Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ceres Power Holdings LSE:CWR London Ordinary Share GB00B0351429 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.05p +0.34% 14.90p 14.80p 15.00p 15.00p 14.80p 15.00p 1,017,332 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 3.1 -11.4 -1.0 - 151.35

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/1/2018
12:41
yes very large volumes but interestingly its a very evenly matched buying and selling. Looks like one large holder ditching whilst somebody else accumulating.
angus17
15/1/2018
13:43
High volumes?
renniks2016
12/1/2018
19:16
History will tell you it's 50% blend as Towns Gas. Sometime ago Leeds H21 was dubbed as being the first hydrogen city hub; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eR5oZHRCouM If Caldwell looking to site his new manufacturing plant Yorkshire marks the spot.
pr4w2b0y
12/1/2018
15:46
Energy networks prepare to blend hydrogen into the gas grid for the first time hTtp://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/01/06/hydrogen "The ambitious project, which is being supported by government-backed innovation funding, officially launches next month." Suggestion is that this to save on carbon. May well be a good thing for the environment but a methane/hydrogen blend would produce less heat. Interesting that Innovation funding helped Ceres and government backed innovation funding is also behind this move to blend methane/hydrogen Anyone know about the efficiency of a blended methane/hydrogen fuel with the Ceres fuel cell
muffinhead
12/1/2018
12:54
hxxps://www.bmwblog.com/2017/10/16/bmw-still-working-fuel-cell-vehicles/ Having read that the new BMW i3s model can be bought either as pure electric or with a 650cc twin-cylinder range-extending generator. There is no reason why the range extender cannot be hydrogen. It's incredible that this has gone unnoticed.
pr4w2b0y
12/1/2018
09:40
Maybe one of the "partners" will invest for a stake in the company... pocket change for one of Caldwell's "fortune 500" companies at current valuation Margins around 50% currently. Not sure how many cells will be sold but potentially huge number.... mega HUGE and chuck off cash Debt free balance sheet currently with cash Balance sheet has approx £120 million in tax losses from past investment. So close to current company valuation and tax losses can be used against future profits Technology IP can be licensed to allow rapid expansion by partners around the world. This technology can transform for people's lives imo Like it
muffinhead
11/1/2018
17:08
agree - funds will be required to set up / expand manufacturing in Japan and US. Good long term prospect though. shame she didn't ask him "where's the money going to come from"?
robbiekeane
11/1/2018
16:56
Cerrito Which news? Perhaps this interview: https://youtu.be/5CDZpLPf34Y
gobbe
11/1/2018
15:09
At 4:29 additional investment additional capacity = new plant manufacturing steel cells, get ready for a rights issue.
pr4w2b0y
11/1/2018
15:06
"http"://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/8598/fuel-cell-specialist-cerespower-fully-charged-for-20189
pr4w2b0y
11/1/2018
15:05
Cerrito Which news?
smokey 1o3
11/1/2018
14:41
Did he say "We're gonna be Rich, really f#c£in Rich, cos we've nailed this Sector, the applications of the technology and are nailing all appropriate Markets for it too" ??? Hope so ;-)
pottermagic2310
10/1/2018
14:11
Their technology is going into 4 or 5 separate business areas of their partners. it just needs 1 of those business areas to hit the big time and this will be marked up to several times the current price in my view.
pierre oreilly
10/1/2018
10:15
Berenberg target price reached; lets see if it can hold up.
pr4w2b0y
10/1/2018
08:45
http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/CWR/13490808.html Yes !
pottermagic2310
10/1/2018
07:53
CERES POWER SIGNS FIFTH DEVELOPMENT PARTNER
skinny
10/1/2018
07:16
Smokey, Thank you for posting that link, I found the report very interesting. FD
fredd
09/1/2018
12:03
This report [see link below] was made in June 2017 on progress with the Cummins project which I have not seen before. A lot of detail which some of you geeks may have some comment about, particularly slide 12 on degradation. But to me what is interesting is the New Cell with a larger active area [80cm increased to 225 cm]is reported as being completed. I had not realised that Pacific North West National Laboratory [PNNL} and the University of Connecticut [UConn] are also involved. With Cummins, Microsoft, PNNL and UConn, Ceres is flying with the best. As I see it we should hear something further very shortly as project FE 27844 must be coming to an end . hxxps://www.netl.doe.gov/File Library/Events/2017/sofc proceedings/monday/Charles-Vesely.pdf
smokey 1o3
08/1/2018
19:44
hTTps://www.seattletimes.com/business/microsoft/microsoft-makes-a-crazy-bet-on-fuel-cells-to-feed-power-hungry-data-centers/
blue sky territory
08/1/2018
09:43
Whois Brammo?
smokey 1o3
08/1/2018
09:20
Noted and posted a while back on the alt thread. If you dig deeper you will find the European fuel cell co is in fact mentioned, there's plenty of 'solid' references. More than just powering data centres, though not confirmed CWR Steele cells may be used in the advanced energy lab project developing a 10kw cell to power data centers, hospitals, stores and other commercial buildings. "Microsoft is a giant in its industry. The company’s cloud infrastructure includes more than 100 datacenters around the world. It hosts more than 200 cloud services including Bing, MSN, Office 365, Xbox Live and the Microsoft Azure cloud platform." Also check out the Cummins article Brammo co recently acquired.
pr4w2b0y
08/1/2018
00:25
Also this. See the caption to he photo. hxxps://www.seattletimes.com/business/microsoft/microsoft-makes-a-crazy-bet-on-fuel-cells-to-feed-power-hungry-data-centers/
smokey 1o3
07/1/2018
13:50
This I think strongly suggests a Microsoft - Cummins - Ceres collaboration of some considerable significance. Microsoft Deploys Fuel Cells into the Core of World’s First Gas Data Center Adam Forni — October 12, 2017 Fuel cells have been used to power data centers for years, with players including Apple, eBay, and Equinix all making big investments in the technology. But while most fuel cells power data center facilities from the outside, Microsoft just built a pilot data center with the fuel cells installed right on the racks. This is a shift that could radically simplify future data center infrastructure and improve energy efficiency in these energy-hungry facilities. The big investments noted above notwithstanding, fuel cells have only captured a small fraction of data center market share. New types of deployments like Microsoft’s data center could help drive fuel cells toward the segment’s mainstream. A Unique Fuel Cell Application The unique design routes natural gas piping directly to the server racks, which could help eliminate a significant amount of electrical wiring, gear, and controls typical to data centers. A photo from Microsoft’s blog post depicts at least five devices that appear to be fuel cells positioned atop the rack. At an assumed 5 kW-10 kW per rack, the 20 racks likely represent a load of 100 kW-200 kW. The deployment is a good fit for fuel cells since they can be readily scaled in size to match load. That is, a given system can add or remove individual cells or stacks to precisely match demand, a feat not possible with more monolithic alternatives like generator sets (gensets) or microturbines. There are some potential challenges with this configuration. Installing that much fuel cell support infrastructure (exhaust flue, gas piping, and controls, etc.) could impose significant cost on installations, and maintenance on all those systems could be more taxing than on a single multi-megawatt system installed outdoors. And gas-powered systems generally face the challenge of gas grid outages. Though these are rarer than electric grid outages, they represent a concern—especially in seismic zones like those on the US West Coast. When an outage occurs, many data centers still rely on diesel backup generators since the fuel can be stored onsite. Despite these challenges, this type of deployment shows promise, thanks to ongoing fuel cell technology improvements and the low cost of natural gas. New Players Enter the Arena Microsoft mentions project partners McKinstry, a design-build construction firm, and Cummins, an engine and genset manufacturer. Though the fuel cell provider is not noted, Cummins teamed up with UK-based Ceres Power Holdings PLC to develop solid oxide fuel cells for data centers under a Department of Energy (DOE) award in 2016. The award specifies a minimum efficiency of 60% and a capacity of 5 kW scalable to 100 kW. That efficiency is slightly below the 65% (lower heating value) efficiency listed by Bloom Energy, which has largely dominated data center fuel cell deployments to date—though its systems are larger. Regardless of the approach, the high efficiency and consistent energy output of fuel cells is a good match for data centers at large. While the current design operates on natural gas, a modified future system using pure hydrogen storage could help zero-carbon data centers incorporate intermittent renewable power. That is, the intermittency of renewables like solar PV has historically limited adoption on data center sites, which form a consistent load. If, however, that PV or wind system could generate hydrogen using an electrolyzer in a power-to-gas configuration, the energy could be stored to consistently power the data center via fuel cells. These types of innovations could represent a massive opportunity. According to Yole Développement, data centers used 1.6% of global power production in 2015 and are anticipated to grow to 1.9% in 2020. By any measure, the opportunities in this space loom large.
smokey 1o3
05/1/2018
13:32
These slides were introduced at AGM but only about 1/3 of them were reviewed due to time constraints. Quite interesting and well presented but nothing new. https://seekingalpha.com/article/4111907-ceres-power-holdings-plc-2017-q4-results-earnings-call-slides
smokey 1o3
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