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Share Price: 3.50Bid: 3.30Ask: 3.73Change: 0.13 (+3.86%)Riser - Afc Energy
Spread: 0.43Spread as %: 13.03%Open: 3.50High: 3.50Low: 3.50Yesterday’s Close: 3.37


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sharesport
Posts: 1,501
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RE: On the cusp
Today 11:04
That would be interesting Eddie. I have topped up today although do think about the various quotes that have been used.
 
beachandsurf
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AGM.,
Today 11:00
FAO: tetrolite,

So still planning to get to the meeting, my brokers annoyingly still haven't sent me the letter of 'proof of holding' they say will arrive within 5 days of the AGM.
That aside, I will expect to arrive at Guildford station any time between 10.50-11.10 to be at Dunsfold for around 11.30. I have a jag estate so no problem 4 passengers.
Will look out for your reply, and really just confirmation that your planned arrival at Guildford is similar.

Paul.
Eddietheo
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RE: On the cusp
Today 10:35
If anyone has the dates and Rns’ details I’d be happy to say them!!

Perhaps I could do it like a Top of the pops count down.....
AB’s top PR quotes:
In at No 10 we have......
Etc etc
peterperfect
Posts: 223
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Price:3.50
FuelCell Energy
Today 10:02
BumbleB, i can't believe your trying to defend AFC with regard this.

Our great leader AB was on the BOD when the ICL deal was announced he would have known all about it along with the fact that AFC could not go through with the deal as they had not got a working profitable 240KW fuelcell never mind how much hydrogen was on site who in there right mind would sign up to a deal without knowing there was enough by product hydrogen at the plant, also what on earth has an explosion some months after got to do with anything, i rest my case.
Desertwolfch
Posts: 1,048
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Price:3.50
RE: On the cusp
Today 09:57
Ahh yes almost forgot, the „we will see watershed moments“, more PR in the coming weeks, I could sell right away, the latest was: contract matter of month not years... perhaps someone can copy all the Bond BS with times and date marked and read it to him at the AGM and ask about this, will be funny ..
Notes
Posts: 1,727
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Price:3.37
RE: On the cusp
Today 07:53
First used In 2015 along with “water closet moment...”
Daz9643
Posts: 237
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RE: On the cusp
Today 07:50
The worlds largest cusp ?
Rooky
Posts: 227
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On the cusp
Today 07:30
As someone posted, AB said 'With a developing technology on the cusp of commercialisation'.My question would be, How long does, 'On the cusp mean'. Typical political speak.
BumbleB
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RE: FuelCell Energy
Today 07:21
Actually PP which “great leader” are you talking about? That was in the days of Ian Williamson and he resigned shortly after the devastating decline in share price around the time of the Lanstead Deal.

It was a good job they did not go to ICL as there was an explosion at that site a few months later.
venatici
Posts: 241
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Price:3.37
RE: Ceres
Mon 23:29
I think we are all disappointed by the standard of info/PR coming out of AFC. Questions need to be asked at the Agm.
The climate emergency news has even trumped Brexit recently, and this can only be good for AFC.
Maybe We could have a stand at the upcoming London Climate Action Week 1-8 July.

The move came as the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, this week revealed further plans for the first London Climate Action Week, which will focus on a range of topics including business action, clean energy, climate finance, science and education, global collaboration, media and communication, and resilience and risk management.
Set to take place between 1-8 July, the week-long series of events is aimed at bringing expertise together to scale up practical solutions as well as identifying new solutions to help cut carbon emissions and maintain temperature increases to within 1.5C, in line with the Paris Agreement.
The Mayor is also calling on individuals, business, and other organisations to propose events for the week of action. "We want partner organisations to showcase how practical climate solutions can be scaled up on a city-wide, if not world-wide level," the Mayor's office said.

Maybe AB could invite their local MPs Jeremy Hunt and Michael Gove and have a beer and a chat!
peterperfect
Posts: 223
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FuelCell Energy
Mon 20:05
Athansius,

Next time the sun comes out i would change the colour of your rose tinted glasses for something a little more moderate your socks may look a tad better,

This company has no working product at the moment that is capable of turning a profit, Gencell has the same product AFC but decided to keep it small and workable(still may not make a profit), Fuelcell Energy took a look and moved on!! and people like you think AFC has the Holy Grail remember the worlds largest Alkaline Fuelcell 1MW at ICL when our great leader was on the BOD to be told there is not enough hydrogen what a load of BS it did not work then and i doubt it works now at the scale required, bit like trying to get blood out of a stone i say.

And then there was the 240KW test at 204KW it don't stack up, love to here the 2020 1GW prediction at the AGM, you really couldn't make it up but still i hope and prey they turn this thing round for all our sake.
Desertwolfch
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RE: Ceres
Mon 17:29
Sorry, meant next week tzesday
Desertwolfch
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RE: Ceres
Mon 17:28
But all valid questions to the board tomorrow, put them on the grill please
Desertwolfch
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RE: Ceres
Mon 17:28
Tuva probably is cheap and AFC has no clue what IR or PR is or means in times like today, they are run by a muppet and dinosor ! They just needed a PR company putting news out, needing them, being cheap and probably don’t discuss the ability of AFC in news handling. That simple
athansius
Posts: 276
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Price:3.37
RE: Ceres
Mon 15:47
Nail on the head Notes. The TUVA website must be the weakest of any commercial or professional site I have ever seen. Why would you do business with them? An eleven year old could have knocked it out during his morning milk break.

As a shareholder, I despair.
whatifindsikeeps
Posts: 97
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RE: Ceres
Mon 14:34
Axicom is the PR company
whatifindsikeeps
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RE: Ceres
Mon 14:04
If you look at the history of both guys at Tuva they previously worked at a PR company (the name escapes me) that at one point covered Inteligent Energy where Rennocks was also a director at the time. Looks a bit to me like jobs for the boys, and I really don’t like Rennocks having this much influence over PR given the SP collapse under his significant news only policy.
brighterlater
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Price:3.37
RE: Ceres
Mon 13:54
I’m inclined to agree with you about Tuva, Notes.
Of the multitude of companies in their field, I wonder why AFC engaged their services?
What was so compelling about Tuva’s proposition? They have no meaningful track record from what I can see.
Given the importance of the role they’re supposed to be playing, I think it’s all a bit semi-derrièred
Notes
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RE: Ceres
Mon 12:39
And as for our PR company Tuva... don’t make me laugh, have you seen their extremely crap website...
The blind leading the blind ffs
Notes
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RE: Ceres
Mon 12:37
Trouble is anyone googling AFC Energy will be presented with a website that’s as up to date as a magazine rack at a doctors surgery...
athansius
Posts: 276
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Price:3.37
RE: FuelCell Energy
Mon 11:27
Sorry PeterPerfect, but this seems to be another of your irrelevant posts about a different fuel cell company on the AFC board.

What is the relevance of a decision made nearly 40 years ago in the 1980s based on the technology available at that time? This has about as much relevance to AFC today as the colour of my socks. Are you de-ramping perhaps?
athansius
Posts: 276
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RE: Ceres
Mon 10:16
Thanks for putting the link in Sharesport.

Although AFC is not mentioned by name, this sort of article must be good. Investors will look at Ceres, but hopefully will also look at other players in the sector ie AFC. With a developing technology on the cusp of commercialisation (according to AB...although I think he also said "I love you darling when I last saw him) this must appeal to some as an excellent entry point....MCap of £14m for Pete's sake! Let's just hope the recent funding has the right intentions behind it.
sharesport
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RE: Ceres
Sun 22:21
athansius
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Ceres
Sun 19:02
Interesting to note full page article on Ceres and fuel cells in Mail on Sunday today. Notes the potential for fuel cells in the future, but focuses on Ceres' offering and says the shares at 175p and a MCap of £265m are a buy.

No mention of AFC (or any other fuel cell company). But imagine what a MCap like that would do for our SP!! We would be at about 70p! Ceres is still loss making.
peterperfect
Posts: 223
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Price:3.37
FuelCell Energy
Sun 18:25
Strange how Gencell produce back up low temperature fuel cells 5KW and Fuelcell Energy appraises then turns its back on low temperature, wonder why !!

The fuel cell company carried out research into low-temperature fuel cells and silver-zinc battery cells, before switching its focus to high carbonate fuel systems in the 1980/1990’s.

https://www.gasworld.com/fuelcell-energy-celebrates-50-years-/2017051.article




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