This Superfuel is 9 Times More Effective Than Lithium-Ion Batteries

We’re already in the middle of a hydrogen boom. It’s projected to become a $175-billion market in just five years … and an unimaginable $11 trillion by 2050.

But there’s a parallel boom that may be even more lucrative for investors…

It goes hand-in-hand with hydrogen, yet it’s safer and more efficient to store in large quantities.

It could absolutely trounce lithium.

And it’s projected to top $81 billion … by 2025.

It’s another green energy machine that could come to dominate everything from agriculture and heavy industry to transport … and even energy.

You’ve heard of it many times … even though it is the best-kept energy secret in the investment world right now.

It’s ammonia (NH3) ... a colorless gas composed of nitrogen and hydrogen atoms. But now, it’s green, and that makes it -- along with hydrogen -- the superfuel of our new energy economy.

It’s nearly twice as energy dense as hydrogen and has 9 times the energy capacity of lithium-ion batteries.

If you thought ammonia was just for fertilizer, think again.

It can be stored as a liquid or burned in an engine. It can power a generator, or even a gas turbine.

It may be the second time ammonia saves the world. The first time was 100 years ago, when “blue ammonia” became the key ingredient for fertilizer and saved a rapidly expanding global population from starvation.

This time around, it’s green, and many experts predict it’s going to save the climate.

And the small-cap company that’s set out to do it is a pioneer in this space, whose $120-million market cap suggests the secret of this industry has yet to reach the masses.

The hydrogen space is crowded with companies and the initial hype has already made investors massive returns…

This crowd will soon catch on to the opportunity emerging in green ammonia where there is far less competition and far less investor interest… for now…

Ammonia blows hydrogen away in terms of logistics, and it doesn’t have the same operational bottlenecks.

And unlike the hydrogen space, the market isn’t crowded – at least not yet. Right now there is one small-cap company that could end up being the next PlugPower (NASDAQ: PLUG) of green ammonia.

First-mover AmmPower Corp. (CSE:AMMP; OTC:AMMPF) is pioneering green ammonia and this could be one of the biggest back-door disruptors we’ve seen in the energy space in years.

AmmPower’s Answer to the Energy Transition

AmmPower isn’t just looking to produce ammonia …

It’s pioneering multiple proprietary technologies for the production and storage of green ammonia.

And it’s making a huge logistics play on top of it. This isn’t just green ammonia superfuel, it’s a flexible solution (with several potential use cases), which limits risk and strengthens cost-effectiveness, efficiency and ability to scale. AmmPower is building modular, scalable, stackable green ammonia-producing units that target major markets…

It targets the $83.5-billion fertilizer market, for starters.

It also targets the $14 trillion global transportation and logistics industry, with a particular focus on the fast-changing marine industry, where ammonia tankers have already set sail to reduce emissions. Over 120 global ports already accept ammonia currently, and tons of money is being poured into more.

And it’s targeting the fuel industry at large.

Right now, AmmPower (CSE:AMMP; OTC:AMMPF) is in the process of securing a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Michigan that aims to have large-scale production capabilities as well as R&D space and physical expansion potential:

1) Phase I units will produce up to 1 ton of green ammonia per day

2) Phase II unites will produce up to 25 tons a day.

By 2022, AmmPower expects to deliver its first production units and ramp up production to facility capacity. Prototype units will be ready by end-of-year 2021.

Green Ammonia: The New LNG, The New Hydrogen

Just a couple of years ago, we all thought LNG would be the thing to power the shipping industry. We were wrong. Everything’s moving so fast. Now, even the World Bank has ditched LNG as the new marine transport fuel. Instead, it’s calling for hydrogen and ammonia to rule the seas.

That’s because now we have the potential to produce both “green” and “blue” hydrogen and ammonia.

But ammonia has several advantages over hydrogen, despite the hype to the contrary. Green ammonia can be “cracked” (decomposed) into hydrogen (H2) and nitrogen (N2), and is much easier to store and ship long distances (stable at minus 33 degrees celsius as opposed to hydrogen’s minus 253 degrees celsius.

Ammonia is the world’s new superfuel for a good reason.

“Since the molecule is NH3 [1 nitrogen, 3 hydrogen] it’s a good carrier of hydrogen, so you can transport it quite easily. The temperature to keep it liquid is minus 33 degrees celsius, while hydrogen needs minus 253 degrees celsius. So it’s much easier to transport hydrogen as ammonia and then transform it back,” says former NASA scientist Gary Benninger, the founder and CEO of AmmPower.

“When the ammonia comes out, you crack it to transform it back to hydrogen. That makes ammonia part of the hydrogen world, but its value goes far beyond that. For the massive shipping industry, ammonia is becoming the preferred fuel. Companies are now building ships that will run on ammonia and others are retrofitting ships to work with it,” he says.

“It’s a multi-billion-dollar opportunity … just in this one sector [green ammonia].”

MAN Energy & Samsung Heavy Industries are working to develop the first ammonia-fueled oil tanker by 2024.

Viking Energy is set to unleash the first vessel powered by ammonia fuel cells.

And all of the world’s major ports are already gearing up for this massive sea of change in the $14 trillion dollar shipping industry. Some 120 ports around the world already have ammonia trading facilities – with more on the way.

And AmmPower (CSE:AMMP; OTC:AMMPF), guided by a former NASA research scientist with a big business track record, is on the front line of this superfuel tipping point.

Seriously Undervalued in The Biggest Breakout Energy Space

Everything points to an extremely undervalued company in a space that seems poised to absolutely explode.

AmmPower has just a $120-million market cap…

Yet, it’s pioneering proprietary green ammonia production in a market that is expected to top $81 billion by 2025.

That’s a company that could be worth multiples more than its current market cap in a short period of time.

Nothing gets investors bigger returns than a small-cap company that is a first-mover in a market heading at breakneck speed toward $81 billion … and in a sector—clean energy--that is undergoing a fast-paced, multi-trillion-dollar transition.

In year one, AmmPower already expects to be seeing 30% margins. By year 4, those margins are expected to top 62%. That speaks volumes toward real valuation.

AmmPower sees such big opportunity in the maritime space, they recently announced the creation of “AMC” – AmmPower Marine Corp., to specifically focus on opportunities in that sector.

It’s hard to get in on the ground floor of the hydrogen boom. The ground floor was gone amid all the hype before it became a reality. Ammonia is different. It ticks all the boxes. It’s safer to transport, and it’s a brilliant zero-carbon solution.

AmmPower (CSE:AMMP; OTC:AMMPF) appears to have cracked the green ammonia code, with a former NASA scientist at the helm, in a market hurtling toward $80 billion. It’s not likely to be undervalued to this extent for long--not in this no-holds-barred energy transition period. Wall Street hasn’t caught on yet. It’s still chasing hydrogen. That will change. Soon.

The hydrogen boom is hitting all industries, including big tech:

Canada’s tech firms are betting big on a renewable future, as well. Shopify Inc (TSX:SH), for example. It is an absolute beast in the e-commerce world. In fact, because of its simple-to-use platform, it would be hard to have not stumbled onto a shop built with its technology. One key issue to watch is the looming global chipmaker shortage which, Shopify, though it does not produce any hardware, could be impacted indirectly. Whether it’s through limited demand from its numerous tech clients or disruptions in infrastructure shortages.

Global lockdowns accelerated Shopify’s already tremendous growth. Since March 2020 alone, Shopify has seen its price rise from just $495 per share to a high of $1800 per share before settling down to its current price. The company has already shown its potential and its appeal to shareholders who value renewable energy, but as it continues to grow, so will its innovative solutions for businesses, and by extension, its share price.

Blackberry Limited (TSX:BB) is another one of Canada’s tech giants that is embracing the green revolution. While it has pivoted away from its iconic cell phones of yesteryear, it is still very much involved in pushing the tech industry. It’s even building a global digitized healthcare database leveraging blockchain technology. From its high-profile partnerships with the likes of Amazon and more to its key posturing in the Internet of Things explosion, BlackBerry is a great stock that could be trading at a relative discount compared to some of its peers.

The company even launched a new R&D arm, BlackBerry Advanced Technology Labs. “Today’s cybersecurity industry is rapidly advancing and BlackBerry Labs will operate as its own business unit solely focused on innovating and developing the technologies of tomorrow that will be necessary for our sustained competitive success, from A to Z; Artificial Intelligence to Zero-Trust environments,” explained Charles Eagan, BlackBerry CTO.

EXFO Inc (TSX:EXFO) isn’t new to the Canadian tech sector. The company was founded in 1985 in Quebec City, and its original products were portable testing products for optical networks. Recent developments from EXFO are promising for long term growth potential. The new baseband unit emulation technology which is sure to be adopted on a large scale, as the tech offers operators a reduction of costs and a faster revenue stream. It is also going full-speed ahead in the 5G revolution.

EXFO, like other telecoms are going to play a vital role in building a greener tomorrow. The company’s future success could be tied to how it approaches sustainability, but if its past performances suggest anything, it is that it is up to the challenge.

Telus Corporation’s (TSX:T) long-standing commitment to putting its customers first fuels every aspect of its business, has had it a definitive leader in Canada. In fact, Telus Health is one of the country’s biggest healthcare IT providers. And it’s done so with sustainability in focus.

Driven by its goal to connect all Canadians for good, it has contributed over $55 in community giving, reduced emissions by 31% and has four consecutive years on the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index. This is a great sign for impact investors that want to make sure they are buying into a company that cares.

Shaw Communications Inc. (TSX:SJR) is a major player in the Canadian telecoms sector. It owns a ton of infrastructure throughout Canada and its cloud services and open-source projects look to address some of the biggest issues that its customers might face before the customers even face them. As online gaming depends on solid internet connections, Shaw will likely become a backdoor benefactor in increased online activity.

Not only that, it’s growing higher on ESG investors’ lists, as well, thanks to its forward-thinking approach to the environment and its governance.  Since the beginning of the year, Shaw has seen its share price climb from $17.55 to today’s price of nearly $30.

By: Spencer Dunning


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