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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/1/2020
14:48
Nothing has leaked. It's all positive speculation
2driftwood
17/1/2020
14:47
Brucie5, "FWIW, I have placed a sell order some way to the north of this on my humble holding, which I believe will be comfortably met within the month. I recommend others do the same, if they wish to deprive JAK + mates the supply of shares they crave." Sadly comments such as this merely reveal (a) your ignorance, and (b) your willingness to accept internet myths. You're a (UK-based) retail punter and thus there is no circumstance under which the stock that you've physically bought could be lent out. And FWIW your comments also reveal (c) a stark lack of financial understanding bearing in mind the economics of AFC. You would do better to let someone else look after your money for you and thus save yourself from yourself. JakNife
jaknife
17/1/2020
14:17
Wow something has leaked by the looks of it ???
robo175
17/1/2020
13:31
U r filtered
dolores123
17/1/2020
13:26
https://www.blackrock.com/uk/individual/larry-fink-ceo-letter?siteEntryPassthrough=true&cid=ppc:CEOLetter:Google:responsive:UK:keyword&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI_Kvc7d2K5wIVia3tCh0euAbZEAAYASAAEgLWkvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
rem108
17/1/2020
13:21
JakNife 17 Jan '20 - 09:31 - 10963 of 10981 0 0 1 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! -------------------------------------------------------------------- Not sure if you mean you actually sold some shares you owned, or borrowed some to sell, which you do not. I'm assuming the latter, as it's your MO. FWIW, I have placed a sell order some way to the north of this on my humble holding, which I believe will be comfortably met within the month. I recommend others do the same, if they wish to deprive JAK + mates the supply of shares they crave.
brucie5
17/1/2020
13:15
Glasgow just announced they want to be carbon free in 10 years. Is this an opportunity for AFC's EV chargers??
dolores123
17/1/2020
12:10
Shareholders call on Barclays to end fossil fuel investment in landmark climate crisis resolutionhTTps://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/barclays-bank-shareholder-climate-change-resolution-fossil-fuels-a9275926.html
haggismchaggis
17/1/2020
12:08
Blackrock, Worlds biggest asset manager ($7 trillion under management!!), is now divesting from fossil fuel companies.hTTps://us.cnn.com/2020/01/14/investing/premarket-stocks-trading/index.html Earlier in January, BlackRock joined Climate Action 100+, a group of more than 370 investment managers with a combined $41 trillion in assets. Together the campaign's members are pressuring the world's biggest emitters of greenhouse gases to reduce their environmental impact and disclose more information on how climate change will affect their businesses. The company also listed environment and climate risk among its top priorities for meetings and discussions with the public companies it owns, according to its 2019 investment stewardship report.hTTps://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/blackrock-puts-environmental-sustainability-centre-of-strategy-1.1373467
haggismchaggis
17/1/2020
12:07
Money divested from fossil fuels is going into clean energy stocks like AFC. This keeps the portfolios balanced across Industry sectors. Big divestment is happening. Fossil fuel stocks are doomed, clean energy stocks will boom.The Royal College of Physicians is joining a growing number of UK health organisations that are divesting from fossil fuel companieshTTps://www.businessgreen.com/bg/news/3084890/-public-health-emergency-royal-college-of-physicians-to-divest-from-fossil-fuelsHalf of UK universities have committed to divest from fossil fuel78 out of 154 universities joined campaign in blow to big oil's 'social licence', campaigners sayhTTps://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/jan/13/half-of-uk-universities-have-committed-to-divest-from-fossil-fuel Shareholders of one of Europe's biggest banks are pushing for it to stop investing in fossil fuels, in the first shareholder action of its kind targeting a European bank.Eleven of Barclays institutional investors representing £130 billion in assets have filed a resolution to be voted on at the bank's annual general meeting in May. The resolution, organized by activist group ShareAction, has also been signed by more than 100 of the bank's individual investors. A recent study found that Barclays is one of the largest funders of fossil fuel companies in the world, and the largest in Europe.hTTps://www.ecowatch.com/barclays-fossil-fuels-2644598400.html
haggismchaggis
17/1/2020
11:42
AFC has the solution ? Perhaps you'd like to identify the readily available eco source of hydrogen and ammonia.
al h
17/1/2020
11:33
De Nora recognised the quality of McPhy's electrolysers, so yes, I trust their judgement and expertise.
aja2
17/1/2020
11:14
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
17/1/2020
11:08
I'm not deluding myself. AFC have historically been an R&D company. Such companies don't generate income cash by definition (grants excepting). We are now a company who have launched a commercial product so let's see what happens this year. De Nora clearly see the huge potential who have more credibility than a shorting hidden keyboard warrior. There have been false dawns before which previous employees are responsible for. Never before December has AFC launched a line of products. AFC are now transitioning into a commercially viable company and that is where we will have to disagree. You harp on far to much about historical news, focus on the current and near future. I also don't disagree that cash will be needed but this will be used to continue the commercialisation of the company. Best wishes
jimmynan
17/1/2020
11:03
And look: AFC Energy Plc Official EV charging partner of British Motor Show https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/afc-energy-AFC/share-news/AFC-Energy-Plc-Official-EV-charging-partner-of-Bri/81287592 5 December 2019 AFC Energy PLC AFC Energy Launches H-Power(TM) EV Charger and is Announced Official EV Charging Partner of the British Motor Show 2020 AFC Energy (AIM: AFC), a leading provider of hydrogen power generation technologies, is today pleased to confirm the successful launch of its H-Power(TM) EV Charger System and wishes to announce its blue-ribbon partnership with the British Motor Show 2020 as the event's Official EV Charging Partner. Following an absence of 12 years, the prestigious British Motor Show returns in 2020 to offer a celebration of motoring, past, present and future. With more than 50,000 expected visitors from the UK and overseas, future technology will be a major part in the relaunched event and the Motor Show. The event will showcase several of the latest electric vehicles ("EV") from leading international automotive manufacturers including the Alternative Driving Experience, dedicated to offering test drives in electric vehicles to visitors. The show will also exhibit technologies that support rapid EV deployment into today's market, to which AFC Energy's technology will be a key enabler. To this end, AFC Energy will later today take to the stage at the official product launch of its zero emission, rapid H-Power(TM) EV Charger. The system is the first in a series of three discrete H-Power(TM) EV Charger unit sizes that offer a unique solution to several of today's EV infrastructure challenges. The Company will today demonstrate to an invited gathering of customers and stakeholders, several key advantages of the H-Power(TM) EV Charger, including: -- Recharging with Nett Zero emissions; -- Flexibility in deployment requiring no wired infrastructure; -- Modular and rapid charge ready; -- Removes or delays the need for costly grid augmentation and upgrades; -- Provides a de-risked solution allowing carpark and fleet operators to respond rapidly to growth in EV demand; -- Can be operated completely off grid or in conjunction with grid power; and -- Scalable from 2 to over 100 charge points at a single site with limited increase in footprint. In collaboration with the British Motor Show 2020, AFC Energy's H-Power(TM) EV Charger will offer rapid charging capability to several leading automotive manufacturers showcasing their vehicles at the Show's co-hosted EV Zone and Alternative Driving Experience pavilions. Andy Entwistle, Chief Executive of the British Motor Show, said "the world is seeing a rapid transition towards battery powered vehicles and it's critical that the motoring industry offer up new and innovative solutions to address the key infrastructure challenges associated with EV take up by consumers. We see the AFC Energy EV charger solution as just that. Offering a zero emission, rapid charge, modular solution to the estimated GBP50bn grid upgrade requirements foreseen by EV roll out not only makes sense from a grid perspective, but also forms a key part of the strategy for decarbonisation of today's transportation system. We are very excited to be partnering with a home-grown British tech company as we deliver a world class motoring experience to the UK next year." Adam Bond, Chief Executive Officer of AFC Energy, said "the British Motor Show is one of the world's iconic motoring events with such a rich heritage in leading innovative engineering and design excellence over many decades. It is a privilege to have been recognised in such an illustrious setting as the Motor Show and play a small part in this new leadership role as we advance into a new era of highway electrification. This journey begins with today's launch of our H-Power(TM) EV Charger. With such a global showcase of world leading automotive manufacturers, this is a standout opportunity to highlight the benefits of AFC Energy's zero emission EV charging solutions and the benefit this can bring to the world's transition to an electrified vehicle future".
tewkesbury
17/1/2020
10:57
But after all that development time AFC are now 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
10:54
jimmynan, "AIM is rife with dodgy companies but I would not put AFC in that boat." You are deluding yourself. AFC is just like the rest: * 12 years of failing to deliver * losses every single year * cash burn every year * directors paid handsomely: rewards for failure * promising jam tomorrow for 12 years If you've seen the "kit" then you've seen that it was connected to a tank of pure hydrogen. And you should have heard them tell you that they intend to use ammonia crackers to get the hydrogen. But that that part of the tech hasn't been tested and set up commercially yet. It's wonderful that the current board "thoroughly believe in the technology" and in consequence have convinced you. Let's see where the company is this time next year and if you still feel the same after yet another year of: * failing to deliver * losses * cash burn * directors paid handsomely: rewards for failure * promising jam tomorrow JakNife
jaknife
17/1/2020
10:41
I appreciate my comments were harsh but your obsession with AFC is pathological. AIM is rife with dodgy companies but I would not put AFC in that boat. It is a passionate company that has taken time to develop a disruptive technology with benefits the environment as well as our economy in due course. I saw the kit up close and personal and think the current board thoroughly believe in the technology. We do have a product that can now be purchased. With time the costs will reduce as you well know.
jimmynan
17/1/2020
10:29
maybe a bit late but i bought in here for a punt
juju44
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
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