The global transition to clean power and growing demand for renewable energy has been a tailwind for this sector. With the ESG movement, more and more renewable energy companies are seeing large investments from funds and are awarded higher multiples. The Biden presidency is also expected to be a tailwind with infrastructure spending and investments in renewable energy.
Many renewable energy stocks operate in regulated markets and offer stable returns on investments. They usually pay a dividend that should increase over time.
Here are the top 5 renewable energy stocks to watch in 2021:
Europe's biggest utility. His top pick for global transition to clean power. At the forefront of the transition. Based in Italy, operates across multiple geographies. New green deal should provide a lot of funding, of which Enel should be the prime beneficiary. Nice entry point here. Yield is 4.21%. (Analysts’ price target is $9.13)
For the more conservative investor, but good dividend growth. Utility with the highest percent of renewable wind and solar energy. Dividend has grown about 12% over each of last 5 years, and should grow faster. Possible tailwind from Biden presidency. The way the stock's behaved, there's no other utility like it. Yield is 1.89%. (Analysts’…
It is a boring utility, regulated. Dividend just under four percent. They have defensible cash flow streams. She likes the dividend growth. The payout ratio is very reasonable at 65% of cash flow. (Analysts’ price target is $57.93)
Billy Kawasaki’s Insights - Billy’s most-liked answers from 5i Research. The stock is fairly priced versus its peers. Support looks around $20 so there is minor technical risk. However, taking into consideration the dividend and growth prospect, it is a good play. Unlock Premium - Try 5i Free
(A Top Pick Dec 09/19, Up 191%) They make renewable natural gas: They take methane gas from garbage dumps, feed lots and other sources and turn that into natural gas that's shipped through a pipeline. They do this worldwide, building and designing these facilities. He sees strong tailwinds here for the next decade as governments…