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Stephan Dorfmeister, Finance Department, Deep Nature Project GmbH

Stephan Dorfmeister
Finance Department | Deep Nature Project GmbH
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office@deep-nature.at

+43 681 10139055

Like Aurora Cannabis and Canopy Growth, Deep Nature Project GmbH focuses on value chain


Alison Coutts, Executive Chairman, Memphasys Ltd.

Alison Coutts
Executive Chairman | Memphasys Ltd.
30 Richmond Road, 2140 Homebush West (AUS)

alison.coutts@memphasys.com

+61 2 8415 7300

Memphasys Executive Chairman Alison Coutts on in vitro fertilisation (IVF)


Thomas Soltau, CEO, wallstreet:online capital AG

Thomas Soltau
CEO | wallstreet:online capital AG
Michaelkirchstraße 17/18, 10179 Berlin (D)

service@smartbroker.de

+49 30 27 57 76 464

Smartbroker - wallstreet:online capital AG CEO Thomas Soltau in an interview on the market launch


29. April 2020 | 08:36 CET

Ballard Power, dynaCERT, NEL ASA - who has the most lucrative hydrogen technology?

  • Hydrogen

The economy around the globe is in a waiting position. As soon as the spread of the Corona Virus no longer poses a general threat or the social understanding of restrictions disappears, the economic race for customers and market share begins. In recent weeks, companies have had the opportunity to reflect and orient themselves. As soon as the restrictions for the general market disappear, it will become clear who has done their homework and which economic area can still afford subsidies.

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Hydrogen technology for retrofitting

dynaCERT is the newcomer of the hydrogen scene, with a technology that has been awarded several prizes. The company has been working on the product launch of its innovation since 2019. The technology is called HydraGEN and can be offered to customers in different sizes. The size of the HydraGEN unit depends on the application, the larger the combustion engine, the larger the unit of dynaCERT for retrofitting.

HydraGEN makes diesel green

The advantage of HydraGEN is that the unit produces hydrogen from distilled water on demand and adds it to the diesel engine as a catalyst during the combustion process. This increases the efficiency of the engine and reduces fuel consumption by up to 20%. In addition, the emission of pollutants is significantly reduced. Measurements have shown a reduction in NOx of up to 88%. The emission of particulate matter is reduced by up to 55% and CO2 up to 10%.

Well-known investors on board

With dynaCERT's innovation, existing vehicles do not need to be replaced and the market is correspondingly large with around one billion diesel engines. One of the largest European automobile logistics companies has understood this. The Mosolf Group has been working closely with dynaCERT since last year and with the investment of Eric Sprott, who invested CAD 14 million in a financing round, another prominent market participant came on board.

CEO Jim Payne introduced the company yesterday at the 29th MKK Conference from GBC AG and the presentation is available via the following link: webcasts.eqs.com/mkk2020dynacert/de

Need for investment burdens expansion

The Canadian company Ballard Power has been developing fuel cells for more than three decades to use hydrogen as an energy source without CO2 emissions. Ballard Power's solutions are now used in many areas of logistics and energy supply. Similar to the plant manufacturer NEL ASA, the customer or state must be willing to invest in order to realize the development of a hydrogen infrastructure.

In Germany, there is already a filling station network for gasoline and diesel consisting of more than 14,000 branches. The construction of a comparable network with hydrogen would probably cost well over EUR 20 billion. However, a modern network alone is not enough; then customers will also need competitive vehicles with fuel cells.

Catch-up potential for the newcomer

Considering that the response to the Corona Pandemic has put a massive strain on the public sector budget, it can be assumed that the solution of dynaCERT, consisting of existing vehicles and the filling station network, will have a competitive advantage in the foreseeable future. Bottom line, however, any solution that contributes to environmental protection is good and important. In comparison, however, stock market valuations still differ, with Ballard Power valued at EUR 2.3 billion, dynaCERT at EUR 150 million and NEL ASA at EUR 1.5 billion. A possible catch-up potential is obvious.


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27. May 2020 | 16:35 CET

Air Liquide, NEL ASA, RHC Royal Helium Corp. - Helium replaces hydrogen

  • Helium
  • Hydrogen

Helium is a chemical element and is lighter than air. It belongs to the pure gases, is colourless, odourless, tasteless and is generally regarded as non-toxic. Because of these characteristics, helium is already replacing hydrogen in industrial use. However, experts warn of a global shortage, as the supply of this strategic raw material has fallen to its lowest level in 20 years.

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11. May 2020 | 12:38 CET

Ballard Power, dynaCERT, NEL - Major order boosts share price

  • Hydrogen

In recent months, investors have focused on the shares of companies in the hydrogen sector. In addition to manufacturers of fuel cells and equipment for the production, storage and sale of the energy carrier, suppliers offering retrofit solutions were also in demand. Mobility is changing and the need for a clean environment is increasing. The use of different promising technologies depends on a number of factors. But there are already scalable solutions for now and today.

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05. March 2020 | 13:01 CET

dynaCERT, Plug Power, Powercell Sweden - which stocks have the highest potential?

  • Hydrogen

Last week the shares of hydrogen companies were traded volatile. Profit-taking combined with the general panic on the stock markets caused sharp price losses. Those who have so far only watched from the sidelines can now enter the market. According to the motto: 'be greedy when others are fearful', investors have been able to take advantage of attractive entry prices in recent days. It is now becoming clear that central banks and governments are concertedly tackling the consequences of the current corona virus for the economy, and the DAX and DOW have already moved away from their lows.

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