CleanTech: It’s All About Scale


FOOTNOTES

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2. US Department of Energy, “Powering the Blue Economy: Exploring Opportunities for Marine Renewable Energy in Maritime Markets,” Sep 2019.

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8. Fast Company, “Coal Costs the U.S. $500 Billion Annually in Health, Economic, Environmental Impacts,” Feb 16, 2011.


Related ETFs

CTEC: The Global X CleanTech ETF seeks to invest in companies that stand to benefit from the increased adoption of technologies that inhibit or reduce negative environmental impacts. This includes companies involved in renewable energy production, energy storage, smart grid implementation, residential/commercial energy efficiency, and/or the production and provision of pollution-reducing products and solutions.

RNRG: The Global X Renewable Energy Producers ETF seeks to invest in companies that produce energy from renewable sources including wind, solar, hydroelectric, geothermal, and biofuels.

Click the fund name above to view the fund’s current holdings. Holdings subject to change. Current and future holdings subject to risk.

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