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Share Price: 31.30Bid: 30.50Ask: 31.30Change: 0.40 (+1.29%)Riser - Itm Power
Spread: 0.80Spread as %: 2.62%Open: 32.00High: 32.00Low: 30.80Yesterday’s Close: 30.90


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SpiceMerchant
Posts: 998
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Hyundai Nexo Review
Wed 20:40
Some positive coverage of the Nexo in the Torygraph... Certanly much more pretty than the Mirai... https://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/hyundai/hyundai-nexo-review-driving-next-generation-hydrogen-fuel-cell/
 
bilboburgler
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hydrogen ferry
Wed 19:31
at last a truely green one https://www.electrive.com/2018/06/20/hyseas-iii-scotland-to-build-first-sea-going-hydrogen-ferry/ it should be built before the dirty H2 one in Greece is finished
bilboburgler
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First canadian Shell H2
Wed 17:15
station installed but not with ITM https://www.autotrader.ca/newsfeatures/20180619/first-canadian-retail-hydrogen-station-opens-in-vancouver/

https://www.htec.ca/ now if only we had an office in the USA/CA (we do :-) )
Alpaca
Posts: 110
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Price:31.00
RE: AUDI & Hyundai FCEV collaboration
Wed 13:05
They should just release the patents to all, similar to what Tesla did - that would jump start and get all manufacturers moving - wishful thinking though
Pinballwiz
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AUDI & Hyundai FCEV collaboration
Wed 12:14
bilboburgler
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RE: Clean Fuel advert
Tue 08:17
You've just picked up an ITM cookie from visiting an ITM linked website, maybe even this one. It means they are advertising, but perhaps to the choir?
Folderboy
Posts: 312
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Price:32.90
Clean Fuel advert
Mon 14:19
Anyone else notice this popping up on ADVFN and possibly elsewhere.

Picture of gears, Hydrogen clean fuel and itm url.
Pinballwiz
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RE: My tupence
Sun 23:18
ITM’s hydrogen station in Rotherham makes hydrogen from power generated by a wind turbine, right next to it, for filling up cars. I think it was the first one they built.
Seaangler
Posts: 309
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:32.90
RE: My tupence
Sun 20:02
The roof turbine thing was supposed to be tongue in cheek but the concept of as green as you can get fuel for cars wasn't. If you can pluck it from the air and drive away on it then.... I ask you , how difficult a job is that to sell to a green minded public?
SpiceMerchant
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Shell Sky Scenario
Sun 18:22
I've finally got around to reading the Shell 'Sky Scenario' report... It is an interesting read, particularly with where they see hydrogen going... I'm glad we're working with them. https://www.shell.com/energy-and-innovation/the-energy-future/scenarios/shell-scenario-sky.html
SpiceMerchant
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Siemens Ammonia Pilot Plant
Sun 17:38
Siemens to build a ammonia pilot plant in Oxford, to look at storing green hydrogen...
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/jun/17/siemens-pilots-the-use-of-ammonia-for-green-energy-storage
SpiceMerchant
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RE: 999
Sun 17:36
Love it - Not just anywhere in LA, it was on Santa Monica Blvd
tinopener
Posts: 65
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999
Sun 13:29
Tesla on fire: UK director Michael Morris' car bursts into flames in LA.

"TESLA say their cars less likely to catch fire than other cars."

Oh Yea. Like other cars are always catching fire are they?????????
bilboburgler
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RE: My tupence
Sun 11:56
The waste to h2 model or plastic or diesel wax, there are three different companies looking at this in the UK alone, is just a short term model. However it does mean that CyHx molecules are at least used twice, but then so would burning them in a generator to make steam etc. This is just a different way of supporting the Carbon based economy with a hint of greenwash. Rather like burning plastic waste or sticking it in the ground.

Logically moving away from plastic as a packaging material is the best solution and back to the multi-use packaging of my childhood. Have you walked through a supermarket and seen the plastic? If you narrow your eyes you realise that there is nothing but CyHx products masquerading as food

I have no problem with turbines at fuel stations, certainly there are a whole bunch visible near stations in the north, but not in city centres. The issue being that the wind is high up and so turbines need to be tall and no one likes them near their houses. Hence some energy loss will have to be accepted by transmission. Hey, no problem, we have put up with car engines having lousy efficiency for years now and trad power stations are pitiful so losing a few kw from a wind turbine is easy-peasy.
Seaangler
Posts: 309
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:32.90
RE: My tupence
16 Jun '18
Don't mind where the turbines or solar panels are situated but can't think of a major service station whose appearance would be further scarred by either.......
SpiceMerchant
Posts: 998
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RE: My tupence
16 Jun '18
Such a model with PHE is flawed. For every ton of H2 they produce, they need to truck in 25 tons of rubbish. Presumably the 24 tons not converted into H2 either needs to be trucked to landfill or becomes atmospheric emissions locally. Planning, NIMBYS and things like the London ULEZ will limit where they can deploy their tech. For us however, a water and electric connection is all we need. As long as the wind turbines are somewhere else, the NIMBYS will be happy.
BOTAK
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RE: My tupence
16 Jun '18
PowerHouse Energy have there beady eye on that type of Hydrogen direct Supply with there G3 UHT.s " on the premises "
Seaangler
Posts: 309
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:32.90
RE: My tupence
16 Jun '18
PS. Maybe our frontline partnerships should be with the Vestas of this world before anyone else. Pure green. An easier sell would be hard to find.
Seaangler
Posts: 309
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:32.90
RE: My tupence
16 Jun '18
Kind of the perfect idea Itsa.... A motorway Shell forecourt with a bloody great turbine on top. A steady stream of reps in their attractive Toyota H2 Wotsits pulling fuel from the ITM pumps. Coachloads of kids on school trips holding clipboards with their teachers explaining how it all works and how wonderful the ITM/Shell/Vestas partnership is in saving the planet...... However imaginative this may seem , it'd work.... GLA
itsaduster
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My tupence
15 Jun '18
I am imagining an H2 tank and pump could be fitted into/onto existing forecourts. Some reports talk about generation on site to save transport costs but I think they have production from methane or household gas in mind and that is a No-no.
Others talk of wind turbines and solar panels on site but again that will only be a fraction of usage. But use. Of electricity to deconstruct water might be a runner
MaxMargolliss
Posts: 179
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Price:32.50
My post of late Thursday
15 Jun '18
Seaangler, Spice M, and Colleagues. Pleaseaccept my apologies about cost of HRS. I later searched for the report containing the scheme and its details. It was dated 5th June 2017. The scheme should be well underway since Euro funding was provided for London , Brum and Aberdeen. A major point of interest was that the scheme was to cover 5 countries with a total of 9 cities being involved. UK was allocated 3 of those cities, leaving 6 cities in 4 countries to be allocated. So UK got slightly more than its share !! Read the report, which seems quite comprehensive, and costs will be found there, much more than £1M I suggested. Yours, Max.
MaxMargolliss
Posts: 179
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Price:32.40
Seangler, Spice M, and Colleagues.
14 Jun '18
The infrastructure costs will have various detailed requirements. However, sometime ago a scheme was announced whereby London, Birmingham and Aberdeen were named as three of the nine cities in Euro to perform a project of equipping buses with H2O. London would obtain the buses on behalf of the three cities and distribute as agreed. Itm would provide the HRS and would start work installing at the Birmingham bus station ready for the buses to arrive. They allowed about £1M for the work at Brum. Could you bring me up to date on this project please since I have had an eye operation and still in recovery. Yours, Max. (Using special software)
SpiceMerchant
Posts: 998
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Price:32.40
RE: Buy?
14 Jun '18
I agree with Seangler - The cost of hydrogen infrastructure needn't be immense.

Ultimately our HRS plug into the HV electrical network, which has good spare capacity. The LV electrical networks however are strained. I read somewhere that charging on EV is the equivalent of adding three houses onto the grid... Could most of the LV networks cope with a massive increase in EV cars without massive (expensive) upgrades? Probably not would be my guess.

Also, once companies like ITM start "cookie cuttering" HRS modules and the likes of planners and forecourt owners become comfortable with the hydrogen concept, the costs will come down too.
johnpwh
Posts: 20
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Price:32.40
Ballard
14 Jun '18
An observation re Fuel Cell vehicles. There is a company called Ballard quoted on the Nasdaq which provides Fuel Cells buses in (I think) China and London. I ended up with some though a shareholding in an AIM company called Protonex (long story). Anyway despite announcing a couple of days ago a continued tie up with Audi, which will continue right until they produce a small series run of FC vehicles in 2020 (ish), Ballard shares continue their poor performance, It seems the market does not support FC vehicles (while putting a crazy valuation on the failing Tesla Inc)




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