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|Battery gets all the publicity because it is fashionable, but despite the hype and 'green glamour' I can't see battery getting anywhere near ice production volumes for 20 years or more. It's not only sourcing the rare and poisonous metals to make the batteries, but it is the generating capacity that is lacking. Perhaps if there is a break through in solar charging where a car covered in solar collectors can propel itself without limit, both day and night in the winter. Leccy cars are going to remain the playthings of the wealthy for a long time to come, unless they become as convenient as ice cars, and for the same price.|
|I think the race is between the conservative model as in Oliver's post and the roll out of "big battery" technology. Now my mark in the world is not quite as big as the person who thinks big battery is in the top three of mankind's challenges viz Bill Gates.I think big battery will make oil so last convention sooner than anyone thinks....nevertheless a 3 cylinder V charge might be seen. But Toro is now tactical not strategic.|
|OPEC deal not to oversupply world with oil. Thus oil up.Glut of oil supply, which will be the prime fuel until 2050 Economic transportation will be the driver Thus TRK's days are coming up.|
|They will continue to burn cash, as they are to late into the market for mass production due to personal transport turning to electric cars within a few years.
The current cash balance is likely to dwindle to such an extent that they will more than likely to seek further funding, to ensure they can continue to draw their salaries for some time to come imo.|
|The trouble with Torotrak they have never been honest with their shareholders.So you cannot tell if they are bluffing again prior to another fund raising.|
|If they get a couple of 10m usd license deals that would suffice for a couple of years|
|amt - they're still burning a lot of cash. I'm not sure signing deals will be enough - they need production royalties too, and I can't see them coming in the required timescale.|
|jpjp100 its hardly been disappointing for staff. They have all been very well paid for producing no viable product over the past 20 years.|
|Well st least they have committed to license deals in the next 6 months. They need to sign some deals for cashflow. So we will know if its the same old story very soon. What happened to variable transmission gearbox?|
|Everything that reached a crescendo so far, including good demos, then just faded away
Buses were all the rage, now that is a dead duck, before that lawn tractors, small cars, etc. all dead
The initial technology, Ivt, has pretty much gone for a burton in its intended form too
It must be as frustrating for staff as it is for shareholders. I do hope they land one!|
|NEWS---Lidl are selling spaghetti @20p per pack. Such is the Italian economy! "When will TRK's have it's Dolmino Day?".No smilie!|
|Same old jam tomorrow routine. "I look forward to collecting my salary for the next six months and would be grateful for a miracle", might be a more honest statement.|
|TRK has burnt £6.5m in the year to 30 Sep 16 and has £7.9m left...
Is there any money to come anytime soon from
The first six months of the year have seen an increase in the level of engagement from potential parties interested in the Group's technologies. With a focus on our strategic objective of commercialising and monetising our technologies, the Group's immediate priorities for the next 6 months are:
-- Completing demonstrations of the Ford S-MAX,
-- Licensing V-Charge into the global passenger car market,
-- Licensing KERS into the global off-highway market,
-- Developing commercial interest in the Group's hydraulically-connected ERS product underpinning the commercial uptake in excavators and/or wheel loaders from 2018 onwards,
-- Commencing the production of low cost flywheel assemblies for use in the ERS validation programme.
I look forward to reporting progress on our delivery against these key priorities."
Even with a following wind, I think it is going to be tight.
I wish Adam and the team well.|
|But is there the promise to Zoom?|
|Well. A fully listed company not really "zooming" .|
|.....here's hoping -
- well I have been hoping for some time.
|Good luck all with the ('jam tomorrow') half year results in the morning. Go on Adam, surprise us with some good news...........|
|Kate McCann, Senior Political Correspondent
23 November 2016 • 7:15pm
A new £390million investment boost for low emission and driverless car manufacturers has been announced by the Chancellor amid claims that the Treasury offered Nissan a "sweetener" deal to remain in the UK after Brexit.|
|Looking at the share price chart it would appear we have finally died.
What chance now of anything positive.???
100+ bagger hhmmmmmm
I'd settle for 40p the price 4 years or so ago when DE left. I wish!|
|Should or if Torotraks tech be taken up. Very likely then not. 11p tops as analysts predict! Rubbish! 100+ bagger.Make no mistake DYOR.|
|hxxp://www.rapidtables.com/convert/number/PPM_to_Percent.htm---- UK 10ppm Most third world countries 50ppm and more!|
|More optimistic with my investment here after watching this old clip. From another BB that i missed earlier hxxp://www.enginelabs.com/news/inside-look-variable-speed-supercharging-technology/ Such a neat little add on package.|
|Interim results on 29th November. Will it be yet another 'jam tomorrow' chapter in the long running saga? Or maybe a 'no jam' chapter? Hmmmm. Good luck all.|