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
  +0.00p +0.00% 12.75p 12.50p 13.25p 12.75p 12.75p 12.75p 10,000 11:53:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 3.1 -11.4 -1.0 - 129.24

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21/11/2017
11:58
This is what they said in October. "Agreement signed in May 2017 with an existing Global OEM to develop a residential CHP system. On track to sign fifth partner by the end of 2017." I believe the May 2017 entity is likely the existing Navien connection and we are due another announcement of a 5th Partner. When?
smokey 1o3
21/11/2017
11:40
Scrutable. Does this help? SPS starts major new project 13th June 2017/in Events / We are delighted to announce that SPS will be collaborating with one of its longest standing customers Ceres Power Ltd. on a new Innovate UK project for the next 18 months. This is aimed at taking the existing fully-qualified compact power electronics (PE) system for domestic micro CHP and making it production ready for other markets including the Far East. The existing PE unit has been in constant use for 8 years at Ceres Power, including the SteelGen™ units deployed with British Gas in the European funded ene.field programme. SPS is looking forward to the opportunity to apply the latest technologies to the system as well as gain experience in different geographical markets each of which has their own challenges.
smokey 1o3
20/11/2017
19:14
I have to say I'm on the edge of my seat with this one... again.... please, please let it be a big moment in this Business's history at long last
pottermagic2310
20/11/2017
14:33
Scroot, News from Pedants' Corner. I can tell you exactly who the licensor will be. It will be ....... Ceres Power! More interesting will be the identity of the licensee.
tradertrev
20/11/2017
13:56
I wonder how many holders of CWR, hope, as I do, for, or even expect, an RNS coinciding with the AGM to announce commercialisation of the Steel Cell for CHP boilers as targeted for Q4 2017 by Phil Cawdwell, I think at the 2016 AGM. The licensor remained undisclosed but could be BG with whom Ceres was known to be in touch some years back, or KD Navien the $5b turover global boiler manufacturer from SKorea, which has been selling its boilers from its European HQ in Sheffield. We were told that several execs had at the time been trialing the first Steel Cell fired boilers in their own homes. There was no word of difficulties. There has been no mention of the timetable for commercial launch falling behind target, so I am left hopeful.
scrutable
20/11/2017
11:10
I believe that Elon Musk is heading for disaster, with his disproportionate bet on lithium-Ion batteries, not only for their dependence on scarce cobalt supplies, but which will also to be shortlived, particularly when rapidly charged ie within say 5 years, and expensive to replace. It is only thinly known that the liquid vanadium carbonate electrolyte in the Redox flow battery which is just becoming a realistic alternative technology, can be charged and recharged almost ad infinitum. Those interested in this burgeoning competition should DYOR on the timy company RED-T, which has this year seeded 20 or so countries with their first Redox electrical storage solutions for surplus wind and solar energy , including off grid replacements in desert environments for diesel generation. The recent 1MW order from Monash University (Melbourne), one of the largest universities in the world will become a key reference site.
scrutable
20/11/2017
11:05
interesting that could account for the drop in Tesla model3 sales but even Musk cant missatrick with hydrogen hxxp://www.thedrive.com/sheetmetal/15797/meet-project-hesla-the-first-hydrogen-powered-tesla-model-s
ben chod
20/11/2017
09:32
Just a thought but all the electric vehicles will require a massive increase in the supply of copper - does that mean investment in mining is a good bet or maybe there isn't the copper to build all the electric cars. Interestingly hydrogen can be used in an internal combustion engine so maybe the old gas engine could die on a rising sales curve. Anyhow something seems odd - all the vehicle makers chasing electric cars but not much talked about copper supply and the demand on the energy grid - irrespective of lithium and cobalt.
colsmith
19/11/2017
20:12
just to make sure you have all got AGM in your diary-Horsham, Dec 6, 2pm
cerrito
14/11/2017
09:58
Thanks Colsmith It's all gathering momentum
angus17
08/11/2017
09:39
But CERES cells can run on natural gas so the energy source in pr4 link (electricity) isn't the only way to get a fuel cell vehicle charged! And conceivable natural gas could be piped thru from the home as the advantage quoted for battery vehicles that can be charged at home. Maybe fuel cell & natural gas not only hydrogen is the way forward. And of course batteries need lithium and cobalt - and cobalt (blue gold) isn't apparently currently that easy to get at commercially. Not sure why they call them lithium batteries when only a small % of lithium is used but 10 of % cobalt. Data centre trials (such as Microsoft) pipe gas to the rack and fuel cells to convert to electricity, maybe that's the way forward?
colsmith
08/11/2017
08:42
Yes I would like to know when they are going make these power generators available for business and domestic use anybody know when they intend to do this. I also think that the way forward for vehicles are fuel cells but I can see a hybrid of battery and fuel cells,the vehicles just need to be cheaper and the infrastructure needs to be in place. I am a new holder of this share.
craftyvixen
07/11/2017
21:33
Personally I am more interested in the data centre technology and home boiler / generator option. I am not sure which way the future lies for vehicles, no one is (apart from the self confident Mr Musk)
nivison
03/11/2017
12:36
Ceres won the innovative product award at the chemistry oscars last night in brum
capt bligh
02/11/2017
09:16
Gobbe, I think you are referring to Advanced Energy Lab, check out the articles on geekwire & seattletimes - the links are on the thread that was created recently. If anything it will have you salivating around Microsoft, McKinstry, and Cummins JV and to think Mark Selby was linked to Sean James a while ago. DCs are just one arm of Ceres business model.
pr4w2b0y
01/11/2017
17:07
you figuredout
ben chod
31/10/2017
20:26
Something is happening: "They generate electricity through a chemical reaction involving natural gas, hydrogen or a biofuel. Companies developing them including Ballard Power Systems Inc., Ceres Power Holdings Plc and FuelCell Energy Inc. are also seeking to put them into home heating and to extend the range of electric vehicles." https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-10-31/fuel-cells-backed-by-microsoft-for-power-hungry-data-centers
gobbe
31/10/2017
16:29
hTTps://www.geekwire.com/2017/fuel-cells-power-microsofts-vthe-future-of-energy/ hTTps://fuelcellsworks.com/news/cummins-mckinstry-and-microsoft-open-doors-to-their-advanced-energy-lab-computer-data-center-powere
pr4w2b0y
30/10/2017
11:04
ThanksGobbe
angus17
30/10/2017
10:58
Found this: "Nissan Showed a prototype vehicle in Brazil equipped with a SOFC-powered system that runs on bio- ethanol Nissan says the technology may be ready for vehicles in 2020 81 Nissan Motor Manufacturing, Ceres Power and M-Solv formed a consortium to develop a compact, on-board SOFC stack for electric vehicle range extension" See page 14 here: https://energy.gov/sites/prod/files/2017/10/f37/fcto_2016_market_report.pdf I guess that must be this car: https://newatlas.com/nissan-solid-oxide-fuel-cell-brazil-rio/44756/
gobbe
25/10/2017
13:34
Seem to be holding our head above water
pottermagic2310
25/10/2017
08:47
hTTps://www.seattletimes.com/business/microsoft/microsoft-makes-a-crazy-bet-on-fuel-cells-to-feed-power-hungry-data-centers/
pr4w2b0y
24/10/2017
07:17
https://www.ft.com/content/98080634-a1d6-11e7-8d56-98a09be71849
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