As of 04/10/2022
The Solar Energy UCITS ETF (TANN) seeks to offer
pure-play exposure to the rapidly growing global solar industry.
The TANN Solar ETF tracks the EQM Global Solar Energy Index (SOLARNTR) which is focused on companies that derive
significant revenue from solar energy-related business operations including
manufacturing of photovoltaic, solar cells, and systems; producers of solar
power generation, equipment, and components; providers of solar power system
installation, development, and financing; and/or manufacturing of solar-powered
charging and energy storage systems.
Please remember that the value of your investment may go down as well as up and that past performance is no guarantee of future performance.
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Why Invest in TANN Solar ETF?
Europe’s first pure-play solar ETF:
The Solar Energy ETF is Europe’s first ETF to offer pure-play exposure to the rapidly growing global solar industry. (According to HANetf research using ETF Database)
Rapidly growing megatrend:
Solar is the fastest-growing source of new energy capacity with forecasts from Bloomberg NEF 2020 for $4.2 trillion of new solar capacity investment through 2050. By 2040, solar is expected to be the largest source of global electrical capacity with over 35% more installed capacity than natural gas. Fossil fuels are expected to fall to just 24% of power generation by 2050 from the 62% level today. (International Energy Agency 2020)
TANN is scheduled under Article 8 under the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR). Companies will be ESG screened for compliance with UN Global Compact principles plus operational business involvement in the fields of oil sands, fossil fuel, or controversial weapons.
The value of underlying securities can be affected by daily financial
market movements. Other influential factors include political,
economic news, company earnings and significant corporate events.
The solar energy sector may be significantly affected by fluctuations in
energy prices and supply and demand of alternative energy fuels,
energy conservation, the success of exploration projects, tax
incentives, subsidies and other government regulations and policies.
Please remember that the value of your investment may go down as
well as up and your capital is at risk. Please see KIID for full details.