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Commented by Nico Popp on January 19th, 2022 | 10:59 CET

NEL, dynaCERT, Volkswagen: Will the last be first?

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Energy prices are going through the roof. Anyone who has to change their energy supplier these days is in for a surprise. Surcharges of 50% and more for electricity and gas are not uncommon. In this context, questions about the drives of the future are becoming louder again. Although hydrogen also has a high energy requirement, the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology promotes green hydrogen as a lower levy under the Renewable Energy Sources Act. Reason enough to take a closer look at some stocks related to hydrogen and mobility.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on January 13th, 2022 | 14:13 CET

dynaCERT, Plug Power, Nikola - Will hydrogen be the comeback of 2022?

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Electromobility is an important building block for reducing CO2 emissions. However, batteries are not efficient enough due to their limited range and long charging times, especially in heavy-duty traffic. The most promising technology is hydrogen. However, after a veritable hype last year, many values experienced an abrupt crash after it became clear that the necessary infrastructure was not yet ready. But in 2022, the course could slowly be set, and hydrogen stocks could make the comeback of the year. We took a closer look at three promising candidates.

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Commented by Nico Popp on January 13th, 2022 | 11:03 CET

Bayer, First Hydrogen, NEL: This is how innovative investing works!

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Innovation pays off - especially on the stock market. That is because innovative products generate price fantasy, which can generate rich returns on the stock market within a very short period of time. In addition to classic trend themes, such as hydrogen, established companies can also score with innovations. We present three stocks and explain whether they offer opportunities or not.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 4th, 2022 | 11:30 CET

Nel, Plug Power, First Hydrogen, FuelCell Energy - Hydrogen versus Tesla!

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The year 2021 must be defined as the real dawn of electric mobility. Worldwide, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of electric vehicles sold. According to Statista, the shares of the total German passenger car population in 2021 rose to no less than 1.22% of registered vehicles. 3 years earlier, it was only 0.25%. There has been real movement in the new registration figures, with the share of hybrid and purely electric vehicles now at 6.9% and 6.7%, respectively. Therefore, the number of e-vehicles will gradually increase, as every 16th newly registered vehicle no longer has an internal combustion engine. However, after the 2021 climate conference in Glasgow, there was another political commitment to a progressive technology: hydrogen propulsion!

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 3rd, 2022 | 08:57 CET

Nel ASA, dynaCERT, Plug Power - The resurrection of hydrogen stocks

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The past year 2021, was anything but a successful one for stocks from the hydrogen and fuel cell sector. After a brilliant boom in the decade's first year, the signs pointed to correction. However, given the energy transition and the importance of hydrogen fuel cell technology, this sector, in particular, could experience a resurgence in the new year. The German Federal Ministry of Economics, led by Green Party politician Robert Habeck, released EUR 900 million for the "H2Global" funding instrument.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 22nd, 2021 | 14:00 CET

NEL, dynaCERT, Plug Power, FuelCell Energy - An explosive scenario for hydrogen in 2022!

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In 2021, the "hydrogen" topic was played exclusively on the stock exchange. Much advance praise was given to an industry that has to fight for future budgets with a broad consensus favoring e-mobility. But with the tightening of climate targets in the EU, North America and Asia, the H2 issue is taking on new relevance. If it is not the propulsion systems, hydrogen is particularly suitable in decentralized energy supply, high-tech industry and even for electricity storage of surplus green energy. Should the efficiency of green hydrogen production increase, H2 would be a good energy store because it can be transported over long distances without significant losses. The same cannot be said of power transmission in overhead lines. We evaluate the opportunities of individual players.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 20th, 2021 | 11:11 CET

Nikola, Clean Logistics, Plug Power - Drastic measures required

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Germany raised its climate targets in the middle of this year and adopted binding emissions targets for the years up to 2045 - the target year for climate neutrality. Alongside the energy sector and industry, Germany's biggest emitter of greenhouse gases is the transport sector. However, this is the only sector that has not reduced greenhouse gas emissions in recent decades. Commercial vehicles account for around 35% of CO2 emissions. It is precisely here that quick and precise action is needed to ensure that the rosy plans are implemented. Smaller companies in particular far outstrip the large corporations in terms of know-how.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on December 17th, 2021 | 12:50 CET

Nikola, First Hydrogen, Plug Power - Will the transport industry rely on hydrogen?

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While the future of cars is most likely to be electric, the race in the transport industry has not yet been decided. There are electric buses, but they are more likely to be used in warmer climates. In winter, when heating is needed, electric buses are useless. The same applies to trucks and vans, as the high weight of the batteries means that some tractive power is lost here, and longer journeys also become impossible. The transport industry is responsible for a large proportion of CO2 emissions. If we want to achieve the climate targets we have set, we need a solution. Hydrogen could solve the problem, as the vehicles can be refueled much faster and the range is greater. But green hydrogen is still too expensive. Today we look at three companies working on hydrogen solutions.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 16th, 2021 | 14:09 CET

Clean Logistics, Plug Power, Nel, FuelCell Energy - 2022, let's go hydrogen!

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Germany is focusing primarily on green electricity from wind and sun due to climate protection. It can already be used comparatively effectively in e-cars, for example. However, this is far more difficult in industry: Fuels such as oil, coke or gas are to be replaced by hydrogen in steel, chemical and cement production. The situation is similar in shipping, aviation and heavy goods transport, where it isn't easy to run on electricity. The rise in fossil fuel prices increases the pressure to switch to alternative energies and new drive concepts. The year 2022 could set an important starting point.

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Commented by Nico Popp on December 16th, 2021 | 10:37 CET

Daimler Truck, dynaCERT, BASF: Hydrogen powers depots

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How sustainable is the German economy? As Handelsblatt recently wrote, key figures on climate damage are becoming increasingly important for investors. The newspaper lists all forty DAX companies according to their climate-warming potential. Right at the top are Linde, Volkswagen, Daimler incl. Daimler Truck and also BASF. At the other end of the ranking are SAP, Infineon and - somewhat surprisingly - E.ON. We take a closer look at two climate sinners and explain whether new technology can help these companies move forward.

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