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09/2/2020
19:36
onedayrodders: here it is .. A small clean energy company based in Yorkshire could be a big beneficiary of government plans to cut carbon emissions quickly. Last week Boris Johnson vowed to ban sales of petrol, diesel and even hybrid new cars by the end of 2035, five years earlier than expected. This underlined the UK’s official aim of achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. But cutting down on the number of cars powered by fossil fuels will do nothing to reduce the emissions caused by heating homes and commercial premises, which together account for about a third of all the carbon dioxide released by this country. That’s where a rapidly-growing company listed on AIM, the junior market, could help. Last month, ITM Power set up what it claims is the world’s biggest carbon-free renewable hydrogen production facility. Hydrogen burns without releasing any carbon dioxide at all, but producing the gas can result in emissions. However, ITM creates “green hydrogen” by passing electricity, produced by solar or wind power, through tap water to split out its constituent molecules of hydrogen and oxygen via a special membrane. If that sounds like science fiction, then consider the fact that ITM is already supplying green hydrogen this way to Britain’s biggest natural gas distributor, Cadent, and a regional supplier, Northern Gas Networks, in a trial backed by the UK energy regulator Ofgem. They describe this joint venture — called HyDeploy — as the “first live pilot project” to inject zero-carbon hydrogen into a gas network to heat British homes and businesses. At present, they are blending up to 20% green hydrogen with the normal gas supply. The government committee on climate change has said hydrogen will have to be used more widely in our energy system if Britain is to hit its net zero target. ITM chief executive Graham Cooley told me: “If a 20% hydrogen blend was rolled out countrywide it could save around 14m tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year — the equivalent of taking more than three million cars off the road.” The kit ITM Power uses to extract hydrogen from tap water The kit ITM Power uses to extract hydrogen from tap water Now would be a good point to declare this small investor’s personal interest. More than a decade ago, Peter Hargreaves told me how enthusiastic he was about this Sheffield-based company. I didn’t understand the science then and wouldn’t claim to do so now. But I have always said that the most valuable perk of being a financial journalist is frequent contact with some of the brightest and best-informed people in Britain. So the personal recommendation of the billionaire co-founder of this country’s biggest investment platform, Hargreaves Lansdown, was good enough for me. I bought some shares at 41p each in January 2010. It would be fair to say I had my reservations. Even I know that mixing electricity and water is not usually a good idea. I had similarly unscientific fears about how horrific the consequences can be when hydrogen goes wrong, as demonstrated by the Hindenburg disaster. Lurid snaps of the airship exploding 83 years ago may explain why hydrogen cars remain less popular than electric ones. Despite all that, ITM’s share price rose rapidly at first, before falling back. So I sold them for 56p each in March 2011. The shares made no sustained progress for the next eight years until last October, when the international industrial gas and engineering group, Linde, invested £38m in ITM to build more electrolyser machines. That lifted the share price by 9% on the day of the deal to 47p. But it was last month’s announcement of the joint venture with Cadent and Northern Gas Networks that propelled ITM’s price to £1.24, at which point I invested nearly 2% of my “forever”; fund. Since then, it has proved almost as volatile as the gas this firm produces. Last Monday, at 16% down, I began this article with a “silly me” theme about what looked to be the latest Cowie’s Clanger — an illustration of the danger of moonshot investments. Then the prime minister’s announcement on Tuesday lifted the share price by 8% to £1.17. So I am still marginally down, but I did not invest on a two-week view after taking an intermittent interest in ITM for the last 10 years. I remain convinced that the search for clean energy is one of the biggest ventures of our age, and I am keen to participate, if only in a small way, over the long term. Cadent’s chief strategy officer, Ed Syson, put it vividly: “It is impossible to overstate the importance of the first ever practical demonstration of hydrogen in a gas network in this country. “This trial could pave the way for a wider roll-out of hydrogen blending, enabling consumers to cut carbon emissions without changing anything they do.” One of the advantages of hydrogen blending is there is no need to change any existing pipework or domestic appliances. No wonder Northern Gas Networks chief executive Mark Horsley said: “Hydrogen is a key piece of the decarbonisation jigsaw, and a huge leap forward in meeting climate-change targets. “Customers are ready to embrace cleaner solutions in their homes and start making a difference to emissions today.” Coming down from the clouds, it remains to be seen whether ITM can succeed. However, it could help Britain create our own clean energy — and turn politicians’ talk of the Northern Powerhouse into something more than hot air.
17/1/2020
11:03
tewkesbury: 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".
13/1/2020
08:16
tewkesbury: 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".
12/1/2020
02:16
fqr714bhp: There is a good reason why AFC share price is only 19.5p Reason: NO DEALS, NO CONTRACTS, NO SALES. to date? LOL!!!!!!!
10/1/2020
08:31
global nomad: ITM felt very similar until earlier in 2019 when it suddenly all came together as far as the share price goes. It's high valuation is a recent thing so offers a potential model for how the sentiment shift could change things with the AFC share price. has already started so needs a bit of momentum and follow through but looking good.
10/12/2019
21:05
brimach2: Delores....£4 million won’t look at it. Think more like 15 to 20 million in first placing followed by another 50 to 70 million in the next, both before the end of next year. That is the sort of dilution you need to consider. As an example of the sort of cash AFC may need to grow into its markets…Ceres, having raised £19 million previously raised a further £77 million last year (both from Placings ) to fund its business plan and current investment programme because even after 16 years and lots of previous cash investment into the business its current manufacturing capacity was still small. It has recently invested £8 million in a new manufacturing plant in Redhill which will come on stream in January (2020), this will give Ceres a 2MW capability to manufacture 200,000 cells –expandable to 10MW (one million cells) if needed…. just a tad ahead of AFC then? In comparison, readers should note that Ceres has already a well established and developed network of high profile partners in Germany, China, Japan and Korea, such as Bosch and Weichai Power, (a major Chinese automotive and equipment manufacturer with a market cap in excess of US$10 billion) and the Miura Co., and Japan’s, Doosan, a world leader in the fuel cell industry. Accepted that AFC also have a link with Doosan. As said earlier, even though Ceres are loss making, they are miles ahead of AFC today. The stark fact is that AFC Energy has a long road to travel and I firmly believe that it will still not be making a profit five years+ from now. So when people on this bulletin board start gabbing on about AFC/De Nora going to produce/manufacture/sell Megawatt+ systems in no time flat now that they have a commercial product etc, and we will all be millionaires soon, you really do need to re-join the real world. Readers/investors here need to ask themselves, what production capability has AFC/De Nora got right now? Realistically, what order revenue can you expect from such a limited capacity? How much cash needs to be injected into AFC to grow this business? Where will the cash come from? How will it be raised, Placing(s) Rights Issue(s), debt? When may we expect the first Call? How many Calls might be needed in the years ahead? How much dilution will come with each Call? What is a realistic timeline to breakeven/profit. There are zero fundamentals to analyse with this company. All of these things will impact on the share price going forward. So, what is it that justifies AFC’s current inflated share price in the face of the above and a pending Cash Call that will dilute all existing shareholders? You may as well place a bet on a long shot with William Hill. Bmac
08/12/2019
13:11
brimach2: As an example of what lies ahead for AFC and the cash it may need in order to grow into its markets…Ceres, having raised £19 million just previously, had to raise £77 million last year ( from a Placing ) to fund its business plan and current investment programme because even after 16 years and lots of previous cash investment into the business its current manufacturing capacity is still small. It has recently invested £8 million in a new manufacturing plant in Redhill which will come on stream in January (2020), this will give Ceres a 2MW capability to manufacture 200,000 cells –expandable to 10MW (one million cells) if needed…. just a tad ahead of AFC then? In comparison, readers should note that Ceres has already a well established and developed network of high profile partners in Germany, China, Japan and Korea, such as Bosch and Weichai Power, (a major Chinese automotive and equipment manufacturer with a market cap in excess of US$10 billion) and the Miura Co., and Japan’s, Doosan, a world leader in the fuel cell industry. Accepted that AFC also have a link with Doosan. As said earlier, even though Ceres are loss making, they are miles ahead of AFC today. The stark fact is that AFC Energy has a long road to travel and I firmly believe that it will still not be making a profit five years+ from now. So when people on this bulletin board start gabbing on about AFC/De Nora going to produce/manufacture/sell Megawatt+ systems in no time flat now that they have a commercial product etc, and we will all be millionaires soon, you really do need to re-join the real world. Readers/investors here need to ask themselves, what production capability has AFC/De Nora got right now? Realistically, what order revenue can you expect from such a limited capacity? How much cash needs to be injected into AFC to grow this business? Where will the cash come from? How will it be raised, Placing(s) Rights Issue(s), debt? When may we expect the first Call? How many Calls might be needed in the years ahead? How much dilution will come with each Call? What is a realistic timeline to breakeven/profit. All of these things will impact on the share price going forward. So, what is it that justifies AFC’s current inflated share price in the face of the above and a pending Cash Call that will dilute all existing shareholders? Bmac
08/12/2019
13:02
brimach2: In comparing the business maturity of Ceres with AFC Energy and as an example of the sort of cash AFC may need to grow into its markets , you do not need a pair of high power spectacles to see that Ceres is an order of magnitude advanced on AFC from the point of view of product commercialisation, market penetration and business development. Ceres however, is a good example to use for showing why AFC’s share price is floating on rarefied air right now and just how far some posters are ahead of reality for AFC with their exuberance and hype. Multi-millions of pounds has been injected into Ceres to get it to where it is today and in addition, Ceres has £71 million in the bank for future development. A good lesson could be learnt by readers from the Ceres links below and from honestly coming to terms with the reality of what lies ahead for AFC and the scale of the investment AFC needs to grow from here. Investors also need to be realistic with the lengthy timelines that lie ahead for AFC. Ceres has a business model not too dissimilar to AFC, but in spite of having spent 16 years+ perfecting their own ‘unique’ fuel cell technology, Ceres revenue, which doubled in the last financial year, is still only circa £16 million. Against this it made a loss of circa £8 million i.e. a loss equal to almost half the size of its revenue. It’s amazing how all the fuel cell companies claim to have ‘market-leading technology’ and ‘uniqueness217; as benefits and selling points, just like AFC. They are all peddling a unique combination of advantages and all of them are highlighting the global opportunities, which unquestionably there are. In comparison to AFC who have no revenue, no order book, no product warranty, very little cash in the bank and only limited fuel cell production capability… Ceres, having taken 16+years to get to where it is… has an order book worth £28.4 million (at the report date Nov 2019). It has developed the SteelCell which works within the existing infrastructure of natural gas networks and also operates on sustainable fuels like biogas and hydrogen giving it potential for multiple markets and it has increased the number of its systems under licence in the same markets that AFC will be chasing its business. It has well established joint development agreements in place (JDA’s), which are essential for business growth and it has an investment programme that is fully funded with £71.3 million of cash, cash equivalents and short-term deposits…. and is ready to enter the EV Charging market. Bmac
06/12/2019
13:53
brimach2: People need to take a cold hard look at reality and realistically assess timelines to meaningful order placements and revenue for AFC. The share price has been rising on nothing but hydrogen gas and whereas future prospects may appear bright the pertinent fact is, in the here and now world of today, AFC Energy has virtually no income, no orders, no revenue and no warranties for its products. Meanwhile the business requires substantial cash to survive the near term, and to grow in the long term. Ask yourself this….what is AFC’s revenue right now… effectively zilch, right? Now, try subtracting it’s current operating/running costs away from zilch and you might just begin to see that AFC needs to cover itself fairly soon with a Cash Call and probably a sizable debt facility as well. That Cash Call will substantially dilute everyone’s stake here when it comes. To what extent? Well that depends on the millions to be raised, the Offer share price and whether it will be done as a Placing or via a Rights Issue and if/whether you can and are prepared to buy yourself out of that resulting dilution. And, it’s very probable that in order to attract Institutional interest (which AFC badly needs to strengthen and support it’s share base) that the Offer will be at a heavily discounted price to the market price at the time. Responsible Investment Institutions (Schroders admitted), won’t buy into a wildly inflated share price and blustering on here, trying to imply that they will, is just more gas. I can hear someone shouting from the background already that this is just another troll at work. Well, no it’s not…it’s about basic maths and the financial necessity for this Company to survive in the short term and grow in the long term. A Cash Call is on its way, that is for sure and beefing up the share price with news flow beforehand is par-for- the-course for AFC. Just look back into it’s past. Happened every time. Some of you are going to get caught if you keep chasing this rise upwards. The fundamentals don’t support it. The gas that’s inflating was always going to go ‘pop’ at some point. There is a cash call coming, Two this year I would bet. A small one to start with and that will be followed by a much larger call later this year so considerable dilution is on its way for all existing holders.
28/10/2019
17:44
jaknife: Mr Sossidge, The evidence to date suggests: 1. Abramovich is a numpty - factually evidenced by the £7m loss that he's sitting on. 2. You are a day-dreamer rather than an investor - factually evidenced by the fantasy that you have that AFC will be worth "500-1000p in due course". 3. You're a gullible day-dreamer - factually evidenced by your preparedness to listen to Eugene Tenenbaum spin yarns about Jam tomorrow even though this company has been spinning about jam tomorrow for well over twelves years now and it's bleedingly obvious that AFC has no jam. But if you think that this means that Abramovich is better informed than little me, who simply claims to know how to actually read accounts then sobeit. I apologise for piercing the bubble of your wet dream of Abramovich and an AFC share price of 500p. But I suspect that you might have more luck with lottery tickets than with AFC. JaKNife
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