I couldn't see a specific mention but P8-10 discuss hydrogen from renewables and fuel cells.
Have you been away?
Apparently an AFC reference
http://www.thyssenkrupp.com/documents/Publikationen/Techforum/techforum_2_14_en.pdf Although I don't see the reference
I share your view of IOG, but I think much of the same optimism applies here - lots of patents, clean cheap power generation out of hydrogen that at the moment has no value, solid board, major long term investor, financed for income generation in near future, geared to govt policies in Korea and elsewhere. There is no way this is going anywhere but up in the medium term, not unlike IOG (it's never an either/or) patience is best ally in both cases imho
interesting comment ....you could be right but bin my limited experience over the years and although I only go on what I read about this company I think we will see a big spike in the next couple of days if not later today...as this company does look like a good buy ..This is just my opinion If this was worth 32p only a few weeks ago and nothing fundamental has really changed its got to be bought ....
He only turned
£1 million into £154 million in just under 4 yrs. Check out his B "iog" raphy!
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