From electric cars, to e-bikes, to charging infrastructure, to telepresence, see below for the full list of every zero carbon transportation stock in Carbon Collective's Climate Index.

To solve climate change, we need to stop using fossil fuels to move things.

28% of US greenhouse gas emissions in 2018 came from the transportation sector. 59% from light vehicles (cars), 23% from trucks and shipping, and 9% from airplanes (source). Our global civilization and economies are completely dependent on this fast, relatively cheap transportation of us and our stuff. So to solve climate change, we need to transition our cars, trucks, and eventually planes to run without using fossil fuels.

We need to do it quickly.

When someone buys a new car or a truck, they generally intend to use it for at least 5-10 years. So a gas-powered car bought in 2021 will likely “lock-in” 5-10 years of fuel combustion. In 2020, 3% of car sales in the US were electric. To be on a path to decarbonizing our transportation system, 50% of cars sold in the US must be electric by 2050.

The good news for electric cars is: the technology is fairly mature (thank you, Tesla), they are far better than fossil-fuel powered cars in almost every way (maintenance costs, performance, etc.), and the up front prices will soon reach parity with equivalent fossil-fuel powered cars.

And their emissions are far lower. A 2018 study found that an electric car running on standard, dirty grid electricity produced 30% lower emissions over its lifetime (manufacturing included) and one running on cleaner electricity produced 70% lower emissions. As the grid decarbonizes and battery and auto manufacturers convert to zero-carbon manufacturing, we anticipate the emissions of EV's to drop even lower.

It’s more than just electric cars.

A zero-carbon transportation system will require far more than electric cars. From forklifts to backhoes, heavy equipment can be powered using fuel cells and green hydrogen. Airplanes can transition to burning synthetic fuels refined from used cooking oils (circular economy). Battery production must increase many, many times over. And we need electric vehicles and green hydrogen charging/refueling stations to become as ubiquitous as gas stations.

Here are the publicly traded companies that are making it happen. This list represents all of the zero-carbon transportation and electric car stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange (except for penny stocks whose share prices were less than $0.50 in our last update).

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

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4.34%
Passed Revenue Filter
ABB makes most of its revenue from grid flexibility and EVs through the sale of substation packages and charging infrastructure. It receives no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
0.03%
Pure Play
Arcimoto is known for making 3-wheeled EVs, such as an all-electric rapid response vehicle for emergency services and an EV for last-mile delivery.
0.66%
Pure Play
Arrival makes 100% of its revenue from electric vans and buses and is developing an electric car in partnership with Uber to electrify ridesharing.
0.07%
Pure Play
AudioCodes offers software and productivity solutions for virtual work environments, including VoIP network routing solutions, media servers, and value added applications.
0.02%
Pure Play
Ayro makes all of its revenue from selling electric vehicles for last-mile delivery, which can access tight areas like university paths and business parks.
0.02%
Pure Play
Beam Global sells EV charging solutions, such as an infrastructure product that uses solar power and battery storage to power an EV charging station.
0.09%
Pure Play
Blink operates EV charging stations that are placed in various locations across a wide geographic range. EV owners pay to recharge their vehicles at these stations.
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Electric Vehicles
BorgWarner
Failed Revenue Filter
BorgWarner produces some solutions for EVs, a Drawdown solution, but makes a much larger portion of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles.
0.12%
Pure Play
Canoo makes all of its revenue from a range of electric delivery and mutli-purpose vehicles including an electric skateboard.
0.50%
Pure Play
ChargePoint sells EV charging solutions like smart charging stations for electric vehicles, which can be used by fleets or individual owners.
0.02%
Pure Play
ClearOne sells audio conferencing products, as well as sound-reinforcement products that help with connecting virtually.
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Electric Vehicles
Cummins
Failed Revenue Filter
Cummins derives a very small part of its revenue from hydrogen production solutions and electrified power systems, but a much larger portion of its revenue is from ICE parts and oil & gas markets, both of which would be categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
-
Electric Vehicles
Dana
Lacks Sufficient Information
Dana sells both EV and ICE parts. A revenue breakdown between those two segments is not provided.
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Efficient Aviation
Delta Air Lines
No Drawdown Solution
While Delta is known for its forward thinking stance on climate, it does not derive any revenue from its sustainability initiatives.
3.49%
Pure Play
DocuSign provides an e-signature solution allows for digital signing of agreements and documents, saving many sheets of paper and transit miles
-
Electric Vehicles
Electrameccanica Vehicles
Failed Revenue Filter
Electrameccanica Vehicles. has no sales of electric vehicles to date. It has some sales in its custom build segment, which we categorize as fossil fuel revenue.
0.02%
Pure Play
EZGO generates 100% of its revenue from selling e-bicycles, e-tricycles, and lithium batteries to the fast-growing Chinese market.
0.30%
Pure Play
Fisker generates 100% of its revenue from selling and leasing luxury and high end electric vehicles.
-
Electric Vehicles
Ford Motor
Failed Revenue Filter
Ford Motor produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
-
Electric Vehicles
General Motors
Failed Revenue Filter
General Motors produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
-
Electric Vehicles
Genuine Parts
Failed Revenue Filter
Genuine Parts sells auto parts and while it does seem to service the EV industry in part, its business is mostly oriented towards ICE vehicles. It even lists EV adoption as a risk to its business.
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Efficient Aviation
Gevo
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of Gevo's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
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Electric Vehicles
Greenland Technologies Holding
No Drawdown Solution
Greenland Technologies Holding has yet to produce any electric vehicles since that division was opened in December 2020.
0.02%
Pure Play
GreenPower generates 100% of its revenue from electric vehicles for passenger, student, and cargo transportation.
-
Hybrid Cars
Honda Motor
Failed Revenue Filter
Honda Motor Co., . produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
-
Electric Vehicles
Hyliion Holdings
Lacks Sufficient Information
Hyliion Holdings. derives its revenue by selling electrified and hybrid powertrain solutions, a Drawdown solution, but also sells powertrain systems that can be fueled with CNG, which is considered fossil fuel revenue. The revenue breakdown between these products is not provided.
0.05%
Passed Revenue Filter
Ideanomics generated 74.6% of its revenue from EVs and EV charging infrastructure and 19.3% from traditional combustion vehicles in 2020.
0.02%
Pure Play
Jiuzi makes all of its revenue from selling EVs and EV sales franchines in China, one of the fastest growing automobile markets on the planet.
0.07%
Pure Play
Kaltura offers video products that are heavily used in distance learning for virtual classrooms.
0.02%
Passed Revenue Filter
Kandi generated 61.2% of its revenue from EV parts and electric scooters and 38.8% from traditional offroad vehicles in 2020.
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Hybrid Cars
Lear
Failed Revenue Filter
Lear manufactures some electrification products, but 94.1% of its revenue comes from acting as a supplier for traditional automotives.
2.17%
Pure Play
Li Auto generates 100% of its revenue from selling electric SUV's and luxury vehicles in China, one of the fastest growing markets for SUV's
0.03%
Pure Play
Lightning eMotors makes electric fleet medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, such as delivery trucks and shuttle buses, as well as charging stations for EVs.
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Electric Vehicles
Lordstown Motors
Fraud
Lordstown Motors was credibly accused of fraud by a shortselling investor in 2021
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Carpooling
Lyft
No Drawdown Solution
Lyft theoretically enables rideshareing, a Drawdown solution, but in practice likely increases emissions due to drivers going further from their homes daily to service higher paying regions.
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Electric Vehicles
Nikola
Fraud
Nikola was credibly accused of fraud by whistleblower investors in 2020
4.12%
Pure Play
NIO produces electric SUVs and sedans for the Chinese market plus enable customers to swap their batteries using a subscription instead of needing to recharge.
0.12%
Pure Play
Niu generates 100% of its revenue from selling their electric-scooters. They have over 800,000 active riders using their products.
0.02%
Pure Play
Nuvve sells vehicle to grid technology that allows EV owners to store and resell energy to the grid.
-
Electric Vehicles
ON Semiconductor
No Drawdown Solution
ON manufacturs semiconductors for many industries, none of them specifically being Drawdown solutions.
0.16%
Pure Play
Proterra generates 100% of its revenue from building and selling electric vehicles, including electric buses used in mass transit
-
Electric Vehicles
Stellantis N.V.
Failed Revenue Filter
Stellantis N.V. produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which we categorize as fossil fuel revenue.
-
Electric Vehicles
Tantech Holdings
No Drawdown Solution
Tantech Holdings put a hold on manufacturing electric vehicles, meaning they do not produce a Drawdown solution
-
Electric Vehicles
Tata Motors
Failed Revenue Filter
Tata Motors Limited produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives 99.8% of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
5.00%
Pure Play
Tesla generates 100% of its revenue from Drawdown solutions: electric vehicles, solar energy generation, and energy storage products.
0.17%
Pure Play
Lion Electric sells all-electric medium and heavy-duty urban vehicles like trucks and buses to electrify mass transportation.
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Hybrid Cars
Toyota Motor
Failed Revenue Filter
Toyota Motor produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which we categorize as fossil fuel revenue.
-
Electric Vehicles
Trimble
No Drawdown Solution
Trimble does not build any of its products for EV's specifically, meaning it does not offer a Drawdown solution
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Mass Transit
Tutor Perini
Failed Defense Filter
Tutor Perini builds military defense facilities, which fails the defense filter because it sells a product/service to the military that is not a Drawdown solution.
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Carpooling
Uber Technologies
No Drawdown Solution
Uber theoretically enables rideshareing, a Drawdown solution, but in practice likely increases emissions due to drivers going further from their homes daily to service higher paying regions.
-
Electric Vehicles
Ultralife
Failed Defense Filter
Ultralife derives the majority of its revenue from the promotion of electric vehicles and energy storage, both Drawdown solutions, through the sale of lithium batteries and electric vehicle charging solutions. A smaller portion of its revenue comes from end-markets in the fossil fuel industry.
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Mass Transit
Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies
No Drawdown Solution
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Electric Vehicles
Workhorse Group
Fraud
Workhorse Group was credibly accused of fraud by a shortselling investor in 2021
0.05%
Pure Play
XL Fleet. sells various EV products, such as hybrid electric drive systems and electrification-as-a-service, and lithium-ion battery packs. Over 150 million miles have been driven on XL's hybrid systems.
2.55%
Pure Play
XPeng sells electric vehicles, including electric sedans for the fast growing Chinese market.
4.94%
Pure Play
Zoom offers video, phone, and chat communications technology and services.
ABB makes most of its revenue from grid flexibility and EVs through the sale of substation packages and charging infrastructure. It receives no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
Passed Revenue Filter
Arcimoto is known for making 3-wheeled EVs, such as an all-electric rapid response vehicle for emergency services and an EV for last-mile delivery.
Pure Play
Arrival makes 100% of its revenue from electric vans and buses and is developing an electric car in partnership with Uber to electrify ridesharing.
Pure Play
AudioCodes offers software and productivity solutions for virtual work environments, including VoIP network routing solutions, media servers, and value added applications.
Pure Play
Ayro makes all of its revenue from selling electric vehicles for last-mile delivery, which can access tight areas like university paths and business parks.
Pure Play
Beam Global sells EV charging solutions, such as an infrastructure product that uses solar power and battery storage to power an EV charging station.
Pure Play
Blink operates EV charging stations that are placed in various locations across a wide geographic range. EV owners pay to recharge their vehicles at these stations.
Pure Play
BorgWarner produces some solutions for EVs, a Drawdown solution, but makes a much larger portion of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles.
Failed Revenue Filter
Canoo makes all of its revenue from a range of electric delivery and mutli-purpose vehicles including an electric skateboard.
Pure Play
ChargePoint sells EV charging solutions like smart charging stations for electric vehicles, which can be used by fleets or individual owners.
Pure Play
ClearOne sells audio conferencing products, as well as sound-reinforcement products that help with connecting virtually.
Pure Play
Cummins derives a very small part of its revenue from hydrogen production solutions and electrified power systems, but a much larger portion of its revenue is from ICE parts and oil & gas markets, both of which would be categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Revenue Filter
Dana sells both EV and ICE parts. A revenue breakdown between those two segments is not provided.
Lacks Sufficient Information
While Delta is known for its forward thinking stance on climate, it does not derive any revenue from its sustainability initiatives.
No Drawdown Solution
DocuSign provides an e-signature solution allows for digital signing of agreements and documents, saving many sheets of paper and transit miles
Pure Play
Electrameccanica Vehicles. has no sales of electric vehicles to date. It has some sales in its custom build segment, which we categorize as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Revenue Filter
EZGO generates 100% of its revenue from selling e-bicycles, e-tricycles, and lithium batteries to the fast-growing Chinese market.
Pure Play
Fisker generates 100% of its revenue from selling and leasing luxury and high end electric vehicles.
Pure Play
Ford Motor produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Revenue Filter
General Motors produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Revenue Filter
Genuine Parts sells auto parts and while it does seem to service the EV industry in part, its business is mostly oriented towards ICE vehicles. It even lists EV adoption as a risk to its business.
Failed Revenue Filter
Less than 50% of Gevo's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
Fails Biofuel Filter
Greenland Technologies Holding has yet to produce any electric vehicles since that division was opened in December 2020.
No Drawdown Solution
GreenPower generates 100% of its revenue from electric vehicles for passenger, student, and cargo transportation.
Pure Play
Honda Motor Co., . produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Revenue Filter
Hyliion Holdings. derives its revenue by selling electrified and hybrid powertrain solutions, a Drawdown solution, but also sells powertrain systems that can be fueled with CNG, which is considered fossil fuel revenue. The revenue breakdown between these products is not provided.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Ideanomics generated 74.6% of its revenue from EVs and EV charging infrastructure and 19.3% from traditional combustion vehicles in 2020.
Passed Revenue Filter
Jiuzi makes all of its revenue from selling EVs and EV sales franchines in China, one of the fastest growing automobile markets on the planet.
Pure Play
Kaltura offers video products that are heavily used in distance learning for virtual classrooms.
Pure Play
Kandi generated 61.2% of its revenue from EV parts and electric scooters and 38.8% from traditional offroad vehicles in 2020.
Passed Revenue Filter
Lear manufactures some electrification products, but 94.1% of its revenue comes from acting as a supplier for traditional automotives.
Failed Revenue Filter
Li Auto generates 100% of its revenue from selling electric SUV's and luxury vehicles in China, one of the fastest growing markets for SUV's
Pure Play
Lightning eMotors makes electric fleet medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, such as delivery trucks and shuttle buses, as well as charging stations for EVs.
Pure Play
Lordstown Motors was credibly accused of fraud by a shortselling investor in 2021
Fraud
Lyft theoretically enables rideshareing, a Drawdown solution, but in practice likely increases emissions due to drivers going further from their homes daily to service higher paying regions.
No Drawdown Solution
Nikola was credibly accused of fraud by whistleblower investors in 2020
Fraud
NIO produces electric SUVs and sedans for the Chinese market plus enable customers to swap their batteries using a subscription instead of needing to recharge.
Pure Play
Niu generates 100% of its revenue from selling their electric-scooters. They have over 800,000 active riders using their products.
Pure Play
Nuvve sells vehicle to grid technology that allows EV owners to store and resell energy to the grid.
Pure Play
ON manufacturs semiconductors for many industries, none of them specifically being Drawdown solutions.
No Drawdown Solution
Proterra generates 100% of its revenue from building and selling electric vehicles, including electric buses used in mass transit
Pure Play
Stellantis N.V. produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which we categorize as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Revenue Filter
Tantech Holdings put a hold on manufacturing electric vehicles, meaning they do not produce a Drawdown solution
No Drawdown Solution
Tata Motors Limited produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives 99.8% of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Revenue Filter
Tesla generates 100% of its revenue from Drawdown solutions: electric vehicles, solar energy generation, and energy storage products.
Pure Play
Lion Electric sells all-electric medium and heavy-duty urban vehicles like trucks and buses to electrify mass transportation.
Pure Play
Toyota Motor produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which we categorize as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Revenue Filter
Trimble does not build any of its products for EV's specifically, meaning it does not offer a Drawdown solution
No Drawdown Solution
Tutor Perini builds military defense facilities, which fails the defense filter because it sells a product/service to the military that is not a Drawdown solution.
Failed Defense Filter
Uber theoretically enables rideshareing, a Drawdown solution, but in practice likely increases emissions due to drivers going further from their homes daily to service higher paying regions.
No Drawdown Solution
Ultralife derives the majority of its revenue from the promotion of electric vehicles and energy storage, both Drawdown solutions, through the sale of lithium batteries and electric vehicle charging solutions. A smaller portion of its revenue comes from end-markets in the fossil fuel industry.
Failed Defense Filter
Workhorse Group was credibly accused of fraud by a shortselling investor in 2021
Fraud
XL Fleet. sells various EV products, such as hybrid electric drive systems and electrification-as-a-service, and lithium-ion battery packs. Over 150 million miles have been driven on XL's hybrid systems.
Pure Play
XPeng sells electric vehicles, including electric sedans for the fast growing Chinese market.
Pure Play
Zoom offers video, phone, and chat communications technology and services.
Pure Play
Passed Revenue Filter
ABB makes most of its revenue from grid flexibility and EVs through the sale of substation packages and charging infrastructure. It receives no revenue from the fossil fuel industry.
Pure Play
Arcimoto is known for making 3-wheeled EVs, such as an all-electric rapid response vehicle for emergency services and an EV for last-mile delivery.
Pure Play
Arrival makes 100% of its revenue from electric vans and buses and is developing an electric car in partnership with Uber to electrify ridesharing.
Pure Play
AudioCodes offers software and productivity solutions for virtual work environments, including VoIP network routing solutions, media servers, and value added applications.
0.07%
Pure Play
Ayro makes all of its revenue from selling electric vehicles for last-mile delivery, which can access tight areas like university paths and business parks.
Pure Play
Beam Global sells EV charging solutions, such as an infrastructure product that uses solar power and battery storage to power an EV charging station.
Pure Play
Blink operates EV charging stations that are placed in various locations across a wide geographic range. EV owners pay to recharge their vehicles at these stations.
Failed Revenue Filter
BorgWarner produces some solutions for EVs, a Drawdown solution, but makes a much larger portion of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles.
Pure Play
Canoo makes all of its revenue from a range of electric delivery and mutli-purpose vehicles including an electric skateboard.
ChargePoint sells EV charging solutions like smart charging stations for electric vehicles, which can be used by fleets or individual owners.
Pure Play
ClearOne sells audio conferencing products, as well as sound-reinforcement products that help with connecting virtually.
0.02%
Failed Revenue Filter
Cummins derives a very small part of its revenue from hydrogen production solutions and electrified power systems, but a much larger portion of its revenue is from ICE parts and oil & gas markets, both of which would be categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Dana sells both EV and ICE parts. A revenue breakdown between those two segments is not provided.
No Drawdown Solution
While Delta is known for its forward thinking stance on climate, it does not derive any revenue from its sustainability initiatives.
Pure Play
DocuSign provides an e-signature solution allows for digital signing of agreements and documents, saving many sheets of paper and transit miles
3.49%
Failed Revenue Filter
Electrameccanica Vehicles. has no sales of electric vehicles to date. It has some sales in its custom build segment, which we categorize as fossil fuel revenue.
EZGO generates 100% of its revenue from selling e-bicycles, e-tricycles, and lithium batteries to the fast-growing Chinese market.
0.02%
Pure Play
Fisker generates 100% of its revenue from selling and leasing luxury and high end electric vehicles.
Failed Revenue Filter
Ford Motor produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Revenue Filter
General Motors produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Revenue Filter
Genuine Parts sells auto parts and while it does seem to service the EV industry in part, its business is mostly oriented towards ICE vehicles. It even lists EV adoption as a risk to its business.
Fails Biofuel Filter
Less than 50% of Gevo's biofuel production is advanced biofuel, leading it to fail the biofuel filter
No Drawdown Solution
Greenland Technologies Holding has yet to produce any electric vehicles since that division was opened in December 2020.
GreenPower generates 100% of its revenue from electric vehicles for passenger, student, and cargo transportation.
Failed Revenue Filter
Honda Motor Co., . produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Hyliion Holdings. derives its revenue by selling electrified and hybrid powertrain solutions, a Drawdown solution, but also sells powertrain systems that can be fueled with CNG, which is considered fossil fuel revenue. The revenue breakdown between these products is not provided.
Passed Revenue Filter
Ideanomics generated 74.6% of its revenue from EVs and EV charging infrastructure and 19.3% from traditional combustion vehicles in 2020.
Pure Play
Jiuzi makes all of its revenue from selling EVs and EV sales franchines in China, one of the fastest growing automobile markets on the planet.
Pure Play
Kaltura offers video products that are heavily used in distance learning for virtual classrooms.
0.07%
Passed Revenue Filter
Kandi generated 61.2% of its revenue from EV parts and electric scooters and 38.8% from traditional offroad vehicles in 2020.
Failed Revenue Filter
Lear manufactures some electrification products, but 94.1% of its revenue comes from acting as a supplier for traditional automotives.
Pure Play
Li Auto generates 100% of its revenue from selling electric SUV's and luxury vehicles in China, one of the fastest growing markets for SUV's
Pure Play
Lightning eMotors makes electric fleet medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, such as delivery trucks and shuttle buses, as well as charging stations for EVs.
Lordstown Motors was credibly accused of fraud by a shortselling investor in 2021
No Drawdown Solution
Lyft theoretically enables rideshareing, a Drawdown solution, but in practice likely increases emissions due to drivers going further from their homes daily to service higher paying regions.
Fraud
Nikola was credibly accused of fraud by whistleblower investors in 2020
Pure Play
NIO produces electric SUVs and sedans for the Chinese market plus enable customers to swap their batteries using a subscription instead of needing to recharge.
Pure Play
Niu generates 100% of its revenue from selling their electric-scooters. They have over 800,000 active riders using their products.
0.12%
Pure Play
Nuvve sells vehicle to grid technology that allows EV owners to store and resell energy to the grid.
No Drawdown Solution
ON manufacturs semiconductors for many industries, none of them specifically being Drawdown solutions.
Pure Play
Proterra generates 100% of its revenue from building and selling electric vehicles, including electric buses used in mass transit
Failed Revenue Filter
Stellantis N.V. produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which we categorize as fossil fuel revenue.
No Drawdown Solution
Tantech Holdings put a hold on manufacturing electric vehicles, meaning they do not produce a Drawdown solution
Failed Revenue Filter
Tata Motors Limited produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives 99.8% of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Pure Play
Tesla generates 100% of its revenue from Drawdown solutions: electric vehicles, solar energy generation, and energy storage products.
Lion Electric sells all-electric medium and heavy-duty urban vehicles like trucks and buses to electrify mass transportation.
Failed Revenue Filter
Toyota Motor produces some EVs, a Drawdown solution, but receives the majority of its revenue from traditional ICE vehicles, which we categorize as fossil fuel revenue.
No Drawdown Solution
Trimble does not build any of its products for EV's specifically, meaning it does not offer a Drawdown solution
Failed Defense Filter
Tutor Perini builds military defense facilities, which fails the defense filter because it sells a product/service to the military that is not a Drawdown solution.
No Drawdown Solution
Uber theoretically enables rideshareing, a Drawdown solution, but in practice likely increases emissions due to drivers going further from their homes daily to service higher paying regions.
Failed Defense Filter
Ultralife derives the majority of its revenue from the promotion of electric vehicles and energy storage, both Drawdown solutions, through the sale of lithium batteries and electric vehicle charging solutions. A smaller portion of its revenue comes from end-markets in the fossil fuel industry.
Workhorse Group was credibly accused of fraud by a shortselling investor in 2021
Pure Play
XL Fleet. sells various EV products, such as hybrid electric drive systems and electrification-as-a-service, and lithium-ion battery packs. Over 150 million miles have been driven on XL's hybrid systems.
Pure Play
XPeng sells electric vehicles, including electric sedans for the fast growing Chinese market.
Zoom offers video, phone, and chat communications technology and services.
4.94%
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