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Commented by Stefan Feulner on May 24th, 2023 | 08:20 CEST
Allkem, Grid Metals, Rock Tech Lithium - Gigantic movements
It is called the white gold. Lithium-ion batteries are currently the most widely used energy storage devices in electric vehicles. The soft alkali metal offers high specific energy, which means it can store a lot of energy per unit weight, which enables electric vehicles to have a greater range. Due to the growing demand resulting from the transformation in the transport sector, there is a disproportionate demand for the critical raw material. Supply, on the other hand, is severely limited.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on May 17th, 2023 | 08:10 CEST
Heat pump madness and grid expansion: Vonovia, JinkoSolar, Grid Metals
A few weeks ago, Federal Economy Minister Habeck and Saxony-Anhalt Prime Minister Haseloff broke ground for the "SuedOstLink" converter. From 2027, wind energy will flow over the route to Bavaria for the first time. But the north-south connection is only part of the solution. Experts are sounding the alarm and consider massive investments in "the last mile" to be necessary. We take a look at what lies ahead and which companies could benefit.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on May 11th, 2023 | 12:40 CEST
Drumbeat in the lithium sector! BYD, Standard Lithium and Grid Metals
A major merger is brewing in the lithium sector: Australia's Alkem has announced its intention to take over its US competitor Livent. This is further impetus for lithium shares to complete their sharp correction. The Bank of America, among others, sees light at the end of the tunnel. The price of lithium has stabilized, battery manufacturers have reduced their inventories, and the reopening of China is causing demand to rise. Against the background of the threatened nationalization - or at least partial nationalization - of lithium projects in Chile, investors should closely examine where the mining areas are located. This is where Standard Lithium, active in the US, and Grid Metals, active in Canada, come into play. Are carmakers like BYD, Volkswagen or Tesla grabbing hold of exciting projects in North America?Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 5th, 2023 | 09:50 CEST
The future calls for battery metals! BYD, Grid Metals, VW - The international pecking order in e-mobility is reshuffling!
Since Western governments have finally started to get serious about climate protection, the media have focused on the areas of energy, mobility and health. It is clear to all participants that the changes in the world climate will lead to undesirable developments. Glaciers are melting, the earth's temperature is rising, and the oceans are already too warm for many species. Huge investments are being made in renewable power generation and modern mobility solutions, and it requires access to metals. Some companies are making a name for themselves, and shareholders can profit from this.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on April 17th, 2023 | 09:30 CEST
E-car surprise in China: Mercedes-Benz, BYD, Grid Metals
E-cars? Yes, please! At least, that is the case for Mercedes CEO Ola Källenius. He sees his company clearly focused on the electric drive - regardless of technology openness. This seems to be paying off at Mercedes: In the first quarter, the Swabians sold almost twice as many e-cars as in the previous year. But how far can this growth go? What do the absolute figures say? We make the comparison and outline investment opportunities.Read