List of Power Production Stocks

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Alternative energy power production stocks are companies whose main business is the production and sale of electricity from alternative energy installations, such as solar farms, wind farms, hydroelectric generators, geothermal plants, cogeneration facilities, and nuclear plants.

This list was last updated on 9/11/2020.

wind and solar
The wind energy park “Schneebergerhof” in Germany (Rhineland-Palatinate). In the foreground thin film solar cells. In the center a wind turbine Enercon E-66 (1.5 MW), on the right Enercon E-126 (7.5 MW) and at the very right side again an E-66. Photo by Kuebi = Armin Kübelbeck [CC BY-SA 3.0 ], from Wikimedia Commons
7C Solarparken AG (HRPK.DE)
Acciona, S.A. (ANA.MC, ACXIF)
Atlantica Yield plc (AY)
Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. (AQN, AQN.TO)
Avangrid, Inc. (AGR)
Bluefield Solar Income Fund Ltd. (BSIF.L)
Brookfield Renewable Partners L.P. (BEP)
Capital Stage AG (CAP.DE)
Edisun Power Europe AG (ESUN.SW)
Elecnor, S.A. (ENO.MI)
Foresight Solar Fund plc (FSFL.L)
Global X YieldCo ETF (YLCO)
Greencoat UK Wind PLC (UKW.L)
Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. (INE.TO,INGXF)
John Laing Environmental Assets Group Limited (JLEN.L)
NextEra Energy Partners, LP (NEP)
Northland Power Inc. (NPI.TO, NPIFF)
Clearway Energy (CWEN, CWEN-A)
Ormat (ORA)
Polaris Infrastructure Inc. (PIF.TO, RAMPF)
Reservoir Capital Corp. (REO.CN. RSERF)
TransAlta Renewables Inc. (RNW.TO, TRSWF)
The Renewables Infrastructure Group Limited (TRIG.L, RWFRF)
US Solar Fund PLC (USF.L)
Veolia Environnement S.A. (VIE.PA, VEOEY, VEOEF)
Global X YieldCo Index ETF (YLCO)

If you know of any alternative energy power producer that is not listed here or any stock that should be removed, please let us know by leaving a comment.


  1. You should add Reservoir Capital Corp. (REO.CN) to the list of alternative power production stocks. It has interests in hydro power plants in emerging markets with long-term PPA/concession agreements.

    • Done! Although it’s a stretch to talk about REOs investments in the plural, since it seems to only own a minority staked in one Nigerian hydropower company through a holding company in Mauritius. I’d be cautious about investing in this one… seems very opaque.


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