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The Green Superfuel That Could Disrupt Global Energy Markers

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London – June 21, 2021 – A new superfuel duo backed by the U.S. Department of Energy is preparing to upend the energy sector…It could make or break heavy industry. It could rule the high seas. It could completely overshadow lithium.  Mentioned in today’s commentary includes:  Ballard Power Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: BLDP), Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI), Bloom Energy Corporation (NYSE: BE), Plug Power Inc. (NASDAQ: PLUG), FuelCell Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: FCEL).


One of the superfuels is already a crowded space packed with big money. The other is a retail investor’s back door into the next commodity supercycle. And the advantage goes to a company that isn’t even on Wall Street’s radar.


The superfuel duo is hydrogen and ammonia, and their “green” versions are positioned to be the only earthly fuels that produce zero emissions when burned. That makes them the emerging keys to the world’s carbon emissions goals …The little-known pioneer behind the greening of ammonia is AmmPower Corp. (AMMP; AMMPF). 


The global ammonia market was at $48 billion in 2016, and in less than 4 years, it’s set to hit $76 billion. The world. now knows how to use it commercially in a safe and cost-effective way for massive industries far beyond the food supply chain.


Making The Hydrogen Revolution Possible


Hydrogen is several times more powerful than gas …It’s cleaner …It blows lithium away for heavy industry.


Hydrogen fuel cells have an energy to weight ratio ten times greater than lithium-ion batteries, leading to far greater range and lighter vehicles. And while lithium batteries have a limited lifespan, hydrogen fuel cells don’t degrade. That’s a huge environmental benefit.


Hydrogen has far more energy density even than gasoline, but it’s immensely challenging to store and transport. That’s where ammonia comes in to enable a true energy revolution.


Scientists have now found a way to safely store and transport hydrogen, using ammonia. And AmmPower Corp. (AMMP; AMMPF) is helping to pioneer the technology for this soon to be $80-billion opportunity.


Ammonia Sees Growing Applications


Hydrogen and ammonia are positioned to completely disrupt shipping as we know it. And AmmPower isn’t just developing green ammonia storage and hydrogen cracking solutions…


It’s also working to produce carbon-free green ammonia, and for the shipping industry, this is proving to be yet another way to comply with fast-changing emissions rules. In fact, AmmPower recently announced the formation of AmmPower Marine Corp. (“AMC”) specifically focused on opportunities in the marine industry.


Tankers can run on green ammonia, and some hydrogen/ammonia tankers are about to hit the high seas …It has become the key to our hydrogen revolution, which now appears to be unstoppable. And that’s great news for AmmPower (AMMP; AMMPF).


Giants In The Industry Hope To Capitalize, As Well


Ballard Power Systems (BLPD) is a Canadian company that designs, develops and manufactures fuel cell products. Their work in the transportation industry has made them an important player in developing hydrogen-powered cars for both private use and public transit buses to help reduce emissions on city roads.


Recently Ballard partnered with Linamar to develop fuel cell solutions for light duty vehicles. In a release, the company stated, “In the starting phase of work under the framework agreement, a demonstration platform with a fuel cell powertrain solution will be co-developed, with Ballard providing the fuel cell subsystem and Linamar providing the rolling chassis, tanks, enclosures, cradles and other balance of plant.”


Cummins Inc. (CMI) expanded its hydrogen production capabilities two years ago when it acquired Canada-based Hydrogenics Corporation (with France’s Air Liquide retaining part ownership). The acquisition gave Cummins new expertise in both hydrogen fuel cells and in electrolysis, better positioning it for energy transition-related work. Since then, Cummins has been engaged in a host of small-scale green hydrogen projects.


“In terms of project size, while 10MW was a target a couple years ago, we already have a 20MW PEM electrolyser in operation today in Canada,” said Denis Thomas, Global Business Development Leader for Electrolyzers at Cummins. “The next logical step are projects in the range of 100-500MW, which would be stepping stones to very large projects in the gigawatt range,” he added.


Bloom Energy (BE) is a California-based company that creates, builds, and sells innovative new fuel cell systems.  Not only is Bloom one of the only companies actually consistently generating revenue in the fuel cell industry, but it also has significantly higher margins. Another thing to consider in the fuel cell race is that Bloom Energy is targeting different markets than some of its competitors. They make large fuel cells for commercial buildings, whereas Plug and Ballard are mainly materials-handlers who supply forklifts, buses, trucks – similar vehicles with small transportation needs.


Recently, Plug Power (PLUG) also announced a brand-new green hydrogen plant that will serve customers across the southeastern United States.  Andy Marsh, CEO of Plug Power noted, “With this hydrogen production plant, we are expanding our green hydrogen network to provide zero-emissions fuel to customers in Georgia and across the Southeast,” adding, “Investing in Camden County is the right choice to support Plug Power’s continued growth.”


FuelCell Energy (FCEL) has just announced multiple awards to provide clean energy to the Northeast Power Grid.  “We are honored to be awarded all four of these bids, as these projects will further advance Connecticut’s clean energy grid transformation,” said Jason Few, President and Chief Executive Officer of FuelCell Energy, Inc. “FuelCell Energy looks forward to putting our proprietary technological capabilities to work, helping businesses and residents of Connecticut enjoy enhanced, reliable, clean, and distributed energy resources that reduce the transmission risk generally associated with centralized generation assets


By: Alex Kimani




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