Largest Climate Change Companies

Market Capitalization
Market CapitalizationEfficiencyMarket RiskExp Return
1TSLA Tesla Inc
544.76 B
(0.12)
 3.01 
(0.35)
2COP ConocoPhillips
153.65 B
 0.27 
 1.13 
 0.31 
3HON Honeywell International
127.74 B
(0.01)
 0.99 
(0.01)
4ETN Eaton PLC
127.37 B
 0.30 
 1.54 
 0.46 
5EOG EOG Resources
77.82 B
 0.24 
 1.28 
 0.31 
6SLB Schlumberger NV
74.33 B
 0.09 
 1.52 
 0.14 
7FCX Freeport McMoran Copper Gold
70.96 B
 0.19 
 2.13 
 0.41 
8PSX Phillips 66
69.02 B
 0.28 
 1.37 
 0.38 
9OXY Occidental Petroleum
61.17 B
 0.30 
 1.09 
 0.33 
10VLO Valero Energy
57.17 B
 0.31 
 1.61 
 0.49 
11MMM 3M Company
50.53 B
 0.04 
 2.23 
 0.08 
12SU Suncor Energy
48.82 B
 0.21 
 1.34 
 0.28 
13STM STMicroelectronics NV ADR
38.14 B
(0.04)
 2.01 
(0.07)
14HAL Halliburton
35.16 B
 0.21 
 1.37 
 0.28 
15FSLR First Solar
19.53 B
 0.15 
 2.39 
 0.35 
16PHG Koninklijke Philips NV
18.65 B
(0.15)
 1.48 
(0.23)
17HXL Hexcel
5.2 B
(0.07)
 2.27 
(0.16)
18ITRI Itron Inc
4.19 B
 0.14 
 3.37 
 0.46 
19ORA Ormat Technologies
3.88 B
(0.02)
 1.85 
(0.05)
20POWI Power Integrations
3.87 B
(0.07)
 2.37 
(0.17)
The analysis above is based on a 90-day investment horizon and a default level of risk. Use the Portfolio Analyzer to fine-tune all your assumptions. Check your current assumptions here.
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