Dividends4Life: Green Dividend Stocks That Will Let You Sleep At Night

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If you want to green your portfolio, but the wild swings of First Solar (NASD:FSLR), Tesla (NASD:TSLA), SolarCity (NASD:SCTY), and even clean energy ETFs like Powershares Wilderhill Clean Energy (NYSE:PBW) are a bit too much to let you sleep at night, you’re not alone. None of us want to spend much time worrying about the safety of our portfolios, and I think it’s a good policy to build a green stock portfolio around large positions in boring, dividend paying stocks that may not ever produce spectacular returns, but which also are unlikely to go bankrupt or plummet if they miss a quarterly earnings estimate. Below are three such stocks which I have not been writing about much, but they are still good dividend payers, and all are significant holdings in my green stock portfolios:

Brookfield Renewable (BEP) is one of the largest listed pure-play renewable power platforms globally, Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. (OTC:AQUNF) owns and operates a diversified portfolio of $3 billion of regulated water, electricity, and natural gas utilities and and non-regulated renewable energy, natural gas, and waste to energy generation and co-generation in the US and Canada and Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital, Inc. (HASI) provides debt and equity financing focusing on energy efficiency, clean energy, and infrastructure projects.

Source: Forbes

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