Cleantech stocks on our radar as the sector grows
Clean technology or “Cleantech” (synonymous with most people with “Greentech”) is a new technology and / or related business models that are intended to provide solutions to global climate or resource problems or the desire for energy independence while providing competitive returns for customers Investors.
– Kachan & Co.
Cleantech stocks represent a wide range of products, services, and processes, all of which are designed to: pprovide superior performance at a lower cost, while rClarification or elimination of negative ecological effects, simultaneously with rmore efficient and responsible use of natural resources. A major attraction for this sector lies in the fact that tCleantech company growth benefits everyone, not a single group, and not just large companies.
On Earth Day 2021, I presented at the Benzinga Small Cap Conference: Explore Cleantech Small Cap Stocks. As the cleantech sector continues its explosive growth, I expect a few things. We will hear more rhetoric about volatility and the carbon tariff. We will see more interest from ESG investors in this sector. And finally, before the general public consciousness, we will see an explosion of new discoveries and possibilities.
Using Schaeffer’s expectation analysisI’ve identified a list of cleantech stocks that should be on any investor’s radar like this.
Generac Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: GNRC)
Bloom Energy Corporation (NYSE: BE)
Eaton Corporation plc (NYSE: ETN)
Waste Management Inc. (NYSE: WM)
There are also three other notable cleantech stocks to keep an eye out for:
General Electric Company (NYSE: GE) – – World market leader involved in wind turbine technology and 3D printing technology.
Baker Hughes Co (NYSE: BKR) – International global license agreement from SRI: mixed salt process for CO2 capture. On November 3, 2020, BKR acquired Compact Carbon Capture.
NextEra Energy Inc (NYSE: NEE) – The renewable energy giant has increased its order backlog by 1,750 MW of renewable energies and storage and increased the total order backlog to 15,250 MW from 2021 to 2024.