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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on March 27th, 2024 | 08:15 CET

Energy sector on the upswing: Siemens Energy, Manuka Resources and Nordex Group focus on a sustainable future

  • Mining
  • Vanadium
  • renewableenergies
  • Energy

International collaborations are lucrative ventures for energy companies such as Siemens Energy. As a strong partner for Iraq, the Group supports the country in the secondary utilization of by-product gases for power generation that would otherwise be lost. Vanadium, a critical raw material for sustainable construction and electromobility, is needed. China and Russia possess the most deposits but are politically insecure. This is reason enough for the company Manuka Resources to explore a rich vanadium area off the coast of New Zealand. Thanks to an accelerated procedure for granting mining permits by the New Zealand government, operations could commence soon. Wind turbine manufacturer Nordex is also in the starting blocks: with an order from South Africa, the Hamburg-based company will deliver 57 turbines to the coastal region. Here are the details.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 23rd, 2024 | 07:00 CET

Will GreenTech soon be back in vogue? Nel ASA, Klimat X, Nordex, and Plug Power are under analyst scrutiny!

  • Sustainability
  • GreenTech
  • renewableenergies
  • Hydrogen

Despite new record highs in global stock markets, the GreenTech sector has yet to show any gains. The hydrogen sector, in particular, which was hyped in 2020/21, has been struggling for the past three years. With share price losses of 70 to 90%, investors are hopeful that a bottom could be reached in the foreseeable future. We analyze whether this could already be the case and present an alternative in the form of Klimat X. Business is running smoothly here, and the CO2 savings are even certified.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 15th, 2024 | 07:15 CET

The Nel share is tumbling, Nordex is gaining momentum, and dynaCERT is building strength

  • Hydrogen
  • renewableenergies
  • Technology

Is there a 70% upside potential in the Nordex share? This is what analysts are suggesting based on the convincing preliminary figures. But is this development sustainable? Shareholders are hoping for convincing quarterly figures from Nel, even though no major orders have been reported for some time. The share is in a clear downward trend, and analysts have recently drastically reduced the price target for the hydrogen pure-play. While the shares of Nel, Plug Power & Co. are stumbling, dynaCERT is showing relative strength. In an industry environment that is anything but positive, the shares of the Canadian hydrogen company are forming a base.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on February 14th, 2024 | 07:30 CET

Nel ASA, Klimat X Developments, Nordex - Climate Neutral: The Business Booster

  • Sustainability
  • renewableenergies
  • Energy

In a world that is increasingly scrutinizing the ecological footprint of business ventures, companies that actively integrate measures to achieve climate neutrality into their business processes are increasingly coming into focus. Such proactive companies can gain a significant competitive advantage in the current environment. It is not only end consumers who are increasingly paying attention to the climate neutrality of companies but also the companies themselves. Being climate-neutral enhances the value of one's brand, providing an additional selling point, and green companies receive bonus points in financing discussions. We take a look at three companies that are trying to make the world a greener place.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on February 13th, 2024 | 07:15 CET

Nordex, Kraken Energy, Siemens Energy - Energy shares making a comeback

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • Energy
  • renewableenergies

Whether wind, solar or hydrogen, in recent months, listed companies in the renewable energy sector have almost exclusively undergone a sharp correction. The expectations of market participants at the beginning of the decade for achieving climate goals were too high. Currently, there seems to be an end in sight, with the first fallen angels forming a solid foundation that could lead to a new upward wave. The nuclear energy sector has already started to pick up, with the uranium price reaching a new multi-year high. Further opportunities to participate in the upward trend lie dormant here, particularly in the second tier.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on January 24th, 2024 | 07:15 CET

Nordex, Prospera Energy, RWE - Tomorrow's energy as an opportunity for the portfolio

  • Energy
  • renewableenergies
  • Oil

As the world increasingly focuses on transitioning to a low-carbon future, a complex picture of tomorrow's energy supply is emerging - a finely balanced mosaic of renewables, the gradual withdrawal from coal and the continued need for oil. Solar energy, wind power and hydropower form the backbone of renewables, and governments and companies worldwide are relying on their expansion to reduce emissions. At the same time, coal-fired power plants are on the verge of being phased out, as they are among the biggest emitters in the climate balance sheet. Despite the transformation, oil continues to play an important role in the global economy. It is an energy source that will still be needed in the long term for the manufacture of products, in transportation and in sectors where alternatives are not yet fully developed.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 16th, 2024 | 07:00 CET

Nel Asa, Altech Advanced Materials, Nordex - Now the analysts speak

  • Technology
  • Innovations
  • renewableenergies

Here we go again; the eagerly awaited reporting season began last week. After the major banks initially published their figures, both positive and negative surprises are likely to dominate the markets until mid-February. Several analyst firms have already expressed their forecasts and adjusted their share price targets in advance. The performance of companies in the renewable energy sector is likely to be particularly exciting. High volatility is guaranteed here.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 9th, 2024 | 06:45 CET

Despite farmers' strike - rally with hydrogen and GreenTech ahead in 2024! Nel ASA, First Hydrogen, Nordex and Siemens Energy

  • Hydrogen
  • GreenTech
  • renewableenergies

While the DAX and NASDAQ are soaring from high to high, some stocks are completely falling by the wayside. We are talking about countless GreenTech stocks that have missed the boat in terms of profitability. In the 2023 investment year, solar, wind and hydrogen companies suffered losses of between 50% and 80%. Investors responded to the lack of profits with a collective exodus and offset the share price gains of the last three years. The decisions taken at the World Climate Conference in Dubai could now be the starting signal for a medium-term rebound attempt. Those who analyze the situation closely may arrive at surprising insights.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 28th, 2023 | 07:00 CET

Fireworks for the 2024 energy transition: Siemens Energy, Almonty Industries, Siemens and Nordex in your New Year's Eve portfolio?

  • Mining
  • Tungsten
  • renewableenergies

Supporters of GreenTech shares came away empty-handed in terms of performance in 2023. Despite repetitive messaging from Berlin, Brussels, and Washington, alternative energy projects have yet to really take off. There is a lack of private investors willing to finance the less profitable billion-dollar projects. However, after the conclusion of the Climate Conference in Dubai, a new force of anti-fossil fuel world improvers might emerge, initiating the new year with fresh debt-funded projects. Yield hunters should, therefore, briefly bet on the losers from 2023 at the start of the year in order to ride the euphoric New Year wave. Here are a few suggestions.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 19th, 2023 | 07:20 CET

GreenTech in turnaround in 2024? Siemens Energy, Altech Advanced Materials, Nordex and Varta in focus

  • GreenTech
  • Batteries
  • renewableenergies

The investment year 2023 was not a highlight for owners of GreenTech shares. All stocks that were supposed to benefit from the government's fabulous climate change targets were crushed. Hydrogen stocks lost 75% on average, and the wind and solar sectors fell by at least 50%. A look ahead to 2024 now raises questions, as the Berlin traffic light coalition abruptly halted support for heating and e-mobility due to the Karlsruhe ruling. This will now be a litmus test for GreenTech producers, as they must assert themselves on the market without subsidies. It is a bold experiment if the state no longer offers incentives. We take a closer look.

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