Largest Electrical Equipment Companies

Market Capitalization
Market CapitalizationEfficiencyMarket RiskExp Return
1GE General Electric
166.87 B
 0.37 
 1.10 
 0.40 
2EMR Emerson Electric
60.55 B
 0.18 
 1.70 
 0.31 
3AME Ametek Inc
41.17 B
 0.25 
 0.99 
 0.24 
4OTIS Otis Worldwide Corp
37.92 B
 0.19 
 0.84 
 0.16 
5STI SOLIDION TECHNOLOGY INC
31.14 B
 0.00 
 0.00 
 0.00 
6PHG Koninklijke Philips NV
18.31 B
(0.05)
 1.85 
(0.09)
7RRX Regal Beloit
11.18 B
 0.27 
 2.36 
 0.63 
8WWD Woodward
8.4 B
 0.09 
 1.16 
 0.10 
9AYI Acuity Brands
7.54 B
 0.25 
 1.97 
 0.49 
10GNRC Generac Holdings
6.8 B
 0.01 
 2.30 
 0.03 
11CAE CAE Inc
6.1 B
(0.06)
 2.04 
(0.11)
12LFUS Littelfuse
6.02 B
 0.04 
 1.68 
 0.06 
13NOVT Novanta
5.68 B
 0.08 
 2.06 
 0.16 
14FELE Franklin Electric Co
4.63 B
 0.16 
 1.33 
 0.21 
15ITGR Integer Holdings Corp
3.4 B
 0.14 
 1.53 
 0.21 
16QS Quantumscape Corp
2.96 B
 0.05 
 6.95 
 0.35 
17FLNC Fluence Energy
2.57 B
(0.05)
 5.90 
(0.28)
18SPB Spectrum Brands Holdings
2.41 B
 0.20 
 1.61 
 0.32 
19ENR Energizer Holdings
2.12 B
(0.05)
 1.49 
(0.08)
20BE Bloom Energy Corp
1.93 B
(0.13)
 4.43 
(0.57)
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