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
  +0.36p +0.21% 174.00p 173.00p 175.00p 182.00p 172.00p 173.00p 144,294 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 6.3 -11.9 -1.0 - 234.90

Ceres Power Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/10/2018
20:09
RNS 11th October. Long term incentive plan. Directors to achieve challenging commercial and share price targets. Not sure yet what the share price target is for the directors to exercise their share options. Am I wrong to believe that it shows a confidence that should benefit all shareholders? z
zeppo
11/10/2018
17:37
Dreadful market. Will weekend financial press be positive on CWR? z
zeppo
10/10/2018
13:44
I believe there is potential for this company to become big because of the backing of major companies. http://bit.ly/2RGhzW3
walbrock82
10/10/2018
12:19
A bit of patience required here I think, perhaps some buying opportunities on the horizon near term. We do need to see a commercial product from one of our partners. Its the product and potential combined that will move the market cap - that said it will be interesting to see how an order book of 30 million units translates into £££;.
nivison
10/10/2018
05:30
Hi Scrutable Just saying its a fair value now based on all the factors that you mention but there is no commercial product yet. Still a way off by the looks of things. Disappointed by lack of domestic chp progress.
angus17
10/10/2018
00:43
Angus: Ceres have enough cash to support the next 2-3 years growth and could easily get more if needed. Their market position is world leading. The key to value lies in the intangible assets, which in our conservative accounting culture (always the view in the rear mirror - never measuring forward value) are never shown by our discouraging accounting rules yet are clearly worth more than zero. The high value of the intangible assets. company and its IP is worth a lot of money to its much stronger collaborators and any potential, but hypothetical bidder. Robert Bosch and Weichai have put a lot of money into the company, reflecting the value. Why do they think it's worth more than you do? .
scrutable
09/10/2018
21:30
post 6122 of 6127 you forgottomention we are still 2 years off making any profit as losses widen
ben chod
09/10/2018
21:08
II's Presentation Slides up on website.
smokey 1o3
09/10/2018
15:40
I thought a very sober Commentary from the Chairman and CEO; the latter was right to mention the challenges of competing priorities and the issues with scale up. At the recent AGM's, I have been impressed by the quality of management and depth on the bench and this will be key, as they recognise, over the next twelve months and beyond. I was not expecting any hard news, especially after Monday's announcement; that said I was hoping we would have progressed more with Cummins, but perhaps I am over optimistic. I do not currently anticipate buying or selling.
cerrito
09/10/2018
14:50
Looking good! Abroad this coming weekend. Hope others can post any comment in the financial press. z
zeppo
09/10/2018
09:25
Agree and agree. However,don't forget the company has a market cap of about 1/4 billion pounds some of which is cash I know. The markets have this value on a company that doesn't yet have a commercial product. When and I am pretty sure there is too much interest to suggest more than an "if" a viable product is launched then we are in for fun and games. I'm hoping that this will become the standard across industries. If this happens we will all be very wealthy even if you buy at today's price.
angus17
09/10/2018
08:47
Well put. Tremendous results ignored by the market. Pleased I added - and, once funds allow, will continue to add.
folderboy
09/10/2018
08:46
No company anywhere on the LSE has this level of order growth. There are clearly too few people around who, as engineers, can realise the enormous significance of these successes - particularly the potential this year with Robert Bosch in power tools, and in buses (then HGVs) with Weichai; and a bit later in the automotive sector as Nissan leads the way to replace the reciprocating combustion engine. Otherwise the share price would be exploding now. Perhaps it will still do before the numbers in the accounts and hindsight reveal this new truth to all and as as the press picks this up and explains repetitively over time. Ceres is the clear world leader in a technology revolutionising global distributed energy production and at the same time, doing the same thing in personal transportation ie cars and small vans. Arguably the greatest disruption to come in industry after digitisation and the internet
scrutable
09/10/2018
07:52
Order book of 30 mill is pretty encouraging!
bonzo
08/10/2018
11:47
Folderboy Likewise. Tomorrow's Full Year Results and the two months to the AGM on 5th December could restore the earlier confidence. This is a dire stock market. Those who have already done well in this could be switching bargains elsewhere. z
zeppo
08/10/2018
11:45
The markets already knew about the move and expansion. The RNS gave away nothing new. Think your added investment still a good move Folderboy
angus17
08/10/2018
11:34
Somewhat surprised by the fall in share price here. Guess I am also annoyed having added this morning on the news!
folderboy
08/10/2018
07:34
I hope not Dozey as I want one. I see this announcement as hugely positive. The extra capacity just might be for domestic chp too.
angus17
08/10/2018
07:15
Here is today’s rns: https://www.investegate.co.uk/ceres-power-holdings--cwr-/rns/new-fuel-cell-manufacturing-facility-launched/201810080700052051D/ Appears to be another stride towards large-scale out-licensed production, though the prospects of domestic use seem to have receded into the background and has probably been found non-viable.
dozey3
07/10/2018
10:33
Today's Sunday Telegraph Business Section: 'Fuel cell developer Ceres creates 60 engineering jobs.' by Hannah Boland Great news ahead of Tuesday's FY figures! z
zeppo
02/10/2018
15:15
Time to follow the money. The last few days there have been some significant lumpy buys. Hmmmmmm
angus17
25/9/2018
18:56
I would be very surprised if there is a connection between today's fall in share price and the board change. Note that the Board composition even after today's change does not reflect the maturity of CWR and its shareholder base. Before today it had 4 non execs and 7 execs and now we are at 5 and 6; it seems to me that the Board is plenty big enough and one more exec will need to walk the plank to be replaced by a non exec-for me ideally someone who has had good experience in working for a big multinational-even better one from the Far East, I guess inevitable that after this rise the share price drifts back and no doubt the prelims will be the next source of news- I will be looking at where we are on the factory and also on the modular 10kW power-only system for Cummins and the US Department of Energy (DoE). PS Going through my notes, I reminded myself that Weichai and Bosch have had a relationship pre CWR.
cerrito
25/9/2018
16:29
Wechai are sponsors of Ferrari F1 team.
smokey 1o3
25/9/2018
15:21
Markets obviously think little of her
angus17
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