3 Budding Green Energy Stocks (& One to Beware)

3 Budding Green Energy Stocks (& One to Beware)

The world is determined to transition from fossil fuels to renewable and green energy, so how can investors benefit from a double bottom line of smart investing and saving the world? 

Today, there are a growing number of smaller-cap, publicly traded green energy companies with undeniable potential. They are looking to disrupt the market and become the ExxonMobiles & Chevrons of tomorrow. To find the outstanding green energy stocks, we used our AI-based research platform to identify which companies are poised for a breakout moment. 

Below are 3 budding green energy stocks:

Brookfield Renewable (NYSE: BEPC)

Brookfield Renewable owns and operates a portfolio of renewable energy power generating facilities primarily in the United States, Europe, Colombia, and Brazil. The company boasts an EBITDA margin of 64%, and reported a return on equity (ROE) ratio of 4.7, representing a change of 421% from the previous report. In their recent filing, Brookfield Renewable reported sales of $997M compared to $817M a year ago, an increase of ~20%. Net income was reported as $1.05B, compared to $611M a year ago, which is almost a 40% increase. Because of these factors, as well as strong asset turnover and FCF/share (free cash flow per share) metrics, Brookfield Renewable earned a Strong Buy from Deshe Analytics (full report) on August 5th. 

The 50-day, 200-day, and MACD technical indicators are all Bullish as of the date of this article. However, the 5-day, RSI, and Stoch indicators are more Neutral

NextEra Energy Partners (NYSE: NEP)

NextEra acquires, owns, and manages contracted clean energy projects in the United States. It owns a portfolio of contracted renewable generation assets consisting of wind and solar projects, as well as contracted natural gas pipeline assets. The company also boasts an impressively high EBITDA margin of 66%, with a reported return on equity (ROE) ratio of 9, representing a change of 372% from the previous report. NextEra reported revenues of $362M, compared to $253M, which was a 43% increase from a year ago. Their net income was reported as $219M, compared to net loss of $74M a year ago. Diluted earnings per share from continuing operations was $4.33 compared to $1.68 a year ago. These factors, as well as net cash flow ($141M, which showed a change of 156.4% from the last filing) and industry-leading CapEx metrics changes, earned them a Strong Buy from Deshe Analytics (full report) on July 27th. 

Moreover, the 5-day, 50-day, 200-day, MACD, and RSI technical indicators are all Bullish as of the date of this article. 

Montauk Renewables (NASDAQ: MNTK)

Montauk Renewables, a renewable energy company, develops, owns, and operates renewable natural gas (RNG) projects that capture methane and prevent it from being released into the atmosphere by converting it into either RNG or electrical power for the electrical grid. As of August 9th, Montauk’s P/B (price to book) hit 12.1, which was a 41% change from the previous period. Their industry-leading book value factors momentum reinforces an expectation for future positive momentum for their stock price going forward. The company’s ROE (return on equity) and FCF/share metrics were calculated by our AI to be particularly strong and industry-leading (click for full analysis report). Moreover, Montauk reported sales of $68M compared to $32M a year ago, which is more than a 100% increase. Their net income was reported this quarter as $19M, compared to a net loss of $4.7M a year ago. On August 9th, Montauk Renewables earned one of the highest scores for companies in this sector (98/100) and a Strong Buy from Deshe Analytics. 

Similar to Netra, the 5-day, 50-day, 200-day, MACD, and RSI technical indicators are all Bullish as of the date of this article.

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