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Decarbonization Plus Acquisition Corporation III (DCRCU)
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Solid Power has real growth potential, with technology that’s far closer to mass production than rivals', and with some major clients waiting for its products. The company is producing 20 ampere-hour (Ah) battery cells and next year will start producing 100-Ah cells, which will be used in EVs. Meanwhile, QuantumScape hopes to start production of its batteries in 2024.
S-4A filed on Oct 13th, so DCRC and Solid Power will announce the approval meeting date in the mid of the coming week around Oct 20th since it is typically one week after the s-4A filed. The final merge should be in the early Nov, and should be a great gift for Thanksgiving Day.
The longer $DCRC stays above redemption $10, the less likely the redemptions -> more cash and more confidence for future growth.
the approval meeting notice will be out anytime this week, and DCRC will rock.
Solid Power is better investment than QuantumScape. QS is up 140%. Solid Power isn't up at all.
Both Ford and BMW stated it is all about what the consumer wants. They know and stated it is safety and performance. Looks like they got both
I copied this from the latest s-4/a filed yesterday page 183.
Ford recently announced an increase in its investment into electrification of its fleet from $22 billion to $30 billion and expressed its belief that 40% of its vehicle sales in 2030 will be electrified. BMW similarly announced that it expects to produce 25 electrified models by 2023 and deliver two million electric vehicles to its customers by the end of 2025. With the delivery of hundreds of roll-to-roll pilot production line-produced battery cells that were tested by automotive OEMs and top tier battery manufacturers as consistent with our in-house testing results, we believe we are a leader in the development of all-solid-state battery cells.
I am in boys, holding this gem, when is the merger
When is the merger vote?
Don't know if this been mentioned. But solid power just released performance data on cells made with thier tech.
I think is the last chance to buy the warrants (DCRCW) under $2.50. I am confident this is going to explode in the coming weeks. I suspect they will do a cashless conversion to commons post merge. Low risk at this price for a ton of potential gains!
QS current valuation is 413 million shares x 23 = about 9.5 billion.
DCRC to be solid power with merger valuation at 1.2 billion.
DCRC has current batteries readying for testing in Prototypes for Ford and BMW in a few months.
QS is not ready.
There is a massive valuation difference.
Anyone noticed today GWH more than double after yesterday's D-spac.
DCRC could do the same after merge.
Anyone have the details on DCRCW? I saw a $11.50 price but haven’t been able to locate the details on the term of the warrants?
Do not understand why DCRC is still trading at $10 with all the developments. Right after the merger, this puppy will climb up to $13 before going down to $8 or so. Just like all the other SPACs. SolidPower has a lot of potential as more companies prefer to manufacture their own batteries.
All the bugaboos of Li-ion solved.
Roll on Solid Power !
Hello fellow investors. Can someone share your understanding:
* what's DCRCU
* and is DCRUW = warrant?
Last week, October 1st, Co CEO Campbell was on with Jim Cramer. Did anyone catch the key updates.
They were impressive.
This going to be $30.
After merger, this is going up over $50.
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