• Sat. Aug 13th, 2022

Solar stocks hit hard by Sen. Manchin opposing climate spending

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Shares of companies in the solar power business suffered a broad drubbing in premarket trading Friday, after Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) said he would oppose any budget reconciliation package that includes climate or energy provisions. Shares of SunRun Inc.
RUN,
-7.39%

sank 6.8%, Enphase Energy Inc.
ENPH,
-1.48%

dropped 4.1%, First Solar Inc.
FSLR,
-9.15%

shed 3.9%, SunPower Corp.
SPWR,
-3.59%

slid 4.3% and SolarEdge Technologies Inc.
SEDG,
-1.32%

gave up 4.4%. Cowen analysts led by Jeffrey Osborne said Manchin’s decision impairs the ability for the U.s. to achieve President Joe Biden’s goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions 50% to 52% below 2005 levels by 2030, but said the shift toward renewable power is “increasingly compelling” and keeps us constructive on the group.



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