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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
  -8.60 -2.24% 375.40 374.80 375.60 380.60 365.20 377.60 2,340,326 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 4.6 -9.3 -2.9 - 2,067

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/8/2018
10:32
More sellers than buyers, impatience, disillusionment.
greedy rooster
29/8/2018
10:22
GR , I don't deny your list .So why do you think the shares have fallen by 50% over the past year ?
juju44
29/8/2018
10:11
it's all coming, chill out. I've been here since 2010, it's a big position for me, yes I'd like to be on my big boat and retired somewhere by now but I bought too early, my fault, not the boards. Whilst you won't like it, they've achieved a lot - reference plant, Shell deal, Sumitomo, network of HRS growing, buses, trains, lorries, ships to come. Then there's renewable chemistry - where was that in 2010 - not mentioned, and of course storage - utility scale storage - not the powerwall or home refueller, but utility scale, multi season long storage of surplus renewable energy - doesn't look bad to me.
greedy rooster
29/8/2018
10:04
Its all relative ,man . It frustrates me but doesn't get me down as I have some other shares going goodo . It does no harm to let the board know what we think of them . It might even wake them up . They might even get that new factory done in the time it would take any ordinary Joe
juju44
29/8/2018
10:01
Thanks Mr Happy.
greedy rooster
29/8/2018
09:53
You may not like his style but he is right in saying that Cooley and co. have totally mis managed the potential to deliver a successful enterprise from a solid technology . They have fek'd up every aspect of the business and missed endless opportunities while they squandered the company money . Its hard to sell out after being here so long and I did add at prices down to 11p so I am not losing a lot but like other LTHs I am totally frustrated with the inability of this shower to deliver on what should be a big winner and doubt that they ever will . I hold on in hope that someone will buy ITM above 50p
juju44
29/8/2018
09:31
Likewise- life is better without norbus' malevolent utterances. I sensed a little of 'the evil' behind his words.
tonsil
29/8/2018
09:29
wasp theve got worse and even more repetitive to the point that most of the old posters don't bother any more
mj10
29/8/2018
09:17
I filtered this clown a couple of years ago. I guess he's still as bitter and twisted as ever, fortunately I no longer have to read his bilious posts. Norbus 29 Aug '18 - 09:00 - 27045 of 27046 (Filtered)
waspfactory
29/8/2018
09:09
Sell up old man, and stop boring everyone with your regurgitated tripe.
greedy rooster
29/8/2018
08:48
Interesting that the price of carbon credits in the EU has hit its highest level in a decade - now €20 per tonne, having tripled this year. This should be supportive of faster adoption of clean energy for large maunfacturers, Also, Facebook energy use last year was 2.46 terawatt hours, and they are looking to move to 100% green energy by 2020 - following Ikea and Citigroup according to the FT. The need for storage accelerates.
greedy rooster
29/8/2018
08:35
If the pressure in a full tank of H2 is 700 bar, what is the pressure in the tank when it is half full or quarter full? What pressure is needed to run the fuel cell? What pressure does the electrolyser achieve on its own? Why can you not have 'mechanical rams' to pressurise the H2 in the tank?
willoicc
29/8/2018
08:21
If the pressure in a full tank of H2 is 700 bar, what is the pressure in the tank when it is half full or quarter full? Or, what pressure is needed to run the fuel cell?
willoicc
29/8/2018
08:18
Material handling was to raise awareness and PR.
greedy rooster
29/8/2018
08:07
Thanks; you can pre-pressure electrolising to 80 bar I seem to have read ; and taking that up to 350 or 700 is way different to starting from 1 bar ; outfit in Scotland making simple dispenser working off electrolysis . Even if I give Cooley the benefit of doubt on the above, he has no excuse whatsoever for letting a successful material handling project slip and for going to sleep on fantasy cushions of safety juggling with HRS and concverting grants to assets at snail pace wasting creativity and energy
norbus
29/8/2018
07:19
I do, a quick search on the internet comes up with a price of £40,000 for the compressor on its own. Volume would get that down I'm sure but who in their right mind would be an early adopter?
re1dy
29/8/2018
06:40
GR Waggle maybe a wiggler, but you are mixing apples and pears ... He never got back on meeting investec but he is not the man behind the home refueller I do not believe Cooley on costs of Home refueller, given he threw away the opportunity of material handling I suspect for the same reason of his focus on Utilities and HFS albeit with wrong strategies
norbus
28/8/2018
16:51
rovi could be pa to norbus as they get on so well
mj10
28/8/2018
15:56
be careful these buys are norbus finally showing his hand as part of his hostile takeover with ph as chairman and club ceo Buywell will be sales director and juju in charge of customer relations perfect with his glass half full approach
mj10
28/8/2018
15:18
Elegantly worded, i'll drop my case. There aren't many emerging companies with the quality of reference plant that ITM has, or will soon have., Proof of concept - or in you analogy, which comes first, the chicken or the egg? I doubt Sumitomo or Shell due diligence would have overlooked such a shambolic outfit.
greedy rooster
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