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  1. forum rang 7 4finance 24 november 2021 12:42
    quote:

    bionerd schreef op 23 november 2021 16:43:

    seekingalpha.com/article/4470471-nano...

    Ik had dit premium artikel al gelezen bij een collega belegger. NANO zit sinds april '20 in een UP lijn. Het management van NANO heeft de nodige "ijzers in het vuur" De toko ligt goed op koers en zal ergens in 2022 beslist een commerciële partner(s) aan zich gaan binden. NANO zit in vele werkgroepen en een onderzoek-/ ontwikkel subsidie project van de Canadese overheid.

    Het is nu rustig afwachten op de ontwikkelingen die komen gaan. De EV's zullen de aandelen van 2022, 2023 worden is mijn verwachting. Ook NANO gaat daar een grote rol in spelen. Tot die tijd is het aandeel een speelbal. Dat NANO onderwerp is van speculatie hoort bij nieuwe econome aandelen.
    Ik ben aan het bijkopen geweest op lagere koersen. Hier gaat nog heel veel gebeuren.

  2. forum rang 7 nine_inch_nerd 24 november 2021 20:29
    Five stocks that could benefit from the COP26 conference
    The COP26 conference is now over – to some it seemed like a disappointment, that more could be achieved, but it has also thrown down the proverbial gauntlet for governments and companies that want to work to reduce carbon emissions.

    While COP26 provided some of the political commitments, the actual delivery is going to be the province of companies on the ground, which will be tasked with helping the world to function in a much lower carbon format. Companies which can assist with this – e.g. with new technology or materials – are going to be very well placed to profit as well.

    Here are five companies we have come across in the last year or so which seem well positioned to assist with a low carbon global future.

    ITM Power (LSE:ITM)

    Hydrogen specialist ITM Power is already widely followed by investors. The company just announced that it is going to be participating in the Green Hydrogen for Scotland Consortium alongside Scottish Power and BOC. The company is going to be working on the deployment of the largest electrolyser yet seen in the UK, near Glasgow. It has also said that it has a back log of projects and is obviously getting plenty of interest from partners seeking hydrogen solutions.

    Nano One (TSX:NANO)

    Toronto-listed Nano One is a battery materials technology specialist backed by the Canadian government which is working with several major partners, including undisclosed auto manufacturers, on next generation batteries. Nano One owns proprietary technology which can allow for the manufacture of batteries with greater range and power efficiency than those currently on the market. The company is also focused on facilitating sustainable supply chains which will be better for the environment in the long run.


    Velocys (LSE:VLS)

    One of the big carbon emitters is the airline industry, and getting people to stop flying looks like it could be a challenge. Velocys has been attracting attention because it is working on carbon-negative aviation fuel solutions with big airlines like IAG. Velocys is a spin-out from Oxford University which is developing new fuels using existing waste materials. The company already has deals in place with airlines like Southwest Airlines to buy its recycled fuel. If it can crack the aviation fuel conundrum in an carbon negative way, well then, the sky’s the limit…

    Net Zero Infrastructure (LSE:NZI)

    Net Zero Infrastructure is a London-listed cash shell which has been added to the exchange with the intent of acquiring one or more projects in the clean energy network in the UK. The cash shell’s founders have identified the need for capital for the companies that support the companies that produce green energy. How is the UK going to properly manage the sudden demand for green power? The range of projects that this SPAC is looking at is quite broad, but there are quite a few still private companies with interesting technology in the space that could play an important role in assisting the UK towards its own carbon neutral goals.

    Eqtec (LSE:EQT)

    Eqtec is one of the new generation of companies active in the biomass to waste market. Given how much of a contributor that biomass can be to methane gasses, stocks like this are sitting on the cutting edge of the quick wins identified at COP. In the case of Eqtec, it is involved in processing biomass and turning that into electricity. It is attracting attention with the work that it is doing in California where it is hoping to turn dead wood into power, but also in other countries like the UK where local governments are waking up to the power generation possibilities. In the words of CEO, David Palumbo, this technology is “ready to be delivered now.”

    Related

    Three Quick Facts: Everyman Media, ITM Power and Dialight (2 days ago)
    Velocys: carbon negative aviation fuel could be Holy Grail for airline business (6 days ago)
    Three Quick Facts: Serco Group, Cineworld and ITM Power (9 days ago)
  3. forum rang 7 4finance 24 november 2021 21:35
    quote:

    nine_inch_nerd schreef op 24 november 2021 20:29:

    Five stocks that could benefit from the COP26 conference
    The COP26 conference is now over – to some it seemed like a disappointment, that more could be achieved, but it has also thrown down the proverbial gauntlet for governments and companies that want to work to reduce carbon emissions.

    While COP26 provided some of the political commitments, the actual delivery is going to be the province of companies on the ground, which will be tasked with helping the world to function in a much lower carbon format. Companies which can assist with this – e.g. with new technology or materials – are going to be very well placed to profit as well.

    Here are five companies we have come across in the last year or so which seem well positioned to assist with a low carbon global future.

    ITM Power (LSE:ITM)

    Hydrogen specialist ITM Power is already widely followed by investors. The company just announced that it is going to be participating in the Green Hydrogen for Scotland Consortium alongside Scottish Power and BOC. The company is going to be working on the deployment of the largest electrolyser yet seen in the UK, near Glasgow. It has also said that it has a back log of projects and is obviously getting plenty of interest from partners seeking hydrogen solutions.

    Nano One (TSX:NANO)

    Toronto-listed Nano One is a battery materials technology specialist backed by the Canadian government which is working with several major partners, including undisclosed auto manufacturers, on next generation batteries. Nano One owns proprietary technology which can allow for the manufacture of batteries with greater range and power efficiency than those currently on the market. The company is also focused on facilitating sustainable supply chains which will be better for the environment in the long run.


    Velocys (LSE:VLS)

    One of the big carbon emitters is the airline industry, and getting people to stop flying looks like it could be a challenge. Velocys has been attracting attention because it is working on carbon-negative aviation fuel solutions with big airlines like IAG. Velocys is a spin-out from Oxford University which is developing new fuels using existing waste materials. The company already has deals in place with airlines like Southwest Airlines to buy its recycled fuel. If it can crack the aviation fuel conundrum in an carbon negative way, well then, the sky’s the limit…

    Net Zero Infrastructure (LSE:NZI)

    Net Zero Infrastructure is a London-listed cash shell which has been added to the exchange with the intent of acquiring one or more projects in the clean energy network in the UK. The cash shell’s founders have identified the need for capital for the companies that support the companies that produce green energy. How is the UK going to properly manage the sudden demand for green power? The range of projects that this SPAC is looking at is quite broad, but there are quite a few still private companies with interesting technology in the space that could play an important role in assisting the UK towards its own carbon neutral goals.

    Eqtec (LSE:EQT)

    Eqtec is one of the new generation of companies active in the biomass to waste market. Given how much of a contributor that biomass can be to methane gasses, stocks like this are sitting on the cutting edge of the quick wins identified at COP. In the case of Eqtec, it is involved in processing biomass and turning that into electricity. It is attracting attention with the work that it is doing in California where it is hoping to turn dead wood into power, but also in other countries like the UK where local governments are waking up to the power generation possibilities. In the words of CEO, David Palumbo, this technology is “ready to be delivered now.”

    Related

    Three Quick Facts: Everyman Media, ITM Power and Dialight (2 days ago)
    Velocys: carbon negative aviation fuel could be Holy Grail for airline business (6 days ago)
    Three Quick Facts: Serco Group, Cineworld and ITM Power (9 days ago)
    Dank voor het plaatsen.......

  4. forum rang 7 nine_inch_nerd 29 november 2021 11:27
    Ter info:

    quote:

    voda schreef op 29 november 2021 10:28:

    'Tata heeft interesse in batterijtak Johnson Matthey'

    Een opvallende stijger in Londen is maandag Johnson Matthey JMAT 4,56% , met een kleine 5 procent winst. Volgens de Indiase nieuwssite Mint heeft het conglomeraat Tata interesse in de batterijentak van de Britse materialengroep.

    twitter.com/livemint/status/146516989...

    Pro memorie: Johnson Matthey liet eerder deze maand weten geen brood meer te zien in batterijmaterialen wegens te veel concurrentie en te weinig rendabel, een mededeling die ook op de koers van rivaal Umicore woog.

    www.tijd.be/markten-live/live-blog/na...

  5. forum rang 7 nine_inch_nerd 2 december 2021 09:32
    December 2, 2021

    Vancouver, Canada (TSX: NANO) (OTC-Nasdaq Intl Designation: NNOMF) (Frankfurt: LBMB).

    Highlights
    Dr. Yuan Gao joins Nano One as a strategic advisor on cathodes business and supply chain.
    Accomplished senior executive and globally recognized innovator in lithium-ion batteries.
    Expert in lithium production and battery cathodes including LFP, NMC, LCO and LMO.
    Appointment to enhance Nano One’s innovation, commercialization, and scale-up programs.
    Nano One® Materials Corp. (Nano One), is a clean technology company with patented processes for the low-cost, low-environmental footprint production of high-performance cathode materials used in lithium-ion batteries. Mr. Dan Blondal, CEO, is pleased to introduce Dr. Yuan Gao as a strategic advisor to Nano One on lithium-ion battery cathode technologies, supply chains and business strategy. Dr. Gao’s experience and network will enhance and accelerate innovation, commercialization, and scale-up programs, as Nano One ramps up to address battery demand, ESG investing and supply chain imperatives taking hold in North America and around the world.

    “Dr. Gao is an accomplished executive,” said Mr. Dan Blondal, “with a strong technical background and a successful track record in leading and growing businesses throughout the lithium-ion battery supply chain. I have tremendous amount of respect for his technical vision, business acumen and understanding of global supply chains as they relate to LFP, NMC, LCO and other battery cathode materials. I am delighted to have Dr. Gao joining our team on the path to commercialization.”

    Dr. Gao is also an internationally recognized expert in lithium-ion battery materials with over a hundred patents issued around the world, dozens of journal publications and his innovations are at the core of today’s lithium-ion batteries. He has joined Nano One Advisory Committee members, Joe Lowry, Robert Morris and Dr. Byron Gates.

    “As the global production of lithium-ion battery materials grows to millions of tons,” said Dr. Gao, “we will need technological innovation to eliminate environmental waste, economic inefficiencies, and complexity that persist in today’s battery supply chain. For this reason, I am inspired by what I’ve seen at Nano One over the years, and I am pleased to be collaborating with them on their technology and commercialization efforts.”

    Dr. Gao is the Vice Chairman of the board of Pulead Technology, a respected producer of cathodes for lithium-ion batteries, having served as President and CEO from May 2014 to Sept 2019. In addition, Dr. Gao also serves as a member of the board of directors for Lithium Americas Corp. Previously, Dr. Gao served as Vice President at Molycorp Inc., and as Global Marketing Director and Technology Manager at FMC Corporation (USA). Dr. Gao completed a PhD in Physics from the University of British Columbia and did post-doctoral research on lithium metal oxides at Simon Fraser University in Professor Jeff Dahn’s laboratory. He has also completed an executive education program at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
  6. Musiclover 9 december 2021 11:11
    Dr Gao is een gerespecteerd expert in de lithium/batterijwereld. Maar belangrijker is: de afgelopen dagen is het aandeel institutionele beleggers gegroeid naar boven de 10%, naar 13,62%.
    De op een na grootste institutionele belegger in NANO is Robeco Capital Growth Funds. Zij hebben een aandeel van 3% oftewel 3 mio aandelen.
    We kunnen nu wel weer een post verwachten van DZR dat ook zij er geen verstand van hebben. DZR wordt voorspelbaar.

  7. forum rang 7 4finance 11 december 2021 15:39
    quote:

    Musiclover schreef op 9 december 2021 11:11:

    Dr Gao is een gerespecteerd expert in de lithium/batterijwereld. Maar belangrijker is: de afgelopen dagen is het aandeel institutionele beleggers gegroeid naar boven de 10%, naar 13,62%.
    De op een na grootste institutionele belegger in NANO is Robeco Capital Growth Funds. Zij hebben een aandeel van 3% oftewel 3 mio aandelen.
    We kunnen nu wel weer een post verwachten van DZR dat ook zij er geen verstand van hebben. DZR wordt voorspelbaar.

    Het is een kwestie van geduldig wachten hier. Ik heb er alle vertrouwen in. Dat andere forumleden negatief posten, ook goed. Ik ga hier de wedstrijd zeker winnen met NANO.
  8. forum rang 7 nine_inch_nerd 13 december 2021 10:30
    December 13, 2021

    Vancouver, Canada (TSX: NANO) (OTC-Nasdaq Intl Designation: NNOMF) (Frankfurt: LBMB).

    Highlights
    Hon. Francis (Frank) Fannon joins Nano One as a strategic advisor on energy resources and global affairs.
    Accomplished public policy and business experience in energy and supply chain.
    Appointment to strengthen Nano One’s commercialization and North American scale-up programs.
    Nano One® Materials Corp. (Nano One), is a clean technology company with patented processes for the low-cost, low-environmental footprint production of high-performance cathode materials used in lithium-ion batteries. Mr. Alex Holmes, COO, is pleased to introduce the Honorable Frank R. Fannon as a strategic advisor to Nano One. Mr. Fannon’s experience and unique insight on the importance of responsibly sourced, secure, domestic supplies of critical energy materials will compliment Nano One’s accomplished Advisory Committee as they support senior management on its commercialization and scale-up activities.

    “Frank is a strong leader who has led a successful career in the private and public sector in the U.S.,” said Mr. Holmes, “Frank’s work in the US State Department elevated global awareness of the critical role that minerals play in the energy transition and his ambition to drive new, positive energy initiatives will be an asset to Nano One. I am looking forward to working with Frank and the team as we move along our path towards commercialization.”

    In May 2018, Frank was unanimously confirmed by the United States Senate to serve as the inaugural Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Resources, a position he held until January 2021. As "America's Energy Diplomat," he led whole-of-government initiatives in the Indo-Pacific, the Americas, Europe, the Eastern Mediterranean, and Middle East to advance free, open markets, and resilient responsible supply chains. Frank also established the multi-country Energy Resources Governance Initiative to share global mining best practice and improve governance.

    “Free nations are playing catch-up to determine who will shape the clean energy economy, and according to what standards. In order to improve our environment and security, we must develop and deploy leapfrog technologies at scale,” Mr. Frank Fannon commented. “I am pleased to work with Nano One as a critical answer to that call.”

    Frank joins Nano One’s Advisory Committee along with Dr. Yuan Gao, Joe Lowry, Robert Morris and Dr. Byron Gates.

    Frank is currently the managing director of Fannon Global Advisors, a strategic advisory focused on geopolitics, the energy transition, and market transformation. He is also a non-resident senior advisor at the Center for Strategic & International Studies, non-resident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, and a visiting senior fellow at the Center for Technology Diplomacy at Purdue.

    Prior to his time at the State Department, Frank established BHP’s U.S. Corporate Affairs function as a Managing Director and served as Chief U.S. Advisor to the BHP Foundation, focused on transparency and governance, environmental resilience, and education equity. Prior to BHP, Frank led government affairs for Murphy Oil Corporation where he facilitated new country entry in multiple regions and developed the industry’s first point-of-purchase consumer energy campaign. Previously, he served as counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, where he drafted, negotiated and helped pass key legislation. Frank also served as counsel to Senators Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R-CO) and Pete V. Domenici (R-NM).

    Frank holds a J.D. from the University of Denver College of Law, M.A. in International Affairs, Economics & Trade from the University of Denver Korbel School of International Studies, and B.A. from Radford University.


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  9. forum rang 7 nine_inch_nerd 16 december 2021 11:41
    Veel personeel inrichtingen. Organiseren, dat hopelijk uitmunt in acties!

    NEWS RELEASE
    December 16, 2021

    Vancouver, Canada. Nano One® Materials Corp. (TSX: NANO) (OTC-Nasdaq Intl Designation: NNOMF) (Frankfurt: LBMB) (“Nano One” or the “Company”), a clean technology company with patented processes for the low-cost, low-environmental footprint production of high-performance cathode materials used in lithium-ion batteries, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Carla Matheson as an independent Director to the Board effective immediately. Ms. Matheson will also serve as a member on Nano One’s Audit, Compensation and Nominating, and People and Governance Committees.

    Paul Matysek, Executive Chair, commented, “On behalf of the board and the entire team, we are pleased to welcome Carla to Nano One. Carla brings a wealth of experience and a strong financial acumen that will be invaluable in supporting Nano One’s ongoing growth strategy.”

    Ms. Matheson is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA) with over ten years of experience in a variety of industries, specializing in business development, mergers and acquisitions and financial reporting. Throughout her career on both the buy- and sell-side, Ms. Matheson, has provided dynamic solutions on all aspects of finance, accounting and business-related issues for both public and private companies, having closed 30+ majority acquisitions, 50+ minority/venture type transactions, raised over $150M in capital via both debt and equity markets and deployed over $60M in capital.

    Ms. Carla Matheson stated “I am delighted to be joining the Nano One Board as the company looks to execute on its strategic development plans. I am looking forward to working with the Nano One Board and management team to build on Nano One’s continued responsible growth and value generation.”

    Ms. Matheson has spent over 10 years in the finance and accounting field working with both public and private companies. Most recently, she was Chief Financial Officer of Tiny Capital, where she was responsible for the strategic oversight of the technology-heavy portfolio. This oversight included on-boarding new acquisitions, development of core financial and operational processes as the primary point of contact for portfolio CEOs experiencing periods of high growth. Ms. Matheson is currently the Chief Financial Officer of Plank Ventures Ltd., an investment company targeting investments and business opportunities in the technology arena, with a focus on early-stage start-up companies that have developed a customer and revenue base and are seeking funding for expansion.

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  10. forum rang 7 nine_inch_nerd 21 december 2021 10:10
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    Canada has the blueprint for a battery-powered future
    In The Race To Improve Lithium-Ion, Canada Is Leading The Pack

    The ubiquitous lithium-ion battery is the unsung hero of decarbonization. The same basic design that powers your smartphone and laptop is hidden inside your new electric vehicle (EV). It’s an impressive evolution for technology debuted in the early 1990s. But as we accelerate towards our low-carbon future, the world needs better batteries – more powerful, and more cost efficient.

    Nano One Materials Corp. is a Canadian technology company developing the “next generation of EV batteries,” says Stephen Campbell, Chief Technology Officer. The company has already developed a patented One-Pot process that “takes all the battery metals that go into the Cathode Active Materials – lithium, cobalt, manganese and nickel – and makes them all into one precursor, which is then fired to make the active material.”

    Further technologies are in Nano One’s pipeline, along with a growing list of OEM partners like Volkswagen and materials companies like CBMM. But this One-Pot process already radically cuts the cost, and environmental footprint, of cathode production. With the cathode comprising the most expensive component of an EV battery, cost-cutting technologies like these are crucial to electrifying transport.

    Cutting the cost of kWh

    Thanks to the cost of electricity relative to gasoline, EVs are already considered cheaper over their lifespan than internal combustion equivalents. But the sticker price remains a barrier. For EVs to fully displace current vehicles, the up-front cost must come down. With the battery comprising the largest chunk of an EV’s price, that means reducing the cost per kilowatt hour (kWh) – generating more energy out of cheaper batteries. Currently around $110/kWh, analysts predict EVs will reach price parity with traditional gas-powered cars at $100/kWh.

    Efforts are focused on replacing the scarcest, most expensive materials with cheaper, more abundant alternatives. Led by early Canadian Li-ion innovator Jeff Dahn, Tesla’s battery team has a recipe close to commercialization that reduces battery cost well below the $100/kWh parity threshold. Another Canadian-based team at Montreal’s McGill University is working on developing a cathode made of lithium, iron and silicate (LFS) – abundant materials available in Canada. Funded by Canada’s Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council and supported by energy utility Hydro-Québec, the formula developed at McGill’s HydroMet research group opens the door to shorter supply chains from mining to manufacture, further reducing the battery cost.

    Nano One Materials Corp. is a Canadian technology company developing the “next generation of EV batteries.”
    The solid-state frontier

    HydroQuébec is also heavily involved in the next frontier of EV energy: Solid-state batteries (SSB). Current Li-ion batteries typically feature a liquid electrolyte sandwiched between the cathode and anode, with a polymer separator preventing short-circuit. The design risks catching fire with the wrong materials but is rendered safe with stable graphite anodes.

    Replacing the liquid electrolyte with a solid alternative is seen as the game-changing unlock for more conductive anode materials, such as silicon and lithium, which could break the 250 W h/kg energy density ceiling of current EV Li-ion designs, achieving up to 560 W h/kg – effectively doubling EV range while using cheaper materials. HydroQuébec already has working SSBs, which it expects to commercialize around 2025-2027.

    And Canada already hosts the only commercial SSB company in the world – Blue Solutions – which provides cobalt- and nickel-free SSBs for buses, logistics vehicles, and mining equipment; vehicles large enough to carry a plus-sized battery. The company is working on reducing its product size to fit a car sized EV, expecting to launch as soon as 2026.

    Designed to recycle

    One prominent feature of Blue Solutions’ SSBs is their ready recyclability. That this product should emerge in Canada is no surprise given the EV ecosystem developing in the country. Canada is the only country in the world capable of building EVs end-to-end. It is also home to a burgeoning Li-ion battery recycling sector.

    As battery formulations change, it is vital that developers can work with EV manufacturers and recyclers to ensure the batteries and their materials can be reused – something seen as a crucial aspect in ensuring EVs and the wider electrification of the global economy will remain sustainable past 2050.

    And although batteries are the principal focus of EV development, supporting innovations will continue to improve their operation. For example, the University of Toronto’s Electric Vehicle Research Centre (UTEV) is working on substantially improving the efficiency of EV powertrains – the component that converts the battery’s energy into physical movement.

    E-One Moli Energy Corporation operates an R&D facility in British Columbia and plans to bring manufacturing back to Canada
    The future of batteries is Canadian

    The electrification of the global economy depends on better batteries, designed for everything from unlocking the economics of EVs to the electrification of heavy industry and shipping and providing the storage solutions to exclusively use renewable energy.

    Taiwanese-based E-One Moli Energy Corporation operates an R&D facility in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, with plans to bring manufacturing back to B.C. It focuses on a range of applications, including high power consumer electronics such as portable vacuums, power tools, home & garden, energy storage, medical, e-mobility and more.

    The company has plans to bring manufacturing back to B.C., as well, citing the country’s skilled labor force and quality workmanship as major attractions. Frank So, Executive Vice President of E-One Moli Energy, said the company is proud to put “Made in Canada” on its products.

    Canada’s world-beating researchers are already fielding the solutions we need to take the leap into the next generation of batteries. And it has the skills and resources to build them. In short? Canada is showing the world what a battery-powered future could look like.

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