This Earth Day, discover the portfolio opportunities that contribute to a cleaner future

NOTNot only is socially responsible investing a way to contribute to a cleaner future, but it can also be right for your investment portfolio. As governments around the world attempt to shift their economies away from high-emitting energy sources, the transition to a greener future may present investment opportunities with the potential for returns.

In the next webcast, This Earth Day, discover the portfolio opportunities that contribute to a cleaner futureBrandon Knott, thematic and specialist strategist for ETFs and index strategies, Invesco, will highlight investment opportunities for a greener future.

To begin with, the Invesco Solar ETF (NYSEArca: TAN) offers wide exposure to solar photovoltaic panel or solar energy sector. The TAN is based on the MAC Global Solar Energy Index, which is made up of companies in the solar energy industry.

For broader exposure to clean energy, investors can look to something like the Invesco WilderHill Clean Energy ETF (PBW). PBW, which tracks the WilderHill Clean Energy Index, is potentially an ideal play on renewable energy adoption at the state level, as various states adopt different clean technologies. The ETF holds 80 stocks, spread across the green energy equity landscape, ensuring investors have a diversified portfolio in a fast-growing market segment. In addition, the ETF builds on other cleantech themes.

Moreover, the Invesco Global Clean Energy ETF (PBD) provides exposure to the global clean energy index, including US and international equities in the underlying portfolio. PBD is also diversifying across different types of clean energy, such as wind, solar and hydro, making it an attractive option for those looking to bet on a clean energy boom but who do not want to make a concentrated bet on a specific sub-sector.

Financial advisors interested in learning more about the topic of clean technology can register for the Friday, April 22 webcast here.

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