Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ceres Power Holdings LSE:CWR London Ordinary Share GB00B0351429 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.12p -1.54% 7.65p 7.50p 7.87p 7.88p 7.65p 7.88p 398,634.00 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.3 -11.6 -1.3 - 77.12

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/1/2017
07:23
Trade of 6.5 million - it wasn't me. Suggested something in the air?
folderboy
23/12/2016
12:13
Merry Xmas and may our New Year power ahead like no other ;-)
pottermagic2310
21/12/2016
18:35
OCEANWOOD CAPITAL MANAGEMENT have increased their holding by >50% (or +27million) Looks like a +ve move to me Merry Xmas
pottermagic2310
21/12/2016
15:36
Gnnmartin One of the strengths of CWR is it's very committed share holder base. This was seen on the AGM where the voter turnout was 78pc very high for a company like CWR
cerrito
21/12/2016
12:15
gnmartin see message 5598 and listen to the recording by MD. Cash resources vg after the £20 million raising and he says sufficient with improving income..
smokey 1o3
21/12/2016
11:51
The trouble is that they will obviously need more money before they become cash flow neutral, and this makes share price movements self fulfilling.
gnnmartin
21/12/2016
10:55
The share price contradicts all the facts and is becoming an increasingly attractive invitation to accumulate. The CWR steel fuel cell is already a world beater as to electrical efficiency,power density(?) durability, cheapness of manufacture, and is endorsed by partnership with four(and a fifth, anonymous, probably as impressive) world giants. At least six month's patience is required, before they reach the edge of commercialisation and prepare to launch the first application.. Thereafter, why should this share not ultimately x10 or even x20 bag?
scrutable
20/12/2016
23:42
33m shares traded today-includind one 7m share trade at 7p. V high for CWR and gives me impression of someone who wants/ needs to sell by year end
cerrito
20/12/2016
16:10
pottermagic Have a good Christmas & New Year
smokey 1o3
20/12/2016
15:48
Do you have Share Certificates that were typed out on Parchment using a Typewriter, like me ? LOLs
pottermagic2310
20/12/2016
12:48
pottermagic Yes I have been here since the beginning! LOL
smokey 1o3
20/12/2016
12:33
... I think you mean "even longer view", for some of us who've been here "forever"... LOLs ;-)
pottermagic2310
20/12/2016
11:29
Angus They have 4 excellent commercial prospects with really top notch names 3 of which have Uk, Us or Eu financial backing so all is not doom and gloom. If you are waiting for them to create hype then you will be disappointed as that is not the Management style. If you cannot wait 18 - 24 months sell and maybe that's what is happening to the share price right now. Meantime good luck to all that take the longer view and compliments of the season.
smokey 1o3
20/12/2016
08:27
Problem is the market expected the company to be further ahead in commercial prospects. Still just an R and D company.
angus17
20/12/2016
00:49
Fourth partnership 'a really positive agreement for us' says Ceres chief Phil Caldwell 13:34 19 Dec 2016 www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/6627/fourth-partnership-a-really-positive-agreement-for-us-says-ceres-chief-phil-caldwell-6627.html
kwizza
19/12/2016
23:43
Really appreciated Scrutable and Smokey for those observations and like you Scrutable I get more confidence from CWR management than I do from ITM's
cerrito
19/12/2016
17:48
smokey How interesting I thought you were going to post that it was all tosh! I talked to the new PR manager Dan Caesar. I am confident that he would be interested to try to help with any points not under wraps. James Falla (COO)was the man who spoke proudly of his new boiler. An impressive man of action I thought. It's so sad that ITM for instance has world leading technology, and good strategies like exhibiting at the Hanover Messe, but do not have the energy or drive to win orders abroad which reflect their capability. From my experience of exhibiting British machinery winners at Hanover, ITM must have had more than 50 good leads from the show but have not closed a single order following and there are now dozens of hydrogen filling stations all over Scandinavia and the USA, which do not come from them.. The Ceres team in contrast seem knitted together like a rugby team and exude powerful drive. We have to be very patient but Nissan's target for a range extender launch in the year 2020 seems pretty hopeful and on a large scale. The Annual report makes a good read with info not repeated at the meeting or in RNS. Global revenue from stationary fuel cells is predicted at $40 billion. The test deliveries from BG are ahead of the transport application in timing of launch. I believe that the steel cell and the strategy of winning collaboration with five global OEM peers like Cummings and Hondas is a winner. The shares are very cheap for what they portend, but could well disappoint traders wanting a quick buck.
scrutable
19/12/2016
16:38
Scrutable Thank you for your report. I was there and what you have said is wholly accurate. All I would add is that the BG Unit saving of 30% was before any benefit from a Feed In Tariff. Very impressive. I picked up on the fact a PR executive had been taken on but shareholders should not expect any speculative announcements as that is not the Managements style. I was impressed with the Directors, Management and general feel of the set-up. Also very good mince pies!
smokey 1o3
19/12/2016
15:37
cerrito the agm was sufficiently well attended. There were around 15-20 PIs with time to talk to most of the directors and senior engineers. No hype - only justified pride in achievement The usual works tour with much of the stuff at arm's length, seen through glass walls protecting clean rooms. The production line making small quantities for testing Not much to learn except to pick up confidence in the management that they are continuously improving the product and process, scaling up the power range to 15KW stacks. It looks unlikely that anything will be commercialised yet. Some surprise that KD Navien with their huge boiler production, and now entering the UK market is content with existing CHP technology and shows no sign of progressing the fuel cell approach. Many of the directors have taken delivery of, and are testing the first batch of boilers distributed by BG. One observed that he was closely monitoring performance and after a week's use already showed 30% fuel cost savings. Early days. Nevertheless when I got home I thought the day well spent and the share price far too low for having produced the best medium strength fuel cell product in the world and felt the risk and 18 months wait ahead well worth taking. Doubled my small investment in a portfolio of ten. Today's RNS significantly raises the potential one can see for the company. Impossible to predict the outcome of the next three years, but it is reasonable to expect out global performance by 2019. The management inspires greater confidence than the several others in the UK fuel cell business: AFC,ITM,IEH,IKA, some of whom have developed great IP, but have little idea of marketing internationally and cannot do justice to their technological achievement.
scrutable
19/12/2016
11:26
http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/ceres-power-holdings520630/full for a comment on today's RNS
cerrito
19/12/2016
08:46
Market as bored as this thread. I see last Thursday was busier than normal with 2.8m shares traded. Good announcement this morning
cerrito
18/12/2016
22:30
pre-Xmas predictions for Business Plan/operational achievements & share price by end of June'17?
pottermagic2310
18/12/2016
14:28
I need to focus on CWR before I comment on your question, Scrutable...Also to see if I should top up at these prices. In the meantime did anyone make it to the AGM? I was tied up and I imagine that with the railway situation there were fewer people
cerrito
18/12/2016
14:28
I need to focus on CWR before I comment on your question, Scrutable...Also to see if I should top up at these prices. In the meantime did anyone make it to the AGM? I was tied up and I imagine that with the railway situation there were fewer people
cerrito
18/12/2016
13:36
We have to write off the years of waiting and steady progress and consider the point reached in the glass, we hold, 'half full'. Ceres,with its unique printed ceramic SOFC steel cell seems to have matured a version of the leading fuel cell design for mass production of G2P at a level of electrical efficiency (55%) (in CHP applications - 92%) not reached outside the laboratory and at a cost possibly lower than anywhere else in the world. Admittedly they have not yet succeeded at high enough power ratings to cover all fuel cell opportunities but they still have time on their side, and have tested successfully at 15KW with a current target of 30KW, well in sight. Were they able to reach 100-200KW they would compete for attention in the nascent EV car industry, and I expect this to happen. http://www.cerespower.com/admin/resources/sofc-xiv-ceres-progress-towards-a-commercially-viable-sofc-final.pdf Am I correct in this assessment?
scrutable
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