Overview of analysis of Pure Climate Stocks

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  • Market Cap (TTM): $710 bn
  • Revenue (TTM): $11.958 bn
  • Cars sold (TTM): 703 900
  • Profit (TTM): $9.228 bn
  • Free cash flow (Q2 2021): $2.614 bn

Tesla is a Pure Climate Stock, as it makes 100% of its revenue from producing and selling electric vehicles and solar home solutions. Tesla has pushed the bounds of what was thought to be achievable and has now sold over a million cars, leaving competitors to see only Tesla’s taillights. But does this impressive growth mean that Tesla is a buy? Read my analysis and personal opinion.

  • Market Cap (TTM): $710 bn
  • Revenue (TTM): $11.958 bn
  • Cars sold (TTM): 703 900
  • Profit (TTM): $9.228 bn
  • Free cash flow (Q2 2021): $2.614 bn

Tesla is a Pure Climate Stock, as it makes 100% of its revenue from producing and selling electric vehicles and solar home solutions. Tesla has pushed the bounds of what was thought to be achievable and has now sold over a million cars, leaving competitors to see only Tesla’s taillights. But does this impressive growth mean that Tesla is a buy? Read my analysis and personal opinion.

  • Market Cap (TTM): $710 bn
  • Revenue (TTM): $11.958 bn
  • Cars sold (TTM): 703 900
  • Profit (TTM): $9.228 bn
  • Free cash flow (Q2 2021): $2.614 bn

Tesla is a Pure Climate Stock, as it makes 100% of its revenue from producing and selling electric vehicles and solar home solutions. Tesla has pushed the bounds of what was thought to be achievable and has now sold over a million cars, leaving competitors to see only Tesla’s taillights. But does this impressive growth mean that Tesla is a buy? Read my analysis and personal opinion.

  • Market Capitalization: 164  million EUR
  • Revenue: 46.75 million EUR
  • Profit: -42.2 million EUR
  • Free cash flow: -34.8 million EUR
  • Country: Germany

As Europe and other parts of the world ramp up the adoption of electric vehicles, while many governments promote clean transportation, Compleo Charging Solutions is in a unique position. Ranked 6th among its competitors in the charging station market, it could capitalize on strong market share and future revenue growth. But following two sizable acquisitions, can it successfully integrate and turn a profit? Read our analysis to find out.

  • Market Capitalization: 2,313 million EUR
  • Revenue: 5,444 million EUR
  • Profit: -230 million EUR
  • Free cash flow: -25 million EUR

Nordex is one of the top 10 players in the global wind industry but with a mixed growth record and industry-wide challenges, can the stock take off?

  • Market Capitalization (TTM): $796 mn
  • Revenue (TTM): $536.03 mn
  • Profit (TTM): $37.37
  • Free cash flow (TTM): $49.65 (annual)

NIU Technologies is one of the largest electric two-wheeler producers globally, paving the way for emissions-free transport. The Chinese manufacturer has sold over 2.4 million e-scooters worldwide. Despite continued strong growth, the stock price is down 66% year-on-year. Read on to find out why this is the case and how I personally see the prospects for the stock.

  • Market Cap (TTM): $1,335 mn
  • Revenue (TTM): $821.36 mn
  • Profit (TTM): $25.50 mn
  • Free cash flow (TTM): $-64.50 mn

Array Technologies is the second-largest supplier of solar tracker systems worldwide. The US company had a place in the sun after it went public in October 2020 and delivered solid profits throughout 2020. But the supply chain disruptions following the post-COVID recovery slashed revenues and have caused the stock price to fall more than 75%. Can the company recover? Is it worthwhile to buy shares now and expect a turnaround? Read on to find out.

  • Market Cap (TTM): $931 mn

Vulcan Energy Resources is selling nothing less than a dream to European automobile manufactures and investors: sustainably sourced, zero-carbon lithium from Germany for electric vehicle battery production. But Vulcan is just starting up, and the journey from dream to profits is at four years long. Read on to find out what opportunities Vulcan offers, the risks, and if the stock is fairly valued…

  • Market Cap (TTM): $43 bn
  • Revenue (TTM): $17.3 bn
  • Profit (TTM): $1.0 bn
  • Free cash flow (Q2 2021): $0.2 bn

Renewable energy, and particularly wind energy, is on everyone’s mind as a solution to supply our homes, industries and electric vehicles with zero emissions electricity. But does that mean that Vestas as the world leading wind turbine manufacturer is a good investment case? Read on to find out…

  • Market Cap (TTM): $15 bn
  • Revenue (TTM): -$0.005 bn
  • Profit (TTM): -$0.7 bn
  • Free cash flow (Q2 2021): -$1.6 bn

Stock prices of hydrogen companies of the likes of Plug Power skyrocketed in 2020 and reached staggering heights early this year following the US presidential election. The expectation was that the Biden administration would make hydrogen a key part of the national clean energy plan with lots of governmental support to fuel the hydrogen economy. The investment media jazzed the hydrogen stocks up. The US neo-broker Robinhood called Plug Power the “latest cult stock” and the stock was one of the most favorited trades on the platform. Read to find out if Plug Power has lived up to the expectations.

  • Market Cap (TTM): $9.96 bn
  • Revenue (TTM): $528 mn
  • Product sold (TTM): 361 mn ltrs
  • Profit (TTM): -$89 mn
  • Free cash flow (Q2 2021): -$533 mn

Oatly offers vegan alternative milk products based on oat. The products are climate-friendly as they cause around 70% less greenhouse gas emissions compared to dairy-based ones. Oatly products are now in almost every supermarket in Europe and the US, which means that the business model is very tangible. Sales grew strongly over the last years, but is Oatly also a strong buy? Click here to read my personal opinion on Oatly.

  • Market Cap (TTM): $710 bn
  • Revenue (TTM): $11.958 bn
  • Cars sold (TTM): 703 900
  • Profit (TTM): $9.228 bn
  • Free cash flow (Q2 2021): $2.614 bn

Tesla is a Pure Climate Stock, as it makes 100% of its revenue from producing and selling electric vehicles and solar home solutions. Tesla has pushed the bounds of what was thought to be achievable and has now sold over a million cars, leaving competitors to see only Tesla’s taillights. But does this impressive growth mean that Tesla is a buy? Read my analysis and personal opinion.

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