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19/12/2019
17:26
A bitter investor or trader from years past.
robo175
19/12/2019
17:12
Do you sleep with Jak
mr sossidge
19/12/2019
15:39
Berwicklow Is your view that pollution also applies as much to fuel cells as to petrol diesel and even electricity generated by the latter? I grant you that nuclear power station electricity, would seem pollution free at first. But what about the cost of building or should I say trying to build the same and the cost of cleaning up upon a nuclear power station coming to the end of its useful life?
maytrees
19/12/2019
13:56
Further to this The whole economic case for EV's is dubious Comparisons are made on the basis of the cost of petrol/diesel and the cost of electricity. However the price of petrol/diesel is c. 50% tax which is then returned to you as Govt expenditure. So the true cost of the fuel is c. 50% of the pump price. There is then little or no advantage in running costs with an EV. You might think that the 50% tax loss is not your problem. If the Govt loses the tax on fuel they will have to replace it with a tax on something else ( probably a tax on electricity )
berwicklaw
19/12/2019
13:42
The economic base for EV's is that Electricity is cheaper to use than petrol or diesel. And so it is if you charge at home. And so it is, but only just, if you charge on the motorway. EV charging stations typically cost the customer 2 to three times the domestic rate for electricity. AFC chargers produce electricity at c. 3x the domestic cost. Assuming similar overheads and profit margins for the operators it is unlikely therefore that electricity will be sold from AFC chargers at less than 4-5 times the domestic cost, So BANG goes the economic advantage of an EV . You end up with a situation that AFC charged vehicles are more expensive to run than ICE vehicles and that's before you consider increased capital costs and battery replacement. The whole AFC EV case is a chimera unsupported by any realistic figures. There will be very few orders. Caveat emptor
berwicklaw
18/12/2019
22:19
Companies like Foxton's will not be comparing prices of running petrol/Diesel cars against EV's and not the difference in charging costs between different methods of electric generation... Foxton's mileage will be less than 50 miles per day, needing two charges a week, which will be a big saving on their ICE fleet.. hTtps://www.coventrytelegraph.net/news/coventry-news/running-costs-electric-cars-petrol-17088980
beeezzz
18/12/2019
16:31
Bearing in mind that AFC can utilise 99.9% hydrogen in their Alkaline and PEM fuel cells which is approx 80% cheaper than 99.999% hydrogen required by virtually all other fuel cells...
mr sossidge
18/12/2019
15:06
S&P Global Platts Launches World's first Hydrogen Price Assessments.
skinny
18/12/2019
09:53
Lots of hydrogen and fuel cell developments in the news lately. AFC seems to be riding a wave!!
dolores123
18/12/2019
08:07
Come on denora...
badger010776
17/12/2019
22:04
Maybe clients have been given guidance as to when the commercial EV charger will be available for orders to be placed..... Late trade from when 200k @4.25p
beeezzz
17/12/2019
12:20
Foxtons says it will switch its fleet of 850 cars to electric vehicles (EVs) by 2030, but wants EV infrastructure to be better to help fleets make the switch sooner.The London estate agent has also become a member of EV100, a global initiative from The Climate Group that brings together forward-looking companies, including AstraZeneca and IKEA, committed to accelerating the transition to EVs."However, there is a pressing need for a stronger EV infrastructure across London and the UK. Without increased charging points, greater access to ultra-fast charging and more off-road parking, businesses like ours, which often require frequent and rapid vehicle charging, will find the transition extremely challenging."We support the Mayor of London's vision for an expansion of London's EV-charging network but ask that this roll-out is accelerated so more businesses can make the switch sooner."hTTps://www.fleetnews.co.uk/news/fleet-industry-news/2019/12/17/foxtons-commits-to-ev-fleet-switch-by-2030
haggismchaggis
17/12/2019
10:35
And more delays to a market ready product.Let's hope they hurry up with the Caterpillar announcement.
mr sossidge
17/12/2019
09:17
Negative spin and misinformation did for 2019. Bring on 2020.
holism
17/12/2019
08:38
You can be sure Jak and his cohorts are right now trawling the Internet to find any kind of information to try and knock the SP, but the trouble is he keeps coming back with all that historic info, move on Jak.
robo175
17/12/2019
08:22
Very true! Several of Rolec's clients have been asking Rolec for a system like this for over a year. Many of those at the client presentation knew about the AFC EV Charger from when it was announced in January, and will have been in the loop since then.hTTps://www.investegate.co.uk/afc-energy-plc--afc-/rns/world-first-hydrogen-electric-vehicle-charger/201901170700033118N/
haggismchaggis
16/12/2019
22:45
Jak off is so yesterday, because that's all he goes on about, he can't come up with anything other than the past, what's not to like about the direction AFC are heading, with so many potential customers at the open day why were they there, they obviously saw something that would benefit them, I think it's just a matter of time before we see the first orders, they have known about these products for sometime so the open day was that moment where AFC say here it is we're ready to sell them.
robo175
16/12/2019
21:05
A must see. If you've seen it before, I'd suggest you watch it again to remind yourself of the huge upside here!hTTps://youtu.be/iQGG0PV65FQ
haggismchaggis
16/12/2019
20:01
Didn't the company place some shares at 20p or so just the other day? Presumably Jak-off is better informed than those investors.
koolio
16/12/2019
19:57
Two days in a row PHE 50m traded. It wouldn't surprise me if his family sold some here to buy up loads over there. A few million shares sold here between 26p and 15p buys them an awful lot of shares over there.
haggismchaggis
16/12/2019
19:42
Seeing the 35% rise I decided to take a took a look at the PHE board.Low and behold Jaknife is there spouting his usual "the end is nigh" diatribe.I'm starting to wonder if Jak is the jilted lover of Howard White?
mr sossidge
16/12/2019
11:43
The January sales?
volsung
16/12/2019
11:41
I'm just waiting for the sales to roll in!
dolores123
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