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

 

The sun is the best source of renewable energy.

To solve climate change, our civilization needs to move away from burning fossil fuels to power our machinery, cars, homes, businesses, and buildings. Instead, we need to generate that power through renewable and clean sources. 

 

The best source of renewable energy is the sun. It's abundant, free, and we can easily convert into readily usable electricity. Photovoltaic or PV solar panels have emerged as the predominant way of doing just that. The silicon that makes up a solar panel harvests the photons streaming to earth from the sun. Inside the panel's hermetically sealed environment, photons energize electrons and create electrical current - from light to voltage. 

 

The solar industry has been growing fast and, according to the International Energy Agency, solar panels are now the cheapest source of electricity in most places on Earth. When installed as utility-scale solar farms, they emit 94% fewer greenhouse gases compared to coal plants while generating tens or hundreds of megawatts. 

Solar PV needs to keep scaling.

Solar has been doing the heavy-lifting in the transition to a decarbonized energy system, but we need it to do more.

According to Project Drawdown, 0.4% of global electricity is currently generated by both utility-scale and rooftop solar PV. If utility-scale solar can grow to 10% and rooftop solar to 7% of global electricity generation, they could avoid more than 60 gigatons of CO2 emissions by 2050.

 

These companies are making it happen.

To achieve that 2050 goal, we need companies that offer solar PV to expand as quickly as possible.

In the Climate Index, we take all of the companies that develop and manufacture solar systems that are traded on US stock markets. We exclude penny stocks whose share prices were lower than $0.50 in our last update. Finally, we also exclude companies that derive more revenue from fossil fuel-dependent business than they do from solar energy development or solar panel manufacturing.

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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0.17%
Pure Play
Array sells solar tracking systems that use machine learning to identify the best positioning for a solar array to increase energy production.
0.16%
Pure Play
Canadian Solar sells solar ingots, wafers, cells, modules, panels and other solar power products.
0.36%
Pure Play
Daqo sells high purity polysilicon used in solar photovoltaics to photovoltaic manufacturers.
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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.
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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.
2.00%
Pure Play
Enphase sells microinverters, energy monitoring software, and AC battery storage systems to solar distributors, OEMs, homeowners, and more.
0.82%
Pure Play
First Solar sells its unique glass cadmium telluride solar modules as well as power plant solutions.
0.05%
Pure Play
FTC Solar sells solar tracking systems that identifies the best positioning for a solar array to increase energy production.
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.
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.
0.07%
Pure Play
Maxeon sells solar panels and other related components. It has over 1000 solar patents.
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.
0.03%
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.
0.33%
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.
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.
0.31%
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.
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.
Array sells solar tracking systems that use machine learning to identify the best positioning for a solar array to increase energy production.
Pure Play
Canadian Solar sells solar ingots, wafers, cells, modules, panels and other solar power products.
Pure Play
Daqo sells high purity polysilicon used in solar photovoltaics to photovoltaic manufacturers.
Pure Play
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
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
Enphase sells microinverters, energy monitoring software, and AC battery storage systems to solar distributors, OEMs, homeowners, and more.
Pure Play
First Solar sells its unique glass cadmium telluride solar modules as well as power plant solutions.
Pure Play
FTC Solar sells solar tracking systems that identifies the best positioning for a solar array to increase energy production.
Pure Play
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
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
Maxeon sells solar panels and other related components. It has over 1000 solar patents.
Pure Play
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
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
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
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
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
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
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%
Pure Play
Canadian Solar sells solar ingots, wafers, cells, modules, panels and other solar power products.
0.16%
Pure Play
Daqo sells high purity polysilicon used in solar photovoltaics to photovoltaic manufacturers.
0.36%
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.
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.
Pure Play
Enphase sells microinverters, energy monitoring software, and AC battery storage systems to solar distributors, OEMs, homeowners, and more.
2.00%
Pure Play
First Solar sells its unique glass cadmium telluride solar modules as well as power plant solutions.
0.82%
Pure Play
FTC Solar sells solar tracking systems that identifies the best positioning for a solar array to increase energy production.
0.05%
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%
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%
Maxeon sells solar panels and other related components. It has over 1000 solar patents.
0.07%
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
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%
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%
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%
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%
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%
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