The best wind energy stocks depend on your portfolio and investment goals — while volatility can be ideal for day traders, long-term investors will want to look to stocks with steadier gains over time.
6 wind energy stocks to watch
We round up a selection of stocks in or related to the wind power industry, weighting the list more heavily towards popular mid- and large-cap US stocks.
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Take a deeper dive into wind energy stocks
If you're interested in investing in the wind power industry, take a closer look at what companies in this industry do and how the stocks have historically performed. Keep in mind that positive past performance doesn't guarantee that a stock will continue to rise in the future.
1. TPI Composites (TPIC)
TPI Composites, Inc. manufactures and sells composite wind blades, and related precision molding and assembly systems to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). The company also provides composite solutions for the automotive industry; and field service inspection and repair services comprising diagnostic, repair, and maintenance services for wind blades to OEM customers, and wind farm owners and operators.
TPI Composites stock opened the day at $48.44 after a previous close of $48.40. The latest price was $47.06 (25-minute delay). TPI Composites is listed on the NASDAQ, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD1.6 billion and employs 13,500 staff.
ALLETE, Inc. operates as an energy company. The company operates through Regulated Operations, ALLETE Clean Energy, and Corporate and Other segments.
Allete stock opened the day at $68.94 after a previous close of $68.38. The latest price was $69.30 (25-minute delay). Allete is listed on the NYSE, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD$1.9 billion and employs 1,495 staff.
Portland General Electric Company, an integrated electric utility company, engages in the generation, wholesale purchase, transmission, distribution, and retail sale of electricity in the state of Oregon. It operates six thermal plants, three wind farms, and seven hydroelectric facilities. As of December 31, 2022, the company owned an electric transmission system consisting of 1,255 circuit miles, including 269 circuit miles of 500 kilovolt line, 413 circuit miles of 230 kilovolt line, and 573 miles of 115 kilovolt line; and served 926 thousand retail customers in 51 cities.
Portland General Electric stock opened the day at $45.92 after a previous close of $45.70. The latest price was $46.42 (25-minute delay). Portland General Electric is listed on the NYSE, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD$2.8 billion and employs 2,873 staff.
American Superconductor Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, provides megawatt-scale power resiliency solutions worldwide. The company operates in two segments, Grid and Wind. The Grid segment offers products and services that enable electric utilities, industrial facilities, and renewable energy project developers to connect, transmit, and distribute power under the Gridtec Solutions brand; and engineering planning services.
American Superconductor Corporation stock opened the day at $16.19 after a previous close of $15.78. The latest price was $16.14 (25-minute delay). American Superconductor Corporation is listed on the NASDAQ, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD$113.6 million and employs 328 staff.
NextEra Energy, Inc. , through its subsidiaries, generates, transmits, distributes, and sells electric power to retail and wholesale customers in North America. The company generates electricity through wind, solar, nuclear, coal, and natural gas facilities.
Nextera Energy stock opened the day at $52.07 after a previous close of $52.15. The latest price was $52.78 (25-minute delay). Nextera Energy is listed on the NYSE, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD$26.9 billion and employs 15,300 staff.
The AES Corporation operates as a diversified power generation and utility company. It owns and/or operates power plants to generate and sell power to customers, such as utilities, industrial users, and other intermediaries. The company also owns and/or operates utilities to generate or purchase, distribute, transmit, and sell electricity to end-user customers in the residential, commercial, industrial, and governmental sectors; and generates and sells electricity on the wholesale market.
The AES Corporation stock opened the day at $13.90 after a previous close of $14.16. The latest price was $13.54 (25-minute delay). The AES Corporation is listed on the NYSE, has a trailing 12-month revenue of around USD$13 billion and employs 9,100 staff.
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