Clean Energy Pioneers Earn Double The Returns Of Fossil Fuel Firms

Courtesy of Forbes. By Mike Scott

It is often said that investing with one eye on sustainability will automatically reduce returns, even though there is a growing body of evidence that this is no longer true.

The latest proof that this is an outdated view comes from the release of the latest Clean 200 ranking, a list of the 200 largest publicly traded companies in the world making significant revenue from clean energy. In the first full year and a half of live performance, to September 2017, Clean 200 companies generated a total return of 32.1%, almost double the 15.7% for its fossil fuel benchmark the S&P 1200 Global Energy Index.

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