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|When is the good ship lolly pop docking in good old Blighty..
As an AFC investor I interested if anybody here thinks they may get together to provide a turnkey solution energy from rubbish, rather than large installation, ones that fit each town, elevating transmission loses over 100 miles.|
|Topped up again just now as the spread had dropped. News will be upon us very soon.|
|Great rns. Disruptive tech.|
|Off on hols shortly, will be interesting to see where we are when I check back in after Easter but certainly going to keep in touch this week.|
|Ship arrives next week so should be some interesting trading. GLA.|
|It's a lively one, both ways.|
|Folks seem to be missing the rise here today + 29%, as I type.
|This is either short closing or an announcement is imminent. This might be timed with the arrival of the demo unit next week?|
|Is someone on the west coast watching the shipping lanes?|
|Wrong side of the country, you're thinking of Whitby.|
|I hear When it arrives Dracula will be on it. Energy from blood|
|week away mate|
|The last info I saw was that the unit should dock on 16/3. We should get confirmation hopefully.|
|The"hot " stoch eqt has just announced another placing. It's hard to make progress in the sector without fundraising . Hoping that phe will look at other options for bespoke projects|
|Quite so. This one and Nano One (TSX: NNO), which can tailor alternative solutions to lithium in LIBs|
|That makes this my hedge against the bottom falling out of the lithium market then!|
|AFC Energy" or the "Company")Delivery of First Commercial Order for Small Scale Fuel Cell System from PowerHouse EnergyAFC Energy (AIM: AFC), the industrial fuel cell power company, wishes to announce it has received confirmation from PowerHouse Energy plc ("PowerHouse") of the Company's first commercial sale of a small-scale alkaline hydrogen fuel cell system. In accordance with the order from PowerHouse, AFC Energy will deliver the system once all parties are satisfied and it is confirmed that the PowerHouse G3-UHt Ultra-high temperature waste gasification system has been successfully recommissioned and is generating a hydrogen stream specification appropriate for the operation of the AFC Energy proprietary fuel cell system.|
|See Afc news|
|No TR1, I certainly hope that he took a little off the table when this was well over 1p but he may be waiting to see how this month plays out. Our ship is about to come in, in a literal sense at least. Is it about to come in metaphorically as well?|
|Has Warwick done a runner with the lolly?.|
|1savvyinvestorI think the point is that while they are hot, they are not ultra-hot...|
|26/01/17 "Powerhouse Energy Group plc (AIM: PHE), the company focused on ultra-high temperature gasification waste to energy systems, is pleased to announce that its G3-UHt Ultra-high temperature Demonstration gasification system has left the harbour in Brisbane, Australia and is bound for the UK. The transit time is estimated to be 50 days."So we are looking for news of our ship coming in on or shortly after Friday 17th March...|
|Great that everyone is talking about this industry.EBIOSS are and EQT are hot at the moment because they are more advanced. There is still an element of "Heath Robinson" about the PHE unit but it is definitely possible that with successful piloting this could be a really exciting prospect.|
|And I believe the PHE system doesn't have a chimney, no air pollution.|
|Both EBIOSS and VLS are bigger and seem more advanced: do they have the same product?
PHE are claiming ultra-high temperature, clean output, small (distributed - "almost mobile")scale. It seems the PHE vision is that you not only avoid landfill, you also avoid some transport (both of waste to the facility, and energy afterwards to where it's going to be used.) And PHE may also have a better process.
Does anyone actually know the answers to these questions?|