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FuelPositive Corporation (NHHHF)

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0.1350-0.0035 (-2.53%)
At close: 03:38PM EST
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  • I
    Immortal1973
    Why it is so quite here?
    Neutral
  • R
    Ron
    What is your opinion.....2.5k in NHHHF or 2.5k in AMMPF?
    Neutral
  • G
    GMC
    Is Ammonia the Secret to Decarbonization?!
    www.youtube.com
    Bullish
  • D
    David
    It would be nice to hear an update on how they are trending and whether they will soon be able to install and collect data. This could be a real winner. I guess we will wait and see.

    Dave
  • J
    Joe Byron
    Good bottom to get in at!
    Scoop it up!
    Bullish
  • D
    Dimitris
    Employees wanted!!make your application!
  • D
    David
    Supply chain issues continue... seems like right product... at right time
    Bullish
  • G
    Gaby
    In September, during the annual Ship Efficiency Conference in Hamburg, Germany, multiple experts from the heavy shipping industry predicted that by the middle of the century, more than a quarter of the world's heaviest freighters and tankers will be powered by ammonia.That's right... Not diesel, not nuclear, not natural gas or hydrogen or even lithium-ion power but ammonia ? known in chemistry as NH3.These predictions aren't radical, contrarian opinions, either.The heavy shipping industry aims to decrease its carbon footprint by half by the middle of the century, and ammonia, even as an internal combustion fuel, emits nothing but water and nitrogen as byproducts ? making it an obvious option.Major industry players including Japanese giant Imabari, Indonesian-based Mitsui E&S Machinery, Danish juggernaut Maersk, and Greek-based Navios Group, are already planning, retooling, and making preparations for the switch.Now, to be clear, ammonia's properties are not news to anybody.Back in the 1940s, during the #$%$ occupation of Western Europe, ammonia was used as an alternative to diesel to power city buses.A quarter-century later, in the skies above the western United States, ammonia propelled the X-15 rocket plane to almost seven times the speed of sound, setting a record for winged aircraft that still stands today.Today, it stands as perhaps the single biggest threat to the EV market ? because why would anybody bother buying a new car, one that relies entirely on electric charging stations to stay on the road, when they could just pump a new type of fuel into their existing car, at an existing filling station, and get the same benefits?The answer is: They wouldn't.So why doesn't the world run off ammonia?Up until very recently, ammonia fuel production has simply been too energy-demanding to be a viable option for the masses.For it to work, a new production method would need to be perfected.If and when this technology came into being, it would immediately become an existential threat to the EV market as we know it.Today, that's precisely what's happening.A new technology that's currently in testing at the University of Ontario has the potential to change everything.
  • R
    Ricardo
    News are great, however the 'market' waits for something more concrete like sales agreement, announcement of partnership or completion of phase 2.
  • D
    David
    Scotland... is completely renewable... with agriculture... our product should work well
    Bullish
  • D
    David
    Well prototype... less than 90 days away and clock is ticking... maybe some agreements will occur in coming months... recent hire is a studess... I believe the hires they are getting is indicative of the product they have otw... GL
    Bullish
  • a
    aloecez
    Love to see it break 40 cents. Production is coming soon
    Bullish
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    David
    Hope Canadian government throws them a bone lol
    Bullish
  • J
    Joe Byron
    Get it know, can’t get much cheaper than this
  • D
    David
    let's end on a good note
    Bullish
  • D
    David
    I suspect that next year will be filled with strategic agreements. NHHHF doesn't really have the manufacturing compacity to generate enough product. However, if there approach and there product is legit we could be off to the races. It was one of the only stocks I own that was up yesterday. I think one agreement puts us on the map. I believe we could be in for a strong 3-4 months. I like the COO. He seems to have an incredibly strong track record and methodical approach. I also like that the results seem to be exceed their own expectations.

    Short Interest: Last few weeks
    56.91%
    55.58%
    46.14%
    47.65%
    41.72%
    51.49%
    54.89%
    62.72%
    61.41%
    73.77%
    69.04%

    Not sure how we are averaging more than 50% short interest daily but we are. I know some shareholders are shorting against the box as Daniel stated buy still surprising.

    Dave
    Bullish
  • D
    David
    Trend begins again... wondering if it can sustain this time... with a product close to production that could change the world... I like the market cap...
    Bullish
  • D
    David
    Be nice to see some positive movement. Might not see anything until new year.
    Bullish
  • B
    Billybob
    May a 2 hump camel wet all shorters beds soon
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