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NEL ASA 2021

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  1. forum rang 4 Rotel74 3 mei 2021 16:58
    quote:

    Rotel74 schreef op 3 mei 2021 11:21:


    [...]


    Ik ga voor de "natte droom.................."



    Press release
    May 3, 2021 – Oslo, Norway
    Nel ASA: Enters collaboration with First Solar
    (Oslo, 3 May 2021) Nel Hydrogen Electrolyser, a division of Nel ASA (Nel, OSE:NEL), has entered a collaboration with leading solar company First Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ:FSLR), to develop integrated Photo Voltaic (PV) Hydrogen power plants.
    "We are very excited to announce the collaboration with First Solar, a leading global manufacturer of solar panels and developer of utility-scale solar power plants. We will leverage our capabilities to extend our common product offering the end customer with a target to be able to deliver the lowest total cost of solar to hydrogen," says Jon André Løkke, Chief Executive Officer, Nel.
    Initially, First Solar and Nel will collaborate to develop an integrated power plant control and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system. The network architecture will enable optimization of PV-electrolyser hybrid projects, resulting in lowest total cost of hydrogen and electricity. The parties will over time explore further ways of optimizing and integrating technology elements throughout the solar and hydrogen production plant.
    “With our environmentally advantaged, responsibly-produced CadTel technology, we are well-positioned to address the market need for large-scale green hydrogen with the lowest carbon solar electricity available today,” said Mark Widmar, chief executive officer, First Solar. “We are excited to collaborate with Nel, a leader in the production, storage, and distribution of hydrogen from renewable energy sources, to develop integrated PV-hydrogen power plants. As solar energy becomes mainstream, this is an excellent example of how we will power the new alternatives.”
    First Solar is a leading American solar technology company and global provider of responsibly-produced eco-efficient solar modules advancing the fight against climate change. Developed at R&D labs in California and Ohio, the company’s advanced thin film PV modules represent the next generation of solar technologies, providing a competitive, high-performance, lower-carbon alternative to conventional crystalline silicon PV panels. From raw material sourcing and manufacturing through end-of-life module recycling, First Solar’s approach to technology embodies sustainability and a responsibility towards people and the planet.
    ENDS

  2. forum rang 4 Rotel74 3 mei 2021 17:26
    quote:

    Rotel74 schreef op 3 mei 2021 11:21:


    [...]


    Bij deze:


    Ik ga voor de "natte droom.................."


    OSE-FILING
    May 3, 2021 – Oslo, Norway
    Nel ASA: Receives purchase order for 2 MW PEM electrolyser
    (Oslo, 3 May 2021) Nel Hydrogen Electrolyser, a division of Nel ASA (Nel, OSE:NEL), received a purchase order for a 2 MW, fully containerized MC400 electrolyser from H2 Energy
    "This is a new milestone achieved in the development of a commercial green hydrogen infrastructure, clearly showing that hydrogen for heavy duty vehicles is a reality today. We are proud that our compact PEM containerized solution has been selected for this second site to supply the refueling stations network," says Raymond Schmid, VP Sales and Marketing EMEA, Nel Hydrogen Electrolyser.
    The 2 MW PEM electrolyser is the second system to be delivered as part of the green hydrogen infrastructure network that is currently supplying hydrogen to the first 46 Hyundai trucks already operating in Switzerland and aiming to reach a fleet of 1,600 by 2025. The system will be filling 350 barg trailers directly at site to dispatch the hydrogen to the Hydrospider network in Switzerland.
    H2 Energy is working together with various partners to establish a nation-wide network of hydrogen stations and corresponding supply chain in Switzerland as well as abroad. H2 Energy is focusing on producing only renewable energy-based hydrogen to contribute to the decarbonization of various sectors.
    ENDS
    For further information, please contact:
  3. VonWwijk 3 mei 2021 17:49
    quote:

    Rotel74 schreef op 3 mei 2021 17:26:


    [...]

    OSE-FILING
    May 3, 2021 – Oslo, Norway
    Nel ASA: Receives purchase order for 2 MW PEM electrolyser
    (Oslo, 3 May 2021) Nel Hydrogen Electrolyser, a division of Nel ASA (Nel, OSE:NEL), received a purchase order for a 2 MW, fully containerized MC400 electrolyser from H2 Energy ...


    Beide mooi nieuws! Benieuwd naar het rapport van morgen!
  4. forum rang 7 4finance 3 mei 2021 20:07
    quote:

    Rotel74 schreef op 3 mei 2021 16:58:


    [...]


    Press release
    May 3, 2021 – Oslo, Norway
    Nel ASA: Enters collaboration with First Solar
    (Oslo, 3 May 2021) Nel Hydrogen Electrolyser, a division of Nel ASA (Nel, OSE:NEL), has entered a collaboration with leading solar company First Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ:FSLR), to develop integrated Photo Voltaic (PV) Hydrogen power plants.
    "We are very excited to announce the collaboration with First Solar, a leading global manufacturer of solar panels and developer of utility-scale solar power plants. We will leverage our capabilities to extend our common product offering the end customer with a target to be able to deliver the lowest total cost of solar to hydrogen," says Jon André Løkke, Chief Executive Officer, Nel.
    Initially, First Solar and Nel will collaborate to develop an integrated power plant control and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system. The network architecture will enable optimization of PV-electrolyser hybrid projects, resulting in lowest total cost of hydrogen and electricity. The parties will over time explore further ways of optimizing and integrating technology elements throughout the solar and hydrogen production plant.
    “With our environmentally advantaged, responsibly-produced CadTel technology, we are well-positioned to address the market need for large-scale green hydrogen with the lowest carbon solar electricity available today,” said Mark Widmar, chief executive officer, First Solar. “We are excited to collaborate with Nel, a leader in the production, storage, and distribution of hydrogen from renewable energy sources, to develop integrated PV-hydrogen power plants. As solar energy becomes mainstream, this is an excellent example of how we will power the new alternatives.”
    First Solar is a leading American solar technology company and global provider of responsibly-produced eco-efficient solar modules advancing the fight against climate change. Developed at R&D labs in California and Ohio, the company’s advanced thin film PV modules represent the next generation of solar technologies, providing a competitive, high-performance, lower-carbon alternative to conventional crystalline silicon PV panels. From raw material sourcing and manufacturing through end-of-life module recycling, First Solar’s approach to technology embodies sustainability and a responsibility towards people and the planet.
    ENDS





    Gaat inderdaad de goede kant op...... Gewoon wat geduld. Waterstof staat steeds meer in de picture.



  5. forum rang 4 Rotel74 3 mei 2021 20:09
    quote:

    DeZwarteRidder schreef op 3 mei 2021 17:58:


    Ondertussen in de USA lopen de waterstof-aandelen weer als een trein in het ravijn.............



    De Zwarte Ridder(DZR) in zijn aloude harnas,
    uitte (weer) zijn zwarte geklepper,
    echter dit keer in een nieuwe jas,
    nu vermomd ,
    als Zwarte Rapper(DZR)
    deed hij erover zijn plas
    net zoals het altijd was!!

    R.
  6. forum rang 4 Rotel74 4 mei 2021 07:06
    May 4, 2021 – Oslo, Norway
    Nel ASA: First quarter 2021 financial results
    (Oslo, 4 May 2021) Nel ASA (Nel) reported revenues of NOK 156.9 million in the first quarter of 2021, up 24% from NOK 126.5 million in the same quarter of 2020. EBITDA is negative NOK 74.3 million (Q1 2020: -64.6) incl. one-offs and ramp-up cost. The order backlog ended at a record NOK 1085 million, up more than 80%, while the cash balance ended at NOK 3.25 billion. Nel reiterates the strong long-term outlook.
    “The first quarter marks the start of an important year for the Nel and the industry, as we are moving from ambition to deliveries. While our short-term operations, production, and installations are affected by the pandemic, the Q1 financial performance is in line with the outlook, and we continue to deliver on our strategy. The Herøya expansion project is progressing according to plan, and the announced EPC-partnerships are enabling Nel to strengthen the delivery and execution capabilities of large-scale, complex projects globally. These are important elements that will enable us to deliver on the announced 2025 cost target for green hydrogen production at USD 1.5/kg.” says Jon André Løkke, Chief Executive Officer of Nel.
    Nel reported revenues in the first quarter 2021 of NOK 156.9 million, up 24% from NOK 126.5 million. compared to the same quarter in 2020, and an EBITDA of negative NOK 74.3 million (-64.6). Nel no longer reporting adjusted EBITDA separately, however, still incur one-offs and ramp-up related costs. The reported operating loss was NOK -98.2 million (-86.9), while the pre-tax loss ended at NOK 579.9 million (-5.2), following a negative fair value adjustment related to the shareholding in Everfuel. The backlog ended at a record level of NOK 1085 million, up more than 80% since first quarter last year. During the first quarter of 2021, Nel completed a successful private placement of 49.5 million new shares at a price of NOK 24.75, raising NOK 1.25 billion in gross proceeds. The net cash balance at the end of first quarter 2021 was NOK 3.25 billion.
    “Nel has a strong financial position and a solid balance sheet to execute on our strategic plans. This allows us to continue to invest in technology and people to strengthen our leadership position in a rapidly growing market, and to be a trusted counterparty as projects are becoming larger and more complex,” Løkke comments.
    A key element to deliver on the cost target of USD 1.5/kg is the expansion of the electrolysis production to accommodate large-scale projects by constructing a fully automated manufacturing facility at Herøya, Norway. The construction process is on track, with more than 33,000 manhours completed and with zero HSE incidents. Test production of the first 500 MW production line will commence in the second quarter of 2021, with start of commercial ramp-up in the third quarter 2021.
    During the first quarter, Nel has continued to deliver on the strategy to be an independent player with a strong partnership strategy. The announced frame agreements with EPC companies Wood and Aibel significantly strengthens Nel’s global delivery and execution capabilities for large scale, complex projects across the world. The MoU signed with Haldor Topsoe enables the companies to take out synergies and offer end-to-end green ammonia and methanol solutions to customers. Nel is also developing its product offering by tailoring to different renewable energy sources and is announcing a collaboration with leading solar company, First Solar, to develop integrated PV-hydrogen plants. The combination of these partnerships enables Nel to deliver across the entire green hydrogen value chain.
    “We remain confident in the long-term potential of the green hydrogen industry and reiterate the strong growth outlook. 2021 will be an exciting year for the industry as we are expecting to see the first 100MW+ projects, and we remain confident that Nel is well suited to capitalise on these opportunities with our proven track record, market leading position, and global delivery and execution muscle,” Løkke concludes.
    EBITDA and other alternative performance measures (APMs) are defined and reconciled to the IFRS financial statements as a part of the APM section of the first quarter 2021 report on page 23.
    The first quarter 2021 report and presentation are enclosed and available through www.newsweb.no (Ticker: NEL) and www.nelhydrogen.com. Nel will host a live presentation at 08.00 CET and the event can be streamed at nelhydrogen.com/quarterly-presentation/ or channel.royalcast.com/landingpage/heg...
    The presenters will be Chief Executive Officer Jon André Løkke and Chief Financial Officer Kjell Christian Bjørnsen.
  7. forum rang 6 'belegger'' 4 mei 2021 09:08
    quote:

    Rotel74 schreef op 4 mei 2021 07:06:

    ...strategy to be an independent player with a strong partnership strategy
    Die onafhankelijke opstelling met diverse partners, bijvoorbeeld op het gebied van EPC, zie ik als een sterk punt van NEL. Hierbij een update van het lijstje van partners dat ik probeer bij te houden:


    (1) Kværner (EPC), (2) Wood (EPC), (3) Aibel EPC, (4) Hynet, (5) Air Liquide, (6) Hyundai, (7) Toyota, (8) Hybrit, (9) SSAB, (10) Vattenfall, (11) LKAB, (12) Nikola, (13) Starkraft, (14) Engie, (15) Ibedrola, (16) Equilon, (17) Everfuel, (18) Shell, (19) Alstom (rail), (20) Haldor Topsoe, (21) First Solar.
  8. DennisTK 4 mei 2021 09:13
    quote:

    Rotel74 schreef op 4 mei 2021 07:06:


    May 4, 2021 – Oslo, Norway
    Nel ASA: First quarter 2021 financial results
    (Oslo, 4 May 2021) Nel ASA (Nel) reported revenues of NOK 156.9 million in the first quarter of 2021, up 24% from NOK 126.5 million in the same quarter of 2020. EBITDA is negative NOK 74.3 million (Q1 2020: -64.6) incl. one-offs and ramp-up cost. The order backlog ended at a record NOK 1085 million, up more than 80%, while the cash balance ended at NOK 3.25 billion. Nel reiterates the strong long-term outlook.
    “The first quarter marks the start of an important year for the Nel and the industry, as we are moving from ambition to deliveries. While our short-term operations, production, and installations are affected by the pandemic, the Q1 financial performance is in line with the outlook, and we continue to deliver on our strategy. The Herøya expansion project is progressing according to plan, and the announced EPC-partnerships are enabling Nel to strengthen the delivery and execution capabilities of large-scale, complex projects globally. These are important elements that will enable us to deliver on the announced 2025 cost target for green hydrogen production at USD 1.5/kg.” says Jon André Løkke, Chief Executive Officer of Nel.
    Nel reported revenues in the first quarter 2021 of NOK 156.9 million, up 24% from NOK 126.5 million. compared to the same quarter in 2020, and an EBITDA of negative NOK 74.3 million (-64.6). Nel no longer reporting adjusted EBITDA separately, however, still incur one-offs and ramp-up related costs. The reported operating loss was NOK -98.2 million (-86.9), while the pre-tax loss ended at NOK 579.9 million (-5.2), following a negative fair value adjustment related to the shareholding in Everfuel. The backlog ended at a record level of NOK 1085 million, up more than 80% since first quarter last year. During the first quarter of 2021, Nel completed a successful private placement of 49.5 million new shares at a price of NOK 24.75, raising NOK 1.25 billion in gross proceeds. The net cash balance at the end of first quarter 2021 was NOK 3.25 billion.
    “Nel has a strong financial position and a solid balance sheet to execute on our strategic plans. This allows us to continue to invest in technology and people to strengthen our leadership position in a rapidly growing market, and to be a trusted counterparty as projects are becoming larger and more complex,” Løkke comments.
    A key element to deliver on the cost target of USD 1.5/kg is the expansion of the electrolysis production to accommodate large-scale projects by constructing a fully automated manufacturing facility at Herøya, Norway. The construction process is on track, with more than 33,000 manhours completed and with zero HSE incidents. Test production of the first 500 MW production line will commence in the second quarter of 2021, with start of commercial ramp-up in the third quarter 2021.
    During the first quarter, Nel has continued to deliver on the strategy to be an independent player with a strong partnership strategy. The announced frame agreements with EPC companies Wood and Aibel significantly strengthens Nel’s global delivery and execution capabilities for large scale, complex projects across the world. The MoU signed with Haldor Topsoe enables the companies to take out synergies and offer end-to-end green ammonia and methanol solutions to customers. Nel is also developing its product offering by tailoring to different renewable energy sources and is announcing a collaboration with leading solar company, First Solar, to develop integrated PV-hydrogen plants. The combination of these partnerships enables Nel to deliver across the entire green hydrogen value chain.
    “We remain confident in the long-term potential of the green hydrogen industry and reiterate the strong growth outlook. 2021 will be an exciting year for the industry as we are expecting to see the first 100MW+ projects, and we remain confident that Nel is well suited to capitalise on these opportunities with our proven track record, market leading position, and global delivery and execution muscle,” Løkke concludes.
    EBITDA and other alternative performance measures (APMs) are defined and reconciled to the IFRS financial statements as a part of the APM section of the first quarter 2021 report on page 23.
    The first quarter 2021 report and presentation are enclosed and available through www.newsweb.no (Ticker: NEL) and www.nelhydrogen.com. Nel will host a live presentation at 08.00 CET and the event can be streamed at nelhydrogen.com/quarterly-presentation/ or channel.royalcast.com/landingpage/heg...
    The presenters will be Chief Executive Officer Jon André Løkke and Chief Financial Officer Kjell Christian Bjørnsen.



    Conclusies?

    Omzet ondanks Covid toch year over year mooi gestegen. Orderbacklog is fantastisch. Wel weer een flinke negatieve Ebitda.

    Aandeel nu 5% in de min, dus blijkbaar zijn veel mensen toch niet blij met het negatieve Ebitda. Of zal dat ook te maken hebben met de nieuw uitgegeven aandelen?

    Hopelijk gaan ze dit jaar echt opdrachten uitleveren en factureren zodat ze richting de zwarte cijfers gaan. De orderbacklog is enorm, dus het zou moeten kunnen zou je zeggen. Hoe denken jullie hier over?
  9. Musiclover 4 mei 2021 09:28
    Zoals NEL zelf aangeeft, begint in de 2e helft van dit jaar de uitlevering. Ze hebben goede samenwerkingsverbanden op uitvoerend niveau. Tot nog toe was het steeds een toekomst verhaal. Dat komt nu steeds dichterbij. Het enige dat ik jammer vind is de waardering van de belangen in NIKOLA en Everfuel. Die fluctueren stevig en hebben een grote invloed op de financiële verslaglegging.
  10. forum rang 4 Matsversch 4 mei 2021 09:50
    quote:

    JeroentjeP schreef op 4 mei 2021 09:34:


    Hoppa! -8% alsof het niets is


    Tjah,
    Mensen die anderhalf jaar geleden hebben gekocht zullen zeggen:
    'Ooh 8% weg van 400% winst.'

    Geef het tijd. Of stap eruit. haha
    Anywho. Het was een tijd heel leuk om de stijgingen te zien. Nu is het weer op en neer tot de volgende bullrun. Takken en bomen en vasthouden
  11. Gerald 4 mei 2021 09:52
    quote:

    DeZwarteRidder schreef op 3 mei 2021 12:16:


    'Waterstof wordt gehypet als de oplossing voor alles', maar het is geen wondermiddel, aldus hoogleraar

    Aardse zaken
    EINDHOVEN - Voor iemand die meeschreef aan een voorstel om een energiesysteem gebaseerd op groene waterstof te ontwikkelen, is hoogleraar Richard van de Sanden behoorlijk kritisch op het brandbare gas: ,,Waterstof wordt gehypet als de oplossing voor alles. Maar het is geen wondermiddel.” Toch ziet hij een belangrijke rol voor waterstof.
    Merlijn van Dijk 02-05-21, 13:30


    Dezelfde Richard van de Sanden met een andere boodschap. Omarmen en groot worden met waterstof.

    www.deondernemer.nl/innovatie/duurzaa...
  12. forum rang 10 DeZwarteRidder 4 mei 2021 09:54
    The reported operating loss was NOK -98.2 million (-86.9), while the pre-tax loss ended at NOK 579.9 million (-5.2), following a negative fair value adjustment related to the shareholding in Everfuel.


    NEL maakt in ieder geval recordverliezen, dat moet ik NEL nageven.


    En dat slechts in 1 kwartaal............
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