given
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Electrical Utility
National Grid
Lacks Sufficient Information
Korea Electric Power did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
0.21%
Passed Revenue Filter
NexGen owns uranium exploration & development projects in Canada, and wholly or partially owns 4 subsidiaries that are engaged in the same business. But NXE is a capital pool . IPO'd on NYSE in March 2017. NexGen is still in the exploration and development stage and has not yet made any revenue.
5.00%
Passed Utility Filter
NextEra produces 49.98% of its power from fossil fuels, 39.42% from renewables, 10.59% from nuclear, and 0.01% from non fossil fuel combustion. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 2.47% of its power comes from coal, but it has a plan to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years. It exceeds state regulations.
0.42%
Passed Utility Filter
NextEra Energy Partners produces 100% of its power from renewables. None of its power comes from coal and it goes beyond requirements by local regulations on renewable portfolios.
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Electrical Utility
NiSource
Failed Utility Filter
NiSource produces 97.1% of its power from fossil fuels and 2.92% from renewables.
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Electrical Utility
NorthWestern
Failed Utility Filter
Northwestern produces 61% of its power from renewables and 29% from fossil fuels. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 20% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
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Electrical Utility
NRG Energy
Failed Utility Filter
NRG produces 86% of its power from fossil fuels, 9% from renewables, and 5% from nuclear.
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Grid Expansion
nVent Electric
Failed Defense Filter
nVent Electric sells military aerospace systems, battlefield networks and shipboard targeting systems, and combat aircrafts, which fails the defense filter since these products would be classified as weapons related.
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Ocean Power
Ocean Power Technologies
Failed Revenue Filter
Ocean Power Technologies, utilizes ocean power to provide electricity, a Drawdown solution. But 87% of its revenue comes from servicing the fossil fuel industry.
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Electrical Utility
OGE Energy
Failed Utility Filter
OGE produces 89% of its power from fossil fuels and 11% from renewables.
0.02%
Passed Revenue Filter
Orbital gnerated 55.9% of its revenue from engineering, procurement, and construction services for utility-scale solar and the maintenance of electric power transmission and distribution infrastructure. It made 44.1% from designs, installs, and commissions industrial gas sampling, measurement and delivery systems.
0.26%
Pure Play
Ormat produces goethermal energy systems that enable utilities to generate electricity using the heat of the earth.
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Electrical Utility
Otter Tail
Failed Utility Filter
Otter Tail produces 70.68% of its power from fossil fuels and 29.32% from renewables.
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Electrical Utility
Pampa Energía
Failed Utility Filter
Pampa produces 85% of its power from fossil fuels and 15% from renewables.
1.48%
Passed Utility Filter
PG&E produces 52% of its power from renewables, 44% from nuclear, and 3% from non fossil fuel combustion. It does not produce any of its power from coal and goes beyond what is required by state regulation for energy portfolios.
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Electrical Utility
Pinnacle West Capital
Failed Utility Filter
Pinnacle produces 64.19% of its power from fossil fuels, 27.81% from nuclear, and 8% from renewables.
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Biofuels
Planet Green Holdings
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of Planet Green's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
1.41%
Pure Play
Plug Power develops hydrogen fuel cell turnkey solutions through hydrogen fueling systems, proton exchange membrane technologies, and more.
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Electrical Utility
PNM Resources
Failed Utility Filter
PNM produces 62.6% of its power from fossil fuels, 23.1% from renewables, and 14.3% from nuclear.
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Grid Expansion
Polar Power
Lacks Sufficient Information
Polar Power, manufactures DC power systems that help with grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, but diesel, natural gas, and propane appear to the predominant formats. A revenue breakdown is not present.
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Electrical Utility
Portland General Electric
Failed Utility Filter
Portland GE produces 50.19% of its power from fossil fuels, 27.81% from nuclear, 14% from mixed sources, and 8% from renewables. Even if all of the power produced from mixed sources was from renewables, Portland still would not produce > 50% of its power from non fossil fuel sources.
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Electrical Utility
PPL
Failed Utility Filter
PPL produces 98.85% of its power from fossil fuels and 1.15% from renewables.
0.02%
Passed Revenue Filter
Preformed Line Products derives the majority of its revenue from improving grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, through the maintenance of energy networks, while receiving no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
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Electrical Utility
Public Service Enterprise Group
Failed Utility Filter
Public produces 54.91% of its power from fossil fuels, 40.41% from nuclear, 3.84% from renewables, 0.81% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 0.02% from fossil fuels.
0.05%
Passed Revenue Filter
PyroGenesis derives its revenue in part from plasma torches (for use in battery production) and waste to energy operations, both Drawdown solutions. It derives no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
1.08%
Passed Revenue Filter
Quanta Services, derives 69.4% revenue from improving grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, through various services, including the maintenance of electric power transmission and distribution infrastructure and substation facilities. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue (30.6%) from maintaining natural gas and oil distribution networks, which would be categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
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%
Pure Play
ReneSola constructs solar projects and sells project rights. It also owns some its own solar projects which generate electricity that is sold to customers.
0.21%
Passed Biofuel Filter
Over 50% of REGI's revenue comes from advanced biofuels made from low carbon feedstocks that emit 75% less carbon that gasoline.
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Biofuels
REX American Resources
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of Rex American's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
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.
2.61%
Passed Utility Filter
Sempra produces 52% of its power from renewables and 48% from fossil fuels. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
0.33%
Pure Play
Shoals sells electrical balance of system solutions for solar energy projects.
1.18%
Pure Play
SolarEdge Technologies sells DC inverter systems for PVs among other solar products, EV charging solutions, lithium-ion cells and batteries, and uninterrupted power supply solutions.
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Electrical Utility
Spark Energy
Failed Utility Filter
Spark produces 59.65% of its power from fossil fuels, 34.47% from nuclear, 4.82% from renewables, 1.03% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 0.03% from fuel cells.
0.02%
Pure Play
SPI Energy constructs solar projects for other power producers, owns its own solar projects which generate electricity that sells to utilities and other customers, and makes and sells both EVs and EV charging infrastructure.
0.17%
Passed Revenue Filter
SPX makes electrical transformers that enable the grid to expand. It also installs HVAC systems and underground pipe and cable locators.
0.19%
Pure Play
Stem makes it easy for buildings to most efficiently switch from onsite, to stored, to grid electricity with their artificial intelligence powered analytics platform that optimizes energy usage.
0.31%
Pure Play
Sunnova is a leading residential solar in the US
0.36%
Pure Play
SunPower sells electricity generated from solar as well as solar energy solutions and inverters. Some of its main customers include electrical utilities and
0.76%
Pure Play
Sunrun sells solar energy systems, such as panels, and also sells battery storage systems, primarily to residential homeowners..
0.02%
Pure Play
Sunworks sells photovoltaic systems for power production for residential and commercial and industrial clients.
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Electrical Utility
The AES
Failed Utility Filter
AES produces 78% of its power from fossil fuels and 22% from renewables.
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Electrical Utility
The Southern
Failed Utility Filter
The Southern produces 68% of its power from fossil fuels, 17% from nuclear, and 15% from coal.
0.09%
Passed Revenue Filter
TPI Composities generates 96% of its revenue from composite wind blades and related precision molding and assembly systems and the rest from manufacturing composite structures for automotive companies.
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Electrical Utility
TransAlta
Failed Utility Filter
TransAlta produces 65% of its power from fossil fuels and 35% from renewables.
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Electrical Utility
Unitil
Lacks Sufficient Information
Unitil did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter.
0.03%
Pure Play
Ur-Energy explores uranium mineral properties and has a stake in 12 projects in the U.S, helping power nuclear energy, a Drawdown solution.
0.05%
Passed Revenue Filter
Uranium Energy extracts and processes uranium, helping power the nuclear energy industry, as well as and titanium concentrates.
0.07%
Passed Revenue Filter
Veeco sells semiconductor and thin film process equipment, which can be used to make a variety of products including solar PVs, LEDs, and laser diodes.
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Grid Expansion
Vertiv Holdings
Lacks Sufficient Information
Vertiv Holdings Co improves grid flexibility, but has some customers in the fossil fuel industry whose portion of the revenue is not given.
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Grid Expansion
Vicor
Failed Defense Filter
Vicor sells defense electronics, which fails the defense filter because it sells a product to the defense industry that is not a Drawdown solution.
0.05%
Passed Revenue Filter
Village Farms sells greenhouse grown produce and conducts cannabis operations. It also operates a methane digester power plant and sells electricity generated from the plant to the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority.
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Electrical Utility
Vistra
Failed Utility Filter
Vista produces 88.4% of its power from fossil fuels, 11.3% from nuclear, and 0.3% from renewables.
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Electrical Utility
VivoPower International
Lacks Sufficient Information
VivoPower did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter.
2.26%
Passed Revenue Filter
Waste Connections, passes the landfill gas filter, but has no revenue breakdown present for its clean-up of oilfields, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
4.27%
Passed Landfill Filter
Waste Management has 146 out of 268 landfill operations equipped with a landfill gas capture to energy project, meaning it has the majority needed to pass the landfill filter.
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Electrical Utility
WEC Energy Group
Failed Utility Filter
WEC produces 62.2% of its power from fossil fuels, 19.6% from nuclear, 8.4% from mixed sources, and 7.4% from renewables. Even if all power produced from mixed sources was from renewables, WEC would still not have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources.
0.42%
Passed Revenue Filter
WESCO sells basic grid upgrade equipment like wires and cables but also smart grid products and range of transformers and distribution hardware.
0.02%
Pure Play
Westwater Resources generates 100% of its revenue from selling battery-ready graphite materials, a key component in battery construction.
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Nuclear Power
Williams Industrial Services Group
Lacks Sufficient Information
Williams Industrial Services Group maintains nuclear projects and some renewable projects, but also works on fossil fuel plants. It is unclear which is a majority of their revenue.
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Electrical Utility
Xcel Energy
Failed Utility Filter
Xcel produces 53% of its power from fossil fuels, 30% from renewables, 13% from nuclear, and 4% from mixed sources. Even if all of the power produced from mixed sources was from renewables, Xcel still would not produce > 50% of its power from non fossil fuel sources.
AAON, sells geothermal/water-source heat pumps, a Drawdown solution. It derives no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
Passed Revenue Filter
Advanced Energy Industries, sold their renewables business and therefore no longer produces a Drawdown solution
No Drawdown Solution
Advent sells components that influence the performance of hydrogen fuel cells to power, aviataion, automotive markets, and more.
Pure Play
Less than 50% of Aemetis' biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
Fails Biofuel 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.
Failed Revenue Filter
Algonquin produces 68% of its power from renewables and 28% from mixed sources. Even if all power produced from mixed sources was from fossil fuels, Algonquin would still have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
Passed Utility Filter
Allete did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
Alliant produces 86.29% of its power from fossil fuels and 13.71% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Ameren did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
American Electric Power produces 73% of its power from fossil fuels, 17% from renewable sources, 7% from nuclear, and 3% from energy efficiency.
Failed Utility Filter
Arcosa services wind farms and utilities to improve grid flexibility. It however makes more revenue from its storage, transportation, and construction products that serve the fossil fuel industry.
Failed Revenue Filter
Argan has a gas fired plant as well as providing services for other Drawdown solutions. It is unclear which it derives more revenue from.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Array sells solar tracking systems that use machine learning to identify the best positioning for a solar array to increase energy production.
Pure Play
Atlantic produces 70% of its power from fossil fuels, 20% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 10% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Atlantica produces 55.76% of its power from renewables and 44.24% from fossil fuels. None of its power comes from coal and it goes beyond requirements by local regulations on renewable portfolios.
Passed Utility Filter
Avangrid produces 91.95% of its power from renewable sources, 7.42% from fossil fuels, and 0.63% from non fossil fuel combustion. It does not use coal for power generation. It exceeds state regulations.
Passed Utility Filter
Avista produces 55% of its power from renewables, 43% from fossil fuels, and 2% from non fossil fuel combustion. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 9% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
Failed Utility Filter
Azure produces 100% of its power from renewables. It does not use coal to produce any of its power and exceeds what is required by local regulations.
Passed Utility Filter
AZZ sold their nuclear logistics business and therefore no longer produces a Drawdown solution
No Drawdown Solution
Babcock & Wilcox produces waste to energy and biomass solutions, both Drawdown solutions. It also works on carbon capture technologies, but not storage which we would define as fossil fuel revenue. A revenue breakdown is not present
Lacks Sufficient Information
Ballard sells proton exchange membrane fuel cell to transit bus, rail, critical infrastructure industries, and more.
Pure Play
BioHiTech sells biodigesters that enable schools, hospitals, and grocery stores to turn organic waste into fertilizer & fuel instead of going to rot in landfills.
Pure Play
Black Hills produces 90.99% of its power from fossil fuels and 9.01% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Bloom Energy's Energy Servers can operate using both hydrogen and biogas, both climate solutions, but a majority of its Energy Server's use natural gas. This use of natural gas is considered fossil fuel revenue, particularly because we don’t want to lock in natural gas emissions by a commitment to weak transitionary infrastructure.
Failed Revenue Filter
Broadwind, derives the majority of its revenue from the promotion of wind energy, a Drawdown solution, through selling steel towers and adapters to wind turbine manufacturers. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue from selling gearing, gearboxes, and systems to the oil and gas industry, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Passed Revenue Filter
Brookfield Infrastructure did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
Brookfield produces 97.24% of its power from renewables and 2.76% from unknown sources. Even if the unknown sources were all fossil fuel, it would still have >50% non fossil fuel power generation. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
Passed Utility Filter
BWX performs fabrication activities for missile launch tubes for US submarines, which fails the defense filter as this would be classified as weapons related.
Failed Defense Filter
Cameco mines and sells uranium for the purposes of nuclear fuel production.
Pure Play
Canadian Solar sells solar ingots, wafers, cells, modules, panels and other solar power products.
Pure Play
Capstone Green Energy produces microgrids and microturbines with renewable applications, both of which are Drawdown solutions, but receives the majority of its revenue from application of its microturbines to fossil fuel industries.
Failed Revenue Filter
Capstone Turbine produces microgrids and microturbines with renewable applications, both of which are Drawdown solutions, but receives the majority of its revenue from application of its microturbines to fossil fuel industries.
Failed Revenue Filter
Casella Waste Systems, derives its revenue in part from recycling, a Drawdown solution, and has landfill gas to energy operations, another Drawdown solution, at over 50% of the landfills it owns. It receives no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
Passed 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
CenterPoint produces 99.6% of its power from fossil fuels, 0.23% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 0.16% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras - Eletrobrás produces 92.45% of its power from renewables, 3.89% from nuclear, and 3.66% from fossil fuels. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 0.68% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
Failed Utility Filter
Central Puerto produces 67.13% of its power from fossil fuels and 32.87% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Centrus sells various components of nuclear fuel eg. parts of low-enriched uranium, and the provision of technical solutions to deploy advanced nuclear fuel production capabilities.
Pure Play
China Recycling Energy conducts waste to energy operations, but also utilizes gas from coal mining, which is considered as fossil fuel revenue. A revenue breakdown is not present.
Lacks Sufficient Information
CleanSpark sells distributed energy systems and microgrids, which help optimize energy consumption. It also provides a variety of digital services, including creative design.
Passed Revenue Filter
Clearway produces 62.68% of its power from renewables and 37.32% from fossil fuels. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
Passed Utility Filter
CMS produces 62.73% of its power from fossil fuels, 19.92% from nuclear, 7.67% from mixed sources, and 6.65% from renewables. Even if all of the mixed sources were renewable, CMS would still not have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources.
Failed Utility Filter
Less than 50% of CN Energy Group's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
Fails Biofuel Filter
Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais produces 100% of its power from renewable sources. It exceeds state regulations.
Passed Utility Filter
Consolidated Edison produces 52.5% of its power from fossil fuels, 37.5% from nuclear, 8.6% from renewables, and 1.3% from unknown sources. Even if all of the unknown sources were renewable, CE would still not have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources.
Failed Utility Filter
Covanta was acquired by a private entity on Dec 1, 2021 and is therefore removed from the Climate Index. Covanta makes a large portion of its revenue from waste to energy operations, a Drawdown solution. While it does own landfills which do not have >=50% landfill gas capture, these are for the purpose of ash disposal from its WtE operations and it does not appear revenue is derived from these landfills.
Failed Revenue Filter
Daqo sells high purity polysilicon used in solar photovoltaics to photovoltaic manufacturers.
Pure Play
Dominion did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
DTE produces 67.13% of its power from fossil fuels, 21.07% from nuclear, 10.26% from nuclear, and 1.54% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Duke Energy produces 61% of its power from fossil fuels, 37% from nuclear, and 2% from renewable.
Failed Utility Filter
DuPont de Nemours, has some end-markets in solar energy and LEDs, both Drawdown solutions, but derives a larger portion of its revenue from various products that have end-markets in the fossil fuel industry.
Failed Revenue Filter
Eaton derives the majority of its revenue from improving grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, through the sale of various electrical and power products. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue from the automotive industry, which would be categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Passed Revenue Filter
Edison International did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
Ellomay produces 75.5% of its power from fossil fuels, 15.6% from renewables, and 8.5% from non fossil fuel combustion.
Failed Utility Filter
Empresa Distribuidora y Comercializadora Norte Sociedad Anónima did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
Enbridge derives some of its revenue from solar and wind energy, both Drawdown solutions, but receives the majority of its revenue from pipeline work for the natural gas industry, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Revenue Filter
Enel Américas produces 62% of its power from renewables and 38% from fossil fuels. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 3% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
Failed Utility Filter
Enel Chile produces 62% of its power from renewables and 38% from fossil fuels. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 4.9% of its power comes from coal, but it has a plan to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years. It exceeds state regulations.
Passed Utility Filter
EnerSys sells missiles and smart weapons, which fails the defense filter since it sells weapons to the defense industry.
Failed Defense Filter
Enphase sells microinverters, energy monitoring software, and AC battery storage systems to solar distributors, OEMs, homeowners, and more.
Pure Play
Entergy produces 61.76% of its power from fossil fuels, 38.01% from nuclear, and 0.23% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
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
ESCO derives its revenue in part from promoting grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, by enabling electric power grid operators to assess the integrity of high-voltage power delivery equipment. It however receives a larger portion of its revenue from products that have an end-market in commercial aerospace applications.
Failed Defense Filter
Evergy produces 50% of its power from fossil fuels, 29% from renewables, and 21% from nuclear.
Failed Utility Filter
Eversource Energy produces 62.28% of its power from fossil fuels, 19.64% from renewables, 13.83% from non fossil fuel combustion, 4.24% from nuclear, and 0.01% from energy storage.
Failed Utility Filter
Exelon produces 60.25% of its power from nuclear, 29.77% from fossil fuels, 9.62% from nuclear, and 0.36% from non fossil fuel combustion. It produces no power from coal and exceeds what is required of it by state regulations.
Passed Utility Filter
First Solar sells its unique glass cadmium telluride solar modules as well as power plant solutions.
Pure Play
FirstEnergy produces over 95% of its power from fossil fuels. The rest is from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
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
Fortis did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
FTC Solar sells solar tracking systems that identifies the best positioning for a solar array to increase energy production.
Pure Play
FuelCell energy makes hydrogen fuel cells, a Drawdown solution. They also sell carbon capture services (but not storage) to the oil and gas industry, which we categorize as fossil fuel revenue. A revenue breakdown between the two is not present
Lacks Sufficient Information
Fusion Fuel Green makes green hydrogen, while producing zero carbon emissions. While it does sell to natural gas networks, this is to replace fossil fuels with green hydrogen to help them meet decarbonization goals and therefore is not considered fossil fuel revenue.
Pure Play
Less than 50% of FutureFuel's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
Fails Biofuel Filter
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
General Electric derived 19.4% of its revenue from wind energy, a Drawdown solution, but received 21.8% of its revenue from various products dependent on oil and gas, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Revenue Filter
Genie Energy did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
Gibraltar Industries derives its revenue in part from solar PVs, a drawdown solution, through the sale of solar racking and electrical balance of systems, while receiving no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
Passed Revenue Filter
Less than 50% of Green Plain's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
Fails Biofuel Filter
Hannon Armstrong only invests in sustainable projects, from building energy efficient to solar and wind farms.
Pure Play
Hawaiian Electric produces 71.6% of its power from fossil fuels, 23.9% from renewables, and 4.5% from non fossil fuel combustion.
Failed Utility Filter
Huaneng Power did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
Hubbell derives a large part of its revenue from producing solutions that enhance Grid Flexibility, but also has customers in the gas industry whose portion of the revenue is not specified.
Lacks Sufficient Information
IDACORP produces 59.8% of its power from renewables, 32.8% from fossil fuels, and 7.4% from mixed sources. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources even if the entirety of the mixed source power generation was from fossil fuels, 20.9% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
Failed Utility Filter
IES Holdings, services both wind energy projects and solar projects, both Drawdown solutions. It also services refineries, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue. It is unclear which takes up a greater portion of the revenue.
Lacks Sufficient Information
IEA generates 65.2% of its revenue from installing and restoring infrastructure services for wind and solar industries. It also offers heavy civil construction services like road and bridge construction.
Passed Revenue Filter
0.02%
iSun sells solar engineering, procurement and construction services. It also has an electrical and data segment that is separate from its solar offerings.
Passed Revenue Filter
Jinko sells solar modules, silicon wafers, solar cells, recovered silicon materials, and silicon ingots. It also constructs solar projects for power production.
Pure Play
Kenon Holdings did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
Korea Electric Power did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
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
Lighbridge focuses on the development of metallic nuclear fuels, which are safer and more economical, while effectively reducing carbon emissions.
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
MasTec, derives 32.2% of its revenue from promoting wind and solar energy, as well as grid flexibility, all Drawdown solutions, through the installation and construction of power generation facilities and the maintenance of electrical transmission lines and substations. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue (28.3%) for constructing and maintaining pipelines and processing facilities for the fossil fuel industry.
Passed Revenue Filter
Maxeon sells solar panels and other related components. It has over 1000 solar patents.
Pure Play
MDU produces 55.5% of its power from renewables, 25.6% from mixed sources, and 18.87% from renewables. Even if all of the mixed sources were renewable, MDU would still not have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources.
Failed Utility Filter
MGE produces 85.93% of its energy from fossil fuels and 14.07% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Montauk produces 100% of its power from non fossil fuel combustion. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
Passed Utility Filter
limited gas construction services in T&D segment. No further breakdown of end-markets is given
Lacks Sufficient Information
Korea Electric Power did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
NexGen owns uranium exploration & development projects in Canada, and wholly or partially owns 4 subsidiaries that are engaged in the same business. But NXE is a capital pool . IPO'd on NYSE in March 2017. NexGen is still in the exploration and development stage and has not yet made any revenue.
Passed Revenue Filter
NextEra produces 49.98% of its power from fossil fuels, 39.42% from renewables, 10.59% from nuclear, and 0.01% from non fossil fuel combustion. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 2.47% of its power comes from coal, but it has a plan to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years. It exceeds state regulations.
Passed Utility Filter
NextEra Energy Partners produces 100% of its power from renewables. None of its power comes from coal and it goes beyond requirements by local regulations on renewable portfolios.
Passed Utility Filter
NiSource produces 97.1% of its power from fossil fuels and 2.92% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Northwestern produces 61% of its power from renewables and 29% from fossil fuels. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 20% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
Failed Utility Filter
NRG produces 86% of its power from fossil fuels, 9% from renewables, and 5% from nuclear.
Failed Utility Filter
nVent Electric sells military aerospace systems, battlefield networks and shipboard targeting systems, and combat aircrafts, which fails the defense filter since these products would be classified as weapons related.
Failed Defense Filter
Ocean Power Technologies, utilizes ocean power to provide electricity, a Drawdown solution. But 87% of its revenue comes from servicing the fossil fuel industry.
Failed Revenue Filter
OGE produces 89% of its power from fossil fuels and 11% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Orbital gnerated 55.9% of its revenue from engineering, procurement, and construction services for utility-scale solar and the maintenance of electric power transmission and distribution infrastructure. It made 44.1% from designs, installs, and commissions industrial gas sampling, measurement and delivery systems.
Passed Revenue Filter
Ormat produces goethermal energy systems that enable utilities to generate electricity using the heat of the earth.
Pure Play
Otter Tail produces 70.68% of its power from fossil fuels and 29.32% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Pampa produces 85% of its power from fossil fuels and 15% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
PG&E produces 52% of its power from renewables, 44% from nuclear, and 3% from non fossil fuel combustion. It does not produce any of its power from coal and goes beyond what is required by state regulation for energy portfolios.
Passed Utility Filter
Pinnacle produces 64.19% of its power from fossil fuels, 27.81% from nuclear, and 8% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Less than 50% of Planet Green's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
Fails Biofuel Filter
Plug Power develops hydrogen fuel cell turnkey solutions through hydrogen fueling systems, proton exchange membrane technologies, and more.
Pure Play
PNM produces 62.6% of its power from fossil fuels, 23.1% from renewables, and 14.3% from nuclear.
Failed Utility Filter
Polar Power, manufactures DC power systems that help with grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, but diesel, natural gas, and propane appear to the predominant formats. A revenue breakdown is not present.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Portland GE produces 50.19% of its power from fossil fuels, 27.81% from nuclear, 14% from mixed sources, and 8% from renewables. Even if all of the power produced from mixed sources was from renewables, Portland still would not produce > 50% of its power from non fossil fuel sources.
Failed Utility Filter
PPL produces 98.85% of its power from fossil fuels and 1.15% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Preformed Line Products derives the majority of its revenue from improving grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, through the maintenance of energy networks, while receiving no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
Passed Revenue Filter
Public produces 54.91% of its power from fossil fuels, 40.41% from nuclear, 3.84% from renewables, 0.81% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 0.02% from fossil fuels.
Failed Utility Filter
PyroGenesis derives its revenue in part from plasma torches (for use in battery production) and waste to energy operations, both Drawdown solutions. It derives no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
Passed Revenue Filter
Quanta Services, derives 69.4% revenue from improving grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, through various services, including the maintenance of electric power transmission and distribution infrastructure and substation facilities. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue (30.6%) from maintaining natural gas and oil distribution networks, which would be categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Passed Revenue Filter
QuantumScape is fully focused on developign and selling solid-state lithium-metal batteries, some of which are used for EVs.
Pure Play
ReneSola constructs solar projects and sells project rights. It also owns some its own solar projects which generate electricity that is sold to customers.
Pure Play
Over 50% of REGI's revenue comes from advanced biofuels made from low carbon feedstocks that emit 75% less carbon that gasoline.
Passed Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of Rex American's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
Fails Biofuel 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.
Passed Revenue Filter
Sempra produces 52% of its power from renewables and 48% from fossil fuels. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
Passed Utility Filter
Shoals sells electrical balance of system solutions for solar energy projects.
Pure Play
SolarEdge Technologies sells DC inverter systems for PVs among other solar products, EV charging solutions, lithium-ion cells and batteries, and uninterrupted power supply solutions.
Pure Play
Spark produces 59.65% of its power from fossil fuels, 34.47% from nuclear, 4.82% from renewables, 1.03% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 0.03% from fuel cells.
Failed Utility Filter
SPI Energy constructs solar projects for other power producers, owns its own solar projects which generate electricity that sells to utilities and other customers, and makes and sells both EVs and EV charging infrastructure.
Pure Play
SPX makes electrical transformers that enable the grid to expand. It also installs HVAC systems and underground pipe and cable locators.
Passed Revenue Filter
0.19%
Stem makes it easy for buildings to most efficiently switch from onsite, to stored, to grid electricity with their artificial intelligence powered analytics platform that optimizes energy usage.
Pure Play
Sunnova is a leading residential solar in the US
Pure Play
SunPower sells electricity generated from solar as well as solar energy solutions and inverters. Some of its main customers include electrical utilities and
Pure Play
Sunrun sells solar energy systems, such as panels, and also sells battery storage systems, primarily to residential homeowners..
Pure Play
Sunworks sells photovoltaic systems for power production for residential and commercial and industrial clients.
Pure Play
AES produces 78% of its power from fossil fuels and 22% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
The Southern produces 68% of its power from fossil fuels, 17% from nuclear, and 15% from coal.
Failed Utility Filter
TPI Composities generates 96% of its revenue from composite wind blades and related precision molding and assembly systems and the rest from manufacturing composite structures for automotive companies.
Passed Revenue Filter
TransAlta produces 65% of its power from fossil fuels and 35% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Unitil did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Ur-Energy explores uranium mineral properties and has a stake in 12 projects in the U.S, helping power nuclear energy, a Drawdown solution.
Pure Play
Uranium Energy extracts and processes uranium, helping power the nuclear energy industry, as well as and titanium concentrates.
Passed Revenue Filter
Veeco sells semiconductor and thin film process equipment, which can be used to make a variety of products including solar PVs, LEDs, and laser diodes.
Passed Revenue Filter
Vertiv Holdings Co improves grid flexibility, but has some customers in the fossil fuel industry whose portion of the revenue is not given.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Vicor sells defense electronics, which fails the defense filter because it sells a product to the defense industry that is not a Drawdown solution.
Failed Defense Filter
Village Farms sells greenhouse grown produce and conducts cannabis operations. It also operates a methane digester power plant and sells electricity generated from the plant to the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority.
Passed Revenue Filter
Vista produces 88.4% of its power from fossil fuels, 11.3% from nuclear, and 0.3% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
VivoPower did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Waste Connections, passes the landfill gas filter, but has no revenue breakdown present for its clean-up of oilfields, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Passed Revenue Filter
Waste Management has 146 out of 268 landfill operations equipped with a landfill gas capture to energy project, meaning it has the majority needed to pass the landfill filter.
Passed Landfill Filter
WEC produces 62.2% of its power from fossil fuels, 19.6% from nuclear, 8.4% from mixed sources, and 7.4% from renewables. Even if all power produced from mixed sources was from renewables, WEC would still not have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources.
Failed Utility Filter
WESCO sells basic grid upgrade equipment like wires and cables but also smart grid products and range of transformers and distribution hardware.
Passed Revenue Filter
Westwater Resources generates 100% of its revenue from selling battery-ready graphite materials, a key component in battery construction.
Pure Play
Williams Industrial Services Group maintains nuclear projects and some renewable projects, but also works on fossil fuel plants. It is unclear which is a majority of their revenue.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Xcel produces 53% of its power from fossil fuels, 30% from renewables, 13% from nuclear, and 4% from mixed sources. Even if all of the power produced from mixed sources was from renewables, Xcel still would not produce > 50% of its power from non fossil fuel sources.
Failed Utility Filter
Passed Revenue Filter
AAON, sells geothermal/water-source heat pumps, a Drawdown solution. It derives no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
0.24%
No Drawdown Solution
Advanced Energy Industries, sold their renewables business and therefore no longer produces a Drawdown solution
Advent sells components that influence the performance of hydrogen fuel cells to power, aviataion, automotive markets, and more.
0.03%
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of Aemetis' biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
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.
Passed Utility Filter
Algonquin produces 68% of its power from renewables and 28% from mixed sources. Even if all power produced from mixed sources was from fossil fuels, Algonquin would still have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Allete did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Failed Utility Filter
Alliant produces 86.29% of its power from fossil fuels and 13.71% from renewables.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Ameren did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Failed Utility Filter
American Electric Power produces 73% of its power from fossil fuels, 17% from renewable sources, 7% from nuclear, and 3% from energy efficiency.
Failed Revenue Filter
Arcosa services wind farms and utilities to improve grid flexibility. It however makes more revenue from its storage, transportation, and construction products that serve the fossil fuel industry.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Argan has a gas fired plant as well as providing services for other Drawdown solutions. It is unclear which it derives more revenue from.
Pure Play
Array sells solar tracking systems that use machine learning to identify the best positioning for a solar array to increase energy production.
0.17%
Failed Utility Filter
Atlantic produces 70% of its power from fossil fuels, 20% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 10% from renewables.
Atlantica produces 55.76% of its power from renewables and 44.24% from fossil fuels. None of its power comes from coal and it goes beyond requirements by local regulations on renewable portfolios.
0.28%
Passed Utility Filter
Avangrid produces 91.95% of its power from renewable sources, 7.42% from fossil fuels, and 0.63% from non fossil fuel combustion. It does not use coal for power generation. It exceeds state regulations.
Failed Utility Filter
Avista produces 55% of its power from renewables, 43% from fossil fuels, and 2% from non fossil fuel combustion. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 9% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
Passed Utility Filter
Azure produces 100% of its power from renewables. It does not use coal to produce any of its power and exceeds what is required by local regulations.
No Drawdown Solution
AZZ sold their nuclear logistics business and therefore no longer produces a Drawdown solution
Lacks Sufficient Information
Babcock & Wilcox produces waste to energy and biomass solutions, both Drawdown solutions. It also works on carbon capture technologies, but not storage which we would define as fossil fuel revenue. A revenue breakdown is not present
Ballard sells proton exchange membrane fuel cell to transit bus, rail, critical infrastructure industries, and more.
0.35%
Pure Play
BioHiTech sells biodigesters that enable schools, hospitals, and grocery stores to turn organic waste into fertilizer & fuel instead of going to rot in landfills.
Failed Utility Filter
Black Hills produces 90.99% of its power from fossil fuels and 9.01% from renewables.
Failed Revenue Filter
Bloom Energy's Energy Servers can operate using both hydrogen and biogas, both climate solutions, but a majority of its Energy Server's use natural gas. This use of natural gas is considered fossil fuel revenue, particularly because we don’t want to lock in natural gas emissions by a commitment to weak transitionary infrastructure.
Passed Revenue Filter
Broadwind, derives the majority of its revenue from the promotion of wind energy, a Drawdown solution, through selling steel towers and adapters to wind turbine manufacturers. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue from selling gearing, gearboxes, and systems to the oil and gas industry, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Brookfield Infrastructure did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Passed Utility Filter
Brookfield produces 97.24% of its power from renewables and 2.76% from unknown sources. Even if the unknown sources were all fossil fuel, it would still have >50% non fossil fuel power generation. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
0.96%
Failed Defense Filter
BWX performs fabrication activities for missile launch tubes for US submarines, which fails the defense filter as this would be classified as weapons related.
Pure Play
Cameco mines and sells uranium for the purposes of nuclear fuel production.
Pure Play
Canadian Solar sells solar ingots, wafers, cells, modules, panels and other solar power products.
0.16%
Failed Revenue Filter
Capstone Green Energy produces microgrids and microturbines with renewable applications, both of which are Drawdown solutions, but receives the majority of its revenue from application of its microturbines to fossil fuel industries.
Failed Revenue Filter
Capstone Turbine produces microgrids and microturbines with renewable applications, both of which are Drawdown solutions, but receives the majority of its revenue from application of its microturbines to fossil fuel industries.
Passed Revenue Filter
Casella Waste Systems, derives its revenue in part from recycling, a Drawdown solution, and has landfill gas to energy operations, another Drawdown solution, at over 50% of the landfills it owns. It receives no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
CBAK makes 100% of its revenue from selling lithium batteries that are used in EV, electric tool, and energy storage applications.
Failed Utility Filter
CenterPoint produces 99.6% of its power from fossil fuels, 0.23% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 0.16% from renewables.
Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras - Eletrobrás produces 92.45% of its power from renewables, 3.89% from nuclear, and 3.66% from fossil fuels. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 0.68% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
Failed Utility Filter
Central Puerto produces 67.13% of its power from fossil fuels and 32.87% from renewables.
Pure Play
Centrus sells various components of nuclear fuel eg. parts of low-enriched uranium, and the provision of technical solutions to deploy advanced nuclear fuel production capabilities.
Lacks Sufficient Information
China Recycling Energy conducts waste to energy operations, but also utilizes gas from coal mining, which is considered as fossil fuel revenue. A revenue breakdown is not present.
Passed Revenue Filter
CleanSpark sells distributed energy systems and microgrids, which help optimize energy consumption. It also provides a variety of digital services, including creative design.
0.05%
Passed Utility Filter
Clearway produces 62.68% of its power from renewables and 37.32% from fossil fuels. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
0.45%
Failed Utility Filter
CMS produces 62.73% of its power from fossil fuels, 19.92% from nuclear, 7.67% from mixed sources, and 6.65% from renewables. Even if all of the mixed sources were renewable, CMS would still not have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources.
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of CN Energy Group's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais produces 100% of its power from renewable sources. It exceeds state regulations.
Failed Utility Filter
Consolidated Edison produces 52.5% of its power from fossil fuels, 37.5% from nuclear, 8.6% from renewables, and 1.3% from unknown sources. Even if all of the unknown sources were renewable, CE would still not have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources.
Failed Revenue Filter
Covanta was acquired by a private entity on Dec 1, 2021 and is therefore removed from the Climate Index. Covanta makes a large portion of its revenue from waste to energy operations, a Drawdown solution. While it does own landfills which do not have >=50% landfill gas capture, these are for the purpose of ash disposal from its WtE operations and it does not appear revenue is derived from these landfills.
Pure Play
Daqo sells high purity polysilicon used in solar photovoltaics to photovoltaic manufacturers.
0.36%
Lacks Sufficient Information
Dominion did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Failed Utility Filter
DTE produces 67.13% of its power from fossil fuels, 21.07% from nuclear, 10.26% from nuclear, and 1.54% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Duke Energy produces 61% of its power from fossil fuels, 37% from nuclear, and 2% from renewable.
Failed Revenue Filter
DuPont de Nemours, has some end-markets in solar energy and LEDs, both Drawdown solutions, but derives a larger portion of its revenue from various products that have end-markets in the fossil fuel industry.
Passed Revenue Filter
Eaton derives the majority of its revenue from improving grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, through the sale of various electrical and power products. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue from the automotive industry, which would be categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Edison International did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Failed Utility Filter
Ellomay produces 75.5% of its power from fossil fuels, 15.6% from renewables, and 8.5% from non fossil fuel combustion.
Empresa Distribuidora y Comercializadora Norte Sociedad Anónima did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Failed Revenue Filter
Enbridge derives some of its revenue from solar and wind energy, both Drawdown solutions, but receives the majority of its revenue from pipeline work for the natural gas industry, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Utility Filter
Enel Américas produces 62% of its power from renewables and 38% from fossil fuels. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 3% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
Passed Utility Filter
Enel Chile produces 62% of its power from renewables and 38% from fossil fuels. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 4.9% of its power comes from coal, but it has a plan to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years. It exceeds state regulations.
Failed Defense Filter
EnerSys sells missiles and smart weapons, which fails the defense filter since it sells weapons to the defense industry.
Pure Play
Enphase sells microinverters, energy monitoring software, and AC battery storage systems to solar distributors, OEMs, homeowners, and more.
2.00%
Failed Utility Filter
Entergy produces 61.76% of its power from fossil fuels, 38.01% from nuclear, and 0.23% from renewables.
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.
Failed Defense Filter
ESCO derives its revenue in part from promoting grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, by enabling electric power grid operators to assess the integrity of high-voltage power delivery equipment. It however receives a larger portion of its revenue from products that have an end-market in commercial aerospace applications.
Failed Utility Filter
Evergy produces 50% of its power from fossil fuels, 29% from renewables, and 21% from nuclear.
Failed Utility Filter
Eversource Energy produces 62.28% of its power from fossil fuels, 19.64% from renewables, 13.83% from non fossil fuel combustion, 4.24% from nuclear, and 0.01% from energy storage.
Passed Utility Filter
Exelon produces 60.25% of its power from nuclear, 29.77% from fossil fuels, 9.62% from nuclear, and 0.36% from non fossil fuel combustion. It produces no power from coal and exceeds what is required of it by state regulations.
Pure Play
First Solar sells its unique glass cadmium telluride solar modules as well as power plant solutions.
0.82%
Failed Utility Filter
FirstEnergy produces over 95% of its power from fossil fuels. The rest is from renewables.
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
Fortis did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Pure Play
FTC Solar sells solar tracking systems that identifies the best positioning for a solar array to increase energy production.
0.05%
Lacks Sufficient Information
FuelCell energy makes hydrogen fuel cells, a Drawdown solution. They also sell carbon capture services (but not storage) to the oil and gas industry, which we categorize as fossil fuel revenue. A revenue breakdown between the two is not present
Pure Play
Fusion Fuel Green makes green hydrogen, while producing zero carbon emissions. While it does sell to natural gas networks, this is to replace fossil fuels with green hydrogen to help them meet decarbonization goals and therefore is not considered fossil fuel revenue.
0.02%
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of FutureFuel's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
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.
Failed Revenue Filter
General Electric derived 19.4% of its revenue from wind energy, a Drawdown solution, but received 21.8% of its revenue from various products dependent on oil and gas, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Genie Energy did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Passed Revenue Filter
Gibraltar Industries derives its revenue in part from solar PVs, a drawdown solution, through the sale of solar racking and electrical balance of systems, while receiving no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
0.14%
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of Green Plain's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
Hannon Armstrong only invests in sustainable projects, from building energy efficient to solar and wind farms.
0.30%
Failed Utility Filter
Hawaiian Electric produces 71.6% of its power from fossil fuels, 23.9% from renewables, and 4.5% from non fossil fuel combustion.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Huaneng Power did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
Hubbell derives a large part of its revenue from producing solutions that enhance Grid Flexibility, but also has customers in the gas industry whose portion of the revenue is not specified.
Failed Utility Filter
IDACORP produces 59.8% of its power from renewables, 32.8% from fossil fuels, and 7.4% from mixed sources. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources even if the entirety of the mixed source power generation was from fossil fuels, 20.9% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
Lacks Sufficient Information
IES Holdings, services both wind energy projects and solar projects, both Drawdown solutions. It also services refineries, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue. It is unclear which takes up a greater portion of the revenue.
IEA generates 65.2% of its revenue from installing and restoring infrastructure services for wind and solar industries. It also offers heavy civil construction services like road and bridge construction.
Passed Revenue Filter
iSun sells solar engineering, procurement and construction services. It also has an electrical and data segment that is separate from its solar offerings.
0.02%
Pure Play
Jinko sells solar modules, silicon wafers, solar cells, recovered silicon materials, and silicon ingots. It also constructs solar projects for power production.
0.17%
Lacks Sufficient Information
Kenon Holdings did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
Korea Electric Power did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
KULR sells thermal management technologies that are used in the lithium-ion batteries to ensure they stay within safe operating temperatures.
Pure Play
Lighbridge focuses on the development of metallic nuclear fuels, which are safer and more economical, while effectively reducing carbon emissions.
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.
Passed Revenue Filter
MasTec, derives 32.2% of its revenue from promoting wind and solar energy, as well as grid flexibility, all Drawdown solutions, through the installation and construction of power generation facilities and the maintenance of electrical transmission lines and substations. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue (28.3%) for constructing and maintaining pipelines and processing facilities for the fossil fuel industry.
Maxeon sells solar panels and other related components. It has over 1000 solar patents.
0.07%
Failed Utility Filter
MDU produces 55.5% of its power from renewables, 25.6% from mixed sources, and 18.87% from renewables. Even if all of the mixed sources were renewable, MDU would still not have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources.
Failed Utility Filter
MGE produces 85.93% of its energy from fossil fuels and 14.07% from renewables.
Passed Utility Filter
Montauk produces 100% of its power from non fossil fuel combustion. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
Lacks Sufficient Information
limited gas construction services in T&D segment. No further breakdown of end-markets is given
Lacks Sufficient Information
Korea Electric Power did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Passed Revenue Filter
NexGen owns uranium exploration & development projects in Canada, and wholly or partially owns 4 subsidiaries that are engaged in the same business. But NXE is a capital pool . IPO'd on NYSE in March 2017. NexGen is still in the exploration and development stage and has not yet made any revenue.
Passed Utility Filter
NextEra produces 49.98% of its power from fossil fuels, 39.42% from renewables, 10.59% from nuclear, and 0.01% from non fossil fuel combustion. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 2.47% of its power comes from coal, but it has a plan to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years. It exceeds state regulations.
Passed Utility Filter
NextEra Energy Partners produces 100% of its power from renewables. None of its power comes from coal and it goes beyond requirements by local regulations on renewable portfolios.
0.42%
Failed Utility Filter
NiSource produces 97.1% of its power from fossil fuels and 2.92% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Northwestern produces 61% of its power from renewables and 29% from fossil fuels. While it passes the generation mix criteria of > 50% non fossil fuel sources, 20% of its power comes from coal and it has no plans to shut down its coal plants within the next 3 years.
Failed Utility Filter
NRG produces 86% of its power from fossil fuels, 9% from renewables, and 5% from nuclear.
Failed Defense Filter
nVent Electric sells military aerospace systems, battlefield networks and shipboard targeting systems, and combat aircrafts, which fails the defense filter since these products would be classified as weapons related.
Failed Revenue Filter
Ocean Power Technologies, utilizes ocean power to provide electricity, a Drawdown solution. But 87% of its revenue comes from servicing the fossil fuel industry.
Failed Utility Filter
OGE produces 89% of its power from fossil fuels and 11% from renewables.
Passed Revenue Filter
Orbital gnerated 55.9% of its revenue from engineering, procurement, and construction services for utility-scale solar and the maintenance of electric power transmission and distribution infrastructure. It made 44.1% from designs, installs, and commissions industrial gas sampling, measurement and delivery systems.
0.02%
Pure Play
Ormat produces goethermal energy systems that enable utilities to generate electricity using the heat of the earth.
0.26%
Failed Utility Filter
Otter Tail produces 70.68% of its power from fossil fuels and 29.32% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Pampa produces 85% of its power from fossil fuels and 15% from renewables.
Passed Utility Filter
PG&E produces 52% of its power from renewables, 44% from nuclear, and 3% from non fossil fuel combustion. It does not produce any of its power from coal and goes beyond what is required by state regulation for energy portfolios.
Failed Utility Filter
Pinnacle produces 64.19% of its power from fossil fuels, 27.81% from nuclear, and 8% from renewables.
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of Planet Green's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
Pure Play
Plug Power develops hydrogen fuel cell turnkey solutions through hydrogen fueling systems, proton exchange membrane technologies, and more.
1.41%
Failed Utility Filter
PNM produces 62.6% of its power from fossil fuels, 23.1% from renewables, and 14.3% from nuclear.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Polar Power, manufactures DC power systems that help with grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, but diesel, natural gas, and propane appear to the predominant formats. A revenue breakdown is not present.
Failed Utility Filter
Portland GE produces 50.19% of its power from fossil fuels, 27.81% from nuclear, 14% from mixed sources, and 8% from renewables. Even if all of the power produced from mixed sources was from renewables, Portland still would not produce > 50% of its power from non fossil fuel sources.
Failed Utility Filter
PPL produces 98.85% of its power from fossil fuels and 1.15% from renewables.
Passed Revenue Filter
Preformed Line Products derives the majority of its revenue from improving grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, through the maintenance of energy networks, while receiving no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
Failed Utility Filter
Public produces 54.91% of its power from fossil fuels, 40.41% from nuclear, 3.84% from renewables, 0.81% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 0.02% from fossil fuels.
Passed Revenue Filter
PyroGenesis derives its revenue in part from plasma torches (for use in battery production) and waste to energy operations, both Drawdown solutions. It derives no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
Passed Revenue Filter
Quanta Services, derives 69.4% revenue from improving grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, through various services, including the maintenance of electric power transmission and distribution infrastructure and substation facilities. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue (30.6%) from maintaining natural gas and oil distribution networks, which would be categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Pure Play
QuantumScape is fully focused on developign and selling solid-state lithium-metal batteries, some of which are used for EVs.
Pure Play
ReneSola constructs solar projects and sells project rights. It also owns some its own solar projects which generate electricity that is sold to customers.
0.03%
Passed Biofuel Filter
Over 50% of REGI's revenue comes from advanced biofuels made from low carbon feedstocks that emit 75% less carbon that gasoline.
0.21%
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of Rex American's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
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.
Passed Utility Filter
Sempra produces 52% of its power from renewables and 48% from fossil fuels. It produces no power from coal and has exceeded what is required of it by local regulations in regards to renewable portfolios.
Shoals sells electrical balance of system solutions for solar energy projects.
0.33%
SolarEdge Technologies sells DC inverter systems for PVs among other solar products, EV charging solutions, lithium-ion cells and batteries, and uninterrupted power supply solutions.
1.18%
Failed Utility Filter
Spark produces 59.65% of its power from fossil fuels, 34.47% from nuclear, 4.82% from renewables, 1.03% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 0.03% from fuel cells.
Pure Play
SPI Energy constructs solar projects for other power producers, owns its own solar projects which generate electricity that sells to utilities and other customers, and makes and sells both EVs and EV charging infrastructure.
0.02%
Passed Revenue Filter
SPX makes electrical transformers that enable the grid to expand. It also installs HVAC systems and underground pipe and cable locators.
Pure Play
Stem makes it easy for buildings to most efficiently switch from onsite, to stored, to grid electricity with their artificial intelligence powered analytics platform that optimizes energy usage.
0.19%
Sunnova is a leading residential solar in the US
0.31%
Pure Play
SunPower sells electricity generated from solar as well as solar energy solutions and inverters. Some of its main customers include electrical utilities and
0.36%
Pure Play
Sunrun sells solar energy systems, such as panels, and also sells battery storage systems, primarily to residential homeowners..
0.76%
Pure Play
Sunworks sells photovoltaic systems for power production for residential and commercial and industrial clients.
0.02%
Failed Utility Filter
AES produces 78% of its power from fossil fuels and 22% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
The Southern produces 68% of its power from fossil fuels, 17% from nuclear, and 15% from coal.
Passed Revenue Filter
TPI Composities generates 96% of its revenue from composite wind blades and related precision molding and assembly systems and the rest from manufacturing composite structures for automotive companies.
Failed Utility Filter
TransAlta produces 65% of its power from fossil fuels and 35% from renewables.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Unitil did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter.
Pure Play
Ur-Energy explores uranium mineral properties and has a stake in 12 projects in the U.S, helping power nuclear energy, a Drawdown solution.
Passed Revenue Filter
Uranium Energy extracts and processes uranium, helping power the nuclear energy industry, as well as and titanium concentrates.
Passed Revenue Filter
Veeco sells semiconductor and thin film process equipment, which can be used to make a variety of products including solar PVs, LEDs, and laser diodes.
0.07%
Lacks Sufficient Information
Vertiv Holdings Co improves grid flexibility, but has some customers in the fossil fuel industry whose portion of the revenue is not given.
Failed Defense Filter
Vicor sells defense electronics, which fails the defense filter because it sells a product to the defense industry that is not a Drawdown solution.
Passed Revenue Filter
Village Farms sells greenhouse grown produce and conducts cannabis operations. It also operates a methane digester power plant and sells electricity generated from the plant to the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority.
Failed Utility Filter
Vista produces 88.4% of its power from fossil fuels, 11.3% from nuclear, and 0.3% from renewables.
Lacks Sufficient Information
VivoPower did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter.
Passed Revenue Filter
Waste Connections, passes the landfill gas filter, but has no revenue breakdown present for its clean-up of oilfields, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Passed Landfill Filter
Waste Management has 146 out of 268 landfill operations equipped with a landfill gas capture to energy project, meaning it has the majority needed to pass the landfill filter.
Failed Utility Filter
WEC produces 62.2% of its power from fossil fuels, 19.6% from nuclear, 8.4% from mixed sources, and 7.4% from renewables. Even if all power produced from mixed sources was from renewables, WEC would still not have >50% power from non fossil fuel sources.
Passed Revenue Filter
WESCO sells basic grid upgrade equipment like wires and cables but also smart grid products and range of transformers and distribution hardware.
0.42%
Westwater Resources generates 100% of its revenue from selling battery-ready graphite materials, a key component in battery construction.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Williams Industrial Services Group maintains nuclear projects and some renewable projects, but also works on fossil fuel plants. It is unclear which is a majority of their revenue.
Failed Utility Filter
Xcel produces 53% of its power from fossil fuels, 30% from renewables, 13% from nuclear, and 4% from mixed sources. Even if all of the power produced from mixed sources was from renewables, Xcel still would not produce > 50% of its power from non fossil fuel sources.
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