Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ceres Power Holdings LSE:CWR London Ordinary Share GB00BG5KQW09 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 159.00p 155.00p 159.90p - - - 7,722 13:54:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 3.1 -11.4 -1.0 - 204.04

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/8/2018
17:14
Brian Hicks sure knows how to talk up a stock. Thanks pal. I bought mine a few years back. However, I can tell that like me you are not a chemist. Hydrogen is NOT the most abundant element etc.. I don't have the figures , but it can't come close to Nitrogen. Surprisingly I vaguely recall that Aluminium is the most abundant and almost the most difficult to separate.
stocktonian1
08/8/2018
12:54
TRAD - I suggest its Market Cap not the seller of the most vehicles but who knows, anyhow that aside is it not the future look on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells. I guess for cars the weight is another point the current battery cars are heavy as the battery is weighty just like your iPhone take out the battery and it would almost float! And weight take energy to move another negative for the battery cars.
colsmith
08/8/2018
12:25
Potential for ITM with Toyota's vision
mdalos1
08/8/2018
11:36
"With a market capitalization of nearly $200 billion and $266 billion in annual sales, Toyota is by far the largest automaker in the world. In fact, no other automobile company comes close." This chap appears to have never heard of a little company called Volkswagen AG. Evidently just another tipster.
tradertrev
08/8/2018
09:49
interesting! -------------- Time to buy fuel cell stocks By Brian Hicks Written Aug. 07, 2018 Two weeks ago, automobile maker Toyota made a major decision that will not just impact the future of the Japanese car giant, but could alter the global transportation and possibly the global energy market for years to come. It will also positively impact investors in a small but quickly developing tech industry. Toyota announced it is “doubling down on its investment in hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (FCV) designing lower-cost, mass-market passenger cars and SUVs and pushing the technology into buses and trucks to build economies of scale.” Why is this so significant? Easy. With a market capitalization of nearly $200 billion and $266 billion in annual sales, Toyota is by far the largest automaker in the world. In fact, no other automobile company comes close. To put this in perspective, here are the market caps of some of the other top global automakers: Company Market Cap (billions) General Motors $53 Ford $40 BMW $54 Fiat-Chrysler $26 Honda $55 Nissan $37 In terms of market valuation, Toyota is twice the size of the entire U.S. auto industry. So when the king of the hill declares it’s going all in on hydrogen fuel cells as its future power source for its automobiles, you have to take notice. Period. According to Toyota: We’re going to shift from limited production to mass production, reduce the amount of expensive materials like platinum used in FCV components, and make the system more compact and powerful. The company is planning a phased introduction of other FCV models, including a range of SUVs, pick-up trucks, and commercial trucks beginning around 2025. Toyota sees hydrogen as the future fuel for the next 100 years. What are the benefits of hydrogen fuel cells? Several: Impressive driving range Clean energy (zero emissions) Nearly limitless fuel source Efficient (there are no moving parts in a fuel cell) Renewable Let me talk about the first benefit, driving range. Toyota intends to push the driving range of its fuel cell vehicle, the Mirai, to hit 1,000 kilometers by 2025. That’s a range of over 600 miles on a single tank. One of the obstacles to mass adoption of electric vehicles like the Tesla and Chevy Volt is something known as “range anxiety.” In other words, Americans are concerned they’ll run out of a charge before making it to a charging station. In my more youthful years, it was nothing for me to pack up my car and head to the Eastern Shore for the day. A one-way trip to Ocean City, Maryland, is 150 miles. If I came back that night, the round trip is 300 miles. And, of course, there was no shortage of gas stations on the route. Filling my tank took less than five minutes. For comparison, the Tesla Model S has a range of 270 miles on a single full charge. And charging it takes no less than 20 minutes. The differences don’t end there. Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe and stores more energy than a battery of equivalent weight. This is one of the reasons the U.S. military is testing hydrogen fuel cells as its primary fuel source. It’s limitless, can power just about everything (not just vehicles), and is silent and gives off no heat signature, a major plus for the military, which relies on stealth. As Toyota and the U.S. military continue to explore, develop, and adopt hydrogen fuel cells as their power source, you can expect hydrogen fuel cell stocks to come into focus by investors. Hydrogen fuel cell stocks have a long history of boom and bust cycles. But just a casual glance at some of the more popular names in this space shows this industry is ripe for a breakout. Toyota will be the spark that ignites the next rally. 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colsmith
06/8/2018
09:09
What announcement, where ?
mdalos1
06/8/2018
08:03
Any Chinese speakers on this board. Please translate today's Chinese announcement
tonsil
02/8/2018
11:38
This is what APC say about the project which according to them the paymasters is for light commercial vehicles. Rather surprised at these comments given that as a long suffering ITM shareholder they are very gungho on the return to base market. quote Ceres Power: battery electric vehicles are among the core technologies that will enable the significant reduction of emission and pollutants in city centers and urban areas. Ceres will lead a project, with the support of Nissan, to develop a compact, high power density, solid oxide fuel cell specifically designed to extend the range of electric light commercial vehicles. This programme addresses commercial vehicles, one of the most challenging to decarbonise aspects of the transport system, and will demonstrate the scalability of the technology to other automotive segments. unquote
cerrito
02/8/2018
09:57
Surprised at the muted reaction. I can see that it will take three years to get the product on the road, but Nissan have big plans in the EV space so I find this announcement highly encouraging. However I have enough of these for the moment but will closely watch developments.
fredd
02/8/2018
09:44
Incredible that the good news triggered a string of sales instead of the opposite - buying on higher expectations for a future industry/world leader!
scrutable
02/8/2018
09:39
Excellent news, but does this mean that CWR believe it will take 3 years to commercialise the Nissan product?
scrutable
02/8/2018
08:45
Ceres Power (CWR) News Out Just Now http://crweworld.com/article/news-provided-by-business-wire/758758/ceres-wins-7m-uk-funding-to-support-electric-vehicle-application-with-nissan
danieldanj
02/8/2018
07:20
Not just news - very good news.
folderboy
02/8/2018
07:17
News! TIDMCWR RNS Number : 5501W Ceres Power Holdings plc 02 August 2018 2 August 2018 Ceres Power Holdings Plc ("Ceres Power" or the "Company") Ceres wins GBP7m UK funding to support electric vehicle application with Nissan Ceres Power (AIM: CWR, "Ceres Power"), developer of the SteelCell(R), a world-leading, low cost Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) technology, is pleased to announce it has entered into a new partnership with Nissan to further develop fuel cell technology for EV applications. Ceres Power and The Welding Institute ("TWI") have been awarded a total of GBP8m UK government funding through the Advanced Propulsion Centre ("APC") for this project. Continues.....
fredd
26/7/2018
11:38
Last Year the Full Year Figures were on 4th October. If this year's figures come out around last year's date then we only have just over two months to wait before a progress update. z
zeppo
26/7/2018
11:26
new premises announcement could be any moment I think they will announce something else at the same time.
angus17
26/7/2018
11:10
mdalos1 Without positive news, I believe that the price will contract. Patience may be necessary until the Full Year update. IMHO, with numerous partners engaged in joint development of the cells it requires news of a commitment to large scale manufacture. Sticking with it. z
zeppo
19/7/2018
10:48
Anyone know what the rise is based on? Can’t find any news
windsor430
19/7/2018
10:25
yep I sold a few 16.3p and then pop....
ukgeorge
19/7/2018
10:06
Big spread today
tdog1975
14/7/2018
13:09
thanks guys for the pointers - found the alert in my TDW (iii) account now.
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