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U.S. and Global Clean Energy, Water, and Grid Infrastructure Stock Indexes

Clean Edge is a clean-tech stock indexing pioneer, having launched the Nasdaq Clean Edge Green Energy index in 2006. The firm continues to innovate, now offering indexes across diverse sectors including clean energy, transportation, storage, electric grid, and water. As the world transitions away from fossil fuels and towards a low-carbon future, the company's indexes offer sector-focused benchmarks.

Clean Edge currently publishes four stock indexes with Nasdaq: CELS tracks U.S.-traded clean-energy companies; GWE covers companies engaged and involved in the global wind industry;  HHO tracks U.S.-listed companies in the potable water and wastewater market; and QGRD covers global smart grid and grid infrastructure firms. Exchange traded funds based on the indexes are offered by First Trust, under the ticker symbols QCLN, FAN, FIW, and GRID respectively. 

Q3 2021 Index Performance

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12-Month Index Performance (through September 30, 2021)

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Year to Date Performance (through September 30, 2021)

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The information contained above is provided for informational and educational purposes only. Clean Edge is not an investment adviser, and none of the information, including any Nasdaq Clean Edge index, should be construed as investment advice or relied on as the basis for making any kind of investment decision. Neither Clean Edge nor any of its affiliates makes any recommendation whatsoever to buy or sell any securities, fund, or financial product or any representation about the financial condition of any company, fund, or financial product. Information regarding any Clean Edge index is not a guarantee of future performance. Actual results may differ materially from those expressed or implied. Past performance is not indicative of future results and should never be relied upon for making any kind of investment decisions. Investors should undertake their own due diligence and carefully evaluate companies before investing. ADVICE FROM A SECURITIES PROFESSIONAL IS STRONGLY ADVISED.