The Most Googled Renewable Energy Stocks Set To Explode in Price

While inflation-resistant investments like Gold and Silver may be the flavor of the month, this is a great time to research potential green energy stocks to add to your portfolio as the market bounces back.

Here are the top 7 trending renewable energy stocks, based on an analysis of worldwide Google searches compiled by CMC Markets, as well as a few interesting facts about each company to assist in your decision-making.

Tesla (Tsla)

Tesla is the most searched renewable energy stock worldwide, with more than 18 times as many searches as the second most popular stock. While most of us are familiar with Tesla’s electric vehicles, a large part of the stock’s popularity is also due to its founder, Elon Musk.

Gevo (Gevo)

Gevo may be poised for fast growth, funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as part of an initiative to create low-carbon intensity corn and sustainable aviation fuel.

Plug Power operates out of New York and creates green power out of hydrogen. How? The company uses an electrolyzer powered by renewable energy sources like solar, wind, or water to capture hydrogen.

Plug Power (Plug)

Sunrun (Run)

Founded in 2007, Sunrun provides photovoltaic systems that capture solar power to produce renewable energy. The company’s power purchase agreement includes installing and maintaining solar panels on customers’ homes at no upfront cost.

Bloom Energy, headquartered in San Jose, California, is a leading fuel cell manufacturer. Their servers convert natural gas or hydrogen into electricity without combustion.

Bloom Energy (B.E.)

Sunpower (Spwr)

SunPower’s panels are designed to be more efficient than its competitors due to a patented design that reduces the amount of reflected sunlight and maximizes absorbed energy.

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