€30,000 - €40,000 for a 4kW, 1m3 system suitable for base station applications, the capital cost is approximately half the current selling price of comparable systems using a fuel cell and standard PEM electrolyser (Nb the repeat order to Africa was 2kw so this unit will be more competitive) More than 50,000 telecom base stations per annum are currently being installed in China, India, Indonesia and SE Asia, and a growing proportion of these are in off-grid locations where the Acta estimated sales 100 to 250 units over the next 12 to 18 months (this report was 6 months ago so this means over the next 6 to 12 months)
RE: Presentation 26 September
rob..... good to keep reminding ourselves what we have here, good post.
Presentation 26 September
any newbies Listed on AIM October 2005 Eight years as a global leader of clean-tech R&D Strategic commercial development in 2013: the Acta Power Storage is the achilles heel of the renewable energy industry • Market size: €1bn p.a. at present. Forecast €10 bn p.a. by 2020 (BCG) Large and fast-growing market opportunity • China, India, SE Asia, Australia • Acta Power trials in progress: 5 live site trials announced • First Acta Power repeat order announced 24 Sept 2013 • Full scale evaluation trials under discussion for 2014 deployment • Partner trials in progress: back-up power and light electric vehicle • Partner adoption: Repeat orders increasing
6 Dec '13
stationary fuel cell market
$7.52 billion by 2020, http://energy.globaldata.com/media-center/press-releases/power-and-resources/stationary-fuel-cell-market-to-undergo-outstanding-growth-by-2020
5 Dec '13
RE: Share Price
oops, sent to quick, wanted to add that the buyer is quite keen to accumulate at around 8p so not too worried.
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