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Armadale Capital PLC LSE:ACP London Ordinary Share GB00BYMSY631 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.05p 1.00p 1.10p 1.05p 1.05p 1.05p 27,522 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 0.0 -0.4 -2.6 - 3.18

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17/1/2019
11:57
The battery boom to attract $620 billion in investment by 2040. http://www.mining.com/web/battery-boom-attract-620-billion-investment-2040/The battery boom is coming to China, California and basically everywhere else-and it will be even bigger than previously thought.The global energy-storage market will surge to a cumulative 942 gigawatts by 2040, according to a new forecast from Bloomberg NEF published Tuesday, and that growth will necessitate $620 billion in investment. Sharply falling battery costs is a key driver of the boom. BNEF sees the capital cost of a utility-scale lithium-ion storage system falling another 52 percent by 2030.Two important markets come into particular focus. China, which is building up its battery-manufacturing capacity, will be a central player in the boom. California, meanwhile, has pushed through a series of measures in recent years that will directly or indirectly spur more batteriesBut cost isn't the only factor. Governments from China to California are spurring demand, as is the rise of electric vehicles and solar power. There's also been a greater focus on storage for electric-vehicle charging as well as energy access in remote areas."Costs have come down faster than we expected," Yayoi Sekine, a New York-based analyst at BNEF, said in an interview. "Batteries are going to permeate our lives."The implications of cheaper batteries are far-reaching, upending multiple industries and helping spur technologies necessary to help fight climate change. Batteries power the electric vehicles that are popping up on our freeways. They also unlock solar power from the exclusive confines of the sun.Two important markets come into particular focus. China, which is building up its battery-manufacturing capacity, will be a central player in the boom. California, meanwhile, has pushed through a series of measures in recent years that will directly or indirectly spur more batteries, including legislation that would require all of the state's electricity to come from carbon-free sources by 2045."Storage is just so sensibly the next step in the evolution of renewable energy," Edward Fenster, the executive chairman of San Francisco-based rooftop-solar company Sunrun Inc., said in an interview. "If we're going to get to 100 percent renewable energy, we'll need storage."Here are six key takeaways from the latest BNEF battery forecast:Cumulative energy-storage deployments are now forecast to exceed 50 gigawatt-hours by 2020. That's three years earlier than BNEF's outlook from just last year. Energy storage may be equivalent to 7 percent of the world's total installed power capacity by 2040. The Asia-Pacific region will be home to 45 percent of total installations on a megawatt basis by 2040. Another 29 percent will be spread across Europe, Middle East and Africa. The remainder will be in the Americas. The majority of storage capacity will be utility-scale until the mid-2030s. But then so-called behind-the-meter projects- installations at businesses, industrial sites and residential properties-will overtake utility-scale. A list of the leading battery countries is topped by who you would expect: China, U.S., India, Japan, Germany, France, Australia, South Korea and the U.K. South Korea today dominates the market but will be overtaken by the U.S. early in the 2020s-and both will later be eclipsed by China. Storage is coming to developing countries in Africa, too. BNEF explains it thusly: utilities will likely recognize that the combination of solar, diesel and batteries in "far-flung sites" is cheaper than extending the power grid or building a fossil-only generator.
jsd71
16/1/2019
09:13
Huge high voltage battery marketMarket Is Projected to Grow to $89.1 Billion by 2025http://m.digitaljournal.com/pr/4110183The Asia Oceania region is projected to be the largest market for high voltage battery capturing 79% of the total market share. Strong economic growth, increasing focus toward smart cities, development related to Giga factory setup, and favorable government policies have triggered the demand for high voltage batteries in the region. BYD (China) and Nissan (Japan) are the leading EV players in the region. According to MarketsandMarkets analysis, majority of the electric bus market is driven by China. This trend of electric buses in China is also expected to be the same in the near future. Owing to the above-mentioned factors, Asia Oceania is estimated to be the largest and fastest growing market for high voltage batteries, by region.
jsd71
13/1/2019
18:21
Good post and totally agree with it Bal
ertugrul
13/1/2019
15:23
https://www.proactiveinvestors.com.au/companies/news/212273/black-rock-minings-former-board-member-increases-stake-to-2038-212273.htmlRelated to black rock but it shows how the players are positioning themselves for an increase in market demand for battery production. I think the prospects for ACP are huge but we need a solid strategy which the board does have.My concerns are not the share price rising, I think that is inevitable just with market demand. The concern here is are the board going to sell the asset to a neighbour without realising the full potential of the investment. ACP is an investment company who are about to go into mining, so I think they may just sell out if they receive an offer. Even then the value for us shareholders is positive but if they sell for less than 10p I would be extremely disappointed. Been lingering around here since the early days so really do want a banger which is possible.Never thought I would know this much about graphite!!Good Luck to all!!
balbains324
11/1/2019
13:20
I'm not sure I can cope with this reaction
balbains324
11/1/2019
07:43
Good....finally mine has been sold. Now let's hope this is the start of all the good news.
balbains324
08/1/2019
08:30
Could be any day now.I will email the company and see what their view is.
glenbo1
08/1/2019
08:11
https://www.ippmedia.com/en/business/black-rock-mining's-third-deal-takes-graphite-offtake-85They have 3rd offtake and we are at a penny WTF!!!
balbains324
04/1/2019
09:13
Exactly, major news due in the next few rns announcements, definitive feasability study, Chinese offtake agreement, becoming a mining company, it must be very close..rock bottom price, this is the time to buy imo.
jsd71
03/1/2019
17:55
Who the hell is selking at this redicilous price
ertugrul
28/12/2018
16:31
This is getting ridiculous, 0.9p buying price..Where's the update from the company.
jsd71
21/12/2018
06:26
https://www.thecitizen.co.tz/oped/-Mining-legislation--Open-letter-to-President-Magufuli/1840568-4900174-75qysz/index.html
balbains324
20/12/2018
16:15
Just look around even some good companies which are debt free are taking batrering.Hoping mkt turns around quick.
neo26
20/12/2018
14:58
If it is the case that Brexit has anything to do with the downward trend of AIM generally, I really don't see much chance of that reversing any time soon.
vatnabrekk
20/12/2018
14:28
i dont think this current trend has anything to do with the company, many aim stocks taking a dive with the uncertainties of Brexit. Hopefully confidence in Aim market will commence again in 2019. Not a holder but i do hope ACP do well.
neo26
20/12/2018
10:12
So 1 sell of £411 value knocks £150,000 off the market cap!
mawc
18/12/2018
12:29
Graphite company's in Tanzania Kibaran Resources current mcap is $35 million (AUD) Volt Resources current mcap $32 million (AUD)Armadale capital is equivalent to about $5 million (AUD).
jsd71
17/12/2018
15:31
Yes guys news desperately needed, never though we see 1p price but we are there now!
ertugrul
17/12/2018
09:52
I think news of off take agreement will come in early 2019. That's when they say the decision to mine will happen. One big RNS I reckon.
colinmc1971
17/12/2018
08:06
You mean 303 million. I thought we would of had news by now, here's hoping we get something this week, we need something..
jsd71
16/12/2018
14:04
There are only 3.03million shares in the float here, that's not a lot at all. Does anyone think we will get news this year?
balbains324
13/12/2018
08:23
Good find bal, I've posted this on the LSE board. We are due some company changing news here too, Feasibility Study can't be too far off now.
jsd71
13/12/2018
07:55
https://www.businessnews.com.au/article/Volt-nears-approval-for-USD-40m-note-issue
balbains324
12/12/2018
08:26
Graphite Mining in the US Key to National Security Interestshttps://investingnews.com/innspired/graphite-mining-in-the-us-national-security-defence-technologies/
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