Governments and corporations worldwide are shifting to renewable, less-polluting energy. President Biden pledged a 50% decrease in greenhouse gas pollution by 2030 compared to 2005 levels in April 2022.

Global Clean Energy Bull 2x (ticker: KLNE) Want to gamble on the clean energy sector's outperformance? KLNE offers daily leveraged exposure to the S&P Global Clean Energy Index (SPGTCLEN).

Global Clean Energy Bull 2x (ticker: KLNE) Want to gamble on the clean energy sector's outperformance? KLNE offers daily leveraged exposure to the S&P Global Clean Energy Index (SPGTCLEN).

First Trust Nasdaq Clean Edge Green Energy Index Fund (QCLN) QCLN monitors the Nasdaq Clean Edge Green Energy Index. QCLN holds 61 U.S. stocks based on their market capitalization weights.

SPDR S&P Kensho Clean Power ETF (CNRG) CNRG also tracks the performance of U.S. large-cap clean energy stocks but opts for a different index.

Global X Solar ETF (RAYS) Investors bullish on solar energy can buy RAYS for pure exposure to solar companies. Compared with passive ETFs, RAYS employs additional screeners.

Invesco Solar ETF (TAN) A more established alternative to RAYS is TAN, with $2.3 billion in AUM but a higher expense ratio of 0.66%. Like RAYS, TAN also offers pure solar energy exposure.

First Trust Global Wind Energy ETF (FAN) FAN gives optimistic clean energy investors pure-play wind exposure. FAN covers the 52-company ISE Clean Edge Global Wind Energy Index.