The MAC Global Solar Energy Index (SUNIDX) is a rules-based stock index that seeks to track the performance of companies in global solar energy businesses. The universe of companies that may be considered eligible for potential index inclusion is based on scanning company description and segment data for relevant search terms as described in Eligibility Criteria. The search terms are maintained by S&P DJI and are intended to identify those companies that place a degree of importance on solar business activities. The Index applies exclusions based on a company’s involvement in specific business activities and includes minimum requirements for the S&P Global Governance and Economic Scores as outlined under Eligibility Criteria. The Index is a modified float-adjusted market-capitalization-weighted Index subject to Solar Exposure Scores and other constraints as detailed in the Index methodology.
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The weightings for each sector of the index are rounded to the nearest tenth of a percent; therefore, the aggregate weights for the index may not equal 100%.
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