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Commented by Nico Popp on January 19th, 2023 | 11:16 CET

The market for electricity storage to pick up speed by 2030: RWE, Nordex, Altech Advanced Materials

  • Technology
  • renewableenergies

Being in on the action from the start is the dream of many investors. Imagine: Having bought shares of Amazon or Alphabet decades ago - you could also get rich with BYD over the decades. But there are new opportunities. By 2030, stationary energy storage will be the next big thing. Electricity grids must be stable, and energy from renewable sources must be stored for this purpose. Recently, RWE brought new giant batteries online and is planning much more. For some companies, enormous opportunities are emerging.


Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 4th, 2023 | 07:08 CET

The big energy question in 2023: BYD, Altech Advanced Materials, Varta, BASF - Is the thread breaking?

  • Batteries
  • Electromobility

Although the year 2023 starts with rising share prices, Central Europe is entering a difficult period. The start of the New Year brings a new situation for German consumers of refined products, as the purchase of crude oil via the Druzhba pipeline has now been stopped. Germany is thus implementing the oil embargo against Russia decided in the EU and losing a vital supply of oil overnight. As a result, the East German refinery in Schwedt reduced its throughput to 55% and is looking around for other suppliers. Whether this will work out in the short term is more than questionable. If the gas storage facilities are empty at the end of the relatively warm winter, the energy question will arise again. We now realize how fatally energy dependence on Russia has grown over the past decades. How tangible are alternative energies and the high-performance energy storage facilities they require?


Commented by Nico Popp on December 7th, 2022 | 09:45 CET

Volkswagen, Altech Advanced Materials, NIO: Where does the starting signal come from?

  • GreenTech

The whole world is currently investing in renewable energy and storage solutions. Germany, in particular, is considered a pioneer when it comes to promoting environmentally friendly energy sources. However, it looks as if other regions, such as Asia and North America, are overtaking Europe. We look at what the current situation means for investors and which companies can profit regardless of the situation in Germany.