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04/29/2021

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Romeo Power Stock Looks Like it Could Double
03/22/2021
Romeo Power Stock Looks Like it Could Double

Romeo Power Stock Looks Like it Could Double

Romeo Power stock looks like a good value here. RMO stock is potentially worth $27, or over double today’s price, based on its comps.

03/19/2021

“One industry that I’m excited about is the aviation industry. In the same way that we’re making every mile cleaner in the commercial vehicle space

In its presentation, the company estimated that its revenue is expected to rise to $2 billion by 2025 from just $63 mill...
03/16/2021
Why GIK SPAC Is a Good Bet on Lightning eMotors

In its presentation, the company estimated that its revenue is expected to rise to $2 billion by 2025 from just $63 million in 2021. The projection is also backed by the company’s $800 million pipeline, which provides credibility to its estimates. Another interesting thing to note is that the company’s pipeline grew from $130 million in March to $800 million in September 2020. Compared to Lightning, many of its peers don’t have a single product on the market and no revenues. Its EV assembly factories have been fully operational since 2018. Unlike many of its peers, Lighting has fleet customers in Plug Power, Amazon, IKEA, and ACE Parking among others.

All of these advantages are available to investors at a valuation that's relatively cheaper than its comparable peers. Therefore, GIK stock seems like a good proxy to take exposure to this EV bet.

The GIK and Lightning eMotors merger will likely be completed in the first quarter of 2021. Should you buy GIK SPAC before the merger?

02/19/2021

Romeo Power. ("Romeo Power") (New York Stock Exchange: #RMO RMO), an energy technology leader delivering large-scale electrification solutions for complex commercial applications, and Ecellix Inc., developer of eCell™ micro-porous silicon anode battery materials intended to replace graphite in lithium-ion batteries, announced today they have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to cooperate in the development, validation and launch of next-generation battery technology.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210219005108/en/

The strategic partnership will combine Ecellix’s groundbreaking, ultra-high capacity eCell technology with Romeo Power’s proven battery packs, modules and battery management system to create advanced electrification solutions for the commercial vehicle industry. The parties are collaborating in order to jointly develop battery technology with market-leading range, faster charge times, maximized uptime and increased profit per mile.

The combination of Ecellix’s high energy density materials, and Romeo Power’s advanced truck battery architecture, has the opportunity to reduce the weight of a 1 MWh battery pack by up to 9,900 pounds. This is equivalent to reducing the weight of a battery-electric Class 8 truck by up to 25%, therefore exceeding 660 miles of range on a single charge.

"We are thrilled to collaborate with Ecellix. Their battery material technology is impressive, adding up to 50% more energy to current generation lithium-ion batteries," said Lionel Selwood, Jr., CEO of Romeo Power. "Together, we can accelerate the clean energy movement and offer tiered products to meet and exceed our customers’ requirements at every level."

"Romeo Power is a proven market leader representing more than half of North America’s Class 8 market," said Jerry Schwartz, Ecellix’s CEO. "We look forward to working together to develop and implement our best-of-class silicon anode materials technologies to innovate electrification solutions for the industrial transportation sector and beyond."

Romeo Power and Ecellix will collaborate on eCell technology qualification, value chain partnership development and implementing eCell into Romeo Power’s battery packs and modules. The companies will determine eCell performance based on application requirements, design reliability and using life cycle maximization. Once validated, Romeo Power customers could directly benefit from performance enhancements, such as extended range, lower total cost of ownership and extended battery life.

To learn more about Ecellix and eCell technology, click here.

About Romeo Power, Inc.
Founded in 2016 and headquartered in Los Angeles, California, Romeo Power (NYSE: RMO) is an energy technology leader delivering large-scale electrification solutions for complex commercial applications. The company’s suite of advanced hardware, combined with its innovative battery management system, delivers the safety, performance, reliability and configurability its customers need to succeed. Romeo Power's 113,000 square-foot manufacturing facility brings its flexible design and development process inhouse to pack the most energy dense modules on the market. To keep up with everything Romeo Power, please follow the company on social @romeopowerinc or visit www.romeopower.com.

About Ecellix Inc.
Ecellix is the developer of proprietary swell-tolerant micro-porous silicon carbon anode materials produced with commodity precursor materials at favorable production costs. eCell materials are intended to replace graphite in lithium-ion batteries, enabling a 30-50% increase in overall Li-ion battery energy capacity and significant benefits in reduced weight and volume, enabling battery manufacturers to produce batteries with higher retention capacity and energy density while lowering manufacturing costs on shorter production times.

View source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210219005108/en/

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/romeo-power-signs-memorandum-understanding-120000878.html

RMO
02/10/2021
Heritage Invests in Future of Battery Recycling

RMO

The Heritage Group and Heritage Environmental Services, Inc. (collectively, "Heritage"), a leader in environmental and sustainability services, launched a new division, Heritage Battery Recycling (HBR), in late 2020 to address growing market demand for safe, sustainable solutions for lithium-ion bat...

Lightning eMotors Names New Chief Revenue Officer - Lightning eMotors
02/09/2021
Lightning eMotors Names New Chief Revenue Officer - Lightning eMotors

Lightning eMotors Names New Chief Revenue Officer - Lightning eMotors

Lightning eMotors Names New Chief Revenue Officer Industry veteran Kash Sethi joins Lightning to head up business development LOVELAND, Colo., Feb. 9, 2021 – Lightning eMotors (“Lightning eMotors” or the “Company”), a leading provider of commercial electric vehicles for fleets, today annou...

San Antonio City Council Names Blink Charging as Provider of EV Charging Infrastructure for the City’s EVSA Program Foll...
02/09/2021
San Antonio City Council Names Blink Charging as Provider of EV Charging Infrastructure for the City’s EVSA Program Following Competitive Proposal Process : Blink Charging

San Antonio City Council Names Blink Charging as Provider of EV Charging Infrastructure for the City’s EVSA Program Following Competitive Proposal Process : Blink Charging

Click here to read our must recent news, San Antonio City Council Names Blink Charging as Provider of EV Charging Infrastructure for the City’s EVSA Program Following Competitive Proposal Process. Blink Charging provides high-quality and easy to use EV Charging Stations and Networks for homes and ...

Competition intensifies for commercial vehicle battery makers - FreightWaves
02/06/2021
Competition intensifies for commercial vehicle battery makers - FreightWaves

Competition intensifies for commercial vehicle battery makers - FreightWaves

Romeo Power Inc. claims a two-year lead over competitors in the race to fast-charging, long-range batteries for electric trucks. But new entries, backed by blank-check companies like Romeo was, are flooding the market.

02/05/2021
02/05/2021
Electric Vehicle News
02/04/2021
Electric Vehicle News

Electric Vehicle News

Lion Electric has partnered with Romeo Power Inc. to produce these amazing vehicles in the near future. I would want my kids to be driven in these school buses and not those diesel belching dinosaurs! How about you? Both are public. New York Stock Exchange https://thelionelectric.com/en

#RMO Romeo Power Inc.
02/04/2021
Electric Vehicle News

#RMO Romeo Power Inc.

Seize the Opportunity with EV Battery Play Romeo Power Inc. Stock
Take advantage of the near-term weakness and enter a position in RMO stock #RMO

So far this year, Romeo Power (NYSE:RMO) stock has sold off. Now trading as RMO stock, this company went public though RMG Acquisition — a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) — and closed on its merger on Dec. 30.

Trading for around $26.42 per share when the deal closed, shares have since pulled back to just below $19 per share. However, there may be a silver lining. Why? This recent weakness may have opened up a great opportunity for investors to enter a long-term position in the stock at a more reasonable price.

Yes, valuation may look rich here. Right now, the company sports a market capitalization of around $2.4 billion. Sales for this year are projected to come in at just $140 million.

But things are only getting warmed up. This early-stage company could scale into a multi-billion business within the next four years. If that happens, today’s valuation will look like a steal in hindsight.

Of course, the future is far from guaranteed. But, diving into the details, it’s clear this EV battery play stands to become a winner as this industry takes off in the coming decade.

RMO Stock: Charged for Growth Through 2025
Investors today have many options when it comes to adding EV exposure to their portfolio. Overall trends are this industry’s friend. However, not every company in this space is going to survive, much less thrive.

That’s the case whether we are talking about EV manufacturers themselves or companies like Romeo, which make essential components for EVs. So, why do I believe RMO stock stands to be one of the winners? There are three key reasons.

Firstly, the prospects for this maker of lithium ion battery modules and packs look strong right out of the gate. It’s already locked down $545 million in contracted revenues.

Secondly — unlike other battery names competing for a share of the passenger market — Romeo’s focus is on the commercial market. Already counting customers, the company’s early moves could make it the dominant battery supplier for trucks, vans and other heavy-duty vehicles.

Thirdly, with $384 million raised from the SPAC merger, Romeo Power has the war chest it needs to fund growth between now and 2025. Put it all together and it’s easy to see this company living up to the financials projected in its November investor presentation.

That means the potential for revenues to skyrocket from $140 million in 2021 to $1.65 billion in 2025. And, this is before taking into account its 40% stake in a joint venture with a major auto parts supplier.

Yet, despite so much working in its favor, shares are not immune to volatility. Long-term, this remains a solid opportunity. But keep in mind that shares could experience a hiccup or two along the way.

Patience Is Key with Romeo Power
So far, the runaway bull market in electric vehicle names and related stocks has shown little sign of slowing down. But, at some point, we’re bound to see this sector stumble. Chances are, it’ll happen once some of the newly public EV companies fall short of expectations.

This will impact share prices across-the-board, including the stock prices of stronger contenders like RMO stock. Again, that’s only a near-term hiccup. Yet, it could scare off some investors who lose confidence well before the “story” behind this stock fully plays out.

So, if I believe a pullback in EV and EV-related stocks is possible, why do I think now’s the time to buy Romeo Power? Like the adage goes, time in the market beats timing the market. You are better off being patient rather than diving in and out of this stock in an attempt to predict future market moves.

Also, if Romeo pulls back further from here — say, from $19 per share — to prices as low as its $10 per share SPAC offering price, consider it the prime time to increase your position.

The pivot towards electric vehicles is a megatrend that’s decades in the making. So, don’t consider plays in this space to be short-term trades. These are long-term buys and playing them as such paves the way to big gains down the road.

Bottom Line
After the closing of its SPAC merger, those who rode RMG Acquisition stock from $10 per share up to well above $20 per share have started to take profit. But, while this has resulted in some fast gains for many speculators, there’s still opportunity for those looking to play the long-game with Romeo Power.

Already off to a great start, this company could be a multi-billion dollar business within four years. And — while weakness could continue — this may work in your favor. Buying in while others are cashing out, seize the opportunity and enter a long-term position in RMO stock.

On the date of publication, neither Matt McCall nor the InvestorPlace Research Staff member primarily responsible for this article held (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in the article.

https://investorplace.com/2021/02/rmo-stock-seize-opportunity-ev-battery-play/

#RMO Romeo Power Inc.
02/04/2021
Electric Vehicle News

#RMO Romeo Power Inc.

FreightWaves #RMO Romeo Power Inc.
Wed, February 3, 2021, 10:10 AM·5 min read

Moving beyond electric vehicles themselves, blank-check companies are targeting battery developers critical to the growing demand for zero-emission commercial vehicles.

The most attractive battery-making companies have track records and significant revenue, reducing the risk to investors. The special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) sponsoring their public debuts promise hundreds of millions of dollars for rapid scaling of the businesses.

Take Romeo Power Inc., founded in 2015 by expatriates of Tesla, SpaceX, Amazon and Samsung. Romeo (NYSE: RMO) completed a business combination with RMG Acquisition Corp. on Dec. 28. It has $545 million in contracted orders and a customer base representing 68% of North American Class 8 truck manufacturers.

The $394 million that Romeo received at the closing of its reverse merger will fund the chase of European and Asian customers while adding contracts in North America, CEO Lionel Selwood told FreightWaves in an interview.

Then there is Proterra Inc., a maker of heavy-duty electric transit buses, drivetrains, batteries and charging systems. Its reverse merger with ArcLight Clean Transportation Corp. (NASDAQ: ACTC) will bring $648 million in cash and a $1.6 billion valuation to Proterra when the business combination is completed. Proterra's order book: $750 million.

School buses and ... excavators

Proterra recently cut a deal with Japanese construction giant Komatsu (OTC: KMTUY) to build a proof-of-concept electric excavator this year. Commercial production would follow in 2023 to 2024 using high-energy density and fast-charging technology.

An early investor in Proterra, Daimler Trucks uses Proterra batteries in its Thomas Built Buses subsidiary.

On Monday, 15-year-old battery maker Microvast Inc. made official an expected SPAC sponsorship by Tuscan Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: THCB) in a deal valued at $3 billion.

Tuscan raised $276 million in a March 2019 initial public offering. It added $540 million from investors including defense contractor and heavy equipment maker Oshkosh Truck Corp. (NYSE: OSK) and Black Rock. The world's largest asset management company frequently purchases private investment in public equity (PIPE) shares.

Microvast is focusing on commercial vehicles like port equipment and mining trucks because, as CEO Yang Wu told Bloomberg, passenger vehicle companies will make their own batteries. One example is General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM), which is building a plant in northeast Ohio for its $2.3 billion joint venture with cell maker LG Chem to assemble Ultium battery packs.

Romeo claims a lead

Romeo claims its battery packs deliver an average of 30% greater power density than competitors. In some applications, Romeo packs hold twice as much energy. That is critical to reducing the on-board mass of batteries needed to deliver long-haul range comparable to diesel-powered trucks.

"Depending on the state of charge, we can charge large-scale capacity batteries in 30 minutes or less today," Selwood said. "We are driving toward being able to charge large-scale commercial vehicle batteries in 15 minutes or less in the future.

Romeo Power Inc. claims a 30% greater energy density in its battery pack than competitors. Shown is the Hermes model designed for trucks and buses. (Photo: Romeo Power)

"Today, we're enabling more than 300 miles on a single charge with our largest single-capacity batteries," he said. "We are heads down trying to get to 500 miles on a single charge in the future. We're the market leader. But I'm not happy. We need to get to 500 [miles]."

Energy density to match diesel

A single charge covering 500 miles and a 15-minute recharge time would put battery power on par with diesel. With less maintenance required, the total cost of ownership could be less. Romeo has evaluated more than 200 cell technologies.

"What that has allowed us to do is not only understand battery cells at the raw materials chemistry levels," Selwood said. "It is allowing us to drive the development of the up-and-coming battery cell providers that nobody is really talking about."

The big names in battery cells have multiple partners and big dreams. LG is working with GM; Panasonic provides cells for electric vehicle leader Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA); and China-based CATL sells batteries to Daimler Trucks. Samsung is working on a solid-state battery with a 500-mile range.

Romeo's partners

Even before it became a SPAC target, Romeo built sustainable relationships to grow its business.

BorgWarner Inc. (NYSE: BWA) formed a joint venture and invested $50 million for a 20% stake in Romeo in May 2019.

"We believe our global engineering and manufacturing footprint enables us to quickly commercialize cutting-edge technology," Joel Wiegert, president of BorgWarner Morse Systems, said when the joint venture was formed. Wiegert is now CEO of engine drive systems maker Dayco Products.

"We were able to bring the leading-edge battery technology that kind of completes the [BorgWarner] portfolio," Selwood said.

Romeo also counts waste hauler Republic Services Group (NYSE: RSG) among investors and partners. It signed a deal last week to retrofit two Republic trucks. Republic canceled a deal in December to buy 2,500 electric refuse haulers from startup electric truck maker Nikola Corp. Coincidentally, Nikola is also a Romeo customer.

"We believe our partnership with Romeo Power will strengthen our leadership position within our industry in both electrification and sustainability," Republic Chief Operating Officer Tim Stuart said. He joined Romeo's board of directors in November when it bought additional shares in Romeo's SPAC sponsor.

Republic continues demonstration projects for electric refuse trucks with Mack Trucks and Peterbilt Motors.

Big contracts

Romeo nearly doubled the size of its order book in November when it signed a five-year production contract with Canada's Lion Electric Co. Romeo expects to book $234 million in revenue from equipping Lion's Class 6-8 commercial trucks and buses. The company recently expanded its 113,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Los Angeles.

In January, Romeo signed a deal with Heritage Environmental Services that should lead to fleet sales of 500 electric trucks by 2025, with a long-term goal of electrifying 2,000 trucks.

"We've been proving our technology and putting it into the hands of customers, and that is translating to long-term agreements," Selwood said. "That's why you invest in Romeo versus just purchasing. The uptime and profit per mile and [return on investment] is what matters."

Related articles: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/competition-intensifies-commercial-vehicle-battery-151048028.html

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