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|Do you mean the ones we do not get? Not a whole lot done since Hanover , in fact we went back on earlier strike rate|
|Plenty of contract news coming our way this quarter imo.|
|I am pretty surprised that the price is holding and seems to have support.
It is a bit disapointing to see little in terms of Power To Gas news from germany although the ITM kit will be c.20% cheaper after the fall.
Next month should see something from hydrogen stations in the US.
Dont understand why they have not tried to do a joint product with JCB though.
I would hope that the next few months or year will see some more UK stations as they need time to make and install before the 2020 deadline that we have been previously rold about (i.e. 65 UK stations).
Any bus stations would also be good.|
|The share price is firmly in a buying cycle right now...and that should last quite a while as the market anticipates more contract news in the current quarter imo.
Check out the three month MACD CHART.|
|ITM will benefit from the growing global popularity of H2, most especially when busses and trucks become wide spread; they are bulk users of the fuel and that will act as a catalyst to propel the market creating business opportunities for British based H2 firms.
A large part of ITM's business is actually overseas and that trend is likely to increase through automotive company's marketing their commitment to H2 through large scale manufacturing.|
|I would have a lot more confidence in this "rally" if the spread wasn't 9%|
I don't get your implications. How does ITM profit from the success of Toyota in selling the fuel cells it uses for its buses (If it has produced any fuel cells itself, commercially)? Or where is the profit to ITM of fuel cells supplied by FuellCellsWorks of Montreal to Toyota?.
We seem to be losing out with this potential client.
Do you simply imply that ITM will benefit from the distribution of hydrogen anyway? But they have no monopoly of that either and though getting the lion's share in the UK are lagging in competitive market share build up in California and Scandinavia, and probably throughout the Far East|
|ibug - one I think you missed: https://www.theengineer.co.uk/hydrogen-powered-toyota-wins-monte-carlo-e-rally/|
|PLENTY OF H2 GOVERNMENT SPONSERED PROJECTS COMING OUR WAY imo.
HyFIVE has attempted to broker the stalemate on hydrogen transport by setting up agreements between car manufacturers – BMW, Daimler, Honda, Hyundai and Toyota – and refuelling station providers – Air Products, Danish Hydrogen Fuel, ITM Power, Linde and OMV.
The project, which was launched in 2014, was co-funded by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, a public-private partnership between the European Commission, industry and research. The EU contributed EUR 18 million, while project partners put in EUR 20 million.
One of the main challenges was finding places to site the refuelling stations, particularly in the UK capital. ‘London doesn’t have a lot of land we can build on,’ said Oladini, ‘and where we do, it’s very complicated and political as to who can build on it.’
By the time the project completes next year, HyFIVE expects to have arranged the building of six refuelling stations and the deployment of 185 fuel cell cars in strategic European cities – London, Copenhagen in Denmark, Stuttgart and Munich in Germany, Innsbruck in Austria and Bolzano. That is a good start for hydrogen transport – but another project, Hydrogen Mobility Europe (H2ME), wants to go a lot further.
Coming in two phases, and with a total cost of over EUR 160 million, H2ME intends to deploy 49 refuelling stations and 1 550 fuel-cell cars, vans and trucks. The two H2ME projects - H2ME and H2ME2 - share many of the same partners of HyFIVE, including the low-carbon engineering consultancy Element Energy, based in Cambridge, UK, which coordinates H2ME.|
|Norbus --- I am flattered...perhaps a recommendation is required...lol...but thanks for the attribution...what I do is fill knowledge gaps...and that helps investors.|
|50p is nearer the mark once they add to the order book ; ibug doing for free white the PR paid function and Charles Purkess failed to do; Purkess is a buddy, don't you know!|
|25pish is a very low entry price for investors now that the share price has stabilised...ahead of new business news.|
|"Zero Emissions. Zero Compromise." - New Campaign Highlights Excitement and Benefits of Fuel Cell Vehicles
FuelCellsWorks, October 19, 2016
WASHINGTON -- Hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles (FCVs), the next generation of electric cars, are already making their mark with California drivers, and the Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) wants to expand the experience to the northeastern states.
FCHEA is launching "Zero Emissions. Zero Compromise." to emphasize the driving excitement of emissions-free FCVs and the important...
|There is a real need for Britain to do H2 gas to power projects to meet the EU backed 2020 pollution target of a 15% reduction in CO2 emissions. Therefore an expanding Hydrogen market to H2 enabled power generation is inevitable.
And along with that is plenty of business for British based firms like IEH and ITM.|
|The share price is consolidating...its a process imo...lol.|
|I would say no buyers and sellers at 24p resistance is holding this back Ibug. Prices can move without news.|
|Another brick in the wall of yet another customer....the big driver for the share price will be caused by more contract news which is coming our way.|
|Bidding today as on the 14th|
|So what was delivered on the 14th Ibug.|