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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
  2.00 0.45% 448.60 450.40 451.00 452.40 435.40 445.80 2,902,347 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 4.3 -27.6 -5.5 - 2,470

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26/9/2018
07:03
ITM Power Opens Seventh Hydrogen Refuelling Station at Johnson Matthey's Swindon site on M4 corridor ITM Power (AIM: ITM), the energy storage and clean fuel company, and Johnson Matthey (LSE: JMAT), a global leader in science that enables a cleaner and healthier world, are pleased to announce the opening of ITM Power's seventh public access hydrogen refuelling station (HRS) located at Johnson Matthey, Swindon on the M4 corridor. The opening is being supported by Toyota, Hyundai and Honda who will also present and participate in a Q&A session. Attendees will also be able to experience a zero emission journey in a Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) Ride and Drive which will be available at the opening. more.....
skinny
25/9/2018
10:52
I stopped getting excited here a long time ago
juju44
25/9/2018
10:28
That's OK but don't get too excited - I will be going but I live in Swindon - so it's not like it's a regular thing!!
folderboy
25/9/2018
10:13
Thanks Folderboy .
juju44
25/9/2018
10:07
Me neither - but it seemed possible/probable that the factory would be near that filling station. Will try and pop round next time I go to watch the Millers!
folderboy
25/9/2018
09:49
Is that the factory in the background behind the filling station? Apart from the filling station I cant see anything relating to ITM
juju44
25/9/2018
09:44
Tried a virtual tour with Google Maps (the AMP in Rotherham looks impressive - if a little empty!) - is this what we are looking for: https://goo.gl/6oViQ5
folderboy
25/9/2018
09:41
Norbus23 Sep '18 - 12:18 - 27247 of 27257 0 0 0 Board was bent from day one; Gerry 123 will tell you. Chairman Massey once had the shares buzzed so he sold high. we will have to see if they dare or are kept honest. There is huge value here which makes us vulnerable to their greed ............... Yep Its all documented
gerry123
25/9/2018
09:29
Be good if someone here lives near the mystical new factory so that they could have a look and let us know if anything is happening . The management seem too embarrassed to mention it after a year from launch
juju44
24/9/2018
08:48
I dont think they intended to lie. I think they were so stupid they didn't know
juju44
23/9/2018
15:04
They LIED about the old factory capacity @100MW pa and still misrepresent it in the presentation . Hargreaves has to be running the clock
norbus
23/9/2018
14:59
Yes until the need for a new factory showed how poorly thought through the initial factory power supply had been I was quite happy with the previous management. Now not so sure
gspanner
23/9/2018
14:52
gspanner Not obsessed; business is my business and I understand it a little better than punters
norbus
23/9/2018
14:40
Which is the classic reason for a takeover. Great potential + poor management = great buying opportunity.
matt2019
23/9/2018
14:23
There is so much potential . The institutions should be grabbing on a two year view but the management dont inspire any confidence so the market doubts their ability to deliver on the promise
juju44
23/9/2018
13:58
I am starting to feel fairly strongly that not outsourcing the elecrolyser manufacture may look like a very foolish error. Currently a T/O at 60p or so would seem like a foregone conclusion. Wouldn’t have been the case 12-18 months ago.
gspanner
23/9/2018
13:56
Yes the article regarding the possibility of ITM being taken over may have put a little bit of fire under to share price in the absence of any meaningful progress regarding the factory and further orders (which do I am afraid to say give some justification for Norbus’ obsessions). Currently you could gut the current board and other likely superfluous management staff and save £1-2 million a year without too much trouble I would have thought.
gspanner
23/9/2018
12:19
Thanks for the post Juju. The Japanese push is the most interesting as they seem to be prepared to commit to hydrogen in a meaningful way rather than just playing at it. After the nuclear disaster they will be thinking differently and are prepared to back change. Their targets are meaningful in the short term .2021 is not far away and work needs to start now to meet them. ITMs tie up with Sumitomo is very timely. Is this why Ballard could be interested in taking on ITM?? China is waking up to Hydrogen. They will look for success elsewhere and will focus on Japan and that might be ITMs in ? For me ITM is all about positioning and timing. They are not great at selling on the front foot but if others come knocking that will be the turnaround. Just my view of course but I am more confident now than ever.
matt2019
23/9/2018
12:18
Board was bent from day one; Gerry 123 will tell you. Chairman Massey once had the shares buzzed so he sold high. we will have to see if they dare or are kept honest. There is huge value here which makes us vulnerable to their greed
norbus
23/9/2018
12:06
Thanks juju44. Somebody in the world may want some of our kit. i for one are going to wait until they do.
bunlop
23/9/2018
10:49
European Nations Backing Hydrogen As Viable Alternative By Jon LeSage Sep 20, 2018, 2:00 PM Hydrogen is seeing support grow in Europe as an alternative to oil and gas, and over renewable energy such as wind and solar. European Nations Backing Hydrogen As Viable Alternative By Jon LeSage Sep 20, 2018, 2:00 PM Hydrogen is seeing support grow in Europe as an alternative to oil and gas, and over renewable energy such as wind and solar. On Tuesday, 25 European nations backed a measure to increase hydrogen use to power factories, drive vehicles, and heat homes. A non-binding agreement was signed in Linz, Austria, that delved into increasing research into the technology and using existing gas grids to distribute hydrogen. The coalition sees it as an alternative to fossil fuels to cut the continent's carbon emissions, and to solve the problem for electricity generation caused by fluctuating supply of renewable energies. Advocates of the "hydrogen economy" have been pushing the fuel for decades. Yet support has been slow and instead, lawmakers have backed other technologies like electric vehicles. Oil and gas continue to be dominant in power plants, vehicles, and heating systems. Natural gas continues to grow as a cleaner and safer fuel over coal and nuclear for electric power, and is seeing more support for liquefied and com-pressed natural gas technologies in commercial vessels and vehicles. Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and hydrogen as an alternative power source does have growing business and government support in Europe, the U.S., Japan, and China. While fuel cell passenger vehicles are much smaller than even electric vehicles in sales, hydrogen is gaining global support for energy production and storage, heating systems, and fuel cell vehicles in the transport and public transit sectors. Miguel Arias Canete, the European Union's top climate and energy official, said hydrogen could help Eu-rope meet its obligations to cut carbon emissions under the 2015 Paris accord. Canete told reporters it could also contribute to energy security by reducing imports of natural gas, much of which is shipped from Russia and countries outside of Europe. Hydrogen advocates say that using more of it can stabilize energy prices and supply that can be erratic from fluctuating supplies of wind, solar, hydro, and other renewable energies. Converting electricity gen-erated by renewables into hydrogen means the energy can be stored in large tanks and released again when necessary. They say hydrogen fuel cell vehicles become just as clean as EVs, which need large lithium-ion battery packs to store their energy. Fuel cell vehicles generate power on board, taking away the range restrictions EVs face; and the fueling can be done in less than five minutes versus a half hour or more for recharging an EV. Trains and transit buses are seen as a growth area, but it is at an embryonic phase. The world's first com-muter train service using a prototype hydrogen-powered train began in northern Germany on Monday. Sources of hydrogen vary from fueling station to station, coming from techniques such as electrolysis and hydrolysis, and gases such as methane. Japan continues to lead the world in hydrogen fueling stations, and aims to have 160 of these stations opened by March 2021 to support a fleet of 40,000 fuel cell vehicles. That beats out California, which aims to have 50 of these stations in place by 2020. Japan expects to see the number of hydrogen stations grow to 900 by 2030, supporting a fleet of 800,000 FCVs. Europe has about 80 hydrogen fueling stations in operation, and China is only just starting to deploy sta-tions. California (and eight other U.S. states backing California’s policy) and China support hydrogen stations and fuel cell vehicles through their zero emission vehicle mandates. Japan sees it as part of its economic growth, with two of its local companies, Toyota and Honda, leading the charge. Much of the appeal in Japan came forth out of the Fukushima disaster in 2011. The country has shut down almost all its nuclear reactors since that time, and has been importing hydrogen, oil, coal, and liquefied natural gas since then. Toyota continues to lead the fuel cell passenger car market with its Mirai sedan. Along with Toyota, other global automakers have made commitments and vehicle launches in fuel cell vehicles — including Honda, Hyundai, Audi, BMW, General Motors, and Mercedes-Benz. The Japanese automaker also sees commercial trucks as a viable channel for sales growth supporting city government efforts to bring in more low-emissions trucks capable of driving through crowded city streets and pulling into restricted cargo storage yards. Toyota has made a deal with Seven-Eleven Japan to bring small fuel cell trucks into the retail chain’s distribution system. During the summer, Toyota revealed a new prototype of its “Project Portal” fuel cell electric truck while hinting at future commercialization. The “Beta” test truck is built on a glider version of the Kenworth T680 tractor. It can go 300 miles on a tank of hydrogen, and is about 10 percent more powerful than the “Al-pha” prototype that Toyota unveiled last year, according to the company. Toyota has remained silent on the fuel cell truck’s future production plans, but sees it as more commercial-ly viable than its past efforts. The company continues to remain committed to its broad, across-the-board strategy in vehicle technology and fuel. That covers fuel cell vehicles, hybrids, electric vehicles, gasoline-powered light-duty vehicles, and gasoline- and diesel-powered medium duty trucks through its Hino Trucks subsidiary.n Tuesday, 25 European nations backed a measure to increase hydrogen use to power factories, drive vehicles, and heat homes. A non-binding agreement was signed in Linz, Austria, that delved into increasing research into the technology and using existing gas grids to distribute hydrogen. The coalition sees it as an alternative to fossil fuels to cut the continent's carbon emissions, and to solve the problem for electricity generation caused by fluctuating supply of renewable energies. Advocates of the "hydrogen economy" have been pushing the fuel for decades. Yet support has been slow and instead, lawmakers have backed other technologies like electric vehicles. Oil and gas continue to be dominant in power plants, vehicles, and heating systems. Natural gas continues to grow as a cleaner and safer fuel over coal and nuclear for electric power, and is seeing more support for liquefied and com-pressed natural gas technologies in commercial vessels and vehicles. Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and hydrogen as an alternative power source does have growing business and government support in Europe, the U.S., Japan, and China. While fuel cell passenger vehicles are much smaller than even electric vehicles in sales, hydrogen is gaining global support for energy production and storage, heating systems, and fuel cell vehicles in the transport and public transit sectors. Miguel Arias Canete, the European Union's top climate and energy official, said hydrogen could help Eu-rope meet its obligations to cut carbon emissions under the 2015 Paris accord. Canete told reporters it could also contribute to energy security by reducing imports of natural gas, much of which is shipped from Russia and countries outside of Europe. Hydrogen advocates say that using more of it can stabilize energy prices and supply that can be erratic from fluctuating supplies of wind, solar, hydro, and other renewable energies. Converting electricity gen-erated by renewables into hydrogen means the energy can be stored in large tanks and released again when necessary. They say hydrogen fuel cell vehicles become just as clean as EVs, which need large lithium-ion battery packs to store their energy. Fuel cell vehicles generate power on board, taking away the range restrictions EVs face; and the fueling can be done in less than five minutes versus a half hour or more for recharging an EV. Trains and transit buses are seen as a growth area, but it is at an embryonic phase. The world's first com-muter train service using a prototype hydrogen-powered train began in northern Germany on Monday. Sources of hydrogen vary from fueling station to station, coming from techniques such as electrolysis and hydrolysis, and gases such as methane. Japan continues to lead the world in hydrogen fueling stations, and aims to have 160 of these stations opened by March 2021 to support a fleet of 40,000 fuel cell vehicles. That beats out California, which aims to have 50 of these stations in place by 2020. Japan expects to see the number of hydrogen stations grow to 900 by 2030, supporting a fleet of 800,000 FCVs. Europe has about 80 hydrogen fueling stations in operation, and China is only just starting to deploy sta-tions. California (and eight other U.S. states backing California’s policy) and China support hydrogen stations and fuel cell vehicles through their zero emission vehicle mandates. Japan sees it as part of its economic growth, with two of its local companies, Toyota and Honda, leading the charge. Much of the appeal in Japan came forth out of the Fukushima disaster in 2011. The country has shut down almost all its nuclear reactors since that time, and has been importing hydrogen, oil, coal, and liquefied natural gas since then. Toyota continues to lead the fuel cell passenger car market with its Mirai sedan. Along with Toyota, other global automakers have made commitments and vehicle launches in fuel cell vehicles — including Honda, Hyundai, Audi, BMW, General Motors, and Mercedes-Benz. The Japanese automaker also sees commercial trucks as a viable channel for sales growth supporting city government efforts to bring in more low-emissions trucks capable of driving through crowded city streets and pulling into restricted cargo storage yards. Toyota has made a deal with Seven-Eleven Japan to bring small fuel cell trucks into the retail chain’s distribution system. During the summer, Toyota revealed a new prototype of its “Project Portal” fuel cell electric truck while hinting at future commercialization. The “Beta” test truck is built on a glider version of the Kenworth T680 tractor. It can go 300 miles on a tank of hydrogen, and is about 10 percent more powerful than the “Al-pha” prototype that Toyota unveiled last year, according to the company. Toyota has remained silent on the fuel cell truck’s future production plans, but sees it as more commercial-ly viable than its past efforts. The company continues to remain committed to its broad, across-the-board strategy in vehicle technology and fuel. That covers fuel cell vehicles, hybrids, electric vehicles, gasoline-powered light-duty vehicles, and gasoline- and diesel-powered medium duty trucks through its Hino Trucks subsidiary.
juju44
21/9/2018
14:45
RED is motoring . Come on Cooley do something
juju44
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