Invesco expands ESG ETF range with solar energy product

Tracking MAC Global Solar Energy index

Anna Fedorova
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Gary Buxton, head of EMEA ETFs and indexed strategies at Invesco

Gary Buxton, head of EMEA ETFs and indexed strategies at Invesco

Invesco has listed an ETF on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) which focuses on global companies that are leading the world in solar energy technology.

The Invesco Solar Energy UCITS ETF will track the performance of the MAC Global Solar Energy index, which was developed by solar industry experts and is administered and calculated by S&P Dow Jones Indices. The London-listed ETF is denominated in US dollars with an ongoing charge of 0.69% per annum, and is classed as an Article 8 fund under SFDR. Gary Buxton, head of EMEA ETFs and indexed strategies at Invesco, said: "Leaders of the major economies of the world may not agree on many things, but they are united in tackling climate change. "With the goal of reaching net-zero carbon e...

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