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  -1.625p -7.56% 19.875p 19.00p 20.75p 21.50p 18.00p 21.50p 2,573,637 16:35:00
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Electronic & Electrical Equipment 2.3 -5.4 -1.7 - 61.48

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30/9/2016
09:20
AFC Energy Daily Update: Afc Energy is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AFC. The last closing price for AFC Energy was 21.50p.
Afc Energy has a 4 week average price of 23.77p and a 12 week average price of 20.62p.
The 1 year high share price is 45p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.50p.
There are currently 309,313,943 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 726,503 shares. The market capitalisation of Afc Energy is £61,476,146.17.
11/9/2016
21:56
ride the wave 1: The most powerful chart signal finally happened last week and we bounced off a double bottom at 22p . So where does that leave us now ? . It looks like there's a little bulls flag that's been formed on the two month line chart . It's a continuation of uptrend pattern so I'm very bullish . The macd looks like it should turn positive from tomorrow and the rsi is still nice and low at 61.78 so that bodes well moving forwards .Momentum is building nicely and I expect it too continue (as the price keeps rising it will attract more and more people). Interesting too see that the last 2 candles have produced higher highs and higher lows . This proves that the Bulls are taking charge with the higher highs and that the bears are failing miserably with the higher lows and higher highs !!!. The Bulls are in total control ! This is where it gets very interesting because a picture speaks a thousand words .... Goto the 6 month candle chart on weekly candles . Last week we created a BULLISH ENGULFING pattern that is showing is the way forwards . I think we will test 30p+ this week and close on another tall white bullish candle .We had the retrace 2 and 3 weeks ago and like I said previously, we will continue with our uptrend and head towards the top of our trend line (maybe even higher). The bigger the timeframe you look at - the more power it holds . Goto the 1 year monthly candle chart and you will see that for the last 3 months we have closed on a higher high and also created higher lows .(this means month on month we have progressed and that the share price has consistently gone up in value). The macd bars will turn positive either by the end of this month or early next month (very good sign) .This proves that we are in a rock solid uptrend indeed . Next resistance is at 35p and then around 47p , so we could find ourselves at these prices a lot quicker than some might think . If we get the right news then all this goes out of the window and we go straight to �1 (within a few days if Dubai mou gets turned into a contract) . Remember Aim is news driven and we have 13 RNSs due by the end of this year !!!!!! . If ever there was a time to be a AFC shareholder it's NOW (just before all them RNSs get released and AFC become commercial because once this happens ....things will never EVER be the same again and that's the exact reason why I'm invested . All IMHO dyor GLA Ps When we get to 1GW in 2020 (say share price was on �10) , any idea what we would get for dividends because that's the reason why I'm invested (dividends or takeover) . Tia
28/8/2016
13:36
ride the wave 1: Aim is news driven and we will have 13 RNSs by the end of the year . When AFC become commercial this year - things will never ever be the same again . Numpty will have to deramp another share then (lol) .The next 4 months will be transformational for the share price and for the company IMHO .
30/7/2016
21:00
ride the wave 1: My T/A We have been in a uptrend for nearly a month and that's clear to see from the higher highs and higher lows that we are creating . On Friday we finally broke out of the 14p-16p trading range on very strong volume and we closed on a tall white bullish candlestick that is showing is the way forwards . The 25 dma crossed the 30 dma on the 2 month chart (like I predicted last week) and the macd also turned positive , which is another good sign of things to come . Old resistance at 16p should now become support , but somehow I don't think that we will need it because momentum is building nicely . The rsi is in a positive position and is quite high but it still has a bit further to go .As we know news blows charts out of the window and the volume suggests that word has got out IMHO , so it will be interesting to see how it pans out . On the 6 month chart there seems to be hardly any resistance all the up to 30p so we could reach that price rather quickly once we break through 20p . Now this is where things get very interesting :- We have been progressing very well over the last 5/6 weeks as can been seen from the weekly candlesticks on the 6 month chart . It suggests that we will keep on rising as we are creating mostly white candles with a few doji when we are consolidating and the macd is in a positive position with a long way to go yet . The longer time frame charts give you a better picture of where we are and where we are heading so even if we get some profit takers it should be of no concern to the med / long term investors because the trend is up and we need sellers to continue the re-rate . The way to play it is hold and buy the dips (not sell the dips) .Ive been invested for a few years nearly and with 14 RNSs due by the end of the year it's not worth the hassle of trading these and potentially missing out on a huge spike , so remember the reasons why you invested and ride the waves . If you look at the 3 month chart you can see that the 50dma is only just below the 100 dma and I expect that it will crossover sometime next week , this will create our long awaited GOLDEN CROSS breakout which is a very very powerful chart pattern that must not be underestimated . When it happens the 50dma will act as support and the share price will stay above it as we rise very quickly with very strong buying pressure . Last but not least (phew) , if you look at the year chart on monthly candlesticks you will see that we have just created a BULLISH ENGULFING pattern for July (also as I predicted) and it has a very very long way to go . This shows that there are huge gains coming that will be much bigger on a monthly basis . The macd bars are getting smaller and within a month or two they will turn positive , in the meantime the share price will keep climbing but when it turns positive that's when you will see the uptrend in full force . As you can tell I'm extremely bullish and everything is looking very very good indeed . All IMHO so dyor ...GLA
02/12/2015
08:41
ramridge: Can someone explain why the Landstead deal is not a win/win? (If share price goes up then both Lanstead and AFC profit.) Recent discussions suggest that taking the share price down is good for Landstead. If the deal isn't a win/win then why did AFC enter into a contract with a 3rd party when it is in the 3rd party's interest to keep the share price down?
05/11/2015
20:33
robo175: Fuelling the future at AFC Shares in AFC Energy are up 278% since Adam Bond took over in December 2014 The drive for efficiency will be every bit as important, if not more so, than cyclical energy prices in determining the destiny of clean energy in the future. That is certainly one of the main takeaways from an afternoon in the company of Adam Bond, the chief executive of AFC Energy (AFC:AIM). Since taking over at the helm of the alkaline fuel cell specialist in December 2014, Bond has pursued a clear and coherent strategy which has demonstrated the company’s own march towards the efficiencies needed to commercialise their clean energy technology. The markets in any event seem to have appreciated the milestones set by the company. Year-to-date the shares are up 226%. (Click on chart to enlarge) AFC ENERGY - Comparison Line Chart (Rebased to first) Off the boil Admittedly, the £95 million cap has come off the boil somewhat of late and on a three month view the stock is down 43%. I ask Bond if he is concerned that AFC’s stellar momentum might be running out of steam. ‘The scope of the opportunity for AFC Energy continues to grow and we are firmly in dialogue with a number of partners in advancing into the commercial fuel cell world and towards our stated objective of 1GW of fuel cells under development or installed by 2020,’ he tells Shares. ‘With the work we are doing at the moment behind the scenes, there is a significant amount of momentum still to be accessed as we finish out 2015 and roll into 2016,’ Bond says. ‘The momentum the company currently has behind it is infectious and to see how it has evolved and matured over the last 12 months has been inspiring. I’m confident with the activities we are currently working on, we will see a reinstallation of the momentum we saw in the share price over the first six months of this year,’ he adds. An equity swap arrangement with specialist finance provider Lanstead saw AFC recieving cash once the shares went above a certain price (13.8p) and this deal is coming to a close after 18 payments. Because Lanstead has been paying AFC once the share price is above 13.8p, the group has not had to burn so much of its own cash. The drawback being that, as a result, Lanstead held a lot of AFC equity creating a significant overhang. However with Lanstead Capital now holding only around 3% and another stakeholder – Linc Energy (T16:SGX) – selling its holding, is the recent share price volatility behind the company? ‘The selling out by these two shareholders has most likely seen downward pressure placed on the stock, however, I believe the sentiment in the market towards AFC Energy remains positive and indeed, there is growing support behind us in not only delivering on our objectives for 2015, but also in articulating and being held accountable for milestones into 2016 which we will be coming out with over the coming weeks,’ Bond says. Managing the share price is not the job of a chief executive, so what is Bond’s plan for sustainable growth? ‘We are all about creating a long-term value proposition for our shareholders through our business model and in the form of partnerships we are currently with. ‘We should not be fooled into seeing short-term share price increases as the prize here, but in the creation of a massive corporate value proposition that will see the AFC fuel cell form an increasingly large component of the global energy mix,’ Bond says. Although Bond took over as chief executive of AFC Energy at the end of last year he had been a non-executive board member prior to this. AFCEnergyStall Energy background ‘I’ve spent my career in the energy space. I have a lot of experience around clean technologies and the commercialisation of new technologies. AFC has been around since 2006 and we listed in 2007. We’re predominately focused on developing and delivering what will be the world’s first alkaline fuel cell technology.’ Bond then goes on to highlight one of the crucial issues in the evolution of a technology company: ‘I think that a lot of technology companies, the biggest challenge is the transition from technical to commericial. You can get very comfortable in the laboratory trying to make something work.’ We’re at a point now that we know the fuel cells work. For the first time, we’ve delivered an outcome in Germany (referring to the Stade KORE in Germany) so we’ve proven that we can generate electricity.’ The question at that point becomes how best to optimise that technology for commerical applications. That to Adam Bond’s mind, means focusing on the right questions. ‘Those questions are things like; what type of power output do we require for commericial applications? This will differ from market. The market for fuel cells in Europe and the output requirement will be very different from that in Korea for example. So the question then is where you are at on the technology front with the market which will drive commercial outcomes today? ‘That’s what I’ve been trying to look at; understanding the market and the technology and putting them together. My background is in the global energy market, I’ve worked throughout the world and I understand the different drivers within government and within industry as well as the drivers within the clean energy space.’ Along the way, AFC’s technology has garnered a number of commercial deals in Korea, Thailand and Dubai with installations of 50MW, 10MW and 300MW respectively. All of which of course plays well when set against Bond’s ambitious 2020 pipeline target of 1GW. It is important to remember that while AFC Energy showed cash outflows of less than £1 million in the six months to the end of April, this might be flattered somewhat by the company’s Lanstead equity swap. Investing in new or unproven technologies is inevitably fraught with risk and AFC is no exception in this respect. That said, the company’s ability to attract high status investors has at least proved newsworthy. Whether or not investors of the media profile of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich have added significantly to share price performance is perhaps moot. Or at least to Bond, the oligarch’s stake – while welcome – has not been a significant catalyst for either over or under-performance. ‘Mr Abramovich has been a shareholder in AFC Energy now for several years and so I don’t believe there is any direct correlation between his strategic decision to invest in the company and any perceived recent hype in the share price. ‘He remains very supportive and can see the massive opportunity that exists for AFC Energy¹s fuel cell in the global market and so in that context, his investment is and will continue to be most beneficial to the company¹s long-term deployment strategy.’ Mitigating risk So far, AFC has done an admirable job of mitigating risk and managing investor expectations. ‘As we continue to deliver our 11 stated milestones for 2015, we are at each stage confirming a de-risking of our technology in the industrial setting,’ says Bond. ‘With the introduction of executive commercial and operations teams at AFC in recent weeks, we are working on fully understanding these risks and using our activities in Germany and elsewhere to ensure these risks continue to be mitigated and managed as best as we can at this stage of the project and technology lifecycle.’ Bond adds that this includes the full range of technical, operational, funding, staffing, execution and regulatory risks. ‘AFC Energy is in a strong position to manage several of these risks, but the idea of partnering in chosen regions is to work collaboratively with our partners and contractors to ensure appropriate risk mitigation strategies are in place across the full spectrum of the risk register,’ he explains. Fuel-cell primer Fuel cell technology is increasingly becoming recognised as a better technology option than conventional internal combustion engine generators or batteries. Applications can be portable, stationary or used in transportation. As the name suggests, portable fuel cells are designed to be moved, and this category includes auxiliary power units (APU). Stationary power fuel cells are units designed to provide power to a fixed location and transport fuel cells provide either primary propulsion or range-extending capability for vehicles. There are a number of different electrolytes employed in the production of fuel cells and AFC Energy produces alkaline fuel cells that bypass the need for precious metal catalysts to be used in manufacture. An added advantage of AFC’s proprietary technology is that water is the main constituent by-product of the process and this in itself is a selling point in markets like the arid Middle East. PL9A0133-1 Biography Adam Bond, Chief executive Adam Bond took over as chief executive of AFC Energy in December 2014, having joined the board as a non-executive director in 2013. With over 15 years’ experience operating within the international energy sector Bond has held posts both in executive management positions for listed energy companies, and in advisory capacities to both governments and the private sector. He is currently a non-executive director of Waste2Tricity where AFC has an equity interest. Prior to joining AFC Energy, Bond held the position of global president – clean energy at Singapore-listed and Australian domiciled Linc Energy (T16:SGX). INVESTMENT CASE AFC Energy (AFC:AIM) 32.5p SUMMARY AFC’s disruptive technology has the potential to displace mainstream gas-fired power stations for utility scale generation; being cleaner, more efficient, modular and therefore more versatile, and ultimately lower-cost. The fundamentals of AFC’s technology also lend it to low-cost design and manufacture. Bull case • Has consistently delivered on a detailed series of technical milestones • Closing in on profitability; should be in the black by the end of 2017 • Disruptive potential dovetails with emerging global energy efficiency trend Bear case • Share price highly newsflow-sensitive • Disruptive competion • Roll-out execution time-frame risk Market value: £95 million Prospective PE Oct 15: n/a Prospective dividend yield: n/a
15/4/2015
18:07
hereford29: AFC Energy Overview The company is engaged in developing alkaline fuel cell systems that use hydrogen to produce clean electricity. Alkaline fuel cells have been around for some time. First developed back in 1839, they were used to power the US manned space missions, but at that time the technology was too expensive to be commercially-viable. The company is completely focused on developing a low cost fuel cell system. Alkaline fuel cells are among the most efficient with electrical efficiency at over 60% and achieve lower costs through an operating temperature of just 70 degrees centigrade. The lower the temperature, the lower the cost of the materials needed to create a working and reliable electrode and system, so the fuel cell system is being developed utilising low cost injected moulded plastic and rubber sealants. 1 Day Chart 1 Day Chart 6 Month Chart 6 Month Chart More AFC Energy charts AFC Energy Fundamentals Columns: Revenue (£m) Pre-tax (£m) EPS P/E PEG EPS Grth. Div Yield Year Ending Revenue (£m) Pre-tax (£m) EPS P/E PEG EPS Grth. Div Yield 31-Oct-10 0.18 (3.02) (1.87)p n/a n/a n/a n/a 0.0% 31-Oct-11 0.04 (4.35) (2.26)p n/a n/a n/a n/a 0.0% 31-Oct-12 0.36 (4.16) (2.05)p n/a n/a n/a n/a 0.0% 31-Oct-13 0.76 (4.50) (1.88)p n/a n/a n/a n/a 0.0% 31-Oct-14 0.78 (5.86) (2.42)p n/a n/a n/a n/a 0.0% a. Based on UK GAAP presentation of accounts - includes discontinued activities AFC Energy ShareCast News AFC Energy jumps on Bangkok Industial agreement 14-Apr-2015 ShareCast AFC Energy jumps on German plant approval 26-Mar-2015 ShareCast AFC Energy signs preliminary to develop South Ko... 10-Mar-2015 ShareCast More AFC Energy ShareCast newsNote 1: Prices and trades are provided by Digital Look Corporate Solutions and are delayed by at least 15 minutes. Note 2: Above ratios are on a 'per annum' basis, adjusted for corporate actions and based on the fundamentals of the primary listed security. Note 3: Under IFRS, all figures are based on 'Continuing' operations unless otherwise stated. Note 4: In the case of dual listed securities, broker recommendations and forecasts relate to the primary listing. Note 5: Forecast figures based on normalised accounts. AFC Energy Market Data Currency UK Pounds Price 40.50p Change Today -4.25p 52 Week High 44.75p 52 Week Low 7.95p Volume 5,814,492 Shares Issued 288.70m Market Cap £116.92m Beta 0.37 AFC Energy Dividends No dividends found Trades for 15-Apr-2015 Time Volume / Share Price 17:08 30,000 @ 40.50p 15:37 100,000 @ 41.00p 16:35 23,555 @ 40.50p 16:28 50,000 @ 40.26p 16:27 6,000 @ 40.50p AFC Energy Key Personnel CEO Adam Steven Bond
07/4/2015
22:52
robo175: Posted on AFC Energy Shareholders Forum Going back to my original post, based on the figures from CT we can now see that it works out as follows for AFC: Due to AB not taking IW's salary and doing some cost cutting, cash burn is probably £3.6m or £300,000 per month, in which case 39p per share would cover the cash burn, leaving AFC's cash pile intact, more than that and AFC's cash pile would increase. Cash at Bank: £4.5m (1 March 2015) is over 1 years cash. At 39p share price this cash would still be in the bank in a years time when the Lanstead deal ends. At 50p share price the cash in the bank would have increased by probably £1,075,011.24 over 12 months, later this year at a possible £1 share price AFC would see £479,168.55 per month increase in the bank balance, courtesy of Lanstead. Every penny on the share price adds £7,791.68 to AFC's monthly income. The Lanstead deal started on 15 October 2014 and runs for 18 months, which means it finishes on 14 April 2016, so there's still a year to go. Lets say we start a couple of weeks back when the share price was 26p and work forward over the next 12 months, based on possible news driven price increases. (This is an example only, make up your own mind as to where you think the share price will go and when!) Three months at 26p = £607,751 which is over two months worth of cash added to the pot, that pushes any potential fund raising outwards by two months. Three months at 52p would give AFC £1,215,502 or enough cash to last them 4 months, pushing any potential fund raising outwards by 4 months. Three months at 78p would give AFC £1,823,253 or enough cash to last them 6 months, pushing any potential fund raising outwards by 6 months. Three months at 104p would give AFC £2,431,004 or enough cash to last them 8 months, pushing any potential fund raising outwards by 8 months. So in total AFC in this scenario would have accumulated £6,077,510, far more than the £2,486,000 nominal value of the 22m shares placed with Lanstead!! This is 8 + 6 + 4 + 2 months worth of cash, a total of 20 months worth of cash. 8-) 8-) All the bashers talking drivel on the other BB's should wake up and smell the coffee :lol: Meanwhile Lanstead have 23.1m shares and can sell these into demand over the 18 months to pay back AFC, without damaging the share price and whilst making a nice profit in between. If Lanstead sold for example 1.28m shares in a month, that's only 50k-60k per day and unlikely to affect the share price Selling 1.28m at 30p would net them £384,000 plus the £103,888.88 from the deposit is £487,888.88, then they pay AFC £233,750.56 leaves them in profit for the month to the tune of £254,138.32!! If the price went to 50p Lanstead would make £354,304.61 for the month. If the price went to £1 Lanstead would make £524,720.33 for the month. Now we can see why this deal can be so beneficial to AFC AND Lanstead.
19/3/2015
15:35
beeezzz: NB... Lets give a little credit where credit is due....at least Mr Bond is not costing the company £300K p.a. It not about pump and dump its about investing and day traders arguing the toss about individual preferences regarding the validity of company RNS. On AIM very few individuals invests any more they just play the market as they see it, when I said I was considering purchasing more share these would be for trading that seems the only way to make money these days. I took a look at the Lanstead agreement again to check how much AFC will get over and above the agreed 13.33p share price threshold, whether that is the whole month or day to day has not been made clear, not sure who wins, financial instruments are usually heavily weighted in favour of the money men. At present AFC will be receiving a greater than 100% ======================= ""The Equity Swap Agreements will provide that the Company's economic interest will be determined and payable in 18 monthly settlement tranches as measured against a benchmark price of 13.33p per share (the "Benchmark Price"). If the measured share price exceeds the Benchmark Price, for that month, the Company will receive more than 100 per cent. of the monthly settlement due on a pro rata basis. There is no upper limit placed on the additional proceeds receivable by the Company as part of the monthly settlements. Should the measured share price be below the Benchmark Price, the Company will receive less than 100 per cent of the expected monthly settlement on a pro rata basis. Of the aggregate proceeds of GBP2.2 million (before expenses) from the issue of the Lanstead Subscription Shares, the Company will use approximately GBP330,000 (15 per cent.) for investment in its continuing operations and GBP1.87 million (85 per cent.) for investment in the Equity Swap Agreements as described above. In no event would a decline in the Company's share price result in any increase in the number of Ordinary Shares received by Lanstead or any other advantage accruing to Lanstead."" ========================================
12/3/2015
15:31
new tech: First buy tip following the news: Should You Sell Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Buy AFC Energy PLC? By Peter Stephens 12/3/2015 Shares in hydrogen fuel cell developer AFC Energy (LSE: AFC) have surged by 82% this week after the company released two pieces of significant news flow. The first is that AFC has signed an agreement with two South Korean companies to deploy an initial 50MW of generation capacity at Daesan in South Korea. The joint venture is expected to deliver sales of over $1bn during the next ten years, with AFC set to hold a 40% stake in the joint venture alongside Samyoung Corporation and Changshin Chemical Co. With the first of two phases set to be operational by the end of next year, the medium-term outlook for the company has suddenly improved substantially. The second piece of positive news flow is that AFC has made a breakthrough with its new alkaline fuel cell system. It has designed a 101-cell stack cartridge, which has improved the performance of its fuel cells that are being used by Air Products in Germany. In fact, the successful operation of AFC's first manufactured 101 fuel cell stack affirms delivery of the fourth key milestone in the 2015 Power-Up programme and puts the company in an even stronger position regarding its commercialisation strategy. A New Era? Clearly, news flow for AFC has been positive of late. However, its shares are still down 55% in the last year and, while hydrogen fuel cells could prove to be part of a long-term future where less reliance is placed upon fossil fuels, oil stocks such as Shell (LSE: RDSB) (NYSE: RDS-B.US) still have considerable merits, too. For example, Shell offers a stability that a small company such as AFC simply cannot match and, while its news flow is unlikely to cause a shift in its share price of 82% in just four days, its rationalisation plan to sell off non-core assets could lead to improving investor sentiment over the medium to long term. And, with Shell having a forward price to earnings (P/E) ratio of just 11.6 and a yield of 5.9%, it seems to offer excellent value for money and top notch income prospects at the present time. Looking Ahead With AFC being a loss-making entity, it is likely to require further capital raisings over the medium to long term. As such, it will probably be reliant upon further positive news flow and technological breakthroughs so as to push its share price higher. However, with this week's deal set to generate a significant amount of revenue, its long term future appears to be relatively bright. Furthermore, with energy consumption becoming more focused on greener sources, it could be part of a fast-growing niche. As such, while risky, it could be worth buying at the present time. However, that's not to say that you should sell Shell in favour of AFC. Fossil fuels may be seeing demand wane, but Shell remains a highly profitable business that offers stability, a great income, and excellent value for money at the present time. Therefore, a mix of Shell and AFC could prove to be the winning combination in the long run. Of course, finding stocks such as Shell and AFC that are worth adding to your portfolio is a tough task, which is why the analysts at The Motley Fool have written a free and without obligation guide called 10 Steps To Making A Million In The Market.
12/3/2015
11:46
broshm: Anyone know how the Lanstead deal works regarding AFC share price for calculation when ? Does the share price have to be above 13p for a specified time or on a date ?
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