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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on October 20th, 2022 | 11:41 CEST

TubeSolar, BASF, Nordex - Mastering the energy turnaround with these shares

  • renewableenergies
  • Investments
  • Solar

Innovative photovoltaic companies like TubeSolar are defying the crisis. Their patented solar tube systems enable a double use of open spaces. The application thus brings farmers double profit: both through farming and additionally through the generation of solar power. The latest coup of the Landwind Group, together with Nordex AG, also proves how valuable energy generation is in this European crisis. A total of 12 wind turbines will generate 81.6 MW of electricity in the future. Companies like BASF AG are feeling the exploding electricity prices. Therefore, the red pencil is applied to save EUR 500 million per year outside of production. Will the Ludwigshafen am Rhein site remain?


Commented by Mario Hose on September 12th, 2022 | 10:30 CEST

JinkoSolar, TubeSolar, Nel ASA - The innovations of the future

  • Solar
  • greenhydrogen

Less coal, more sun! In order to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, the share of renewable energy sources in Germany's gross electricity consumption is to increase to 65% by 2030. Instead of fossil fuels, more renewable energy sources are to serve as the basis for electricity production. In addition to the expansion of wind power plants at sea and on land, the German government is also pushing ahead with energy generation from solar plants. The transformation in the energy industry is creating new technology companies that could have significant potential and a bright future due to their innovation.


Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 26th, 2022 | 11:12 CEST

Varta, Nordex, Nevada Copper, JinkoSolar: supply chain broken, copper is the new gold!

  • GreenTech
  • Solar
  • Wind
  • Copper
  • E-Mobility

Global copper inventories and production rates are currently below the level of recent years. This is due to the limited availability of new projects, which can only be put into production slowly and will still consume some investment. In copper recycling, the industry is making progress, but the necessary rates of increase to supply new markets remain too low. Then there are the troubled supply chains, which make it difficult to move larger volumes of raw material at the moment. In the first four months of 2022, copper inventories on commodity futures exchanges were below 2021 levels, and LME inventories in London are likely to fall further because of the demand-pull. The physical copper shortage is not hysteria - it is now a reality on the exchange with spot prices above USD 10,000. Where are the opportunities for investors willing to take risks?