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Commented by Nico Popp on November 29th, 2022 | 12:20 CET

China as a risk factor? Here is how it looks: Uniper, TubeSolar, BASF

  • photovoltaics
  • Solar
  • renewableenergies

China has repeatedly been a source of risk in recent years: We think of the real estate bubble or the trade war with the US. Now, one of China's supposed plus points could become a risk factor: the authoritarian central regime in Beijing. In just four minutes, we explain what the nationwide protests against Chinese lockdowns mean and how investors can use foresight to gain information advantages.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on November 25th, 2022 | 10:29 CET

TubeSolar, Nordex, Siemens Energy - Energy drivers for the portfolio

  • photovoltaics
  • Solar
  • renewableenergies

German Engineering is a seal of quality, also abroad. What sometimes takes a little longer in development pays off in the long run. Solar system manufacturer TubeSolar from Augsburg can be pleased about a TÜV certification for its patented products. In Germany, the share of photovoltaics in the power grid rose by 11.2%, and worldwide the CAGR of PV installations increased by 32%. JinkoSolar, a leading Chinese manufacturer of solar modules, has also played a significant role in this growth. However, China shares entail risks. Siemens Energy is not without risk at the moment either. The management heads are changing in the internal takeover game of the Spanish wind energy company Gamesa.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on November 14th, 2022 | 11:41 CET

JinkoSolar, TubeSolar, Nordex - Biden's promise brings tailwind

  • renewableenergies
  • climatechange

The 2022 UN Climate Change Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh has been underway since November 6. UN Secretary-General Guterres said, "We are on the highway to climate hell with our foot on the gas pedal." If the world wants to make a difference, the major polluters must significantly reduce their CO2 emissions. The US, which ranks second only to China, seems willing to do so. US President Biden promised that the US will achieve the climate targets set by 2030. According to this, CO2 emissions will fall by 50% compared to 2005. Biden referred to the Inflation Control Act, from which around USD 370 billion is to flow into climate protection. Renewable energies play a major role here. Today we take a look at three companies from the sector.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 9th, 2022 | 11:11 CET

Energy supply in Germany: Nordex, Siemens Energy, TubeSolar, JinkoSolar - With green power ahead!

  • GreenTech
  • Energy
  • Solar

The calendrical winter is not far away. The German government proclaims that with the measures taken, wintering is possible in Germany. Given the currently 98.5% filled gas storage facilities, the emergency has been overcome. However, experts expect supply bottlenecks by January at the latest and the need to distribute the available gas fairly among its customers. Will BASF then receive its required gas volume and all households 8.7% less - or what will the calculation look like? Difficult - this is where the dilemma facing Central Europe becomes apparent. The loss of Russian energy supplies cannot be remedied in the short term - but in the long term, GreenTech alternatives could create our security of supply. Let us take a look around for suitable investment opportunities.

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Commented by Mario Hose on October 24th, 2022 | 10:45 CEST

Rock Tech Lithium, TubeSolar, JinkoSolar - Breakthroughs in green innovation

  • agritech
  • photovoltaics
  • Solar

The European Commission plans to reduce CO2 emissions by at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990. This ambitious target for the current decade should lead to steady progress on the EU's path to climate neutrality by 2050. The key to achieving the climate turnaround is to increase the share of renewables in the overall energy mix. This should contribute at least 32% in around 8 years. But what sounds simple in theory is all the more difficult to implement in practice. That is because, in addition to raw materials that are already in short supply, there is a lack of open space for solar energy. Nevertheless, young companies, in particular, are achieving breakthroughs through innovation, which should be reflected in increased company values in the future.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on October 20th, 2022 | 11:41 CEST

TubeSolar, BASF, Nordex - Mastering the energy turnaround with these shares

  • renewableenergies
  • Investments
  • Solar

Innovative photovoltaic companies like TubeSolar are defying the crisis. Their patented solar tube systems enable a double use of open spaces. The application thus brings farmers double profit: both through farming and additionally through the generation of solar power. The latest coup of the Landwind Group, together with Nordex AG, also proves how valuable energy generation is in this European crisis. A total of 12 wind turbines will generate 81.6 MW of electricity in the future. Companies like BASF AG are feeling the exploding electricity prices. Therefore, the red pencil is applied to save EUR 500 million per year outside of production. Will the Ludwigshafen am Rhein site remain?

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Commented by Nico Popp on October 11th, 2022 | 13:14 CEST

Demography and electricity - two birds with one stone: BASF, TubeSolar, JinkoSolar

  • Energy
  • photovoltaics
  • Agriculture

It will not be long before there are more than 10 billion people in the world. The United Nations, for example, estimates that this could be possible in just over 30 years. But how can we meet the demands of so many people and satisfy their hunger for food, energy and prosperity? We present three shares that aim to provide answers to some of these questions and carry out an investment check.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on October 4th, 2022 | 10:58 CEST

JinkoSolar, TubeSolar, Encavis - Shares for the energy turnaround

  • agritech
  • renewableenergies
  • Technology

The phase-out of fossil energy generation is a done deal in Germany, but there is still a long way to go. Germany's share of renewable energies in electricity generation was 42.4% in 2021. However, this covered only 19.7% of Germany's energy consumption. Since the flare-up of the Ukraine crisis, the expansion of renewable energies is to be accelerated. A balanced mix is essential. Spring and summer are the main times for solar power, while in fall and winter, when the days are shorter, wind power is the primary source of electricity. If we want to achieve the 2030 targets, a massive expansion is essential. Today we take a look at three renewable energy companies.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on September 27th, 2022 | 13:49 CEST

Energy for the stock market! Siemens Energy, TubeSolar, Nel ASA, Plug Power - Green innovations are needed now!

  • renewableenergies
  • Energy
  • Hydrogen
  • GreenTech

Many innovative companies are working on sustainable solutions to reduce the colossal dependence on fossil fuels, sometimes with success and sometimes with less noteworthiness. For investors, it is important to note that most of the ideas have German engineering behind them, a testament to our high-performing education and training system. Some very creative start-ups go public quickly and boldly to refinance themselves. Other large companies are already long-listed and now have to watch their formerly lush valuations melt away in the sun. The selection of portfolio stocks is important, so it is always advisable to mix standard stocks with hopeful ones, which lowers the risks. We make a selection.

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Commented by Mario Hose on September 12th, 2022 | 10:30 CEST

JinkoSolar, TubeSolar, Nel ASA - The innovations of the future

  • Solar
  • greenhydrogen

Less coal, more sun! In order to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, the share of renewable energy sources in Germany's gross electricity consumption is to increase to 65% by 2030. Instead of fossil fuels, more renewable energy sources are to serve as the basis for electricity production. In addition to the expansion of wind power plants at sea and on land, the German government is also pushing ahead with energy generation from solar plants. The transformation in the energy industry is creating new technology companies that could have significant potential and a bright future due to their innovation.

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