Renewable Energy ETF Overview

With 10 ETFs traded in the U.S. markets, Renewable Energy ETFs gather total assets under management of $1.13B. The average expense ratio is 0.62%. Renewable Energy ETFs can be found in the following asset classes:

  • Equity

The largest Renewable Energy ETF is the Invesco Solar ETF TAN with $335.76M in assets. In the last trailing year, the best performing Renewable Energy ETF was the TAN at 16.32%. The most-recent ETF launched in the Renewable Energy space was the SPDR Kensho Clean Power ETF XKCP in 10/22/18.

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iShares Adds To Thematic Family

World’s biggest ETF issuer offers a new perspective with ‘megatrends.’

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The Cheapest ESG ETF Portfolio

A well-diversified, socially responsible ETF portfolio could run you as little as 0.17%.

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Cheapest ESG ETF Portfolio Gets Cheaper

A broadly diversified portfolio of socially responsible ETFs now costs just 0.17%.

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ETF Of The Week: Solar Fund Shines

As oil struggles, Invesco’s solar ETF ‘TAN’ is up 19% over one month.

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5 Traits Of Successful Thematic ETFs

Thematic ETFs that capitalize on hot new trends can sizzle—or fizzle.

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Pure Play Clean Energy ETF Debuts

ALPS rolls out a clean energy ETF targeting securities issued by U.S. and Canadian firms.

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World's Cheapest ESG ETF Portfolio

A broadly diversified, ESG-only ETF portfolio costs just 0.21% a year.

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ETF Of The Week: Guggenheim Solar ETF (TAN)

This ETF is well-poised to take advantage of an under-the-radar energy revolution.

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Fossil Fuel Free ETFs That Aren't

Most clean energy funds still invest in Big Oil and Big Coal—and it hurts their returns.