Global X CleanTech ETF company info

What does Global X CleanTech ETF do?
Global X CleanTech ETF (NASDAQ:CTEC) focuses on investing in technologies aiming to reduce environmental impacts and enhance operational performance across various industries. This exchange-traded fund targets companies specializing in renewable energy sources, electric vehicles, and energy efficiency technologies. By pooling investments in these forward-looking sectors, Global X CleanTech is positioned to contribute to a sustainable future while seeking to offer investors exposure to the growing clean technology market. The fund's objective is to track the performance of the Indxx Global Clean Technologies Index, reflecting its commitment to innovative and environmentally friendly investments. With an emphasis on green technology, Global X CleanTech aims to deliver not just financial returns but also to play a part in the global transition towards a more sustainable and cleaner energy future.
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Company Snapshot

Is Global X CleanTech ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Global X CleanTech ETF employ?

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Employees
203

What sector is Global X CleanTech ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Global X CleanTech ETF?

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Head Office
New York, United States

What year was Global X CleanTech ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2020
What does Global X CleanTech ETF specialise in?
/Sustainable Investments /Renewable Energy /Carbon Reduction /Advanced Materials /Energy Efficiency /Clean Technologies

What are the products and/or services of Global X CleanTech ETF?

Overview of Global X CleanTech ETF offerings
Renewable energy investments focusing on solar, wind, and hydro power technologies.
Electric vehicle and storage solutions, targeting advancements in battery technology and EV infrastructure.
Water purification and management projects improving access and sustainability.
Energy efficiency technologies for buildings and industrial processes, reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Smart grid technologies enhancing the reliability and efficiency of power distribution.
Waste management and recycling initiatives, turning waste into energy or reusable materials.