Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Afc Energy Plc LSE:AFC London Ordinary Share GB00B18S7B29 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.00 2.75% 74.80 3,667,611 16:35:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
74.20 74.50 75.70 71.50 75.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment -3.62 -0.68 506
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:06:06 O 200,000 72.4375 GBX

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Afc Energy Daily Update: Afc Energy Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AFC. The last closing price for Afc Energy was 72.80p.
Afc Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 67.10p and a 12 week average price of 16.54p.
The 1 year high share price is 92p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.10p.
There are currently 676,151,310 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,182,870 shares. The market capitalisation of Afc Energy Plc is £505,761,179.88.
haggismchaggis: So, where did Schroders put all the AFC stock? Well here is one Fund where AFC stock is held, and I'm posting a timeline for the documents from Schroders Website. You can see the documents for yourself from the link I am posting at the end of the information. This Fund does not appear to hold all of the AFC stock that Schroders have/had, so there is more in other Funds somewhere. What can we conclude from this information? 1) The Fund does have restrictions on the MCap size of companies it can buy (Exactly as I told everyone is the case with Funds having MCap restrictions like £500m!!), so those claiming otherwise are proven wrong again. "at the time of purchase, are similar in size to those comprising the bottom 10% by market capitalisation of the UK equities market." 2) The Fund is set up with the aim of beating the FTSE UK Series Small Cap ex Investment Trusts, it failed to do that last year! Sorry, but you can only blame the Fund Manager for that, as the Fund choices to buy/sell/hold are his responsibility) 3) The Fund held 1,779,152 ITM at the end of 2019 but sold them by May 2020, missing out on the huge recent upside. 4) In 2019 the Funds AFC holding represented 1.57% of the Fund, 14th highest. At some point they would want to rebalance the Fund by lowering that percentage, once in profit on the shares, so selling was inevitable. By May 2020 they had dropped to 0.32%. After the placing in July 2020 they were back up to 0.91%. 5) In the Q4 update they stated they had already taken some profit on AFC, but presumably they had not sold down by 1% of AFC, so did not have to report it. This has to be allowed for when reading the latest Schroders holdings RNS. 6) The Fund Managers has highlighted a few times how well AFC has done commercialising it's technology and it's share price performance. 7) Just because a Fund sells some of it's huge holding, does not mean it is bad for the stock, especially when the selling is only feeding demand, not forcing the share price down like a distressed seller would.
rogerramjett: Well played that man. We have all done it. I certainly sold half my ARB shares at 126.5p which were bought at 6.6p. I now hold half the number, taken out the original investment plus a large profit and leaving the rest to run as they have cost me nothing. Still have huge confidence in ARB to deliver and the share price to rise much further. Just happier to derisk. AFC is different for me and has become an emotional attachment and I will not be selling anything until price target is reached. If it never is then I guess I will never sell a single share.
haggismchaggis: Here goes with some of the news items I've found today. Some really good places for AFC to get noticed, just look at the site names. . Institutional Investing In Infrastructure hTTps:// . Green Car Congress hTTps:// . Transport And Energy hTTps:// . Renewable Energy Magazine (links out to EnergyDigital) hTTps:// . EnergyDigital hTTps:// . ShipInsight (copy and paste the link, as ADVFN blocks it) . Power Links (under Hydropower) hTTps:// . Power Links (under BLNG) hTTps:// . Japan News site (copy and paste the link, as ADVFN blocks it) . FuelCellWorks hTTps://
haggismchaggis: Skinny, "I assume the fact that RCDO finished up 15.8% and AFC +4.6%, is an indication of investors perception, that the former is a 'safer way' of investing in the latter?".I was thinking it likely that they have a lot of long term shareholders, and those on the sidelines, that know all about that company, like we do about AFC, and that RCDO could do well from its link to AFC, so may recover more than they were expecting since their trading update in May 2020, and results after that..So for them it's easier to add or go back into a company they know well, than it is to diversify and have to research AFC..Also, the MM's are not holding RCDO back like they are AFC. And RCDO hasn't had a several hundred percent rise already, so the MM's were maybe looking for an excuse to walk it up a bit.
skinny: Strategic Collaboration with Ricardo. Strategic Collaboration with Ricardo AFC Energy (AIM: AFC), a leading provider of hydrogen power generation technologies, is pleased to announce the signing of a strategic engineering collaboration with Ricardo Energy and Environment, part of Ricardo plc ("Ricardo"), an internationally renowned global engineering consultancy with a strong specialisation in decarbonised transportation and clean power generation solutions across 55 offices worldwide. Highlights -- AFC Energy and Ricardo have signed a Collaboration Agreement with a primary focus on the joint identification and development of new and innovative solutions through the adoption of AFC Energy's alkaline fuel cell technology. -- Key markets of focus include marine (shipping and ports), rail and innovative stationary power generation. -- Marine applications will consider the benefits of utilising green ammonia as a key vector for the storage of energy, leveraging the ability of the Company's fuel cell to utilise low cost hydrogen derived from cracked ammonia. -- The companies will look to identify the creation of unique alkaline fuel cell products and service offerings with mutual commercial benefits across these key markets for Ricardo clients. -- Joint project submissions have already been created by Ricardo and AFC Energy for submission to prospective customers. AFC Energy today announces the signing of the Company's first strategic engineering collaboration agreement with Ricardo, a global leader in the creation of innovative engineering and design solutions with strong credentials across the transportation and energy sectors. The Agreement provides a framework for the two companies to jointly explore and engineer innovative, zero greenhouse emission products with a focus on transportation and stationary power generation, thereby taking advantage of clear growth in industrial customer demand. This agreement therefore creates the opportunity for AFC Energy to grow the number of products that utilise the Company's fuel cell and validate its technical and commercial viability in the growing global market for hydrogen fuelled power and propulsion systems. The three key areas of initial market focus include maritime, rail and stationary power where Ricardo is seen as one of the current market leaders. The parties will consider the benefits achieved through the use of low cost, readily available, and high energy dense green ammonia fuel (rather than hydrogen gas) as a fuel of choice in off-grid or remote power needs, including international shipping and distributed power generation. Following several months of engagement, the two companies have already jointly submitted proposals to Ricardo clients addressing particular client needs pertinent to grid instability and the need for zero emission alternative power. Further opportunities will be identified in 2021 for joint collaboration across the key markets of focus. Adam Bond, Chief Executive Officer at AFC Energy, said: "The role for AFC Energy's alkaline fuel cell in supporting the decarbonisation of e-mobility and off-grid power systems through the use of zero emission fuels such as green ammonia is becoming ever clearer and relevant. We are delighted to be collaborating with one of the world's leading engineering houses in Ricardo to fully explore new and innovative ways in which our alkaline fuel cell system can be deployed across a range of industries where traditional reliance on combustion of fossil fuels is no longer seen as a viable or acceptable means of remote power generation. We look forward to furthering our collaboration with Ricardo in our key markets of focus, with each providing enormous opportunities in their own right." Mike Bell, Group Strategy and Transformation Director at Ricardo plc, added: "Ricardo has a world leading pedigree in the energy transition towards sustainable and green power, working with many of the world's leading Original Equipment Manufacturers and industrial partners in pursuit of engineering solutions that support Net Zero aspirations. We also recognise AFC Energy's specialist expertise in alkaline fuel cell technology, which has highlighted the potential for low cost, high efficiency alkaline systems in off-grid and remote power environments. We are very pleased to be collaborating with AFC Energy is exploring new opportunities for fuel cell deployment across sectors such as marine and rail where the alkaline technology has the potential to play a key role decarbonisation and sustainability." -ENDS-
haggismchaggis: MCap's today, and the gains/losses since the close on Wednesday 6 January, 4 trading days. . AFC was clearly walked down today back to £500m. Note there is no meaningful difference between buy and sell volumes, in fact buys were ahead of sells this afternoon yet they still kept walking it down against the supply/demand flow. Buys =2,969,071, Sells = 3,209,437, ??? = 234,256. . Note also that the MM's kept it just above the £500m with the uncrossing trade at the end, that tells me (same as when we were stuck at £500m before) that the MM's and ii's don't want it to drop below £500 closing price, although as before, they will let it dip its toe below during the day if it means they can hit stop losses. . Several peers have gained way more than AFC's ENTIRE MCap despite having NO NEWS of their own (a sector re-rating). AFC's value has to be relative to it's peers, not an exception! . I look forward to the next re-rating to £1Bn+ if the MM's are reading this! Looking at the MCap's of our peers and their losses, £1Bn would be very fair for AFC right now. . Proton Power Systems £476,000,000 MCap (down £33m) £6,400,000 Loss . AFC Energy £507,000,000 MCap (down £5m) £2,850,840 Loss . Powercell Sweden AB £1,723,120,000 MCap (up £90.8m) £6.73m Loss . Ceres Power £2,393,000,000 MCap (up £155m) £7,270,000 Loss . FuelCell Energy £4,494,009,270 MCap (up £1,582m) £77,108,170 Loss (first 9 months of 2020) . ITM Power £3,111,000,000 MCap (up £55m) £29,560,000 Loss . Nel ASA £3,995,890,441 MCap (up £692.8m) £21,490,270 Loss (first 9 months of 2020) . Bloom Energy £4,333,562,950 MCap (up £618.8m) £145,324,363 Loss (first 9 months of 2020) . Ballard Power £7,101,394,900 MCap (up £2,136m) £35,555,474 Loss (first 9 months of 2020) . Plug Power £22,608,716,650 MCap (up £11,930m) £75,907,994 Loss (first 9 months of 2020)
dolores123: At the moment it is difficult of course to predict with any precision especially as the next significant news release could double the share price. Having said that my prediction is that we will soon see the share price increase to over 150p as it seems to be unfairly held back just now.
haggismchaggis: The 875,000 at 70.066p showing as traded at 10:39:16 I'd say is a filled order. £613k worth. . The reasons I say it's a filled order? . At the time the Bid was 73.8p and the Ask was 74.4. The deal price was nowhere near, which would be typical of a filled order, as the price for the block is the AVERAGE price of all the small chunks added into it, thus a very random 70.066p. . It had no effect on the share price (if it was a huge sell I'd expect the MM dealing it to drop the price immediately), in fact within five minutes the price had risen to 74.4p / 74.6p.
haggismchaggis: What price this time next Year Rodney? . For next year I'll go with £2.5Bn MCap (£3.70 per share) for the simple reason that ITM, CWR, and the USA etc Fuel Cell companies reached that without making a profit, due mainly to their pipelines of orders, and now we have the means to reach that too with our own sales, via ABB, to and because of Acciona, because of Extreme E, plus the near term OEM etc deals mooted by AB in his recent video. . If you look at the 2020 chart you'll see AFC hit a low of 11.7p and even at 79.4p today has risen 578% in a year. To get to £2.5Bn is only a rise from here of 365%, so I don't see it as impossible following this years performance not just for AFC, but across the Hydrogen sector, Renewables sector, Clean Energy sector, etc. . The further ahead we go into 2021, the more demand there will be for rapid EV Charging everywhere, and clean air power generation on construction and other sites. . Julich could actually lead to a lot of Fuel Cell sales in Germany. This is because of the electric price in Germany, it makes AFC Fuel Cells an even more compelling choice. Any country with high price electricity is a good place to target sales. hTTps://
haggismchaggis: Something below for those new here, I originally posted it on 19 November 2020, but newcomers will have missed it. AFC's Alkamem membrane can replace NAFION, a membrane used globally in PEM Fuel Cells, Electrolysis, Chemical production, and a few other things. NAFION is a $1bn a year market, and AFC could replace it. This is another reason to stay long on AFC, on top of EV Charging deployment and Diesel Genset replacement markets. . ===================================== . This will blow your socks off!!!! . World Record Membrane Performance!!!! . After finding this, I think I may have to raise my £300m valuation for the sale of the Membrane technology into markets other than Fuel Cells! . "A radiation-grafted anion-exchange membrane (AEM) containing covalently-bonded benzyltrimethylammonium (BTMA) head-groups (ion-exchange capacity of 2.49?±?0.12?mmol?g-1 and 55?µm hydrated thickness), fabricated from 25?µm thick low-density polyethylene (LDPE) [34], was obtained from Professor John Varcoe's group at the University of Surrey (UK)." hTTps:// . This is the group that AFC are in!! See the Organisations tab. hTTps:// . A World Record performance!! "At 110?°C the AEM showed a record high hydroxide conductivity of ca. 300?mS?cm-1.! . "To the best of our knowledge, this is the highest hydroxide conductivity ever reported for an AEM." . And it's better than PEM!! "This is significantly higher than the values reported in the literature for the well-studied acidic HT-PEMFCs." . All AFC Energy University/College Research can be found here, and there is a lot of it. . hTTps://
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