Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ceramic Fuel LSE:CFU London Ordinary Share AU000000CFU6 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.22p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 3.6 -14.9 -0.7 - 7

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/1/2015
20:42
Rocha16 Do you know something ? surely now is the time for CFU to take off , skywards multi thousand small power stations , I made the mistake to forecast a 1000 , and it was all lost , how many do they need to manufacture to cover costs ? 30 years ago not many even had home central heating , how many now do not have home central heating in the UK ?
broshm
07/1/2015
18:00
hxxp://www.socialinvestmentscotland.com/news-and-events/fuel-poverty-in-scotland-targeted-by-uks-first-funded-fuel-cell-programme/ fuel poverty in scotland targeted by uk’s first funded fuel cell programme 6 jan 2015 ipower is the first customer to receive investment from scotland's £16m social growth fund Low carbon developer and social enterprise, iPower, has launched the UK's first funded fuel cell programme to help combat fuel poverty in Scotland thanks to a £1m investment from the Social Growth Fund. The deal to support iPower is the first investment to be made from the £16m Social Growth Fund which opened for applications in May 2014. Managed by leading lender to the third sector, Social Investment Scotland, the fund brings together £8m from the Scottish Government and £8m from Big Society Capital, the independent financial institution set up to develop and share a sustainable social investment market in the UK. The investment will enable iPower to roll out micro Combined Heat and Power (mCHP) fuel cells, BlueGen, to a number of properties across Scotland. The mCHP fuel cell converts natural gas from the gas network to electricity and heat at the point of use, significantly reducing energy consumption and cutting fuel bills. Despite being only the size of a washing machine, it is capable of producing the same amount of energy as half a tennis court of solar PV panels. iPower will be targeting a range of sites including schools, universities, social housing, council buildings and private care homes with a view to installing the technology for free. Site owners will only pay for the fuel they use and an annual service payment, without being liable for the upfront expenditure for purchasing and installing the machine. The free BlueGEN model has already been piloted with Edinburgh Napier University where iPower can arrange for visitors to see it in action at the university's Merchiston Campus. Since launch the fund, Social Investment Scotland has received more than 70 applications for investment worth more than £18m, highlighting the increasing appetite amongst Scotland's third sector for more sustainable forms of finance. Jon Cape, Director of iPower, said: "iPower is delighted to be working with Social Investment Scotland, and the BlueGEN manufacturers Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd to deliver this programme. Japan now has over 100,000 fuel cell mCHP units installed. We aim to play a leading role in bringing this scale of deployment to Scotland and the UK in coming years, making substantial cuts to energy bills and carbon emissions." Around 70 sites will be supported in the first phase, funded by SIS, and iPower is looking to extend this to a further 350 sites in the coming year. Alastair Davis, Chief Executive of Social Investment Scotland, said: "iPower's fuel cell installation programme has the potential to be a game changer for many public, private and third sector site owners for whom rising energy costs are proving a serious issue. Once scaled up, the scheme will also make a sizable impact on meeting Scotland's carbon reduction targets. "It's fantastic to see investment finance from our new Social Growth Fund beginning to make a difference on the ground. We've seen high levels of interest in the fund since it launched earlier this year and look forward to announcing further investments in the coming months." The development stage of the project has previously received funding support from the Scottish EDGE, a funding competition delivered by Scottish Enterprise in partnership with other public and private sector organisations. iPower also works closely with the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP)'s Resource Efficient Business Models (REBus) scheme which is working with sites to help them develop their business models to achieve energy efficiency. Most of the 70 sites in the Phase One programme are committed but there is still scope for new site owners to join the programme. Site owners looking to find out more about the technology and what it could do for their buildings should visit www.iPoweruk.com.
paul the octopus
06/1/2015
11:10
Near 8M shares traded and no change to share price . Theres a bad smell in the state of AIM
broshm
28/12/2014
21:59
This share may slip into administration; be careful
rocha16
24/12/2014
10:45
hmm, loans converted at 0.26p, guess another fall might be coming
paul the octopus
23/12/2014
12:09
they are good in issueing shares but not to keep up with promises, recent one as below which we are now approaching end of December and they forgot to say anything about the iPower deal, was they dreaming or something?"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."
paul the octopus
22/12/2014
08:32
This stock is a absolute dog. Bad management and lazy sales people have effectively stolen millions off the share holders. If you want a good return on your money stay away from stocks where the management do drugs,
ball deap
20/12/2014
22:22
£500 looks a good punt on what I am down !
broshm
20/12/2014
22:11
Glo high hopes , dont get raped .
broshm
19/12/2014
13:12
Just took another 150k at 0.367, still a hit and hope for next year.
investalvirgin
16/12/2014
10:40
Where are these multi mini power station sales ?? this year , next year ,......
broshm
08/12/2014
17:56
The directors and sales staff have lived high off the share holders, drinking the finest champaign and eating beluga caviar. You have as much chance of CFU hitting 2006 levels as a UK politician eating a pot noodle at a dinner party.
ball deap
08/12/2014
15:38
if CFU made toilet paper...
cool_hand
08/12/2014
15:19
people dream of netting a 10 bagger , no hope for over 100 bagger ! What terrible dilution this has suffered .
broshm
07/12/2014
20:03
Still waiting to see this go back to 2006 levels of 48p.
ball deap
05/12/2014
17:40
Mcap £M10.8 Assets listed at £M26.3 any ideas what the current situation may be . where is this company going ?
broshm
03/12/2014
08:53
Can buy at 0.400 (not sure if that's a good thing)
investalvirgin
02/12/2014
14:47
Both buys showing as sells today.
investalvirgin
28/11/2014
19:17
can price go any lower?
cool_hand
28/11/2014
18:25
Bd is that what u do ?They need 100 + mini power stations to get near a profit on unit sales .What happened after the loss of 1000 units to whoever ?
broshm
24/11/2014
06:58
Circa 13% take up of rights.......GL S
swizz
20/11/2014
07:31
MD presentation and Chairmans address.....GL S http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20141120/pdf/42tw43ccpxggfw.pdf http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20141120/pdf/42tw4bpzcwdthh.pdf
swizz
18/11/2014
17:54
AIM shares share price drops out of the a end of the world on almost nil turnover . 5.5 million sales/buys , fantastic news , fa influence on highly diluted holdings which are almost worthless now . Who is making the profits ?
broshm
17/11/2014
20:55
Comment from Bob K....GL S http://www.brrmedia.co.uk/event/132806
swizz
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