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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  11.00 3.06% 370.00 369.00 370.00 373.50 365.50 369.50 985,976 10:17:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 4.6 -9.3 -2.9 - 1,767

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/6/2018
12:35
What is so hard to grasp? Directors have been sued for damages irrespective of what they hold ; Personal liability, that is why they have insurance; But it becomes void if there are illegal acts. Massey pump and dump is one
norbus
26/6/2018
12:20
I ask again.why would he keep them if he knows company is going down the pan
mj10
26/6/2018
11:33
I refer to possible damages from improper acts.
norbus
26/6/2018
11:09
Hargreaves bought 1 million at 270p . He is down a lot of money - on paper
juju44
26/6/2018
10:58
hes kept all his shares though.why would he do that if he knew company was going down the pan
mj10
26/6/2018
08:15
Delighted, even thrilled placees of Investec bear a badge of honour of 25% discount on a placing price , half the hyped share price the board allowed if not in fact schemed. why can't we have a fit and proper board? If this is not corrected PDQ, there is every chance the technological achievement will be wasted.. If I had wealth of £2bn such as Hargreaves was said to have, I'd also rtesign and put as much daylight to when the perfume hits the fan,l scared of class action against the board
norbus
25/6/2018
16:20
It has to be worth it to get a chatty session going
norbus
25/6/2018
15:54
Nope , I used to contact ITM peeps but it achieved nothing
juju44
25/6/2018
15:52
JuJu Have you ever spoken to the Investec men noted on the RNS ? Has anyone?
norbus
25/6/2018
07:42
As much as I enjoy Juju winging, I am sorry to say , the image the management project is not up to the game we play; Much smaller teams with sharper managements have gone further towards success with far less money. Sorry Graham, you are no CEO, and Mr Allen is not the finance man needed I might contact investec for the wake up alarm
norbus
23/6/2018
01:18
Greedy Rooster, "The government wants power storage of 2,000-3,000MW by 2030." If that is this Government's target, it is no wonder they are making such a mess of electricity generation policy. What is needed is energy storage not power storage. Energy is measured in Joules. Power is the rate of energy transfer and is measured in Watts. One Watt = one Joule/second. One Joule = one Watt second. Large scale energy storage as would be required for the National Grid would be measured in MW hours (MW x hours) or GW hours (GW x hours). For example, if we wanted 24 hour availability from a solar array with a maximum power output of, say, 1GW, we would need to store some of the energy produced during daylight which could then be released overnight. The worst case is in winter, with fewer hours of daylight than darkness and a higher demand for heating and lighting at night. For simplicity, assume 8 hours of daylight and 16 hours of darkness, assume energy demand is constant during daylight and, for the first 8 hours of darkness, is 50% higher but drops to just 50% of daylight demand for the remaining 8 hours of darkness when most are asleep. This would mean that total energy consumption during the night is twice the total consumption during the day. Also for simplicity, assume the solar array can produce maximum output during the whole of daylight and ignore any losses in storing and releasing the energy to the grid. This means that 2/3 of output during the day would need to be stored for release during the night and a 1GW array could only provide 333.333 MW for the Grid during the day and the remaining output would be stored. The total energy in storage at the end of daylight would be 666.666 X 8 = 5333.333 MW hours which would be released at the rate of 500 MW for the first 8 hours of darkness and 166.666 MW for the next 8 hours of darkness. Obviously, if total nighttime energy demand is much less than total daylight demand, as would be the case in summer, less storage is required. Also, if heating and cooking is non-electric, domestic electricity demand would be much less. Allowing for heavy industry's power demands is another factor that would significantly change the calculations and then there are electric cars needing recharging at night. If we really are going to close down coal-fired power stations in the next few years and if the old nuclear power stations reach the end of life before the new nuclear power stations are operational ...... John
john of groats
22/6/2018
21:37
interesting pro hydrogen article - mentions the possibility of exporting ammonia from Austrailia ... !! : https://www.elektormagazine.com/news/large-scale-hydrogen-part-of-the-low-carbon-economy
leoboy
22/6/2018
16:31
Back in at 30.4p you'll be pleased to hear Norbus. Looking forward to more happy chatting next week :)
rathean
22/6/2018
15:30
Dying dog - 10p
juju44
22/6/2018
13:46
I am reluctant to acknowledge any kind of aim other than at the junior quote of AIM; They were dreaming, or rather fantasizing on markets, cash flow neutral, break even, which never came to be let alone the dirty P word. Profits is not for Parsing.. So far got away with fooling themselves ; market is weary. Many a company reached the top of technological excellence only for a disruptive technology or universal shift to put them out of business; CAP was a recent example when they worked out how to effect efficient burn diesel only for diesel to become terminally ill and folk stop suppport I hope that will not be the case, but what is going on with management today does not inspire the market with confidence. There is a lot of smell to dissipate yet otherwise ITM shares would be well over a £1+ PS : Gerry123 : They have probably set up the accountant for the fall .. He can't comply with GAAP reporting or even pre GAAP sound accounting principles.. Chicanery is what they do well.
norbus
22/6/2018
13:31
Shell did.
greedy rooster
22/6/2018
13:30
Greedy Rooster22 Jun '18 - 13:56 - 26344 of 26344 0 0 0 If they want it by 2022-2023 they need to be ordering in 2020 - that is one company year away from where we are now. That's the whole point of the new palace - that is what we have been waiting for. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I sincerely hope you are right However the prospective market they are dependent on needs top quality Directors. Board changes are needed urgently The current management may be world class technically but is clearly showing they are incompetent at managing They thought (and maybe still think) they can manage a house move with zero experience. If its going well they are keeping it to themselves. The pump and dump fund raising was 9 months ago. Since then they have lost £5m of the funds raised with nothing to show for it except more lessons in how not to manage.That means the next fund raise will be needed £5m earlier. No Director has been fired on the back of losing £5m in cash.Failure to do so means that Directors are all equally culpable ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, No wonder they haven`t got any new orders. Prospective customers can weigh up the situation just as we can On their progress since the fund raise last Sept Would you give these guys a £1m order (never mind a £10m order) ? I wouldn`t Not without a clear out of the Board
gerry123
22/6/2018
13:28
Aren't they aiming for 50-100MW systems - would need to be big to complete those.
greedy rooster
22/6/2018
13:24
GR Perhaps they could complete the move more quickly if they just had a factory & not a palace. ;-)
taxlosstone
22/6/2018
12:56
If they want it by 2022-2023 they need to be ordering in 2020 - that is one company year away from where we are now. That's the whole point of the new palace - that is what we have been waiting for.
greedy rooster
22/6/2018
11:01
Pigs can't fly stupid;; but elephant can
norbus
22/6/2018
10:15
broshm Yeh, and pigs may also fly!!
smokey 1o3
22/6/2018
08:19
GR Downgraded 3% from 63p. ITM will not survive without a bit of tough love to see off the old guard and bring in management who know business and markets better than the bunch of geriatric amateurs we have; A Smart FD instead of a numberr crunching accountant is crutial. I do not like shifting the pot of gold beyond the rainbow to 2022
norbus
22/6/2018
07:26
All of this impatient guff - orders will come. Investec ITM Power (ITM.L Buy TP 61p) German gas and power grid firms to develop large scale Power to Gas (P2G) storage next decade. The two major grid operators Amprion and Open Grid Europe have presented proposals to the regulator to secure permission to roll out P2G plants to 2030 at a scale of 50-100MW units, with the first plant to be installed in 2022 or early 2023. The government wants power storage of 2,000-3,000MW by 2030. ITM has sold systems in Germany, has class leading P2G technology and has developed designs for 50-100MW systems (bolting units of 10MW together that is being made for Shell). Simplistically once can consider 1MW = €1m, 50-100MW units are €50-100m contracts. Whilst some way off ITM is scaling up its business to meet with rising demand, and should grid operators start rolling P2G storage on the scale outlined then the market to go for will expand exponentially. Amprion recently published a report showing that 60% of the 2030 153GW installed renewable capacity has been put in, but only 11% of power lines resulting in regular wastage of excess power that P2G could solve. The cost to manage/cut the excess power reached €1.4bn last year up 75% yoy which illustrates the need to store energy
greedy rooster
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