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17/11/2014
20:42
Snippet from Proactive.....GL S Ceramic Fuel Cells (ASX/AIM:CFU) has commenced the first fully funded BlueGEN programme, where the BlueGEN is installed at no cost to the end user. The program, comprising a 100kW fleet of 65 or more BlueGENs, is targeted primarily at public sector organisations that can take advantage of the significant carbon and energy savings BlueGEN has to offer. The innovative funding structure allows BlueGENs to be installed in end user premises at no upfront cost. End users pay for the costs of gas and BlueGEN maintenance and receive the benefits of the electricity generated and the heat recovered for hot water. This program has been developed and will be run by one of CFU's UK distributors, iPower Energy. iPower has also confirmed its interest in developing a second, larger program in the second half of calendar year 2015. These discussions will include various new appraisals and opportunity pipeline assessments which are expected to take place in parallel with the delivery of this first program. The terms of the agreement signed with iPower are conditional on drawdown from a facility provided by a third party funder. iPower will make a deposit of A$636,000 which is expected to be received by CFU early in December. In order to meet the criteria imposed by the funding provider, iPower has secured formal confirmations of interest from participating end users for a majority of the installations. Earlier this year CFU directed its intention to focus primarily on larger scale projects and this first of what should be a number of projects of this type is very positive. It demonstrates the commercial viability of this contractual structure whereby third party funding is used to support the project and provide end users with attractive benefits. CFU technology can deliver savings of 20-40% on the cost of energy displaced by the BlueGEN with no upfront cost. The company is somewhat of a forgotten technology player and is capitalised at $33 million - modest for its advanced stage of development. CFU received a $4.1 million tax refund last month and now holds around $5.5 million in cash.
swizz
17/11/2014
17:48
Humph, we need this to go back to 2006 price, any ideas for the board ?
ball deap
17/11/2014
11:38
no comment on this today then
humphries1
17/11/2014
10:50
17 November 2014 First fully funded BlueGEN programme in conjunction with iPower Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited (ASX/AIM: CFU) is pleased to announce the commencement of the first fully funded BlueGEN programme, where the BlueGEN is installed at no cost to the end user. The programme, comprising a 100kW fleet of BlueGENs (a minimum of 65 units) is targeted primarily at public sector organisations that can take advantage of the significant carbon and energy savings BlueGEN has to offer. The innovative funding structure allows BlueGENs to be installed in end user premises at no upfront cost. End users pay for the costs of gas and BlueGEN maintenance and receive the benefits of the electricity generated and the heat recovered for hot water. This programme has been developed and will be run by one of CFCL's UK distributors, iPower Energy Limited (iPower). iPower has also confirmed its interest in developing a second, larger programme with CFCL in the second half of calendar year 2015. These discussions will include various new appraisals and opportunity pipeline assessments which are expected to take place in parallel with the delivery of this first programme. The terms of the agreement signed with iPower are conditional on drawdown from a facility provided by a 3(rd) party funder. iPower will make a deposit of GBP350,000 (A$636,000) which is expected to be received by CFCL early in December. In order to meet the criteria imposed by the 3(rd) party funding provider, iPower has secured formal confirmations of interest from participating end users for a majority of the installations. Bob Kennett, CEO of CFCL, commented, "Earlier this year we announced our intention to revise our sales strategy in order to focus primarily on larger scale projects. We are very pleased to see the first of a number of projects of this type come to fruition. It clearly demonstrates the commercial viability of this contractual structure whereby 3(rd) party funding is used to support the project and provide end users with attractive benefits." Jon Cape, MD of iPower, commented, "iPower is delighted to be working with CFCL on this ground-breaking initiative. The programme is able to provide customers with net savings of 20-40% on the cost of energy displaced by the BlueGEN with no upfront cost and we see strong potential to progress to a substantially larger Stage 2 Programme for which we are already in dialogue with prospective funding partners."
humphries1
12/11/2014
06:44
Soft-Pact......GL S http://www.soft-pact.eu SOFT-PACT plans to deploy 80 fuel cell Combined Heat and Power (micro-CHP) systems across a number of EU member states with the assistance of a grant from the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH-JU). The states selected will be based on a EU FC Market Opportunity Study, looking at the properties, services availability and policy and regulation support across the member states to determine the most favourable regions for initial deployment of the Fuel Cell based systems. The field trials will utilise Ceramic Fuel Cell’s GENNEX technology a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell with an electrical conversion efficiency of 60%, as a standalone BlueGen ‘add-on’ to a standard boiler based heating system, a modular BlueGen heating system (pathfinders) and a fully integrated fuel cell appliance (Fuel Cell, Boiler and Thermal Tank). Insights and learnings from the BlueGen Pathfinder systems will help define the specification and design of the integrated fuel cell system for deployment on the second half of the project and highlight areas of the BlueGen system that should be focused on for optimisation and cost reduction. Barriers to deployment within the selected regions will also be discovered from the skills required for installation engineers, policy and regulations support needed and system hot water and heat usage requirements and physical constraints of the integrated FC appliance. Additionally the members of the consortium will promote FC knowledge to the general public through product placement, trialist recruitment campaigns and sponsoring and attending conferences.
swizz
12/11/2014
06:36
Soft-Pact consortium completes 25 plus unit installation in Germany and UK.....GL S Press release.... http://www.cfcl.com.au/Assets/Files/20141110%20-%20CFC_SIFC-Press-Release.pdf
swizz
11/11/2014
22:59
If you had bought in 2006 you would need this to 100 bag it reached +50p back then.
ball deap
10/11/2014
06:22
Some interesting thoughts on the 100kw project from a Hot Copper poster (SynQuasi)......GL S "A scouring of the internet has found this possible link to the mentioned "Potential 100kW Project" soon to be announced." "This UK tender is possibly related to the “potential 100kW project”? The Bolton Council (of greater Manchester) has 133 various schools, and many other operational buildings which could be involved." "They appear to be asking for a single supplier for all sites of which are <100kW. Bluegen could become a subset of the overall tender most likely managed by a third party energy provider. With the UK feed in tariffs and long term paybacks and energy savings, reduction of GHG emissions this could be one we could give a pretty good crack at." http://england.unitedkingdom-tender..._of_Electricity_-_Sub_100kw_Sites_2014_Bolton extract.. TC022/RK - The Supply of Electricity - Sub 100kw Sites. Directive 2004/18/EC Section I: Contracting authority I.1)Name, addresses and contact point(s) Bolton Council Corporate Procurement, 4th Floor, Paderborn House For the attention of: Mr Robert Kelk BL1 1JW Bolton UNITED KINGDOM II.1.5)Short description of the contract or purchase(s) The Supply of Electricity - Sub 100kw Sites The purpose of this tender is to appoint a single supplier to the framework for the supply of electricity for Sub 100kw sites to Bolton Council. UK Licenced electricity suppliers are invited to tender for the supply of electricity to all Bolton Council operational building stock, plus associated electricity supplies to all Bolton schools, and to affiliated independent organisations that secure their electricity through the Council. "If so, this would be a great demonstration for other councils to reduce GHG, costs and help bring to market our technology. I guess we will find out soon enough."
swizz
09/11/2014
22:35
I need +10 times share price increase to get near my loss , similar on other AIM punts . I must write off big losses and say no more to AIM shares .
broshm
07/11/2014
23:52
Du nut be tempt to sell the stok, hold / buy the stok CFU.
ball deap
07/11/2014
16:43
Dena Energy Efficiency Congress (05/11/2014) IBZ-Speech: fuel cell systems for building heating At this year dena Energy Efficiency Congress, which takes place on 11 and 12 November in the bcc Berlin Congress Center, the energy system as a whole and the energy efficiency are the focus. The energy transition, the current energy policy and developments, strategies and solutions in the energy markets discuss key players in politics, business and associations. The fuel cell (IBZ) initiative is put here with a presentation of the IBZ spokesman and member of the management of Ceramic Fuel Cells, Andreas Ballhausen, a pulse. He lectures on 11th November at 17:15 clock on fuel cell systems for building heating. Then discuss Uwe Beck Meyer, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi), Manfred Greis, president of the Federal Association of Germany House, Energy and Environmental Technology (BDH) and the chairman of dena management, Stephan Kohler, about "heat recovery - energy efficient and renewable until 2020/2050: As we reach the goal "The program and further information are available at www.dena-kongress.de .
swizz
07/11/2014
06:52
News today.....rights offer closing extended by 7 days, discussions on-going and final stage for multi 100kw system orders......GL S
swizz
06/11/2014
06:14
Press comment and rate of BlueGen sales picking up, along with volume and share price notably higher on ASX, currently +14.3%........GL S https://bluegen.net Use of fuel cells produce all year round even current (Epr) - The last months of the year bring us not only the occasional rain or snow showers, but with these breaks as a time, in the evenings we always used to have to turn on the lights and heat the water to be used regularly. The consequence: The power consumption is skyrocketing. Luckily, there are ways and means to make the energy in your own home intelligently and to help the environment and the wallet something good. An investment that pays off: The BlueGen can noticeably minimize the cost of electricity - to the delight of customers. Save power in innovative ways can the BlueGen of Ceramic Fuel Cells. The patented fuel cell technology of the micro power plant allows both homeowners and owners of commercial enterprises, efficient and environmentally friendly to produce in-house up to 13,000 kilowatt hours annually electricity and heat from natural gas - and about 50 percent cheaper than in the reference from the normal power grid. For Mr. Rehse from top breaking these were convincing arguments. As the owner of a large estate - including swimming pool and sauna - with a correspondingly high energy consumption, he decided to install the BlueGen to minimize its costs and make a contribution to the energy transition. For this, the device was simply placed with the size of a commercial washing machine in the boiler room and connected to the mains - with success. Thanks to the new acquisition of the majority of the required energy can now be covered with the BlueGen and overall cost savings of 35 to 40 percent can be achieved. The heat generated in the process, flows into the heating of the swimming pool. Should the demand for energy once fewer than the performance offered amount, the excess is fed into the power grid and additional compensation. So the eco-friendly device offers an ideal alternative to thermal power stations and solar systems. Good to know: If you want to also set the micro power plant as part of planned energy savings will be rewarded with a subsidy of the state. For more information about the innovative fuel cell technology under www.ceramicfuelcells.de and www.homeplaza.de https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=de&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.dtoday.de%2Fregionen%2Fmarktplatz%2Fbauen-wohnen_artikel%2C-Mithilfe-von-Brennstoffzellen-das-ganze-Jahr-ueber-selbst-Strom-erzeugen-_arid%2C386124.html&sandbox=1
swizz
03/11/2014
12:30
broshm. Well Flow have a potentially commercial product but main risks there are operational, logistics of delivery, reliability of the product itself and quality of installation... For instance, it won't matter about the theoretical or practical savings of the electricity generation if, a few weeks after the first installs, the boilers start going faulty or they have been installed incorrectly due to some oversight... With CFU they need to get much larger sales numbers to get the production price down.... but it is so expensive in the first place and not ideally suited to all properties that it is a real struggle to get any momentum going...shame but yeah with AIM always taking some sort of gamble...
larry335
03/11/2014
11:23
Thanks for the input Larry , I still not convinced and there will be nomore AIM losses for me .
broshm
03/11/2014
11:16
Climate change. It never seems to explain in these links related to the Government committees, that the main contributing factor for greenhouse effect is water vapour. Water vapour is not mentioned once in the links from swizz and ball Deep but that creates over 90% of the warming effect. In order to reduce CO2 in the atmosphere the solution always seems simple to me....stop cutting down the rainforests which are the world's natural atmospheric stabilizer. Or capture CO2 from industrial process and react with hydrogen from electrolysis of water to produce methane. This is a stable carbon cycle with no positive carbon emission to the atmosphere...and there is then no need to drill for gas.
larry335
03/11/2014
10:37
broshm. Because the £200/year is just the actual energy saving ....there is also the government subsidy ...the mCHP feed in tariff...so if the boiler generates about 2000kWh in the year the FIT alone is about £250...then add the saving on the electricity because it is only paid at gas rate/kWh. Typically between £400 and £500 a year pay back depending on energy use.
larry335
03/11/2014
10:14
Flow boiler does not add up . How can it pay for itself in 5 years at £200 per year .
broshm
02/11/2014
16:57
Press Release October 17th.......GL S "The energy agency of the German state of North-Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) announced that it has granted the 100th funding approval for a fuel cell based microCHP unit. The funding program was launched in late 2012 and provides a grant of 65 per cent of the investment costs for fuel cell microCHP systems. Just like the first system that received the funding, the 100th unit is also a BlueGEN from CFCL. Overall, BlueGEN units take up a significant share of the units funded so far. While the 100th unit to receive the funding will be installed at a construction company based in Wassenberg, NRW, the first unit has been running flawlessly for over a year now. Alois Buschfort, the owner of this unit, which is located in a local bakery in Essen, NRW, is very pleased with the performance: “The fuel cell system exceeded my expectations. The unit performs very reliably and provides low-cost electricity for the cooling system of the bakery located in my property while reducing the carbon emissions at the same time. The provided heat is mostly used for domestic hot water. I can only recommend the fuel cell technology.” As of last week, the state of NRW has invested more than 1.25 million Euros in the funding of fuel cell CHP systems. It was the first German state to establish a subsidy program for the innovative technology. Customers of CFCL’s BlueGEN, a microCHP fuel cells sytem producing 1,5 kWe at a groundbreaking electrical efficiency of 60 per cent, receive funding in excess of € 12,500. With this grant, the operation of the unit becomes very attractive to small and medium businesses as well as private family homes, as the overall energy cost can be reduced significantly. Following the success of the program in NRW other German states, such as Hesse, Saxony, and Baden-Württemberg, have also introduced funding programs for highly efficient fuel cell technologies. An extended funding scheme on a federal level is currently being discussed" Link.... http://www.cfcl.com.au/Assets/Files/20141016%20-%20Funding%20in%20German%20state%20has%20reached%20100%20units.pdf
swizz
02/11/2014
14:30
The unrestricted use of fossil fuels should be phased out by 2100, if the world is to avoid dangerous climate change, a UN-backed expert panel says. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says in a stark report that most of the world's electricity can - and must - be produced from low-carbon sources by 2050. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-29855884
swizz
02/11/2014
12:15
Global cooling is whats going on .See Chris Brooker Sunday Telegaph , 97M£ to the met dept so they can make even bigger mispredictions . The jolly hockey stick myth , dont you know .
broshm
02/11/2014
11:43
The world temperature has not stayed linear for billions of years lol the world is heating up in a big way! It's a bit like Britains migrant problem, by the time people realise it's to late.Check out this graphhttp://www.isover.com/Q-A/Green-facts-global-challenges/What-is-climate-change
ball deap
01/11/2014
17:50
not done anything to bring back some value for us " investors " this has cost me more than AFC . No more new technology for me . Our government continues to pour our cash down the drains of windmills and HS2 , what value can there be in cutting train time Lon/Brum by 15 mins ,thats if they ever get the HS train to go more than 170 mph .A real highspeed link Heathrow/london wold make sense with linear motor , invented in what once was GREAT BRITAIN > When will they see the need for energy storage/balancing ? How can our few bonfires/powerstations cause a problem when the world has maintained its temperature for 5 billion years , can you get your mind round a billion years ?
broshm
01/11/2014
08:27
Ceramic Fuel Cells announce 500 BlueGEN units now installed SHFCA member Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited (CFCL) has announced that it has achieved an important technical and commercial milestone. On 11 September its service partner, Eneco, commissioned a BlueGEN unit in the Netherlands, representing the 500th unit in the installed and commissioned fleet of systems based on CFCL’s world leading SOFC technology. CFCL is a leading developer of generators that use fuel cell technology to convert natural gas into electricity and heat for homes and other buildings. Earlier this month, the fleet passed the milestone of 5 million accumulated operating hours with demonstrated high levels of reliability and availability. The unit is one of the 45 BlueGEN systems that were sold into the first stage of a virtual power plant (VPP) project on the island of Ameland, in the Netherlands. This is currently one of the largest VPP projects in Europe utilising micro-generation products based on fuel cell technology, and involves a number of project partners, including the leading Dutch gas company, GasTerra. In the context of the developing global markets for products based on CFCL’s technology platform, the achievement of an installed fleet of 500 systems and 5 million accumulated operating hours is significant. According to available industry information this makes CFCL the first fuel cell company outside Japan to achieve this number of micro-CHP installations and accumulated operating hours. Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd is leading the commercialisation of fuel cell based micro-CHP in its initial core markets in Europe, both in terms of number of systems installed and accumulated operating hours. The experience gained from the growing fleet of commercially operating systems installed at customer sites has provided an acceleration of product / technology improvements (e.g. the recently announced degradation reduction) and a clear strategy for CFCL’s cost reduction programmes. This allowed CFCL to identify and address challenges of the route to market; and is leading to improved brand recognition of Ceramic Fuels Cells Ltd and BlueGEN. Having marketed and sold in excess of 600 units, and deployed 500 units into many different product market combinations, Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd has gained extensive experience and insights about how to adapt its marketing and sales strategy in the emerging and increasingly important market for distributed micro-generation.
swizz
28/10/2014
20:48
Boiler that generates electricity 'could cut power bills by £500': Mini power station will provide heating and hot water while fuelling a generator for appliances Flow Energy say their boilers could lead to normal power stations closing New device uses gas to heat liquid similar to coolant used in refrigerators Vapour then causes mechanism to spin - acting as mini-electricity generator Firm say 20 million of its boilers would save UK consumers £4billion a year Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2810404/Boiler-generates-electricity-cut-power-bills-500-Mini-power-station-provide-heating-hot-water-fuelling-generator-appliances.html
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