Low Carbon ETF

This is the low carbon dioxide emission ETF. Within this low carbon ETF you will find stocks of companies that have a lower than average carbon dioxide emission.

So to be clear on this, it is not an ETF that includes companies that are active in lowering the emission of carbon dioxide as their main mission. It is more a “better than the rest” low carbon ETF.

You will also find companies that have an active plan in lowering their own CO2 emissions. This low carbon ETF is 100% European, so you will only invest in European companies. 

Low Carbon 100 Europe Theam Easy UCITS ETF

This Theam Easy Low Carbon ETF is tracking the Low Carbon 100 Europe Index and it includes 100 stocks of low CO2 emitting companies. The largest company is Roche Holding with 8%. Bayer comes in second with 5% and Sanofi is third with almost 5%. The spread among market sectors is balanced.

Looking at the countries of origin it is the UK that is leading here with a 27% share. France is second with 26% and Switzerland comes in third with 14%. Striking is the low place for Germany (8% share) which indicates that they are not forerunners in CO2 reduction.

All in all you will get many leading and modern European companies in this low carbon ETF. Looking at investment returns the same conclusion can be made (about 15% a year which is considerable).

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Low Carbon 100 Europe Theam Easy UCITS ETF info:

 

ETF provider: Theam Easy (BNP Paribas)

Ticker: ECN

ISIN: FR0010655597

Currency: Euro

Exchange: Euronext Parijs

The Low Carbon 100 Europe Theam Easy UCITS ETF has quotations on different exchanges and is known under several ticker symbols. As long as the ISIN number is identical you are dealing with the same ETF.