[Request] Multiple Green ETFs

There is very few Green Investing ETFs! THE INRG is a popular one but apart from that there isn’t much choice. I have a lot of suggestions below that it would be great to see added! Thanks.

Please upvote if you agree so we can get them on.

First Trust Global Wind Energy - (FAN) First Trust Global Wind Energy (FAN) Stock Price, News, Quote & History - Yahoo Finance

First Trust Nasdaq Clean Edge Green Energy Index Fund - (QCLN) First Trust NASDAQ Clean Edge G (QCLN) Stock Price, News, Quote & History - Yahoo Finance

iShares S&P Global Clean Energy Index Fund - (ICLN) iShares S&P Global Clean Energy (ICLN) Stock Price, News, Quote & History - Yahoo Finance

PowerShares Global Clean Energy Portfolio - (PBD) Invesco Global Clean Energy ETF (PBD) Stock Price, News, Quote & History - Yahoo Finance

PowerShares CleanTech Portfolio - (PZD) Invesco Cleantech ETF (PZD) Stock Price, News, Quote & History - Yahoo Finance

PowerShares WilderHill Clean Energy Portfolio - (PBW) Invesco WilderHill Clean Energy (PBW) Stock Price, News, Quote & History - Yahoo Finance

iClima Global Decarbonisation Enablers UCITS ETF - (CLMA) iClima Earth to launch the world’s first carbon avoidance solutions UCITS ETF on London Stock Exchange

This is a relatively new one but looks interesting iClima Global Decarbonisation Enablers UCITS ETF - CLMA

Not heard of this one! Thanks.

updated it to the list!

With the exception of CLMA these all look to the US domiciled ETFs? In which case none of them look to have the required documents to be allowed for regular investors int eh UK unfortunately. You’d need to check if these are UCITS compatible ETFs or if they have equivalents.

ICLN however assumed was very similar to INRG

RENG is also another clean energy type fund not available yet on Fteetrade L&G Clean Energy UCITS ETF (RENG)

There is also a new renewables trust yet to be added Downing Renewable & Infrastructure Trust (DORE) (IPOd Dec 2020)

Also ECAR iShares ECAR ETF 🚘⚡️

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SGSW - is fairly global, has reasonable costs, has a KIID so is available to UK, and is denominated in GBP I think.