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Hyzon Motors Inc. (HYZN)

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  • R
    Cant wait until it reaches the $ 8,00 - 9,00 range again.
  • D
    No point in selling at this price. The stock will recover.
  • D
    I don't think we'll see any tangible, long term growth affirming news until the end of December - namely the 85 vehicles target.

    After that I'm expecting 2022 to be a big year

    We have TTSI in California, they're due a 30 trial in Q4 - 🤞🤞followed by a juicy order 🤞🤞

    Then throughout 2022 we've got drops of good news that should (hopefully) lead to orders growth.

    Things like the delivery of the last 9 coaches to Brisbane, creating brand recognition in the inter city transport industry.

    5 trucks to Ark and (hopefully) another order from SHHAC, increasing brand recognition (and value) in the mining industries.

    We also have further orders from Shanghai

    The last week has been a difficult watch but it really is a good time to buy more, I know I'm gonna slip pin another £1,000 come pay day
  • S
    HYZN trying to hire 32 positions. Check their website. Real company growing fast.
  • J
    I was expecting it could go to a lower price so I could buy more but looks like we'll be green today. that I'd also fine for me 😁
  • D
    If you all look at the weekly charts - we're in a textbook cup and handle situation. This is the handle, it will be followed by strong growth. The drop has been exacerbated by the Omicron situation but things are on track.

    At the moment the market is weeding out the weaker investors. I've got another £1,000 sat ready for this dipping into the $5.80 mark. This is the sort of time you buy.
  • L
    Why is this down so much?
  • D
    Dave Bing
    Yeah the lawsuit notices should taper off this week and the next resistance will be $9.50 in the coming weeks. There's still some gamesmanship going on here with some meddling hedge fund managers, but it won't be as bad as it just was in their short attacks over the past few weeks. Should have a Santa rally up to $10 before that pressure from hedgies dumping shares returns. They're going to rinse and repeat these trades until we get more institutional ownership, which seems to be all over the place depending on where you look. I have to believe the lower side on any of this reporting which is just above 10%. Just for some perspective, on the competitive side where Hyzon has set its sights on and going directly after them, Cummins has an 84% ownership by institutions. I'll be glad to see something above 25% after fourth quarter earnings. Still a long way to go and expect more volatility. Knight impressing me with the share purchase, too. GLTA.
  • D
    Big juicy institutional buy in today, by the looks of it around 9:30. Few of the weaker players cut and run. Reckon we'll close around $6.32-6.34
  • A
    Why do people post that the sky is falling every time the price drops? Most can figure it out once they look at the days drop in nasdaq or dow markets. The rest just need a frying pan up side the head to get a clue.
  • P
    God, I pray this coming week is better.
  • V
    Niu awarded $50K from Hyzon Motors
    December 1, 2021

    Hyzon Motors awarded $50,160 in November to Junjie Niu, associate professor, materials science & engineering, for a first-phase, six-month collaborative research project on solid state batteries. A long-term collaboration on high-energy-density batteries is being established between UWM and Hyzon.

    The goal of the project, Niu says, is to design a high-performance, solid-state lithium battery system that meets the requirements of batteries demanded by the fast-growing fields of electric vehicles, grid-level storage, mobile devices, cordless power tools and autonomous machines including drones and advanced robotics: namely that they are safe, cost-effective, high energy density and have long-lasting properties.

    Niu says that all solid-state lithium batteries (ASSLBs) with metallic lithium anodes and high voltage cathodes could meet all these requirements.

    “They also could solve the problems faced by traditional lithium-ion batteries with liquid electrolytes,” he says, “including flammability, unstable solid-electrolyte interphase formation, poor cycling performance and low energy density.”

    Hyzon Motors, a leader in fuel cell electric mobility in the commercial vehicle market, aims to supply zero-emission heavy duty trucks and buses to its customers to mitigate the emissions from diesel transportation.
  • J
    Check iut the links below on Craig Knight interview, Hyzon be able to produce 50k to 60k annually
  • D
    This will close positive.
  • J
    Hyzon Motors delivers eight dump trucks to trial customers in Foshan Municipality

    December, 02, 2021
    (via NewsDirect)

    Hyzon Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ: HYZN), a leading global supplier of zero-emission fuel cell electric heavy vehicles, today announced the delivery of eight dump trucks for trial with Foshan Dump Truck Association. The trucks were deployed in Foshan Municipality, China last week.

    Pending a successful trial, which is expected to be completed before the end of 2021, Hyzon expects to lease trucks to members of the Association, in an arrangement that includes hydrogen fuel and service along with the vehicle. This combination is expected to accelerate the transition to hydrogen-powered vehicles by reducing required up-front investment while ensuring stability and predictability in vehicle operating costs.

    Foshan, located in Guangdong Province, China has been designated a “Hydrogen Energy Demonstration City” under the United Nations Development Program to progress renewable hydrogen production and usage in the area. Under Foshan’s plan, the Nanhia District alone plans to have 5,800 fuel cell commercial vehicles deployed by 2025.

    “Foshan City has taken remarkable steps to enable the hydrogen ecosystem, and deploying these municipal dump trucks is another example of their commitment to meaningful action,” said Hyzon CEO and Co-Founder Craig Knight. “Together, Hyzon and Foshan will demonstrate the readiness of FCEVs to be utilized in real work settings.”

    Municipal dump truck operations are a particularly suitable application for hydrogen fuel cell technology to replace diesel fuel, as the back-to-base model allows for a highly utilized, central refueling infrastructure. Operating the hydraulic lifts on the vehicles also demands significant power, which Hyzon’s high-density fuel cells can readily supply.

    The market for hydrogen-powered commercial vehicles is expected to grow rapidly over the coming years, motivated in part by government programs aimed at reducing air pollution. As a result, major companies including Hyundai, Toyota, and Boschhave established local partnerships and programs to provide Chinese customers with fuel cell electric vehicles and access to hydrogen.
  • D
    Just hold and support this company. Great Management deserves loyalty.
  • D
    Nkla ouch at 9.50 they will be chasing hyzn shortly