Hypersolar (HYSR) In The News

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This morning a PR was released highlighting Hypersolar’s recent inclusion in an article in Nature Magazine. The article focuses on the Joint Center For Artificial Photosynthesis (JCAP) and their efforts to make Hydrogen and other fuels from Photosynthesis. What is important for investors in Hypersolar to know is that the interest in what JCAP is doing is significant and extends to public, private and non-profit companies alike. JCAP has received funding in the amount of $116M over five years from the U.S. Department of Energy. In case anyone needed a little validation about what is going into this quest for the holy grail this is but one example. What should be becoming painfully obvious is that Hypersolar could receive grants or investments (as we have stated multiple times before in previous articles and comments) on the order of ten or tens of millions. If one reads the linked article above it appears that HYSR and JCAP are pursuing some of the same lines of research only one of them has 80 scientists working on it and the other just a few. We cannot imagine that HYSR is not applying for some of these grants, nor can we imagine that they are not in conversations with some of the bigger players in the fuel cell industry.

What could PLUG, FCEL, BLDP and others stand to gain from Hypersolar?  While we cannot be certain company officials from any of these entities are reading this blog, we do note that about a dozen private equity groups and hedge funds are subscribers here. What we can say without reservation is that a little investment in Hypersolar could be very meaningful. For those just getting current on Hypersolar’s story we state a few things that we think are most critical to know about the company. As the Nature article reveals, Hypersolar is attaining its Hydrogen extraction through renewable, low cost, materials such as waste water. The significance here is that when you get to a mass production extraction level it does no good if the financial equation makes it non-viable. Hypersolar has only pursued an extraction model that makes sense economically and environmentally because otherwise what’s the point. As Hypersolar has oft repeated the voltage necessary to achieve Hydrogen extraction on a commercial scale is 1.5V. Hypersolar in early February announced it had achieved 1.2V. The level needed for Hydrogen extraction is 1.23V. In each of its recent updates HYSR has moved 10% further. So the next move is quite important as we fully expect the company to move past the Hydrogen extraction level. If that doesn’t wake up larger companies who would benefit immensely from onsite hydrogen production nothing will. Having onsite hydrogen production, by way of example, would be infinitely more valuable than whatever PLUG stands to gain from its ReliOn purchase (and we are not saying that that lacks merit).

As I think many investors will come to see in the near future, an investment of $1-5M in Hypersolar would provide whatever company that makes that purchase considerable near term benefit (both practically and on the PR front) and would do so on the cheap. We note that tomorrow marks four months since Hypersolar’s last voltage update. The last two updates were three and two months apart respectively. Our guess (and it is a guess because it is hard to put a timetable on the science) is that we will hear from the company before the six month mark. It could be next week or it could be in August. The commentary in Nature Magazine is certainly validating for Hypersolar and provides a unique boon because it is a publication aimed largely at scientists and/or those significantly interested in the latest developments and breakthroughs. Nature boasts a readership of 424,000 according to Wikipedia. In 2010 it was recognized as the world’s most cited scientific publication by Journal Citation Reports. As always please do your own due diligence and do not rely solely on us or any other source for your investment decisions. Instead consult a trusted financial adviser before making any purchase of equities.

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18 Comments for "Hypersolar (HYSR) In The News"


Ted

Posted on Wednesday 11th June, 2014, 4:58pm

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EDVA,
I do not believe I speak for myself when I say I learned of HYSR from this blog. The possibilities truly seem endless. I have been wondering how you came about your .25 price target. Was it based simply on momentum from a potential 1.23V+ news release? Or do you think this company is more of a takeover target or something else? The idea that this company could potentially take something as common (and cheap) as water and sunlight and turn it into the major energy source of the future is worth my bet. Im also curious if anyone else reading this blog may know more about the company than what is out there today for everyone to see.

    edvapatent

    Posted on Thursday 12th June, 2014, 9:37pm

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    Ted, thanks for the comments/question. Yes, I think the 1.23V should spark considerable movement and makes HYSR much more than another science experiment company. I expect that to be the next thing announced in terms of voltage as I said previously. The stock moved from single digits to over .30 in 2011 so it has that history-and at a time when I think it can be said nothing this exciting was taking place. I think they are a legitimate takeover target if they achieve the 1.23V level and remember they are at 1.2 now. My guess however is that they would prefer to have a bigger company invest and provide capital while still maintaining upside (which would be absolutely insane if they reach 1.5V) or get some significant grant money which is not at all out of the question and the Nature Magazine article helps in that regard. If reason prevails the 1.23V or better announcement should send it back over .10 and really should send it to a 52-week high. Strong support seems to be .03 so the risk/reward seems quite favorable here. Best of luck to you.

Tim

Posted on Monday 30th June, 2014, 11:07pm

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I’m going to make a strong bet on this co. The potential is through the roof, HYSR is just days from announcing there progress, and I truly believe there gonna hit between 1.3-1.5v giving this stock a heavy boost, get in now!

    edvapatent

    Posted on Tuesday 1st July, 2014, 12:38am

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    Thanks for your comment. If they can get to 1.5V the future is out of sight-literally. People generally do not understand the implications of that. As for an announcement within days, I have no idea. Could be, but that sounds like more of a guess than anything else. I would like to see them hit 1.3V soon, clear the 1.23V hydrogen extraction hurdle (and if they have already done so announce that clearly) and be well positioned to achieve the 1.5V that is the production level goal. What they announced today regarding the coated polymer and 170 hours of continuous hydrogen production made it seem like they must have already surpassed the 1.23V level (otherwise how does that happen) but the company did not make a clear statement about what level of voltage they reached as part of this latest event so we are left to try to draw inferences and conclusions. I do note that they said that it was “one of the longest duration applications of wireless hydrogen production on record.” That to me seems like something considerably out of the ordinary occurred but again, I’m not sure the company relayed this properly so that people could understand the significance, particularly in keeping with what they have learned about the voltage progression and its importance. Perhaps we will get further clarification from Hypersolar in coming days and I hope we do. I do know that I would not be selling the stock at this point. Thanks again for your comment.

Practical

Posted on Wednesday 23rd July, 2014, 1:14am

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Edva,
How do you feel about the almost no new news press release today? So glad it is back in the $0.03′s. I guess the news release was smart on Tim’s part considering the industry movement past 2 days. But like you said, would not be selling at this point. Thanks for the research and due diligence regarding HYSR. Pretty sure 1.23 very near as this swings from $0.03′s to low $0.04′s.

    edvapatent

    Posted on Wednesday 23rd July, 2014, 10:36am

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    Still ridiculously underpriced at this level. People do not understand HYSR or it would be worth much more right now. Perhaps over the coming weeks (until we get to a major announcement) that will begin to change.

Practical

Posted on Wednesday 23rd July, 2014, 7:22pm

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So cliche’ to say this, but two times at .13 and third should be a charm.

    edvapatent

    Posted on Saturday 26th July, 2014, 2:04am

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    Or more…I am expecting a major move once they announce 1.23V or better.

Richard

Posted on Thursday 24th July, 2014, 6:08pm

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Your information on this site is great. Thanks so much for informing everyone. I recently invested in Hypersokar because I believe in the future of this technology. I just hope the company issues a strong PR when 1.23 volts is announced. We need this to become national news because it should be.

    edvapatent

    Posted on Saturday 26th July, 2014, 2:03am

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    Appreciate the comment Richard. I am invested heavily but I fully realize that this is speculative and entirely dependent upon HYSR reaching stated milestones. Yes, the possibilities here are enormous but we will all breathe collective sighs of relief once they announce further progress. This is not for the faint of heart. Stay tuned.

Practical

Posted on Thursday 14th August, 2014, 7:34pm

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Edva,
Any updates on HYSR? I keep adding to my position and am willing to wait it out through end of year. Thanks again for your time.

John moriarty

Posted on Tuesday 16th September, 2014, 9:47pm

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I think most of your readers would like an update. Last thing you published was 3 months ago. Wddd is certainly heating up. Hysr has been drifting lower for months, Eon completely flushed down the toilet with the merger. Surely, you must have some thoughts to share or have you abandoned this website.

    edvapatent

    Posted on Wednesday 17th September, 2014, 9:04pm

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    I haven’t had a lot of time and perhaps should have named my site edvararely. In part it is because I haven’t had a lot to say and I hate to blather on about nothing…there is far too much of that available if people want it. I think the Worlds case remains strong and I could see a bit more of a spike pre-Markman. One has to remain cognizant of the fact that Worlds is not cash rich however. That can lead to different outcomes, some not so favorable. I think the INVT story is yet to be played out so I do not fully agree with your assessment but I understand your position. As for HYSR I continue to hold a significant position which I continue to add to when I see this kind of price action. I’m really a “story” guy more than anything. I think the HYSR story gets more interesting as they get ever closer to the 1.23-1.5V levels. I expect the next update to be somewhere in the middle and tantalizingly close enough to eureka to spark major interest from the business sector and the more mainstream news media. I am also invested in two biotechs currently, AEZS & THLD, which for different reasons which I’d encourage anyone to look at. Thanks for emailing!

Ryan

Posted on Monday 22nd September, 2014, 6:01pm

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EDVA, it was nice to hear from you again. Hope to hear from you again soon on WDDD and HYSR.

Thanks.

Practical

Posted on Friday 26th September, 2014, 12:41am

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Hello Edva,
This post is about the WDDD Markman hearing coming up. Will someone from your group of investors be attending the hearing on 10/03/14? You mentioned before that your group has a sizeable position in WDDD so I myself am making assumption that maybe, just maybe someone would be attending from your group of investors. If so, as in investor myself who appreciates this website and your two sense would simply like to know to keep us apprized either via this website or twitter. Thank you in advance.

Eric

Posted on Monday 20th October, 2014, 7:12pm

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SORRY I meant to typt XDSL. MPHASE TECHNOLOGIES

    edvapatent

    Posted on Tuesday 21st October, 2014, 4:46pm

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    Thanks for visiting Eric. I haven’t really reviewed but it seems like they may be paying for PR so not sure it’s for me.

Eric

Posted on Tuesday 21st October, 2014, 5:54pm

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Well watching HYSR today. When I saw the email this AM thought it was going to be the volt milestone we have all been waiting for. Hopefully soon but at least some kind of good news. Thanks for replying about XDSL. How can you tell they are paying for PR? Just curious. It would be good to know for sure.

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