See below for the full list of every nuclear power and uranium stock in Carbon Collective's Climate Index.

We cannot solve climate change without 100% clean energy.

A key part of solving climate change is to "electrify everything" and transition our civilization from burning fossil fuels to power our cars, homes, buildings and businesses to using only electricity. And that electricity has to be generated without carbon emissions. Solar is already the cheapest form fo electricity. Wind isn't far behind. 

Of all of the clean energy sources, nuclear power is particularly powerful. Nuclear power has reduced carbon emissions by over 60 gigatons over the last five decades - equivalent to nearly 2 years' worth of global energy-related emissions. Today, nuclear generates about 11% of the world's electricity and contributes about 4.8% to the world's total energy supply.

Nuclear power plants work by splitting atomic nuclei and releasing the energy that binds the protons and neutrons together. The energy released by radioactivity is used to heat water, which in turn is used to power turbines. For the amount of power it generates, nuclear is clean. The greenhouse gas emissions from nuclear power generation is estimated to be up to a hundred times fewer than coal. 

We need more nuclear.

We acknowledge the debate surrounding nuclear energy in getting to a decarbonized world. Nuclear power plants have traditionally been very expensive to build, and their cost has increased over time. They take years to build. And of course, given salient disasters at Chernobyl and Fukushima, as well as the question of nuclear waste, many people are worried about their safety.  

But we are bullish about nuclear. With advanced nuclear reactors on the rise, which have standardized designs that reduce construction time, achieve longer operating times, incorporate inherent safety features, has greater fuel efficiency, and generates less waste, we think nuclear should play an important part in the future energy mix. 

Time is running out.

The nuclear energy and uranium stocks below represent some of the largest companies in the space. While we need many new upstarts to come and disrupt with new, better technologies (don't worry, we'll add them as they come along), we need the existing players to scale as rapidly as possible. Time is running out and the race to 100% clean electricity needs to recruit all of the clean energy sources we can get.

In the Climate Index, we take all of the companies that offer products and services that help nuclear power expand. Then we take out the ones that derive a greater share of revenue from fossil fuel-dependent business than from nuclear. And as always, we exclude penny stocks whose share prices were lower than $0.50 in our last update. 

So the Climate Index includes the companies that are at the forefront of expanding nuclear power.

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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Nuclear Power
AZZ
No Drawdown Solution
AZZ sold their nuclear logistics business and therefore no longer produces a Drawdown solution
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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.
0.05%
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.
0.02%
Pure Play
Lighbridge focuses on the development of metallic nuclear fuels, which are safer and more economical, while effectively reducing carbon emissions.
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.
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.
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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.
AZZ sold their nuclear logistics business and therefore no longer produces a Drawdown solution
No Drawdown Solution
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
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
Lighbridge focuses on the development of metallic nuclear fuels, which are safer and more economical, while effectively reducing carbon emissions.
Pure Play
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
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
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
No Drawdown Solution
AZZ sold their nuclear logistics business and therefore no longer produces a Drawdown solution
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
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
Lighbridge focuses on the development of metallic nuclear fuels, which are safer and more economical, while effectively reducing carbon emissions.
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.
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.
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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