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
  +0.125p +1.08% 11.75p 11.25p 12.00p 11.75p 11.50p 11.50p 392,791 13:40:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.3 -11.6 -1.3 - 118.97

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24/7/2017
10:23
The first phase of a four-year £246m Government investment into battery technology is being launched to make batteries more accessible and affordable. Business and Energy Secretary Greg Clark will unveil details of the first phase, known as the Faraday Challenge, on Monday. This will include a £45m competition to establish a centre for battery research which he says will help make the UK a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of electric batteries. This will be spearheaded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to bring the best minds and facilities together to create a 'battery institute'. A three-month consultation earlier this year on an industrial strategy to increase UK productivity and growth attracted more than 1,900 written responses from businesses and organisations. A shift to cleaner energy and technologies such as electric cars has made the design, development and manufacture of batteries a top industrial priority. The long-term vision also includes creating giant battery facilities around the National Grid to store excess wind and solar energy for when demand rises.
rosejs2
24/7/2017
08:43
Sorry, got carried away. Sincere apologies to all ten-year-old schoolchildren.
dozey3
24/7/2017
08:40
Just heard 'Today' programme. Talked like a ten-year-old schoolchild as if solar panels were a new innovation and large batteries something only thought about overseas. No mention of British developments, grid resilience, AI. Presenter had done no homework - Arts degree no doubt. So disappointing.
dozey3
23/7/2017
21:16
Personally I think the future is hybrid vehicles rather than pure electrical. The idea of standing around in the rain with a cable hanging from the car to a kerbside charger is dangerous. In some countries you will have your car stolen at knifepoint. Women will want a fuel cell generating electricity as a range extender for convenience and long trips, while plugging in at home securely. Nissan unveils world's first Solid-Oxide Fuel Cell vehicle...prototype vehicle converts bi-ethanol to hydrogen and the hydrogen is used by the fuel cell Cruising range of 600 kilometers!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HF-eE8pRzMw Ceres fuel cell works with natural gas, bio-fuels and hydrogen explained 2mins into video No wonder Nissan is working with Ceres https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCs9OOHP-0o Ceres: Enabling Electric Vehicles to go the distance hTtps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbXD_lVGjKI
muffinhead
23/7/2017
20:32
I am hopeful Cummins makes something of Ceres fuel cells for data centres hTtp://www.cumminspowerblog.com/en/2016/09/13/cummins-teams-ceres-power-develop-fuel-cell-technology-data-centers/ I have been looking at the Cummins website. They make a range of residential generators. The efficiency of the fuel cell would be a huge market advantage for Cummins imo hTtp://power.cummins.com/distributed-generation-peaking-power
muffinhead
23/7/2017
20:22
Agreed Rosey & Dozey
pottermagic2310
23/7/2017
14:31
Well I hope the business secretary has heard of CWR and also RED with its vanadium flow storage, and doesn't get suckered by the first Chinese or Japanese company to make exaggerated claims. I sometimes wonder if British governments (of whichever hue) take our medium/long-term interests into account. I'm long both of these BTW.
dozey3
23/7/2017
12:21
From today's Daily Mail.... This just might be the breakthrough that Ceres need to confirm its technological superiority.. Giant rechargeable batteries could soon be installed in Britain to aid green energy facilities. The business secretary Greg Clark is expected to announce plans this week to install the batteries near wind and solar panel farms to help the energy resources continue to supply households when demand increases. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4721646/Rechargeable-batteries-installed-Britain.html#ixzz4neWu8jlK
rosejs2
07/7/2017
14:45
Accumulated losses (CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION...As at 31 December 2016) £104 million I am not an accountant but assume the accumulated losses will become useful at some stage for offsetting against tax? Ceres would be pocket change for one of "committed itself to signing five global engineering companies as customers in joint development agreements by the end of 2017 and being in two launch programmes with OEM partners by the end of 2018" hTtp://www.cerespower.com/investors/regulatory-news/rns-announcement/w1dmm6w About £110 million accumulated losses and £16million cash June 2017... more than current market capitalisation. I have no idea what the fuel cell IP is worth
muffinhead
04/7/2017
12:18
I see that CWR are half following the example of ITM and ditching Zeus: ITM ditched them completely for Investec and CWR still keep them on as a joint broker.
cerrito
28/6/2017
10:18
We could still get closer to 10 depending on the news flow. I entered at 7p so very happy for it to fall back temporarily for me to buy more.
tomhilton
28/6/2017
09:48
Bought my second lot today. Great rns a cou7ple of weeks ago, very positive and points to sales and revenues picking up, with further jvs coming to fruition. Just waited a couple of weeks for the euphoria to be taken out of the price, so today looks the ideal time for a further slice to me.
pierre oreilly
19/6/2017
20:08
There was an encouraging trading update last Tuesday.
gnnmartin
19/6/2017
18:26
The share price seems to be up by a third in the last week or so and yet this board is like the Marie Celeste. Is there any good reason for the surge other than that it was seriously undervalued before?
dozey3
16/6/2017
18:01
I foresee the day when these are valued in pounds once again. Early 2020's I would say.
tonsil
16/6/2017
15:25
It's been a while since I held these (when they were pounds rather than pence :) ) but the chart breakout has got my attention. The market cap is about £120m at 12p, turnover has just doubled to £4m, quite a price to sales ratio, has anyone done some numbers showing this will be £100m's or £1bn's turnover at some stage, or is it "finger in the air"
mog
16/6/2017
14:56
With their steel cell design Ceres can be the ARM of fuel cell providers. Even if big companies start off with PM catalysts they can still switch to the steel cell model as cost pressures grow.
tonsil
16/6/2017
13:38
Could first mover advatage have been lost ? Cannot find any reference to Panasonic being one of our partners. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-06-16/panasonic-aims-to-expand-home-fuel-cell-system-market-in-europe
pugugly
16/6/2017
10:18
12p and rising
tomhilton
14/6/2017
12:15
CWR has already announced end year 2017 for the commercial launch of a CHP device for businesses, That could be KD Navien. It could equally well be the project running somewhat later to a conclusion for something similar for domestic use in 2018. The full year results for the FY ending June 30 are likely to be more informative. .
scrutable
14/6/2017
00:01
Good that today’s RNS produced the useful share price increase; the news was good though not surprising-to me at least. Going through the names I asked myself about KD Navien Anyone know what has happened to them? In the 2015 Annual report we were told Quote In South Korea: We successfully completed all testing at KD Navien's facility in Seoul, under the Technology Assessment Agreement, including aggressive accelerated testing for cycleability and steady state running. At KDN's request we have provided an additional system to provide parallel testing for both steady state and cycleability, as extended validation. Unquote And my notes of the December 15 AGM said they hoped to sign a JDA with them in early 2016. In the February 2016 Interim statement we were told Quote Our existing commercial relationship with KD Navien continues to progress and we have met all of the performance requirement to date in this engagement and hope to advance this further this year. Unquote Since then silence and I could not find any reference to them in the interim or annual reports; if it has not worked out fine and that goes with the territory but would have been nice to have been told. Perhaps I misunderstand and/or missed a reference
cerrito
13/6/2017
20:49
+ve news today and a nice tick-up
pottermagic2310
09/6/2017
12:05
brilliant video... well worth a watch.
capt bligh
08/6/2017
12:45
nice video on Ceres seen by 62,000 already https://youtu.be/PCs9OOHP-0o
tonsil
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