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

Harnessing wind is critical to electrifying everything.

At the heart of a decarbonized future with 100% clean energy will be renewable energy - solar and wind. Solar power is becoming cheaper, more widespread, and better. The same goes for wind.

Wind turbines are a proven, mature technology with an extensive global supply chain. Wind turbine manufacturers have improved the technology in recent years to maximize electricity produced per megawatt capacity installed to unlock more sites with lower wind speeds. They've become bigger with taller hub heights, and larger rotor diameters.

Today, onshore wind is the more widely adopted segment compared to offshore wind, but both have been expanding fast and their cost falling. Wind energy will soon be the least expensive source of installed electricity capacity. According to Project Drawdown, current costs are 2.9 cents per kilowatt-hour for wind, 3.8 cents for natural gas combined cycle plants, and 5.7 cents for utility-scale solar.

Companies and governments need to expand wind energy even more.

According to the International Energy Agency (p. 198), onshore and offshore wind farms combined had the capacity to generate 737 gigawatts of electricity, accounting for 9% of global electric capacity. To reach net zero emissions by 2050, wind capacity needs to grow to 8,265 gigawatts, or 25% of the overall energy mix. This requires 8.4% annual growth between 2020 and 2050.

China, United States and Europe have been at the forefront of expanding wind capacity over the last few years. Supporting policies by governments and corporate power purchasing agreements have been the propelling force in these regions. But to get to a zero-emission energy system, both onshore and offshore wind need to expand to more places and at a faster pace.

Here are the companies making it happen.

At Carbon Collective, we analyze every company that makes wind energy solutions to create a list of companies that are leading the renewable energy transformation.

We first take all of the wind energy companies that are publicly traded on US stock market. After excluding penny stocks whose share prices were lower than $0.50 in our last update, we see if the remaining companies derive more revenue from fossil fuel-dependent products and services than they do from wind energy-related business. If they do rely more on fossil fuel industries than on wind, we take them out.

So the Climate Index represents a list of all of the companies that are at the forefront of the Drawdown solution of wind energy. 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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Wind Turbines
Arcosa
Failed Revenue Filter
Arcosa services wind farms and utilities to improve grid flexibility. It however makes more revenue from its storage, transportation, and construction products that serve the fossil fuel industry.
0.02%
Passed Revenue Filter
Broadwind, derives the majority of its revenue from the promotion of wind energy, a Drawdown solution, through selling steel towers and adapters to wind turbine manufacturers. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue from selling gearing, gearboxes, and systems to the oil and gas industry, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
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Wind Turbines
ESCO Technologies
Failed Defense Filter
ESCO derives its revenue in part from promoting grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, by enabling electric power grid operators to assess the integrity of high-voltage power delivery equipment. It however receives a larger portion of its revenue from products that have an end-market in commercial aerospace applications.
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Wind Turbines
General Electric
Failed Revenue Filter
General Electric derived 19.4% of its revenue from wind energy, a Drawdown solution, but received 21.8% of its revenue from various products dependent on oil and gas, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
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Wind Turbines
IES Holdings
Lacks Sufficient Information
IES Holdings, services both wind energy projects and solar projects, both Drawdown solutions. It also services refineries, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue. It is unclear which takes up a greater portion of the revenue.
0.03%
Passed Revenue Filter
IEA generates 65.2% of its revenue from installing and restoring infrastructure services for wind and solar industries. It also offers heavy civil construction services like road and bridge construction.
0.09%
Passed Revenue Filter
TPI Composities generates 96% of its revenue from composite wind blades and related precision molding and assembly systems and the rest from manufacturing composite structures for automotive companies.
Arcosa services wind farms and utilities to improve grid flexibility. It however makes more revenue from its storage, transportation, and construction products that serve the fossil fuel industry.
Failed Revenue Filter
Broadwind, derives the majority of its revenue from the promotion of wind energy, a Drawdown solution, through selling steel towers and adapters to wind turbine manufacturers. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue from selling gearing, gearboxes, and systems to the oil and gas industry, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Passed Revenue Filter
ESCO derives its revenue in part from promoting grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, by enabling electric power grid operators to assess the integrity of high-voltage power delivery equipment. It however receives a larger portion of its revenue from products that have an end-market in commercial aerospace applications.
Failed Defense Filter
General Electric derived 19.4% of its revenue from wind energy, a Drawdown solution, but received 21.8% of its revenue from various products dependent on oil and gas, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Revenue Filter
IES Holdings, services both wind energy projects and solar projects, both Drawdown solutions. It also services refineries, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue. It is unclear which takes up a greater portion of the revenue.
Lacks Sufficient Information
IEA generates 65.2% of its revenue from installing and restoring infrastructure services for wind and solar industries. It also offers heavy civil construction services like road and bridge construction.
Passed Revenue Filter
TPI Composities generates 96% of its revenue from composite wind blades and related precision molding and assembly systems and the rest from manufacturing composite structures for automotive companies.
Passed Revenue Filter
Failed Revenue Filter
Arcosa services wind farms and utilities to improve grid flexibility. It however makes more revenue from its storage, transportation, and construction products that serve the fossil fuel industry.
Passed Revenue Filter
Broadwind, derives the majority of its revenue from the promotion of wind energy, a Drawdown solution, through selling steel towers and adapters to wind turbine manufacturers. It receives a smaller portion of its revenue from selling gearing, gearboxes, and systems to the oil and gas industry, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Failed Defense Filter
ESCO derives its revenue in part from promoting grid flexibility, a Drawdown solution, by enabling electric power grid operators to assess the integrity of high-voltage power delivery equipment. It however receives a larger portion of its revenue from products that have an end-market in commercial aerospace applications.
Failed Revenue Filter
General Electric derived 19.4% of its revenue from wind energy, a Drawdown solution, but received 21.8% of its revenue from various products dependent on oil and gas, which is categorized as fossil fuel revenue.
Lacks Sufficient Information
IES Holdings, services both wind energy projects and solar projects, both Drawdown solutions. It also services refineries, which are categorized as fossil fuel revenue. It is unclear which takes up a greater portion of the revenue.
IEA generates 65.2% of its revenue from installing and restoring infrastructure services for wind and solar industries. It also offers heavy civil construction services like road and bridge construction.
Passed Revenue Filter
TPI Composities generates 96% of its revenue from composite wind blades and related precision molding and assembly systems and the rest from manufacturing composite structures for automotive companies.
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