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Stephan Dorfmeister
Finance Department | Deep Nature Project GmbH
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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.

time to read: 2 minutes by Mario Hose


 

Solutions for a clean environment

The companies Ballard Power and NEL ASA are among the billion-dollar companies in the hydrogen scene. With their fuel cells and solutions for building an infrastructure they are part of the eco-system. However, the successful implementation of a hydrogen strategy requires time and investments.

dynaCERT has developed a hydrogen technology that helps diesel engines save up to 19% fuel and reduce NOx emissions by up to 88% with relatively little effort now. In addition, a reduction of up to 55% in particulate matter and up to 9% in CO2 emissions has been measured.

Major order attracts interest

dynaCERT announced this morning a large order for the delivery of 3,000 units of the HydraGEN (TM) model. The company has so far refrained from publishing wholesale prices, but assuming that a HydraGEN unit of this model would cost approximately CAD 5,000.00, the order would have an estimated sales volume of CAD 15 million.

In the future, the cooperation with the sales partner KarbonKleen will be expanded. A further cooperation with Velociti should support sales. The share price has already reacted and was able to increase by 12% to EUR 0.449 on Tradegate. In February 2020, the share was briefly traded at over EUR 0.90.

Considerable potential for fleets

Brian Semkiw, CEO of KarbonKleen, said: "In the past few months, some of the largest fleets in North America have been piloting HydraGEN (TM) Technology. These fleets have been experiencing the benefits of the reduced emissions, increased performance and fuel savings across all users and we expect a vibrant expansion of the pilot programmes to full fleet deployment with the subsiding of the Coronavirus pandemic. (...)“

Cooperation with partners bears fruit

Jim Payne, CEO of dynaCERT, describes the potential and importance of the collaboration: "KarbonKleen has proved their capability of connecting and selling to the largest fleets in North America. At our recent international sales meetings in February 2020, dynaCERT invited Velociti to present their unique skills and penetrating reach in the trucking industry in the USA and we were very proud to introduce them to partner with KarbonKleen.

Our three-party collaboration results in an unprecedented strategic growth business engine with favourable potential in our own backyard. I feel confident that dynaCERT has found the right solution to deliver both financing and service to our dealer’s clients with such a professional team of high calibre people. In addition to our on-going work to verify future Carbon Credits, residual monthly cash flows from subscriptions benefits our shareholders."


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09. July 2020 | 07:41 CET

Ballard Power, NEL ASA, Plug Power - what comes after hydrogen now?

  • Hydrogen

The shares of hydrogen companies are constantly reaching new highs and the profits of the shareholders are increasing accordingly on paper. Paper profits are a fine thing, but they better not melt away. Selling in a falling market is usually harder than dealing with the lost profits from a rising share price. Given that hydrogen as an energy carrier is still a future technology that depends on many political factors to really offer environmentally friendly added value, it is advisable not to hope that the trees will grow endlessly into the sky. Realizing partial profits has not harmed anyone yet. The next big trend has already begun and it is time to position ourselves.

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17. June 2020 | 10:13 CET

Ballard Power, dynaCERT, ITM Power - what hydrogen investors need to know now

  • Hydrogen

The hydrogen industry is in the focus of investors and the energy carrier is giving hope to politics and economy. While the general public still has to struggle with the Corona consequences, the champagne mood has already returned at the stock exchange with the hydrogen shares. Every announcement with details of turnover and visions is frenetically celebrated and leads to an increase in market capitalization through share purchases. Scalable business models with a focus on environmental protection are in demand and, as is well known, money can be earned with solutions.

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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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