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Solar stocks shoot up on Biden’s aggressive green energy stance

Solar stocks shoot up on Biden’s aggressive green energy stance
Justinas
Baltrusaitis
1 year ago
2 mins read

Solar and renewable energy stocks make big upside strides over the past three months amid Joe Biden’s election victory and pro-clean energy stance.   

The gains accelerated momentum after the newly elected president signed several executive orders to promote the clean energy policy a few minutes after taking the oath. He also announced to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement. Donald Trump withdrew the US from the climate change agreement in 2017 and extended its oil and gas energy policies over the next years.

The market reports have also been hinting at substantial growth for clean energy companies. International Energy Agency claims that solar is likely to be the new king of the power market, with renewables expected to take starring roles.

“I see solar becoming the new king of the world’s electricity markets,” said Fatih Birol, IEA’s executive director. “Based on today’s policy settings, it is on track to set new records for deployment every year after 2022.”

Investors are buying clean energy stocks           

Investors have been rushing to buy solar and other alternative energy stocks over the past couple of months.

Sunworks stock performance. Finviz chart.

The stock price of electrical components and equipment provider Sunworks, Inc. (NASDAQ: SUNW) surged close to 350% in the last month alone, accelerating six months rally to 1,900%.

The company is engaged in offering photovoltaic based power systems to commercial, agricultural, public works, industrial, and residential customers.

SunPower Corporation (NASDAQ: SPWR) is among the biggest gainers as its shares rallied 350% in the six months, thanks to improving fundamentals.

SunPower stock performance. Finviz chart

Polar Power (NASDAQ: POLA), with significant exposure to solar hybrid type systems, jumped almost 80% this week and hits an all-time high of $18 on Thursday.

Polar Power stock performance. Finviz chart

The market analysts are of the opinion that supportive government policies, declining costs, and the robust increase in demand set solar energy to stand among the fastest-growing industries.

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