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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on September 16th, 2022 | 11:52 CEST

Altech Advanced Materials, Tesla, BYD - German engineering before Germany as a business location

  • Batteries
  • Electromobility
  • Technology

Germany is the land of engineers, and German engineering is known worldwide for its outstanding quality. Altech Advanced Materials, for example, has launched a joint venture with the Fraunhofer Institute IKTS to commercialize even more powerful batteries than before. CERENERGY® batteries can be used for renewable energy storage as well as for industrial and private household applications. They are resource efficient and provide a reliable energy supply. German e-car enthusiasts can also look forward to the launch of three BYD models in Germany. And competitor Tesla is moving from Germany back to the US - President Biden has created a government lure...

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on September 14th, 2022 | 15:17 CEST

BYD, Altech Advanced Materials, Varta - Breakthrough in the battery market

  • Battery
  • Lithium

Electromobility is considered a key technology in the transformation of the transport sector. In 2021 alone, the number of new registrations and the market share of battery-powered vehicles more than doubled. In addition to the charging infrastructure, efficiency plays a decisive role in the expansion of e-cars. Another obstacle to rapid growth is likely to be the shortage of lithium, an essential raw material for the production of lithium-ion batteries, due to the high demand. A German company is about to start a revolution with new innovative technology. The main component of the new battery is regular table salt, which is available in extremely large quantities and is produced in highly diversified regions.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on September 6th, 2022 | 11:50 CEST

The Tesla hunters: BYD, VW, Altech Advanced Materials, Varta - Which share is ahead?

  • Electromobility
  • Batteries
  • Technology

Alongside autonomous driving and new car-sharing concepts, electromobility represents the mobility of the future. With the electrification of the drive and the storage of the energy required for this in powerful batteries, combustion engines are now to disappear from our roads by 2035 - this is the almost unanimous political view. The aim is to reduce hazardous emissions to health and, simultaneously, to cut emissions of climate-damaging carbon dioxide. This is accompanied by a fundamental change in the automotive and supplier industry: In terms of value, the battery will be by far the largest cost factor in the automobile in the future. What is the current status?

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Commented by Armin Schulz on August 29th, 2022 | 13:01 CEST

BYD, Altech Advanced Materials, Varta - Is hydrogen displacing e-mobility?

  • Electromobility
  • Technology
  • Batteries

Chancellor Scholz was in Canada with Economics Minister Habeck to secure gas and hydrogen for the future. According to CEO Oliver Zipse, BMW is looking into series production of hydrogen cars. These are alarm signals for the producers of batteries for electric vehicles. Until recently, the electric drive was the preferred option in the passenger car market. The disadvantages are the long charging times, the low range and safety aspects. The hydrogen drive can score points, especially in terms of charging times. If the electric drive is to maintain its lead, the batteries in electric cars must become more efficient. Today, we look at three companies trying to solve the problems of rechargeable batteries.

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Commented by Nico Popp on August 17th, 2022 | 13:45 CEST

E-cars? This is what matters now! Mercedes-Benz Group, Altech Advanced Materials, Varta

  • Electromobility
  • E-Cars
  • Sustainability

Higher, faster, further: That is the claim of the automotive industry for new e-car models. In fact, a lot has happened in recent years. From e-cars made in France, which at best managed around 200km, to sedans that now travel 1,000km, the development is great. Nevertheless, the comparison between small cars, sedans or SUVs is limp. Reason enough to take a closer look at what really makes e-cars better, using three listed companies as examples.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on August 10th, 2022 | 10:18 CEST

BioNTech, BYD, Altech Advanced Materials: Excitement is rising

  • Battery
  • Electromobility
  • Biotechnology

So much for the summer slump. The stock markets are generally friendly at the moment, and many shares are reacting with significant price swings to news, both negative and positive. Like with BioNTech, the share price fell sharply after an impressive rally after the quarterly figures. There are good reasons for rising prices in the coming weeks. BYD is also going full throttle operationally. The e-car manufacturer is reporting one sales record after another, and details are emerging about the launch in Germany to knock Tesla off its electric throne. E-cars, possibly also from BYD, are expected to incorporate battery technology from Altech Advanced Materials in the future. The Company is working on revolutionary technology, and new details are expected by the time of the AGM.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on August 4th, 2022 | 11:51 CEST

Nel, Altech Advanced Materials, Mercedes - It is getting exciting!

  • Hydrogen
  • Electromobility
  • Technology

The challenges for the implementation of the energy turnaround are great. The desire to make greater use of renewable energy sources increased in light of the Ukraine war and the dependence on Russia that has become visible. Even after the highs of the Corona pandemic, supply chain issues and increased commodity prices continue to weigh. China's sabre-rattling illustrates that globalization not only brings benefits but also creates dependencies. In this respect, it is prudent for countries and industries to increasingly rely on national "solutions" or those that emanate from secure jurisdictions. In the megatrends of hydrogen technology and electromobility, investors should also keep an eye out for exciting companies from the second tier.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on July 28th, 2022 | 10:19 CEST

Nel ASA, Altech Advanced Materials, Varta - Gamechanger in the battery market?

  • Technology
  • Investments

Due to the energy transition, the transformation of transport from combustion engines to vehicles powered by electricity is underway. Globally, this is drastically increasing the demand for batteries. The battle for the best efficiency and range is in full swing, not just among electric car manufacturers. To date, the most powerful storage devices for electrical energy on an electrochemical basis have once again come from China. However, a German company is poised to become the new standard on the market by developing a new coating method.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on July 15th, 2022 | 14:27 CEST

Renewable energies in action: ThyssenKrupp, Altech Advanced Materials, Plug Power - Who is winning the race?

  • renewableenergies
  • GreenTech
  • greenhydrogen
  • Technology

Steel is responsible for 8 to 11% of global CO₂ emissions. It is essential for the automotive and construction industries and the manufacture of industrial machinery. It also forms the basis for a number of decarbonization technologies, including wind turbines, generators and smart grids. Without companies like ThyssenKrupp, it would not be possible to build electric cars, which will run faster than Elon Musk can tweet, thanks to innovative battery technology from Altech Advanced Materials AG. GreenTech companies like Plug Power also need steel for their green hydrogen plants. And ThyssenKrupp needs green hydrogen for CO₂-free production. Who is winning the race in the green energy play?

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Commented by Nico Popp on July 4th, 2022 | 12:20 CEST

Cars have a future - Here is how investors can invest: Mercedes-Benz, Altech Advanced Materials, Varta

  • Electromobility
  • Technology

Mobility is a valuable commodity - despite high fuel prices. Studies show that Germans have continued to drive their cars since the end of February. For some, there is no other choice; for others, independence is too important. If demand for a product or service is so little dependent on price, this is known as low price elasticity of demand. For investors, this insight can be an important orientation that is worth hard cash.

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