As of 27/09/2023
HANetf S&P Global Clean Energy Select HANzero™ UCITS ETF provides pure-play exposure to clean energy.
Electricity generation accounts for 25% of global greenhouse emissions, so the decarbonisation of energy production is at the centre of net-zero goals, and clean energy is poised to benefit.
However, clean energy indices can be carbon intensive – the S&P Global Clean Energy Index is more carbon intensive than the S&P 500. By investing in clean energy with a carbon offset, the carbon emissions linked to the investment are offset through HANzero™, enabling 100% carbon-neutral investing, from the onset.
The Clean Energy ETF tracks the S&P Global Clean Energy Select Index, providing pure-play exposure to companies across biofuel, fuel cell technology, geothermal energy, hydroelectricity, solar, and wind.
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.
*According to HANetf research using ETF Database
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Why Invest in ZERO Clean Energy ETF?
Access carbon neutral investing:
ZERO is Europe’s first ETF with a carbon offset.* A carbon offset reduces emissions of carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases made to compensate for emissions produced elsewhere. The daily carbon value emitted via the portfolio per $1mm invested will be calculated on a daily basis. The carbon accrued will be offset with auditable and certificated climate-positive projects selected with our partners Carbon Footprint. Associated costs will be taken from the fund TER and will not impact performance. (*According to HANetf research using ETF Database)
Europe's lowest cost clean energy ETF:
With a TER of 39bps, ZERO is Europe's lowest cost pure-play clean energy ETF. (According to HANetf research using ETF Database)
Exposure to the original pure-play S&P Global Clean Energy Index:
The IEA states that 95% of all new electrical generating capacity over the next 5 years will be renewable, which is equivalent to the current global power capacity of fossil fuels and nuclear combined. Clean energy, therefore, is poised to benefit. ZERO tracks the S&P Global Clean Energy Select Index, which provides exposure to the largest pure-play companies across biofuel, fuel cell technology, geothermal energy, hydroelectricity, solar, and wind. This provides an alternative to investors who prefer a more focused and targeted selection of global clean energy stocks versus the broader S&P Global Clean Energy Index.
Invest in global clean energy projects:
Examples of our current and historical carbon offset projects include the Larimar Wind Farm Project in the Dominican Republic, Grouped Connect Solar PV Power Generation Project in China, and the construction of the Musi River Hydroplant in Indonesia.
Investment risk may be concentrated in specific sectors, countries, currencies or
companies. This means that the Fund may be more sensitive to any localised
economic, market, political or regulatory events.
Companies in this sector may be susceptible to adverse economic, environmental,
business, regulatory conditions.
Some of the securities in the global clean energy industry might be less liquid and
less efficient than securities representing other sectors.
For a complete overview of all the risks, please refer to the “Risk Factors” in the
Supplement and the Prospectus.