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Itm Power Plc LSE:ITM London Ordinary Share GB00B0130H42 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -19.20 -4.8% 380.40 379.80 380.80 397.20 373.60 396.60 3,732,237 16:35:06
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Alternative Energy 4.6 -9.3 -2.9 - 2,095

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12/8/2018
16:32
SHARE 158SHARES 12 COMMENTS ByKelley Price 13:12, 9 AUG 2018UPDATED13:07, 10 AUG 2018 BUSINESS Chris Beck, left, with Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen at TWI Chris Beck, left, with Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen at TWI Get Daily updates directly to your inbox Enter your email + Subscribe See our privacy notice The campaign to make Teesside a UK hydrogen “powerhouse221; has taken a step forward. A major scheme that could see cars, buses, bin lorries - and even trains - powered by the emission-free “super fuel” has been handed £220,000. The hydrogen industry could add up to £7bn to the region’s economy between 2018 and 2050 and create around 1,000 jobs. If successful, the cash could help unlock a further £40m to develop new refuelling stations across Teesside. Teesside already produces HALF of the UK’s hydrogen and uses it for industrial purposes. Under plans being drawn up by Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen and the Tees Valley Combined Authority, an initial bid to bring a fleet of hydrogen road vehicles and new refuelling infrastructure to the region will be submitted to Government’s Office for Low Emission Vehicles. READ MORE Hydrogen from Teesside 'could fuel UK - AND create jobs' The Mayor signed off £140,000 to develop the bid and also secure a partnership with Middlesbrough-based engineering firm TWI. The company has also pledged £80,000 to bring “unparalleled expertise” to the region, needed to develop the area’s hydrogen economy. Teesside’s case for a UK hydrogen powerhouse was taken to Westminster last month. Redcar Labour MP Anna Turley says the green fuel could be powering Britain, heating thousands of homes and safeguarding and creating thousands of “high quality” jobs. She has set up an All-Party Parliamentary Group on Hydrogen. Redcar MP Anna Turley Redcar MP Anna Turley (Image: Parliament.tv) Plans are already under way by Northern Gas Networks, to pump hydrogen produced on Teesside to Leeds to heat and power homes there. Currently, over 30% of all UK carbon emissions come from domestic heating and cooking. A UK-wide conversion to hydrogen would reduce heat emissions by a minimum of 73%. Mr Houchen said: “Creating the jobs of tomorrow means investing in the right technology today. We already produce 50% of the UK’s hydrogen, so properly utilising it will allow us to keep manufacturing jobs in the Tees Valley and build on the global drive to cut carbon emissions, rather than be held back by it. “This investment means will help us to put the Tees Valley on the map for hydrogen, not just in the UK but globally.” READ MORE Metalworks plant plan for former Redcar steel site as document describes 100,000 sq ft facility Chris Beck, TWI’s strategic fund manager, said: “We’re confident that hydrogen will play a key part in the development of the region for years to come, and we are excited to be involved in shaping the future of energy and the Tees Valley economy. “Our history in power generation and hydrogen research shows our experience in the sector.
juju44
12/8/2018
14:17
Mr Cooley, let the M&S forklift project go by Mr Cooley , looked for security blanket on HRSs; clearly a cart before the horse Mr Cooley , Time for a smart CEO, a bright chairman , and a skilled FD
norbus
12/8/2018
10:49
Article in Popular Mechanics this week entitled 'Where are all the Hydrogen Cars ?' For the American market and nothing new to say but it spreads the word a little further hxxps://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/hybrid-electric/a22688627/hydrogen-fuel-cell-cars/
rustwood
11/8/2018
13:35
had an interesting conversation with an engineering friend who recently attended a presentation by Bosch/Worcester. i was asking him for his opinion on hydrogen and mixing it in the gas network; he grinned and gave a 5 minute summary of the presentation...essentially B?W have been developing a hydrogen fuelled boiler for over 12 months and would appear to regard it as the fuel of the future. early days yet, but another indicator as to the future.
waggle
10/8/2018
17:14
You are a cheerful lot
mj10
10/8/2018
16:48
No buying in anticipation = no good news . If Cooley had anything bullish to say the insiders would have bought. I expect him to say the pipeline is now 1 billion and we await a sunami of orders . Waffle , waffle , waffle
juju44
10/8/2018
16:05
If the results on Monday do not show at least a couple of juicy bits of business that are practically won , the management better fall on its swords or have Invested push them to it.
norbus
10/8/2018
09:58
No shorters just stop losses getting triggered, volume still very low. share price manipulation ahead of Mondays results, for what purpose is anyone's guess.
rathean
10/8/2018
09:55
Here come the shorters now that 30p resistance is crumbling
greedy rooster
10/8/2018
09:55
Well clearly expectations for Monday's figures are low- maybe that will work to our advantage!!!
square1
09/8/2018
09:38
The CSIRO membrane technology can be commercialised worldwide, it won't be exclusive to Australia.
ohrweh
09/8/2018
09:26
Well the big opportunity is to use renewable energy to make hydrogen in ITM electrolysers and then to produce ammonia to achieve energy density for transport and export from Australia to Japan, Korea etc.. this is then where the CSIRO tech is then used to crack the H2. It enables energy export at scale, if its scalable.
pinballwiz2
09/8/2018
08:48
Good article, aja2. Btw, I came across Hazer a while back and bought some shares. Speculative, but making progress despite sudden CEO departure and a very bumpy ride from their equity company dumping shares (whence the CEO came). Slight sigh.
ohrweh
09/8/2018
08:33
You said it. ITM is the company of the future, never NOW.
sambocoole
09/8/2018
07:28
https://www.chemistryworld.com/feature/hydrogen-still-the-fuel-of-the-future/3009235.article
aja2
08/8/2018
20:25
Australia's next export boom The CSIRO team has already received expressions of interest from Japan, South Korea and Europe, with industry players looking at taking up supplies initially to fuel commercial vehicles like buses, taxis, trucks and trains. Dr Dolan said a million hydrogen-powered cars were expected to hit the streets by 2025. Currently hydrogen-fuelled cars sell for about $80,000, but, as with electric cars run on power-grid charged batteries, the price is expected to fall as production increases. Mr Nargar said they expected to see price parity with petrol and diesel cars within a decade.
renniks2016
08/8/2018
20:22
Queensland-developed hydrogen fuel breakthrough to go global abc.net.au/news/2018-08-0… via @ABCNews
renniks2016
08/8/2018
16:23
This is what you call having a board who has looked after shareholder value, destroying it, allowing a bunch of geriatrics, moody boffins and amateurs make the decisions
norbus
08/8/2018
12:10
Back at year low. You can't beat this hydrogen when it comes to picking future blue chips
juju44
08/8/2018
10:44
Oddly I can comprehend that. Since most methods come with a CO2 hangover, they don't change the point of green hydrogen.
ohrweh
08/8/2018
10:41
Israeli company selling telecom tower back up power supplying NH3 in a 12 Ton tank enough for a year and using FCs that can process the NH3; Russian space FC technology apparently
norbus
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