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The Complete Guide To Cleantech Investing for 2023 is Available Now

As part of our mission to make climate investing easy and accessible, our team is proud and excited to share our 2023 Complete Guide To Cleantech Investing: A guide featuring and reviewing 95 Climate impact listed companies to inspire more Australians to do well and do good via climate investing.

A cleantech stock investing guide reviewing 95 climate impact investment ideas to consider in 2023

Using financial data and impact analysis, Bloom’s team developed The Complete Guide To Cleantech Investing for 2023. The report details our proprietary methodology for how to select climate investment opportunities and capitalise on the Green technology transition that’s occurring today.

Extract from the eBook

A green investing guide covering a wide range of climate solutions: renewable energy, waste management, recycling, electric transportation stocks and many more

  • What is climate impact investing and how it works

  • How to invest in Australian (ASX) and International stocks that truly make a positive climate impact (and avoid greenwashing!)

  • How to diversify your portfolio across 6 different climate impact verticals including industry, electricity, transport, telepresence, food and buildings

  • At a glance, what is the performance and impact of 95 climate impact companies you can consider investing in across the following sectors:

  1. Renewable Energy

  2. Waste management

  3. Energy Storage

  4. Recycling

  5. Electric Transportation

  6. Sustainable Food & agriculture

  7. Green Building & Manufacturing

Dan East, Bloom’s CIO said: “Our guide provides great insight into some of the fantastic listed companies locally and internationally which are making a real difference. For each investment, we detail the climate impact, market capitalisation of the asset and past returns data. We want to show our community that green investing doesn’t stop with solar. Innovative technology companies across a wide range of solutions are on a growth mega-trend: Green Hydrogen, Energy Storage, Lithium & Critical Materials, Alternative Cement, the list goes on. This guide is not a reflection of the Bloom Portfolio or a specific endorsement for stocks, but a source of inspiration for Australians who wish to invest in listed equity markets with a climate impact philosophy.

Camille Socquet-Clerc, Bloom's CEO said: “We are proud to be sharing publicly and for free, what we believe is the most complete and thorough resource on green-listed stocks online. We know that a lot of investors are looking for information on how to do climate investing and searching for the best renewable stocks to invest in, but they don’t have the resources or the time to do the research. After months of research and work compiling this data, we hope this report will inspire thousands of Australians to start or enhance their climate investing journey”.

ℹ️ Note: The 95 companies featured in the eBook are not vetted and recommended by Bloom. This ebook is not financial advice but a tool to learn about impact investing and find climate investment ideas. For each company, we have included financial figures and their impact for you to conduct your own research. The list is not a reflection of the Bloom Climate Impact Fund holdings, a list of recommended investments, or an exhaustive list of all the available cleantech investing opportunities. Our list is a snapshot to inspire you to start your climate impact investing journey using some of the research we have completed in building our portfolio. Whether you use this eBook as a launchpad for your investing journey or to scrub up on years of knowledge, get ready to save hours of research on cleantech investments.

The information on this blog is prepared by Bloom Impact Investment Services Pty Ltd (ACN 651 965 098 AR 001294778), who is an authorised representative of Cache Investment Management Pty Ltd (ACN 624 306 430 AFSL 514 360) (Cache). All information is general information only and does not take into account your personal circumstances, financial situation or needs. The units in the Bloom Climate Impact Fund will be issued by Melbourne Securities Corporation Limited (ACN 160 326 545 AFSL 428 289), as disclosed in the relevant PDS. You should also read the TMD which describes who the financial products mentioned herein, may be appropriate for. All information is general information only and does not consider your personal circumstances, financial situation or needs. Before making a financial decision, you should read the PDS and consider whether the product is right for you and whether you should obtain advice from a professional financial adviser. All investments carry risk. You may lose some or all of your money invested.

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