See below for the full list of every electric car stock in Carbon Collective's Climate Index.

A revolution in transportation is underway.

Since the early 20th century, internal combustion engine vehicles have dominated roads. Today, we know that this picture needs to fundamentally change if we are to beat climate change. Thankfully, the picture is starting to change.

Owing to supporting policies, declining costs and improved technology, there are millions of electric vehicles (EVs) on the road. Their sustainability advantages are huge. Compared to internal combustion vehicles, EVs emit 50% less CO2 if their power comes from the conventional power grid. If they're powered by solar energy, emissions are cut by 95%. EVs have far fewer moving parts than gas-powered cars, too, which means their operating costs are often cheaper.

The revolution needs to come faster.

Around 11 million EVs and electric vans were being driven in 2020. That's 5% of all cars in the world. But according to the International Energy Agency (p. 138), to be on track to keep global temperatures under 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, 100% of passenger cars and vans need to be electric by 2050. 

EV companies need to grow fast, and car manufacturers for whom EVs aren't their main business need to get on board.

Here are the EV companies that are leading the way.

Here is the list of EV companies that are traded on US stock markets. We choose companies that derive more revenue from manufacturing EVs than they do from fossil fuel-dependent products and services (like conventional cars). We also exclude penny stocks whose share prices were less than $0.50 in our last update.

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

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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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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.
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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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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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
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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.
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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.
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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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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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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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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Entergy
Failed Utility Filter
Entergy produces 61.76% of its power from fossil fuels, 38.01% from nuclear, and 0.23% from renewables.
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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.
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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.
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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
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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
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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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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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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
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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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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
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.
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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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Electrical Utility
OGE Energy
Failed Utility Filter
OGE produces 89% of its power from fossil fuels and 11% from renewables.
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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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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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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.
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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.
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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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
Atlantic produces 70% of its power from fossil fuels, 20% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 10% from renewables.
Failed 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
Black Hills produces 90.99% of its power from fossil fuels and 9.01% from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Brookfield Infrastructure did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
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
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
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
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
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
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
Entergy produces 61.76% of its power from fossil fuels, 38.01% from nuclear, and 0.23% from renewables.
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.
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
FirstEnergy produces over 95% of its power from fossil fuels. The rest is from renewables.
Failed Utility Filter
Fortis did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
Genie Energy did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
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
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
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
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
Korea Electric Power did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
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
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
OGE produces 89% of its power from fossil fuels and 11% from renewables.
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.
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
PNM produces 62.6% of its power from fossil fuels, 23.1% from renewables, and 14.3% from nuclear.
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.
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.
Failed 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.
Passed 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.
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.
Failed Utility 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
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
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
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 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 Utility Filter
Atlantic produces 70% of its power from fossil fuels, 20% from non fossil fuel combustion, and 10% from renewables.
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.
Failed Utility Filter
Black Hills produces 90.99% of its power from fossil fuels and 9.01% from renewables.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Brookfield Infrastructure did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 Utility Filter
Entergy produces 61.76% of its power from fossil fuels, 38.01% from nuclear, and 0.23% from renewables.
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.
Failed Utility Filter
FirstEnergy produces over 95% of its power from fossil fuels. The rest is from renewables.
Lacks Sufficient Information
Fortis did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
Lacks Sufficient Information
Genie Energy did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
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
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
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
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
Korea Electric Power did not provide complete enough power generation info to determine if they pass or fail the utility filter
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.
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 Utility Filter
OGE produces 89% of its power from fossil fuels and 11% from renewables.
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.
Failed Utility Filter
PNM produces 62.6% of its power from fossil fuels, 23.1% from renewables, and 14.3% from nuclear.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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