Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Intelligent Energy Holdings LSE:IEH London Ordinary Share GB00BNB7LQ31 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.125p +1.52% 8.375p 8.25p 8.50p - - - 37,448 16:35:23
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Alternative Energy 91.8 -64.6 -42.8 - 17.27

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19/8/2017
17:03
EXCELLENT THE PATENT IP IS GROWING EVERY MONTH --- This reference shows a lot of diagrams for H2 systems applied to laptops/ tablet type of devices htTp://images1.freshpatents.com/imageviewer/em.php?date=20170817&app=20170237097
ibug
19/8/2017
16:59
The last four patents are all aimed at laptops or tablets and portable devices like an IPOD. The Patent Description & Claims data below is from USPTO Patent Application 20170237097, Fuel source for electrochemical fuel cell power supply. The present invention relates to fuel sources suitable for providing a fluid fuel supply to a fuel cell, e.g. an electrochemical fuel cell configured to generate electrical energy from the fluid fuel. Portable personal computing, data processing and/or telecommunications devices are known to have significant limitations in the duration of their battery life. In this patent specification, the expression “portable computing device” is intended to encompass all such data processing devices including lap-tops, netbooks, palm computers, tablet computers, personal organisers, ‘smart phones’ and the like. htTp://www.freshpatents.com/-dt20170817ptan20170237097.php
ibug
19/8/2017
16:15
Valuable info
investorfc expert
19/8/2017
14:43
hxxp://patents.justia.com/assignee/intelligent-energy-limited loads of news on the patents front announced recently (this month) which may have prompted the recent rise in share price
perrydevere
19/8/2017
14:23
Little has been written about the oportunities HFCs and electrolysis offer those able to generate their own renewabke energy. Energy storage is a huge oroblem and solar panels generate power when it isn't needed... i. e. in summer when it's light and warm. If, in sumner, renewable energy can be used to electrolyse hydrogen from water, it can be fed through HFCs in winter enabling peoole to go "off grid". The cost of maintaining and building "the grid" is considerable. I foresee affordable, domestic electrolysis systems becoming available to be installed in new properties and retrofitted to tower blocks where the owners of the tower block can sell locally generated electricity to tenants or fuel HFC powered vehicles.
perrydevere
18/8/2017
23:50
@ibug I sincerely hope you're on the payroll, because you deserve to be; the hours of work you put in here and over on L*E are outstanding. Good luck to you!
david15x
18/8/2017
18:48
Stationary Fuel Cells MARKET ANALYSIS Fuel Cells for Micro-Combined Heat and Power, Prime Power, Large Combined Heat and Power, and Uninterruptible Power Supply Applications The market for stationary fuel cells is transitioning toward maturity and wider adoption, buoyed by improving economics, government support, and growing demand for resilient, dispatchable power. In recent years, promises of imminent profitability and mass adoption have inspired optimism, though results have often fallen short of what the hype might suggest. Claims of earthshaking breakthroughs are giving way to persistent cost declines, product improvements, and business model innovations. These are making fuel cells viable in a growing range of markets and opening new opportunities for stakeholders that are prepared for the transition. Stationary fuel cells are becoming commercially established. Over 150,000 micro-combined heat and power (MCHP) units have been installed in Japan, where prices have fallen under the successful ENE-FARM subsidy. In the United States and South Korea, major energy players like Apple, Constellation Energy, and POSCO Energy have invested millions in fuel cell projects. Large global conglomerates are entering the market, too; GE, Doosan, and LG have each made significant investments and expect to realize returns in the medium term. Meanwhile, strong policy support in Japan and South Korea will drive broad adoption, as it will in other advanced economies in North America and Europe. According to Navigant Research, annual installed stationary fuel cell capacity is expected to grow worldwide from 262.6 MW in 2016 to 3,069.5 MW in 2025. htTp://www.navigantresearch.com/research/stationary-fuel-cells
ibug
18/8/2017
18:44
AT THE MOMENT THE HIGEST GROWTH SECTOR IN THE FUEL CELL MARKET IS INDEED STATIONARY POWER, it grew at 75% last year and promises to double this year. And that sector is the target market for IEH. They should do very well from their FCM 800 series product range which is actively in production.
ibug
18/8/2017
18:17
But if additional funding not brought in, then I don't know what may happen?
investorfc expert
18/8/2017
17:28
with regards to automotive - they changed from researching Evaporatively Cooled HFCs to using Air Cooled HFCs in that application. They are now almost a one trick pony.. They have Air Cooled HFCs and that's it - but they have the lightest HFC on the market and the best performing HFCs on the market. In a way this is good, as they are focused but hopefully they are focused in the right way... Only time will tell.
filster
18/8/2017
17:12
If ieh had billion dollar IPs then why they took loan from meditor last year with 13% interest? They could have off load some IPs then and there instead of seeking loan. Selling IPs is not an easy take then. Toyota is the market leader and they have developed their own technology (mirai). Ieh has changed their target segment multiple times 1. Initially Indian telecom and deal with GTL. 2. Then revised strategy with product based approach. Because engineering and R &D revenue is not more than 5 mn per year. 3. Then they declared that due to money shortage, they would not focus on automotive but in London Olympics they demonstrated FC in London taxis. 4. Then finally deal announced with drone. 5. Then they said that back up power system they would promote in the range upto 20 kW. In whole year, except luxfer, no any order with high volume booked, so in last result they indicated that many companies are taking interest in IEs evaporated cooled technology and they may again turn back to Automotive if funded project they may get. Still they are not pretty sure where is the market actually. Ballard has done in EC technology, plug power has done in material handling equipment business, bloom energy has recently secured deal with equinox data centre company to supply them power. But so far in the world, no fuel cell company has done in back up power market in the range upto 20 kW on volume basis.
investorfc expert
18/8/2017
16:38
On Americas OTC market buying continues for IEH with a 300K Buy + a few a lot smaller...that makes a good few million bought this week which can be considered a surge of interest from a handful of buyers. investorfc expert 18 Aug '17 - 17:12 - 3017 of 3019 0 0 (Filtered) A THREAD RODENT
ibug
18/8/2017
16:33
Cheers ibug. We know the EU's roads will increasingly be fossil fuel-free so there's obvious growth here.. Trump has been on about punishing China for not respecting IP,. That could help companies with rich IP portfolios. ? How many new cars are sold in the world every year? I do think EVs will get some of the emission free car market but hydrogen will prevail with off-peak renewable energy being used to electrolyse water into hydrogen and oxygen. Just thinking about my own vehicle use, an EV is not an option
perrydevere
18/8/2017
16:23
This is interesting about the demise of Lithium Batteries. It will ensure HFC's will catch up and become mainstream. Electric Vehicles No Threat To Oil Prices Anytime Soon Meanwhile, there is speculation whether the world has enough lithium to build all the batteries skyrocketing EV growth would ensure. One analyst has predicted lithium shortages as soon as 2023 and have already delayed Tesla’s output. htTp://oilprice.com/Alternative-Energy/Renewable-Energy/Electric-Vehicles-No-Threat-To-Oil-Prices-Anytime-Soon.html
ibug
18/8/2017
16:13
This article from last May answers some of your questions: 5 Clean Energy Innovations That Could Transform Our World In Europe, fuel cell production facilities will begin pumping out 50,000 fuel cell stacks by the year 2020, making United Kingdom-based Intelligent Energy the market leader in bringing the green technology to the masses. “Hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles are available now, but to continue to drive customer adoption, we need to ensure future fuel cell stacks are robustly industrialised and remain cost competitive in the future,” said the company’s Manufacturing Head Richard Peart. htTp://oilprice.com/Alternative-Energy/Renewable-Energy/5-Clean-Energy-Innovations-That-Could-Transform-Our-World.html
ibug
18/8/2017
16:03
That's a good point, once drone manufacturers exhibit their IEH powered models and start taking orders, IEH's own order book book should benefit. Meanwhile, back on the car front, the EU funded programme IEH are leading that aims to see 50,000 HFCs for vehicles made by 2020, it'll be 2018 in 4.5 months so shouldn't that report soon? How much is the HFC in a car likely to be worth? How much is a car engine in a new car? £1,000? £2,000? More? So there will be £50 million to £100,000,000 worth of HFCs to be manufactured for the EU by 2020? Anyone any ideas about this? Maybe more value? What chance the HFCs will be made ny SMILE FC System Corp's production line especially of they are producing economies of scale making for others? If the HFCs are to be made in the EU"9, where will that be and by whom?
perrydevere
18/8/2017
12:13
This years Interdrone Expo will be especially interesting because a number of drone manufacturers have bought development/ evaluation packs from IEH. It will be interesting if some of those customers exhibit new H2 powered drones in their latest offerings.
ibug
18/8/2017
12:09
Upcoming events next month: September 2017 InterDrone SEP 06 Venue: Rio Hotel, Las Vegas, United States Date: Wed 06 - Fri 08 September, 2017 Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) Event 2017 SEP 06 Venue: Millbrook Proving Ground, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom Date: Wed 06 - Thu 07 September, 2017
ibug
18/8/2017
11:58
Marketing has never been one of the business strengths as they have been at least a year behind the market sector curve until they made a much more concerted effort to strengthen their sales team over the last year. And now, a year on from reorganizing the business plan the company are starting to see results just as Ballard did a year ago. The two company's have very similar histories and plans; Ballard today are a thriving business after almost folding twelve months ago. The highest growth sector in the drone market are UAV's used by property, pipeline and grid surveyors and insurance company's who use high resolution optics and need at least a hours worth of flight time. IEH need to penetrate that market more aggressively along with home gas to power systems.
ibug
18/8/2017
11:33
Whilst Drones capture the imagination and headlines the reality is that adding HFC to them will add 3-5k on the price so they are only every going to be limited to high end devices which cost between 5 and 10k. They need the static power generation or large scale generation of vehicles for the company to start to make proper money. I'm fairly certain that in the last 2 years or so IEH have said that they are moving away from an IP/licensed based model. Of course they aren't going to turn down money from such deals but they see the future of the company in manufacturing HFCs of a modular design - so they can be small and ultralight or bigger and also heavier to be able to sell them B2B. The modular approach means that they don't have to be re-certified or re-approved as they are using the same PEMs just in a different configuration or chassis depending on the intended end application. It's a massive shame that they are class leading on so many fronts in this area and have lots of great ideas but in the end they have to make sales, pure and simple. They seem to struggle with this bit or is the market nascent?
filster
18/8/2017
10:53
3 Emerging Fuel Cell Technologies You Should Know About With fuel cell electric vehicles coming to the market, many consumers think that fuel cells are only used in cars. Think again. Fuel cells can be scaled to meet many different energy conversion or power needs. From primary stationary power and combined heat and power applications to powering cell phones and laptops, fuel cells are proving to be a versatile technology. Here are three emerging technologies already reaping the benefits of fuel cells. htTps://fuelcellsworks.com/news/3-emerging-fuel-cell-technologies-you-should-know-about/
ibug
18/8/2017
10:44
The company also stated more than a year ago that R&D JV's will only be taken on if the company gets a commercial deal once the development project has competed. The mass production JV with Durum Uni on behave of the EU-Toyota should result in IEH producing fuel cells for cars.
ibug
18/8/2017
10:34
The company have an extensive IP portfolio of about 1900 patents or patents pending which is the second largest fuel cell patent library in the world. But, the company cannot survive just on R&D projects alone so they created a product line of low power systems ranging from 1W to 20KW aimed at portable and stationary applications. And they are having some success which is apparently growing and producing revenue which in turn reduces cash burn.
ibug
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