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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on September 15th, 2022 | 10:21 CEST

dynaCERT, VARTA AG, Plug Power - Who wins, who loses?

  • Hydrogen
  • renewableenergies

The future of Europe's energy supply is being decided these days. Companies like VARTA in Germany have to console their investors with adjusted profit forecasts. A winner of this gas crisis can be dynaCERT. The Company, which specializes in hydrogen technologies for diesel engines, will be exhibiting at the IAA Transportation in Hanover from September 20 and can be contacted for an on-site discussion. Plug Power investors, on the other hand, will now have to be brave. Management is accused of insider trading, and a class action lawsuit has been filed in the US.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on September 14th, 2022 | 11:55 CEST

First Hydrogen, Nel, Thyssenkrupp - Watch out: Stock gains with green hydrogen!

  • greenhydrogen
  • Hydrogen
  • Investments

In view of exploding gas prices and the great dependence on Russia's energy supplies, efforts to expand the supply of renewable energies are a top priority worldwide. Green hydrogen is seen as a clean energy source with a bright future. Massive subsidies around the globe could soon herald a boom in this sector.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on September 8th, 2022 | 12:16 CEST

First Hydrogen, Plug Power, Siemens Energy - Hydrogen wins ahead of wind power

  • Hydrogen
  • renewableenergies

The energy market continues to run hot these days. While gas prices have risen by 436% for new customers, suppliers of renewable energies, in particular, have made good profits on the European power exchanges. Now the EU Commission wants to put a stop to this and redistribute windfall profits. Reason enough for investors to look for new investments outside the EU. One candidate in the race for emission-free drive technology is First Hydrogen. The Company is putting environmentally friendly vans on the roads of Canada, North America and the EU. Also betting on hydrogen is major logistics company Amazon through a collaboration with Plug Power. And Siemens Energy is raising capital to revive its struggling wind energy subsidiary Gamesa.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on September 7th, 2022 | 11:45 CEST

FuelCell Energy, dynaCERT, Linde - Tenbagger opportunities in the hydrogen sector

  • Hydrogen
  • renewableenergies
  • climatechange

The goal of gaining independence from Russian oil and gas is pushing politicians to find forward-looking alternative solutions. An agreement between Canada and Germany was reached at the end of August, representing a quantum leap for the hydrogen sector. Hydrogen is seen as a key element in the transport sector for achieving climate targets. At the moment, many companies are still in correction mode. As a result, there are attractive opportunities for disproportionate share price gains in the long term.

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Commented by Nico Popp on September 1st, 2022 | 14:05 CEST

New trending stock in the wings? Plug Power, Cardiol Therapeutics, BioNTech

  • Biotechnology
  • Cannabis
  • Hydrogen

The markets want to go up! Last Friday, the Fed shock worried the markets, but today, even speculative stocks are picking up again. Especially stocks that were long considered deregistered can quickly develop potential. One example is Plug Power. Here, new demand in the wake of high energy prices meets good products. We explain the secret to the success of comeback stocks, using Plug Power as an example, and highlight new opportunities.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on August 31st, 2022 | 14:15 CEST

E-mobility before hydrogen! Watch out for Plug Power, Edison Lithium, Mercedes-Benz and Rock Tech

  • Mining
  • Lithium
  • Hydrogen
  • GreenTech
  • Electromobility

According to the traffic light coalition, subsidies for e-mobility will continue until about 2025 but will decrease by an average of about 30% annually. In the future, the top models will be subsidized even less, and the subsidy for hybrids will already expire at the end of the year. Vehicles costing over EUR 65,000 will no longer be subsidized at all. The environmental bonus tax pot comprises EUR 3.4 billion and will not be increased any further. However, it is important that hydrogen-powered vehicles also benefit from subsidies. Currently, however, there is a lack of models for the mass market. For the e-industry, there are still bottlenecks in battery technology and lithium availability. Against this background, the industry will still have a lot of work to do to get climate change in mobility on the road. Where are the opportunities?

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on August 31st, 2022 | 11:46 CEST

Poison pill slows down Nel share - will BioNTech and Almonty Industries soon take off?

  • Mining
  • Tungsten
  • Hydrogen
  • Biotechnology

The Nel ASA share is currently not for the faint-hearted. The stock is caught between hydrogen euphoria and a downward chart trend. Yet the news from the Company and the industry - such as the deal between Plug Power and Amazon - has been positive overall recently. But there is a poison pill. In contrast, the coming week could be exciting for BioNTech shareholders. In Germany, deliveries of the Corona vaccine, which has been adapted to virus variants, is scheduled to start. This could also give the shares of the German biotech flagship a new lease of life. The Almonty share could also soon break the knot. The discussion about reducing dependence on China for raw materials is picking up speed. Consistent with this, Almonty reports progress in the development of the tungsten mine in South Korea.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on August 30th, 2022 | 11:12 CEST

Plug Power, dynaCERT, First Hydrogen - The winners of the hydrogen revolution

  • Hydrogen
  • Technology
  • Investments

Time is of the essence. The Western world is in turmoil. In addition to the already tight targets to achieve CO2 neutrality, the declared sanctions against Russian crude oil and natural gas have put additional pressure on the pipeline. Politicians have high hopes for hydrogen technology. The joint declaration of intent to invest in hydrogen and establish a transatlantic supply corridor between Canada and Germany represents a quantum leap. The partnership heralds a kind of special boom for companies in the hydrogen segment and promises opportunities for disproportionately rising profits in the future.

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Commented by Mario Hose on August 25th, 2022 | 05:07 CEST

dynaCERT CEO Jim Payne on carbon credits and VERRA

  • Expert
  • dynaCERT
  • Hydrogen

The Canadian hydrogen company dynaCERT is focused on the development of scalable technologies. In cooperation with VERRA in the USA, a process is currently being developed to certify the savings in energy consumption resulting from the use of dynaCERT products as Carbon Credits in the future. The market is large, so the trade fair 'IAA TRANSPORTATION' in Hannover, Germany, September 20-25, 2022, is eagerly awaited for where the company will make its presence clear. dynaCERT was significantly impacted by Corona lockdowns and has been rallying for the past few days, heading towards pre-Covid-19 pandemic levels, peaking at CAD 1.25. In Canada, more than 6.3 million shares were traded yesterday and at the close of the market, another 1.89 million shares were in the bid at CAD 0.30. CEO Jim Payne told us what the significance of the successful deal with VERRA will be. A taste of what to expect.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on August 22nd, 2022 | 13:57 CEST

Joe Biden boosts hydrogen stocks: Nel ASA, Plug Power, dynaCERT in rally mode

  • Hydrogen
  • climatechange
  • Technology

Hydrogen technology is now gaining momentum to energize our climate change efforts. Joe Biden has had to negotiate long and hard, but now his USD 430 billion Climate & Health Bill is in the history books. With the President's signature, the legislative package is now officially in effect as of last week. GreenTech is on everyone's lips because, not least since the Ukraine crisis, the world knows about the dangerous dependence on fossil fuels. It is just a shame that every Republican voted against these resolutions in the US Senate vote. Some shares reacted with leaps of joy.

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