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Commented by Stefan Feulner on February 8th, 2022 | 10:48 CET

BYD, Altech Advanced Materials, Standard Lithium - Battle for pole position

  • Electromobility

Germany is not the only country where the energy turnaround is at the top of the political agenda. Achieving climate neutrality in the transport sector by 2045 is a particular challenge. After all, according to the Federal Environment Agency, the sector is responsible for around 20% of total greenhouse gas emissions. In the passenger car sector, both the automotive industry and politicians are focusing on battery technology. As a result, a battle has broken out between electric car manufacturers for the longest ranges and shortest charging times. Young companies with innovative technologies are flocking to the market and could become the new stock market stars soon.

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Commented by Nico Popp on January 12th, 2022 | 10:36 CET

BYD, Altech Advanced Materials, Volkswagen: Who is as innovative as Tesla?

  • Electromobility

For years, e-cars lagged behind conventional drives in many areas: The ranges were significantly lower, and comfort remained inferior to classic combustion engines. In the meantime, however, things have changed. Chinese manufacturers, in particular, are scoring points with ranges of 1,000 km. Modern e-cars have also long been packed with gadgets that make the hearts of tech-savvy car enthusiasts beat faster. Does this mean that the development of e-cars is at an end? Not at all! We present three companies from the industry and analyze their innovative strength.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 6th, 2022 | 13:39 CET

Nvidia, BrainChip, Daimler, Infineon - Not only Tesla can build e-cars!

  • Electromobility

Intelligent and powerful chips remain in demand like road salt in the depths of winter. The supply chains are still struggling, and the scarce raw materials are increasing the cost prices. As a result, prices for high-tech materials will continue to skyrocket in the new year. The car manufacturers will probably be hit hardest, as it will not be possible to raise prices at will, especially in Europe, because of foreign competition. Innovation could be an effective means of combating the erosion of margins. We present a few innovative ideas for investors.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on December 30th, 2021 | 11:35 CET

Standard Lithium, Manganese X Energy, Daimler Truck - The future of the battery

  • Electromobility

Electric cars would never have existed with the conventional lead-acid batteries popularly used in remote controls and the like. The development only became possible with the invention of lithium-ion batteries, which can be charged much more often and thus significantly increase battery life. The advantage of electric mobility is emission-free driving. The disadvantage is longer refueling times, shorter range and the need for lithium and other rare raw materials, such as manganese. It is precisely the batteries that make electromobility so expensive. It is not for nothing that Tesla is trying to push the price down to under USD 100 per kilowatt-hour. Experts expect that the prices of internal combustion and e-cars will then converge.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on December 28th, 2021 | 11:30 CET

Tesla, Altech Advanced Materials, BYD - The battle for the battery of the future

  • Electromobility

Since climate change has become the focus of public attention, the goal of many countries is to reduce emissions. The transportation sector is the second-largest CO2 emitter; this includes motor vehicles. E-cars still cost significantly more than the conventional combustion engine because their batteries are still so expensive. Called out are costs under USD 100 per kilowatt-hour to bring the two vehicles together in price. Many different battery manufacturers are trying to improve the battery. Ideally, more energy can be stored, promising more range, the lifespan should be increased, and the batteries should become safer. Today, we look at three companies that have already made it a good bit of the way.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 27th, 2021 | 10:40 CET

Varta, Graphano Energy, BYD, NIO: 2022 analysis - The Tesla hunters are gaining momentum!

  • Electromobility

Are we facing another year of electromobility? In 2021, the number of passenger cars with pure electric drive (BEV) in Germany will comprise more than 365,000 vehicles, according to the Federal Motor Transport Authority; in 2011, there were just 2,300 electric cars in the country. In addition to pure battery-electric motor vehicles, hybrid cars are also usually equipped with an electric motor in practice. In the collective statistics, plug-in hybrids (PEVs) and BEVs are generally grouped together as electric cars. Based on this definition, the target of one million electric cars in Germany was reached in July 2021. How will this topic continue in 2022?

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Commented by Nico Popp on December 22nd, 2021 | 12:50 CET

Varta, Graphano Energy, JinkoSolar: Is the climate turnaround off?

  • Electromobility

New technology offers excellent growth potential. One just has to think of smartphones, tablets or e-cars. Today, numerous electric cars line the roads. A few years ago, electrically powered vehicles were the exception rather than the rule, and passersby would stare at the silent vehicles. By 2030, combustion engines will be the exception. We will outline what this means for investors using three stocks as examples.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 13th, 2021 | 12:12 CET

BYD, Manganese X Energy, Daimler - Enormous demand for Tesla, BYD and NIO

  • Electromobility

Temporary inflation is history and has been laid to rest by FED chief Jerome Powell. During his appearance before the US Congress last week, he said the time had now come to remove the word "temporary" from the vocabulary of the monetary guardians. With inflation at 6.8% in November and the sharpest rise in US inflation in nearly 40 years, even the greatest optimist assumes a permanent state of rising prices. Among the culprits are commodities such as copper. These are likely to see a further increase due to the energy transition.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 8th, 2021 | 14:41 CET

BYD, Graphano Energy, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen - Tesla urgently needs this

  • Electromobility

Climate change is on the global agenda. The cry for decarbonization of the economy is getting louder and louder. Climate activists call for an even faster transition, while politicians follow suit with ever shorter targets. The plans are in place, but implementation is still a long way off. The lack of raw materials, in particular, is likely to silence the theorists in the near future. In addition to lithium, one raw material is essential for the production of lithium-ion batteries.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 30th, 2021 | 12:12 CET

Varta, Manganese X Energy, Nordex, Siemens Energy: This could be a crash à la Tesla!

  • Electromobility

Climate protection, green energy & mobility and digital infrastructure were the hype topics of the bull market year 2021. Price developments like in the current year were last seen during the 2000 tech bubble. Higher, bigger, faster, further - the Olympic concert consistently brought double- to triple-digit price gains until the US Thanksgiving, some shares from the hydrogen sector even managed the magic 1000% hurdle. Now, however, inflation rates have risen sharply in parallel, and the virus, which had fallen into the background, is suddenly on everyone's lips again in a highly contagious variant called Omicron. How the stock markets will deal with this issue remains to be seen. We take a look at well-known protagonists from the green energy sector.

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