|Manufacturing their own stuff was the big strategic error imv. Doing that in one of the most expensive parts of the uk is just unbelievable.|
|Gobsmacked these are still at 10p to sell.....They'll land at 8.75 to buy at some point next week they always do......;-(|
|What do people think the share price will settle at following this latest Fund Raise and issue of Shares next week ?|
|The shareholder circular is on the website.
|Proactive Investors is here: http://tinyurl.com/hnhsga|
|More partners to come for Ceres Power as reputation grows – CEO
11:45 29 Sep 2016
|General Meeting of the Company, which is expected to be convened by the publication of a Shareholder circular to be published not later than the 29 September 2016.
Look forward to that tomorrow.
Hope it gives some really good information and not just full of platitudes.|
|mrphil is de ramping all over the place|
|Quite agree. Fundraise should come as no surprise to anyone. Hoping to pick up a few more at about the 8.75 level, although that looks a bit unlikely at the moment.....|
|Inevitable but I too expect the share price to hold firm about the 8.75p mark or better. The IIs must see/know that the next 12 months should see good traction in terms of finalising development of Products with different Partners for exploitation of the various Markets.
If the share price drops down to about 8.75p in the near future I'm going to get some more... in for a Penny, in for quite a few £s|
|We have known about the need for this equity raise for over a year.
Top bad no open offer for existing holders especially as they had all the time in the world and somehow I do not see the price falling below the equity raise price|
|How many times is this now I've simply lost count..........|
|Good news on balance though, I reckon. A bit of a disappointment since it looked set to rise, but the money is needed. The rise could very well restart.|
|seen this before with another of my disaster shares Torotrak. Funding after funding after funding with promises of production and putting the company in a good position to negotiate etc etc etc
Coblers to them all|
|Could be this Friday for the 7th October ?|
|notice of results should have been given by now if first week of October is release date like last year.
|We're surely due some very belated Year-End Results sometime very soon and maybe whatever is going on in the background regarding Fund raising, Partnerships and 'who-knows-what?' will have to come to light aligned with that Report ?|
|CE's Statement Feb 2016
"Looking forward, our V4 release to customers is on track for mid-2016 and serves two primary purposes: preparing the technology for scale-up, as well as improving performance and reducing cost further."
Why no news it is now Sept?|
|FC companies have never made a profit, non of them so far...they live on grants and subsidies. When will they actually take off, these caught my attention after receiving another EU funding.. Are there any other trials going on in EU? or are CWR first to market in home generation FC...
Many have come and gone CFU, acta,|
|I would be surprised if they get the talented person they are advertising for at £40-47k/pa!!!
I realise that they are very short of cash. At the end of last year they had not more than eighteen months of cash burn - unless they have earned some hefty undisclosed licence fees in between.
Actually, I think that the competitive position of the Ceres steel cell is extremely strong, and might well be best-0f-breed. Since the japanese have I think installed more fuel cells than anyone else, the emergence of a Honda car, together with the Nissan joint venture and Korean KD Navien boiler suggest a bright future for CWR.|
|FUEL Cell Test Manager
re&m - Home Counties
£40,000 - £47,000 a year
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A world-leading innovator in Fuel Cell technology seeks an experienced and high achieving Test Manager. Working on various aspects of Fuel Cell Modules within Combined Heat & Power systems inclusive of Short Stack Fuel Cells, you will be responsible for managing the company’s Test Operations from designing the technology behind the test systems to aid volume product development, through to managing a team of Test engineers and commissioning of sub systems. Looking at issues such as hydrogen extraction, flue gas exhaust, heat transfer / dumping, cell efficiency and cell change you will be experienced in the design, build and commissioning of complex mechanical systems comprising high temperature operation, pressurised sub-systems, gas & liquid flow control, electronic controls, power electronics, test stands, gas sensors, pressure sensors and associated test meters/instrumentation; including developing automation control of such systems. You will ensure high competence in test data management and analysis ideally experienced with STARS data capture software in automated test systems. Working in conjunction with multi-functional specialists such as Mechanical Engineers, Chemical Engineers and Systems Engineers you will oversee corrective action reporting and ensure resolution. Advantageous would be experience with CCAR process. As a Team Manager you will be responsible for a highly technical medium sized team and have experience of managing small to medium size teams in a high technology environment. This will include being a good organiser of people, a strong motivator, and undertaking team members performance assessment and development. Ensuring your team’s health and safety needs are met is also important so good knowledge of HAZOPs and Risk Assessment techniques are essential. BSc+ in Mechanical Engineering, though of equal value could be BSc+ in Chemical Engineering or Electrical Engineering ideally experienced in Test Engineering of Fuel Cell technology such as Solid Oxide Fuel Cells ( SOFC ) and Short Stack Fuel Cells. Preferred experience includes having worked in a structured product development/manufacturing environment where methodology such as Lean Manufacturing, 6 Sigma, FMEA or TQM are utilized, though ideal would be use of 5S methodology using Scrum / Sprint organizational techniques. Also of interest will be candidates with experience in systems involving gas temperature and pressure control or gas / liquid flow control such as the microCHP (i.e. Micro Combined Heat and Power), Automotive, Aerospace and Hydraulics industries. SKILLS: Fuel Cell, Test Manager, Combined Heat & Power, Short Fuel Cell Stacks, Test Engineers, Hydrogen Extraction, Flue Gas Exhaust, Heat Transfer, Heat Dumping, Fuel Cell Efficiency, Commissioning, Mechanical Systems, High Temperature, Pressurised sub-systems, Gas Flow Control, Liquid Flow Control, Electronic Controls, Power Electronics, Gas Sensors, Pressure Sensors, Automation Control, STARS, Data Capture Software, Mechanical Engineers, Chemical Engineers, Corrective Action Reporting, CCAR process, Team Manager, Good Organiser, HAZOP, Risk Assessment, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Test Engineering, Solid Oxide Fuel Cells, SOFC, Lean Manufacturing, 6 Sigma, FMEA, TQM, 5S, Scrum / Sprint, microCHP, Micro Combined Heat and Power, Automotive, Aerospace, Hydraulics. REF: RR / 66340|
|I really, really hope so
The joint development agreement announced in January certainly makes it a possibility
"Ceres Power Holdings PLC (AIM:CWR), is pleased to announce that it has signed a new Joint Development Agreement with Honda R & D Co Ltd (“Honda”) to jointly develop Solid Oxide Fuel Cell stacks using Ceres Power’s unique metal supported Steel Cell technology for a range of potential power equipment applications."|
|Taken from the ITM board.
The Ride: A spin the Honda's new fuel cell-powered sedan
by Take Two September 16, 01:51 AM
The 2017 Honda Clarity is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell and has a range of over 300 miles. AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO., INC.
An electric car that has a 300 mile range, and never needs to be charged?
Later this year, Honda will begin selling its new generation Clarity. It's a roomy, well-appointed four-door sedan with a difference. Its electric motor is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell.
Our motor critic and host of The Ride, Sue Carpenter, took a spin in a pre-production model, and found it to be appealing in both looks and performance. Honda says the Clarity will sell for less than $60,000 and lease for about $500 a month, which sets it up squarely against Toyota's fuel cell car, the Mirai. Both cars have an advantage over battery powered electrics. Rather than waiting for the batteries to charge, fuel cell vehicles are filled with hydrogen in an operation that's familiar and takes about the same amount of time as a gas fill-up does.
Is this the CWR steel cell that Honda is using?|
|There was a previous trial with British Gas some years ago but this ran into degradation difficulties that have since been resolved.
This sounds really positive.|