4 Top Green Energy Stocks for 2023

These green energy stocks are a solid deal, considering the amount of growth investors should expect in 2023 and beyond.

| More on:
green power renewable energy

Image source: Getty Images

Green energy stocks have proven to be some of the best bread-and-butter stocks investors can pick up lately. However, not everyone feels that way. While some have soared past expectations, others have plummeted. Yet I’d be remiss to say that those investors looking elsewhere are potentially missing out on a massive opportunity.

Investors should always follow the money, and governments and corporations alike are taking renewable energy straight to the bank. So, with that in mind, here are the top green energy stocks I’d consider in 2023.

Brookfield Renewable

If you’re looking for diversification, then I’d first recommend Brookfield Renewable Partners (TSX:BEP.UN). Brookfield owns green energy assets around the world. It’s also a green energy stock that’s been around for more than a decade, with its backer producing renewable energy since the 1890s!

Yet Brookfield stock has come down from its all-time highs around $70 per share. Now, shares are down about 16% year to date, and it trades at just 1.61 times earnings. Not only can you claim value, but you can lock up the company’s 4.85% dividend yield as well for decades of returns and passive income.

Northland Power

If you’re looking for a company that can pay you handsomely to own it, I’d go with Northland Power (TSX:NPI). In fact, Northland stock is one of the green energy stocks seeing an uptick recently because of its monthly dividend status. You can now lock up a yield at 3.18% as of writing, with shares still trading in value territory at 13.52 times earnings.

Like Brookfield, it also has been around for decades, though it specifically focuses on offshore wind farms. I wouldn’t count this against it, as offshore wind could be one of the top renewable energy sources in the future, given you don’t need to take arable land to receive more power. So, again, if you’re looking for green energy stocks and passive income, this is a solid choice in 2023.


If growth is more your territory, I would certainly consider Cameco (TSX:CCO). Cameco stock is a green energy stock in the uranium sector, leading the charge in terms of production around the world. In fact, the main worry is that it will run out of uranium to produce!

Until then, investors will likely continue to see this company thrive over the next decade, with governments throwing money at uranium companies to power reactors. Shares of Cameco stock are already up 16% in the last month alone, though it is expensive, trading at 112.6 times earnings as of writing. Even so, I’d consider it as long as you’re willing to hold onto it for the next few years or more for unreal growth.

Canadian Utilities

This one’s an oldy but a goody. I would certainly look to Canadian Utilities (TSX:CU) if you’re simply nervous about investing in green energy stocks. Utilities are set to continue climbing in use, with a solid move over to clean energy production already underway.

In terms of Canadian Utilities, you get access to the clean energy production while also receiving the benefits of the natural gas transition. Plus, it’s the only Dividend King on the TSX today! So, you can look forward to growing dividends for decades from this company. Shares trade at just 16.74 times earnings as well, with a 4.85% dividend yield to lock up.

This article represents the opinion of the writer, who may disagree with the “official” recommendation position of a Motley Fool premium service or advisor. We’re Motley! Questioning an investing thesis — even one of our own — helps us all think critically about investing and make decisions that help us become smarter, happier, and richer, so we sometimes publish articles that may not be in line with recommendations, rankings or other content.

Fool contributor Amy Legate-Wolfe has positions in Brookfield Renewable Partners. The Motley Fool recommends Brookfield Renewable Partners. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

More on Energy Stocks

Burning gas and electric cooker rings
Energy Stocks

With Natural Gas in Demand, 2 TSX Stocks Are Set to Heat Up

Natural gas stocks such as Tourmaline will see their fortunes rise as natural gas demand and prices rise.

Read more »

Gas pipelines
Stocks for Beginners

3 Reasons to Buy Enbridge Stock Like There’s No Tomorrow

Enbridge (TSX:ENB) is a superb long-term option. Here's why you should buy Enbridge stock right now and hold it for…

Read more »

potted green plant grows up in arrow shape
Energy Stocks

1 Ridiculously Undervalued Growth Stock Down 40% to Buy Hand Over Fist

Don’t miss your chance to load up on this high-yielding, renewable energy growth stock.

Read more »

A solar cell panel generates power in a country mountain landscape.
Energy Stocks

1 Renewable Energy Stock to Buy and Hold

Here's why Brookfield Renewable (TSX:BEP.UN) is a top renewable energy stock long-term investors should consider.

Read more »

financial freedom sign
Energy Stocks

Could Investing $10,000 in Enbridge Make You a Millionaire?

A top-tier dividend stock can help you accumulate wealth or become a millionaire over time.

Read more »

Aerial view of a wind farm
Energy Stocks

Brookfield Renewable Stock Climbs Higher: Time to Buy?

Brookfield Renewable stock (TSX:BEP.UN) continues to climb, but remains below the $40 mark. But that share price looks in view.

Read more »

Nuclear power station cooling tower
Energy Stocks

Up 35%, Is Cameco Stock a Buy in June 2024?

When a stock is bullish, and you have missed the starting point of the trend, it can be challenging to…

Read more »

Oil pumps against sunset
Energy Stocks

4 Top Energy Stocks (With Dividends) to Buy and Hold Forever

These four energy stocks are the best way to get in on long-term income from both growth and dividends.

Read more »