First Hydrogen has partnered with Protium Green Solutions and Hyppo Hydrogen Solutions to create a network of support for its hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles. Read on to see what analysts are saying about this company's stock.
First Hydrogen is ready to release its light commercial vehicles across Wales and Southwest England. Read on to see what analysts believe this company's stock could be a major opportunity for investors.
Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp. is accelerating its exploration plans for next year after closing a deal for a US$90 million (equivalent in Argentine pesos) investment by big-three automaker Stellantis (formerly Chrysler).
This copper junior announced it has gotten its permit to drill on its British Columbia project that returned samples as high as 29.3% copper. Analysts say the red metal is needed for clean energy transition.
This company, which builds solar power towers that go up instead of out to save space, said it is planning to install one in India. Read on to see why one technical analyst called this company's technology a "big deal."
An improved tellurium-based thermoelectric generator being tested in Canada could increase the efficiency of electric vehicles, solar power, and combustible engines. Researchers say the markets are expanding.
This clean technology company says one of its portfolio companies has seen strong results with a new catalyst for making "green" hydrogen for the new economy. Read to see the news and why some experts like this company's stock.
This lithium technology company that just announced it had received US$1.3 million from the Department of Energy (DOE), as a follow-up to a US$30 million fund. The company also signed a term sheet for a pilot production facility in Alabama says its mission is to deliver sustainable lithium production without evaporation ponds. Find out why analysts say this sector is set to expand.
It's been a good year for Jericho Energy Ventures Inc. Rystad Energy recently lauded the Canadian company as a likely contender for the U.S. Department of Energy's H2Hubs program. Now, with a newly secured patent in hand, its chances of a large U.S. Government windfall seem even greater.