Invest in Fuel Cell Technology
Investing in fuel cell technologys
Hydrogen fuel is an attractive source for power generation, transportation, and industrial applications. Hydrogen can be produced via natural gas, nuclear power, biomass, and renewable power like solar and wind. It is also a power source that is expected to be boosted by increased investments by automotive companies as the electric vehicle trend continues. Therefore, investing in fuel cell technology is an alternative for investors who want exposure to the transformation to a green world.
According to Precedence Research, the global hydrogen fuel cells market size is expected to surpass USD 131 billion by 2030. It is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 60.1 per cent from 2022 to 2030. The main reason for this growth trajectory is the increasing popularity and use of hydrogen fuel cells in electric vehicles. Investments in fuel cell technology will benefit from this growth trend.
Why invest in fuel cell technology with AuAg?
- AuAg Funds offers funds that focus on providing exposure to green technology, precious metals and green technology elements. These metals have in common that they provide protection against monetary inflation and are necessary for the transformation to a green world.
- Through investments in the fund AuAg Precious Green, investors get access to fuel cell technology companies.
- AuAg’s funds fit nicely into a portfolio of traditional assets as they have a low correlation with equities and bonds.
- AuAg offers exposure to green technology companies through the fund AuAg Precious Green. The fund has 60 per cent of the fund’s exposure to green tech companies in four different areas: production of clean energy, reduced energy consumption, energy storage/power and extraction of the elements needed for the green transition. The fund also has 40 per cent physical precious metals focusing on gold.
The fuel cell technology sector is expected to grow rapidly on the back of investments in electric vehicles by the world’s leading automotive companies. If growth trajectories are met, an investment in fuel cell technology can generate good returns.