Why HYSR is the Best Hydrogen Green Tech Startup Stock
SunHydrogen is a Leading Green Technology Startup
With Biden the new POTUS, green technology is going to finally be a major theme in America for the 2020s. Well behind the curve, the adoption of electric vehicles and hydrogen hybrids is going to be important. Enter SunHydrogen, the stock is $HYSR.
It was up 25% today as green tech and EV related stocks are surging on Vaccine news. $GEVO was up nearly 60%, but it’s many times more expensive. HYSR is just $0.03 and it’s still early days for Hydrogen.
So what is SunHydrogen? HYSR recently traded as high as $0.0655 but started today at 2.5 cents. I think we can assume it won’t stay that low for long, and it didn’t.
Formerly called Hypersolar it offers something new to the table. SunHydrogen is developing a breakthrough, low-cost technology to make renewable hydrogen using sunlight and any source of water, including seawater and wastewater. Unlike hydrocarbon fuels, such as oil, coal and natural gas, where carbon dioxide and other contaminants are released into the atmosphere when used, hydrogen fuel usage produces pure water as the only byproduct.
If you have followed alternative energy, hydrogen or related stocks you know they are doing very well. Just look at $PLUG or $NIO and you get an idea. The EV sector has gone Tesla-crazy and hydrogen has a good chance of following that bullish stock domino story.
In September, 2020 SunHyrodgen agreed to accept an equity investment of up to $4M from GHS Investments, LLC. If stocks like $FCEL are surging, this stock won’t be far behind under a new president that finally cares about the environment. The truth is industries like green tech and cannabis will mean a lot of jobs for Americans in the recovery coming out of the pandemic.
HYSR is doing something new and exciting. By optimizing the science of water electrolysis at the nano-level, their low-cost nanoparticles mimic photosynthesis to efficiently use sunlight to separate hydrogen from water, to produce environmentally friendly renewable hydrogen.
Using that low-cost method to produce renewable hydrogen, they intend to enable a world of distributed hydrogen production for renewable electricity and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
Hybrid and EV vehicles are coming in a big way, more likely after 2025 mainstream, but still impressive numbers in the 2021 to 2025 period. The last pop on HYSR came after the Company said it was able to nearly triple photocurrents in its novel solar cell, an important breakthrough to increase the rate of hydrogen (“H2”) production as the Company seeks to scale its technology to support real world energy applications.
Frankly the stock is still undervalued. I am surprised the stock is still around 3 cents given startups like $ADOM with their recent upside. Remember, HYSR has a long history of big moves making a spectacular run on massive volume from $0.0035 to highs of $0.135 in April of 2014.
HYSR also has University partnerships. They renewed and expanded its sponsored research agreement with the University of Iowa funding for the next 12 months. The renewal provides for a considerable increase in funding and staffing in order to accelerate the development of its nanotechnology-based hydrogen production technology.
The expanded R&D team will focus on the development efforts needed to expedite the commercialization of its game-changing nanoparticle technology approach to renewable hydrogen.
The truth is while Tesla focuses on EVs, and China has many competitors, really China is already investing in a major way into Hydrogen. American competitors won’t really exist that well, given Tesla’s dominance in the EV cycle. It’s like China working on 6G networks when America hasn’t even rolled out 5G networks yet. HYSR’s tech might be important for America to catch up in Hydrogen production and tech.
So when you think of startups like this, you have to imagine the IP and how valuable it actually is. Here is their website, do your due diligence. This is not the first time the Last Futurist has written about this stock, and it won’t be the last.
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