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17/1/2020
10:27
jimmynan, The venom of your post is entirely mid-directed. This is an AFC discussion board and most people here are talking about AFC. It's a useless corrupt company that's been listed on AIM for over twelve years now during which time it's repeatedly come back to the market on a regular basis to raise funds in various skanky manners from retail investors. It's then frittered that money away on the lifestyles of its directors whilst feigning efforts to produce a fuel cell which it's repeatedly failed to do. So whilst I applaud your holier than thou-ness on environmental issues I would simply point out that AFC has achieved nothing on environmental issues in its entire 12 years on AIM. And it's not going to achieve anything with it's new alleged product (not yet available commercially) which involves shipping corrosive ammonia around the country to then produce electricity at a price three times of that of the current normal electricity price. On the contrary its regular burning of investor cash has denied that cash going to genuine companies that might actually have had an impact on the environment. JakNife
jaknife
17/1/2020
10:13
Jaknife,Clearly as a corporate tw&t I doubt you have the slightest bit of conscience in you body. Seeing what is going on in places such as Australia, I'm sure, doesn't mean a thing to you and you probably look for ways to exploit and make money from the sickening images we are seeing around the world. Sleep well, I pity you.
jimmynan
17/1/2020
09:59
Nice to see we're up on the back of your short. Shame your ugly mug has to keep showing up here. It's reassuring to see a stable share price after the recent overdue rise. I will be very happy to see you lose an awful lot of money on your short as you are a despicable character who thrives on negativity. Focus on companies that are destroying our planet rather than trying to make money out of companies that may save our planet. If you have children you should be ashamed of the direction of your investing
jimmynan
17/1/2020
09:33
FQR----- what's a few weeks or months to wait when AFC are shaping up to be a £multi billion company. Just sit back, relax, enjoy and keep buying this fantastic growth stock whenever you can.
tewkesbury
17/1/2020
09:31
CWR market cap now £520 million and it is up 5p again today????????? AFC can't even break the £100 million
fqr714bhp
17/1/2020
09:31
Thanks Brucie5, I sold a few this morning (short). AFC is nought but a scam. It has no actual commercial product but has manged to organise a little froth in its share price in order to sucker in mug punter retail investors. It has repeatedly failed to deliver a commercial product since it came to market and started a road show to raise funds just before Xmas ... a placing is coming!
jaknife
17/1/2020
09:26
Oy ~~FQR. its headed North
chinadog3
17/1/2020
09:24
Bought a few this morning. If AFC can't make meaningful sales in this climate emergency, then they never will. Alternatively, it may well be that the wall of money coming into everything Green will take this higher, regardless, and so enable them to fund themselves at higher prices. Which is what happened during the .com boom. The situation we are in now, will, I feel, bring us back to sky high valuations for all companies that offer even the faintest whiff of a solution to our most entrenched climate problems. With ITM being the ARM holdings, AFC could still be the BVC. Not without risk, of course. So NAI.
brucie5
17/1/2020
09:24
Tewkesbury: Yes i know. But we need those VITAL ORDERS, DEALS, CONTRACTS ETC.... We are no good without those. IMHO this is taking far too long.
fqr714bhp
17/1/2020
08:50
CWR market cap now over £520m. That's a marker for where AFC will be heading and more, as AFC can address both static and mobile fuel cell applications, and supply membranes for multiple applications including electrolysis.
tewkesbury
17/1/2020
08:45
The upcoming climate change meeting in Glasgow will mark another shift to accelerate roll out of green carbon free energy technologies including fuel cells.
tewkesbury
17/1/2020
08:10
CWR up 30p yesterday, really??????????????? YET ANOTHER DAY WITH NO NEWS, NO ORDERS, NO DEALS, NO CONTRACTS????????????? We are stuck in limbo.
fqr714bhp
16/1/2020
15:06
AFC already has THE solution!!! The need for urgent investment in Britain's electricity network to cope with the rise in popularity of plug-in vehicles has been highlighted once more in a new report.With pure-electric passenger car registrations rising by 144 per cent in 2019 and due to soar in the coming years, the Electric Vehicle Energy Task Force claims the national grid will crumble under increased demand for power.It warned ministers who commissioned the report that without a 'smart charging' infrastructure in place, there is a real risk of blackouts across the country in the future - similar to those that left 1million Britons without power in August.It warned: 'The infrastructure spending required to prepare the UK electricity networks for the electric vehicle transition is likely to run to tens of billions of pounds.'However, it added: '...the Taskforce believes this cost can be significantly reduced if the right decisions are made and the transition is effectively coordinated between government and key energy, infrastructure and transport industry stakeholders.'A prior study put this figure at between £2.7billion and £6.5billion.'hTTps://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/cars/article-7894719/UK-electricity-network-needs-upgraded-cope-rising-EV-demand.htmlhTTps://www.lowcvp.org.uk/projects/electric-vehicle-energy-taskforce.htm 
haggismchaggis
16/1/2020
11:54
Did you forget to take your lithium recently?!?!
jimmynan
16/1/2020
10:18
lol A running commentary. You must have such a dull life if that's all you have to post about. :-)
tenapen
16/1/2020
10:18
ITM now £1.12 up from 20p in May 2019 AFC down from 60p to 18.50p and 2.1% today again today, " says it all really. " LOL.
fqr714bhp
16/1/2020
10:15
CWR up 19p now. AFC down 2.1% says it all really???
fqr714bhp
16/1/2020
10:09
CWR up 18p now. Mr: Roman Abramovich needs to start putting pressure on this company to deliver the goods.
fqr714bhp
16/1/2020
10:05
CWR up 17p today already. AFC down 2% again. The management of AFC should be removed ASAP, they have delivered ZERO orders and ZERO income. All they have managed to do is receive nice FAT wages and bonuses. Shameful performance.
fqr714bhp
16/1/2020
09:32
The UK Government is the first G20 country to legislate towards meeting a net-zero emissions target by 2050, and the EU is debating following suit. In Japan, there are now more than 300,000 ENE-Farm domestic energy units installed, heated and powered by fuel cells and, at next year's Tokyo Olympics, there will be a fleet of 100 fuel-cell-powered buses to transport spectators. The Korean Government has announced a target of 15GW of stationary fuel cell capacity by 2040, and to put 80,000 hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) on its roads within the next three years. China, with its targets to reduce emissions and to counter considerable issues over air pollution in their cities, also has an active programme for new electric vehicles, including buses. Volkswagen has announced that its final generation of combustion engines will roll off the line in 2026 signalling the end of its internal combustion engine The fuel cell market is projected to reach US$25 billion by 2025. AFC just needs a tiny slice of the market to make it a potential attractive player to any potential bidder
goggin
16/1/2020
08:34
The Hydrogen Council announces Significant membership Growth.
skinny
16/1/2020
08:33
Filter this shorter.
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