Invesco launches ETF providing exposure to 'constantly evolving' clean energy space

Follows WilderHill New Energy Global Innovation index

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Invesco's new UCITS ETF will invest in firms focused on renewable energy sources such as hydroelectricity
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Invesco's new UCITS ETF will invest in firms focused on renewable energy sources such as hydroelectricity

Invesco has launched a new ETF that follows the WilderHill New Energy Global Innovation index to provide investors with exposure to the "transition to cleaner sources of energy".

By following the WilderHill index, the Invesco Global Clean Energy UCITS ETF will invest in companies focused on wind, solar, biofuels, hydro and other renewable energy sources, as well as those involved...

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