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C-MACC Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap 164
Hydrogen Hubs and More EV Incentives – Are We Too Fast/Rigid?
- We focus on whether industries can keep up with accelerated plans and still remain profitable or, in some cases, even viable. The asks may be too rigid.
- We question how a hydrogen hub in the US Northeast, for example, could make hydrogen competitively, and if able, what the market would be for the hydrogen.
- The new EPA emission rules will only amplify concerns around critical mineral supply and China’s dominance of many supply chains – current pricing is misleading.
- Industries could get sucked into high-priority initiatives that consume increasing amounts of capital, either spent inefficiently or at peak prices for the material.
- Otherwise, we look at the anticipated (at least by us) round of comfortable earnings beats in 1Q 2023, and what might happen next – it’s all about oil prices.
Last week we discussed 20 Chemicals and Related Products and 121 Companies.
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