...haben viele...aber ohne handfeste Fakten und positive news vertraue ich bei Pennys nur meiner 2-3 Tage Zockregel und verziehe mich wieder...die Ami's weiden immer nur für Tage,grasen ab und ziehen weiter....nur m.M.
After months of listening to people cast aspersions about Hypersolar (HYSR), either through emailing me or what I have seen on various messages boards, a very important leg of the journey has been reached today. After surpassing the threshold to split water into hydrogen and oxygen (1.23V) we really do feel that Hypersolar?s best days are ahead. This announcement cannot be overstated.
If I was a company looking to invest in this kind of science, either for pure profit motive or because I was in the Hydrogen fuel space, I would begin an analysis of Hypersolar in earnest. With today?s announcement they have shown the world that they are a bit more than just a good idea. I see collaborative partnerships ahead which can advance the science (hopefully to commercialization more quickly with only .25 Volts to go) and I see the real potential for a larger name in the space to invest in them. One point occurs to me as I consider that. As part of any larger entity?s expansion efforts, the best of these companies take an interest in broader, more far reaching but theoretically plausible ideas. It is a small part of their portfolio and they only invest in those which are most promising but they do it and are often rewarded for such efforts with an uptick in valuation
: "We are thrilled with Toyota's recent decision...
...to release its hydrogen fuel related patents, making them available for general, royalty-free use," said Tim Young, CEO of HyperSolar. "We believe that this approach will create greater demand for fuel cell vehicles, which will require hydrogen fueling stations on a national scale, thereby increasing overall hydrogen fuel production. We anticipate that HyperSolar's cost-efficient, completely renewable technology will help fill this market niche of providing green hydrogen at or near the point of distribution, such as a charging station or behind a major retailer facility."
Ist noch zu früh...richtig; nur was ich gerade gesehen hatte: ARCA im Ask bei 0,0429 ...das bedeutet nichts Gutes , wie man seit Dez auch bei ECIG sehen konnte und bis jetzt noch täglich sieht und natürlich auch merkt ;-(