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
  -1.30 -1.95% 65.20 1,803,086 11:21:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
65.20 65.40 66.40 64.50 65.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment -4.78 -0.80 441
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:22:30 AT 1,070 65.20 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 66.50p.
Afc Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 43.90p and a 12 week average price of 40.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 92p while the 1 year low share price is currently 12.50p.
There are currently 676,490,810 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,851,064 shares. The market capitalisation of Afc Energy Plc is £441,748,498.93.
skinny: Directorate Change. Appointment of new Chair AFC Energy (AIM: AFC), a leading provider of hydrogen power generation technologies, is pleased to announce the appointment of Gary Bullard as its non-Executive Chair with immediate effect. He succeeds John Rennocks who retired from the Board after the company's Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 14 April after four years as Chair. Mr Bullard is an experienced Chairman, non-executive director and executive with a successful international career in the Industrial and Information Technology industries. His Board level experience includes working with companies in the scale up of high-volume manufacturing and supporting high value, high growth businesses in the commercialisation of technology across a range of sectors. He has particular expertise in understanding the opportunities for companies to expand their market reach through geographic expansion; expanding their value chain; digital transformation and innovation; increasing services or annuity revenues; partnering and expanding their routes to market. He will draw upon his considerable experience on the Boards of UK companies who have specialist offerings with a global marketplace and growth aspirations. Mr Bullard brings strong business and governance experience to the role. Gary has held several senior management positions in major corporates such as IBM and BT. Until 2012 he was President at Logica UK and a member of the Executive Committee of Logica plc. He has a wealth of AIM & Main Market experience and is currently Chairman of Gooch & Housego plc as well as being a Non-Executive Director of Spirent Communications plc. Commenting on his appointment, Gary Bullard, Non-Executive Chair at AFC Energy, said: "I am hugely excited to have the opportunity to chair a growing business that will play a pivotal role in decarbonising industry to reduce the effect of climate change. I believe that my commercial experience will be of significant benefit to AFC Energy as it scales up its operations to meet growing demand and I look forward to working with Adam and the senior Executive team to make this happen." Adam Bond, Chief Executive Officer at AFC Energy, added: "Following a thorough selection process, we are delighted to have found a chairman in Gary with such extensive experience and enthusiasm for the business. Our key priority is to put in place the required distribution channels, manufacturing and staffing to drive our commercial sales with significant annuity revenue and Gary's commercial acumen will be invaluable during this phase of the company's development." Pursuant to Schedule 2 (g) of the AIM Rules for Companies the following is disclosed in relation to Gary Bullard. Gary Bruce Bullard, aged 64, is currently a director of Gooch & Housego plc, Spirent Communications plc, Recycling Technologies Ltd and New Model Identity Ltd. In the previous five years, he held Directorships in Rotork plc and Catquin Ltd. Gary does not currently hold any shares in, or options over shares in, the capital of the Company. Save as set out above, there is no further information required to be disclosed pursuant to Schedule 2 paragraph (g) of the AIM Rules for Companies.
andyf987: pretty sure everyone is aware of the mcap, sales situation and balance sheet. As these are already established the repetition does not appear to serve any meaningful purpose other than to support your belief that the share price will be sub 50p. New research, articles, and intelligent analysis will find a good home here, irrespective of the direction it points to with the share price. The reason there are only positive articles and links Is not because we run an echo chamber but rather because there simply aren’t any well written negative sources to quote. When I discover something I will share it to further everyone’s knowledge. Your posts do have a provocative edge if you’re being honest with yourself.
zeppo: As Extreme E moves round the world AFC will get more and more valuable exposure. hxxps:// Includes: ' Hydrogen Fuel Cell AFC Energy, which provides the championship’s hydrogen fuel cell – enabling the fleet of ODYSSEY 21s to be charged emission-free – used the Desert X Prix to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Altaaqa, owner and operator of one of the world’s largest mobile diesel generator rental fleets. This will support the transition of the region’s power generation industry to zero emission solutions using AFC Energy’s hydrogen fuel cell technology. The agreement places Altaaqa at the forefront of industry’s transition away from highly pollutant diesel engines and consolidates AFC Energy’s position as the market leader in the provision of zero-emission off-grid temporary power generation. It also supports the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 strategic framework to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels and associated power generation, and goes to show the power of sport in highlighting environmental issues and viable technology solutions for a cleaner world.' We can look forward to: The 2021 Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 14 April 2021 at 12 noon at Unit 71.4 Dunsfold Park, Stovolds Hill, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8TB. Recent agreements such as: 'Mace and AFC Energy will develop long term UK and international deployment strategies that support a transition from highly pollutant diesel generators to zero emission hydrogen generators for construction sites.' Are just the start!
andyf987: I mentioned once before... without counter views / facts, we end up in an echo chamber where we only hear what we want to reinforce existing beliefs. I welcome well reasoned arguments / perspectives which enrich my knowledge, irrespective whether it is for or against the value of the current share price. I think the reality is that in the short term there is likely to be continued heightened volatility due to the early stage of the company. This is normal and a well functioning part of the markets. Without factual news, any drops are just investors repositioning or maybe a little manipulation (which is perfectly allowed and again normal). We have positive factual news supportive of a rising share price over the medium to long term and future news will either confirm or contrast the current situation. Anything else is just noise. I’ve not sold a single share and have built a final position to hold for the medium term... 3-5 year investment horizon.
tuggyboy: Cheer skinny. AFGYF) Hydrogen logo on gas stations fuel dispenser, symbolizing H2 combustion engine for emissions-free eco-friendly transport. Source: Alexander Kirch / One of the most aspirational companies on this list of hydrogen stocks, AFC Energy is a speculative investment. There’s really no way to sugarcoat this. Listed on the over-the-counter exchange and priced at time of writing under a buck, AFGYF stock is a gamble. But what I like about it is that the underlying science is very intriguing. AFC’s core business revolves around its alkaline fuel cell technology. Through an electrochemical combination of hydrogen and oxygen, AFC fuel-cell solution produces electricity, heat and water — it’s like having your cake and eating it too. Better yet, the specific benefits of alkaline fuel cells are plentiful. First and foremost, the platform allows the use of lower purity and cheaper hydrogen, promoting superior practicality. Second, its more resilient to carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and other fuel contaminants. As well, AFC develops its alkaline fuel cells with low-cost materials, improving the economic proposition. Finally, alkaline fuel cells enjoy a long operational life cycle. Because we’re in the early stages of the hydrogen race, AFGYF stock doesn’t generate as much attention as other green energy companies. However, that could change in a hurry so keep close tabs on AFC Energy
andyf987: ROhini - so a genuine question... leaving out your opinion / speculation and hearsay for a moment, can you name specific facts about the current situation or probable near term future events of AFC which means the share price should be c.40% lower than the current market cap? Share prices move up and down and heightened volatility for an earlier stage company is normal and expected but other than using technical analysis (which is a debatable self fulfilling prophesy in my view) I simply cannot find anything of material value to justify why the price should be 40% less. Yes we have no sales but early stage companies are not valued on sales initially. What we are valued on is proven pipeline potential... of which there is much to point to, some factual, some just an opportunity but that opportunity is massive, hence why market participants clearly see AFC as being worth the current market cap. It’s as simple as that right?
andyf987: ...Potential, game changer, disrupter is exactly what companies are valued on, amongst other metrics. it will never be the case that the sales are signed with the cash in the bank and the company then valued based on that situation... it’ll once again be on forward looking potential. If every company was simply worth it’s factual income / capital position the stock market as we know it would end. The larger the weighting of potential future income / deals to current income streams and capital, the more volatile a share price as it’s far harder to value but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth the current market cap. The share price will continue to fluctuate but gain more stability as projects and income streams materialise. Everything looks to be right on track to me.
myopinnion: More Fanastic news for Afc Energy. The International Department of Trade has now taken AFC Eergy on board this weekend , what a boost for AFC Energy. Great news to have the big boys in government's on board. Should be great for the future share price. See their Twitter feed & Video.
mr sossidge: To date every AFC Energy equipment test has been in house in the lab or within the walls of AFC..Next week the unit is on its own, in the desert with some engineers and no doubt some spare parts just in case.. if AFC achieve the goal of powering this race they will then become a bona fide commercial outfit which should then be reflected in the direction of the share price
maxplus2: Final part.Outlook for the AFC Energy shareIt is not yet possible to predict which hydrogen players will prevail on the market. It seems certain that hydrogen technology has a future. Anyone who is impressed by AFC Energy with its fuel cell technology could use the current price at around EUR 0.50 to get started.However, as with other hydrogen stocks, anyone who invests in AFC Energy shares has to be prepared for strong fluctuations in the share price, as in the past. But for long-term investors, the commitment may pay off. The Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, who has held a package of AFC Energy shares for many years, is probably also convinced of this.
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