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Commented by Stefan Feulner on March 4th, 2024 | 07:30 CET

C3.ai, Altech Advanced Materials, BYD - Ready for the rebound

  • Technology
  • AI
  • Electromobility
  • Batteries

The major stock market barometers, the DAX and Dow Jones, continue to surge and rush to new highs almost daily. Currently, one of the hottest sectors is the semiconductor industry, which is reporting record figures due to the emergence of artificial intelligence. In contrast, another future topic, electromobility, is currently in correction mode. Market leaders such as Tesla and BYD have seen their stock market value fall dramatically. Currently, it appears that these stocks have found a bottom from which the next upward movement could begin.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on February 28th, 2024 | 07:15 CET

Varta Thriller! Altech Advanced Materials, BYD work on the electrification of the future

  • Technology
  • Innovations
  • renewableenergies

While production at Varta is at a standstill following a cyber attack, the wave of electrification is rolling inexorably through our society, changing how we generate, store and utilize energy. Innovations are needed here, especially in energy storage from renewable sources and the further development of batteries for use in electric vehicles. Advances in electric vehicles and the increasing use of electrical energy are paving the way towards the future. Intensive research is currently being carried out on technologies that will increase both the effectiveness and capacity of battery systems. Altech Advanced Materials and BYD stand out here.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 20th, 2024 | 08:00 CET

Sell Varta shares? Nel and Altech Advanced Materials with new opportunities

  • Technology
  • Batteries
  • renewableenergies

The bad news for Varta seems to be unending. First, a cyber attack paralyzed the Company. Now, analysts are lowering their thumbs and recommending selling the share. Estimates for the years 2024 and 2025 have been lowered. As a result, Altech Advanced is increasingly becoming the German battery hopeful. Even though Altech's share price has declined significantly in recent months, the Company is on track operationally. The current year will be exciting. Things also remain exciting for hydrogen shares. While Nel and Plug Power & Co. still need to prove the future viability of their business models, they are receiving billions in support.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on February 8th, 2024 | 07:00 CET

Innovation and expansion in energy supply: Mercedes-Benz, Altech Advanced Materials and Alibaba in focus

  • Innovations
  • Technology
  • Electromobility
  • ecommerce

Energy supply is one of the top issues for investors. A reliable energy supply promotes stable business conditions and supports economic growth. While the opposite is true in Germany, companies like Mercedes-Benz are focusing on lucrative projects abroad. A joint venture with China to expand charging stations is on the Stuttgart-based company's agenda. The German company Altech Advanced Materials is committed to a secure and affordable energy supply. Together with Fraunhofer IKTS, they are developing a stationary ceramic solid-state battery based on salt, especially for critical infrastructure facilities such as hospitals. This enables a smooth, vital power supply for intensive care units, even in emergencies. While Mercedes-Benz is currently eyeing China, the retail giant Alibaba is publishing its quarterly figures this week, serving as an indicator of the country's economic development. The details are summarized below.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 1st, 2024 | 07:45 CET

Combustion engine versus battery! BYD, Altech Advanced Materials, Mercedes and VW in focus

  • Technology
  • hightech
  • Electromobility

The year 2024 is going like clockwork for the high-tech sector so far. Anything smelling of "Artificial Intelligence" is being valued significantly higher on the stock market with relatively little scrutiny. In the DAX 40 Index, this has notably affected Siemens and SAP and the topic of armaments, which in turn catapulted Airbus and Rheinmetall into new realms. Things are even more dynamic on the Nasdaq, where Microsoft and Nvidia, in particular, are causing a sensation. However, e-mobility, particularly favoured by the Berlin traffic light coalition, is stumbling due to the abolition of the environmental bonus in December 2023. Customers are again opting for domestic combustion engines and Chinese e-imports. We analyze the current opportunities for investors.

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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 Armin Schulz on January 11th, 2024 | 07:30 CET

Altech Advanced Materials, BYD, JinkoSolar - The Era of Energy Autonomy

  • renewableenergies
  • Energy
  • Innovations
  • Technology

In an era where energy not only needs to be generated but also intelligently managed, batteries and energy storage systems are increasingly taking centre stage. They are the inconspicuous heroes of the energy transition that will significantly shape our understanding of sustainability. While renewable energy from sun, wind and water is increasingly feeding into our power grid, reliable storage solutions are the key to using energy where and when it is actually needed. We look at Altech Advanced Materials, a company offering two exciting solutions for the future, and examine BYD, the top dog of electromobility alongside Tesla. Lastly, we explain why JinkoSolar can benefit from future energy storage systems.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on January 5th, 2024 | 08:45 CET

Altech Advanced Materials, BYD, and Rheinmetall - Growth drivers: innovation, market power and strong cash flow

  • Technology
  • Batteries
  • Defense
  • Electromobility

Made in Germany stands for durability. Battery storage pioneer Altech Advanced Materials stands out as a German company with innovative material developments that can radically change electromobility and stationary energy storage with a 30% increase in efficiency. Meanwhile, the Chinese car manufacturer BYD has established itself as the leader in the electric vehicle market, surpassing Tesla in terms of sales figures in Q4/23. Rheinmetall is also strongly expanding its electromobility divisions and can look forward to a 3-digit million dollar order in its ubiquitous division. Find out who is setting new standards and shaping the future here.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on December 27th, 2023 | 07:30 CET

Christmas Surprises: Nel, CureVac, SMA Solar, Altech Advanced Materials

  • Batteries
  • renewableenergies
  • Biotechnology

Far from a peaceful Christmas season, these stocks had some exciting news just before Christmas Eve: While SMA Solar had to fend off a short attack, CureVac lost the first round in the patent dispute with BioNTech over the COVID-19 vaccine. CureVac claims a share of the billions in profits for itself. Will CureVac now walk away empty-handed? In contrast, Altech Advanced Materials can pop the corks before New Year's Eve. The Company has reached another milestone on the road to revolutionizing battery technology. The feasibility study promises millions in profits. Nel can look forward to special earnings as a fine is significantly lower than expected.

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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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