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Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 28th, 2022 | 11:10 CET

Russia crisis: Plug Power, Nel ASA, First Hydrogen - Which hydrogen stock to buy now?

  • Hydrogen
  • GreenTech

Buy when the guns are thundering! This stock market wisdom has worked many times before. This time, the chances for a discussion in favor of "alternative energy sources" are excellent because the Russian crisis shows Europe's staggering dependence on fossil fuel energy supply. One of the main suppliers has historically been Russia, and there are virtually no alternatives, especially for the critical natural gas. To avoid getting into a supply bottleneck, the possibilities for extended EU sanctions against Putin are thus also limited. However, the traffic light coalition is unanimous: The development in the direction of hydrogen must get going now to finally get Europe's climate strategy and energy turnaround on track! Here is an overview of the best-positioned titles!

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Commented by Armin Schulz on February 18th, 2022 | 09:42 CET

Nel ASA, First Hydrogen, Plug Power - Hydrogen facing new hype?

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In January 2021, the sky was full of violins for the shareholders of hydrogen shares. But shortly after, disillusionment set in, and anyone who jumped on the bandwagon too late is still suffering massive price losses today if they didn't get out in time. Since the end of fossil fuels is a done deal, the industry and the transport sector need an alternative. The German government sees green hydrogen as an essential building block for the energy transition in the future. For this reason, the National Hydrogen Strategy was launched and endowed with EUR 9 billion. There is also support for companies in other countries. Today we look at three companies in the hydrogen sector.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on February 9th, 2022 | 14:12 CET

Nel ASA, First Hydrogen, Nordex - Hydrogen with tailwind, storm at Nordex!

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Germany's path to climate neutrality is mapped out in the Climate Protection Act. With a tightening, the goal of greenhouse gas neutrality by 2045 is currently being targeted. This goal is to be achieved with the help of renewable energies such as wind power and photovoltaics. The transport sector poses a particular challenge. Here, CO2 emissions have risen over the past two decades despite the development of more efficient vehicles. While batteries are likely to prevail in passenger cars, hydrogen and fuel cell technology is considered the favorite in transportation due to higher ranges and shorter refueling times.

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Commented by Nico Popp on January 13th, 2022 | 11:03 CET

Bayer, First Hydrogen, NEL: This is how innovative investing works!

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Innovation pays off - especially on the stock market. That is because innovative products generate price fantasy, which can generate rich returns on the stock market within a very short period of time. In addition to classic trend themes, such as hydrogen, established companies can also score with innovations. We present three stocks and explain whether they offer opportunities or not.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 4th, 2022 | 11:30 CET

Nel, Plug Power, First Hydrogen, FuelCell Energy - Hydrogen versus Tesla!

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The year 2021 must be defined as the real dawn of electric mobility. Worldwide, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of electric vehicles sold. According to Statista, the shares of the total German passenger car population in 2021 rose to no less than 1.22% of registered vehicles. 3 years earlier, it was only 0.25%. There has been real movement in the new registration figures, with the share of hybrid and purely electric vehicles now at 6.9% and 6.7%, respectively. Therefore, the number of e-vehicles will gradually increase, as every 16th newly registered vehicle no longer has an internal combustion engine. However, after the 2021 climate conference in Glasgow, there was another political commitment to a progressive technology: hydrogen propulsion!

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Commented by Armin Schulz on December 17th, 2021 | 12:50 CET

Nikola, First Hydrogen, Plug Power - Will the transport industry rely on hydrogen?

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While the future of cars is most likely to be electric, the race in the transport industry has not yet been decided. There are electric buses, but they are more likely to be used in warmer climates. In winter, when heating is needed, electric buses are useless. The same applies to trucks and vans, as the high weight of the batteries means that some tractive power is lost here, and longer journeys also become impossible. The transport industry is responsible for a large proportion of CO2 emissions. If we want to achieve the climate targets we have set, we need a solution. Hydrogen could solve the problem, as the vehicles can be refueled much faster and the range is greater. But green hydrogen is still too expensive. Today we look at three companies working on hydrogen solutions.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 1st, 2021 | 14:49 CET

Nel ASA, First Hydrogen, Plug Power - When will the next hydrogen wave come?

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It can be frightening to watch the prices on the stock markets flashing red everywhere in the short term. The number of infections continues to rise worldwide, and a mutant called Omicron is spilling over from South Africa. On the other hand, the central banks continue to pour new money into the markets to promote economic growth. Hydrogen stocks are also correcting sharply at the moment, an opportunity for bold investors to position themselves for the long term.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on November 26th, 2021 | 13:04 CET

Plug Power with a bang - what are Nel and First Hydrogen up to?

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Hydrogen shares are in demand again. The basis for the industry is the political will for hydrogen to become a central pillar of the energy transition. It applies to numerous industrialized countries, and Germany's new traffic light coalition will also stick to it. But there is also positive news from the companies in operational terms. Following ThyssenKrupp's plans to float its hydrogen division on the stock market, Plug Power has now reported a major order with charisma. That should also give new impetus to hydrogen shares such as First Hydrogen and Nel.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on November 9th, 2021 | 11:14 CET

Covestro, First Hydrogen, Volkswagen - Win with hydrogen!

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The UN Climate Change Conference COP26 is in Glasgow until November 12 and is crucial for political climate protection measures in the coming years. The targets have already been put down on paper in black and white. Net Zero Emissions are to be achieved by the middle of the century. Fuel cell and hydrogen drives are essential prerequisites for achieving this Net Zero vision. Various companies have interesting opportunities to enter the market in the context of strategic alliances.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 5th, 2021 | 12:40 CET

First Hydrogen, Nel, Plug Power, Ballard - Glasgow UN Climate Change Conference ups the ante!

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In its hydrogen strategy, the EU plans to expand electrolysis capacities to 40 GW for "green hydrogen" by 2030. Germany contributes one-eighth of the EU-wide total capacity within a national share and is a major driver of innovation due to its technological expertise. Green hydrogen refers to the use of electricity for electrolysis from exclusively renewable energies and is, therefore, a completely CO2-free hydrogen production. As a result, hydrogen technology is in the spotlight for climate-neutral energy production and reducing emissions. We get an overview of the listed protagonists.

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