Ecological and Financial Evaluation of China’s New Energy and Environment Industry Listed Companies

Haiyan Sun

Ekoloji, 2018, Issue 106, Pages: 429-439, Article No: e106057


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The new energy and environment industry is one of the seven strategic emerging industries in China. Its development is of great significance to the advancement of other strategic ecological industries. As the core content of business performance, financial performance can reflect the operating efficiency and performance of the business during a certain period of operation. How to scientifically and ecologically evaluate the financial performance of an enterprise has become an important topic in the field of financial research. This article selects the financial indicators of new energy listed companies from the four aspects of solvency, profitability, operational capacity and development capacity, and ecologically studies the financial performance of 103 selected new energy listed companies, and obtains the financial performance of new energy listed companies and propose solutions to existing problems.


ecological evaluation, financial, new energy, environment, industry


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