KaChing, it certainly needs someone to do the pulling :-) pity it is not ITM kit but just a vessel and filling pump, so low capital cost but at least it starts the H2 horse running.
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It's companies with clout that will lead the way ........ http://www.businessgreen.com/bg/news/2378304/sainsburys-says-fill-up-with-something-new-today-with-first-hydrogen-refuelling-station
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Trouble is the cash burn and the timing. Basically would you buy these shares now at around 24p or would you wait until Spring 2015 and pick up the new placement for 20p? If you were on the board and you had a big proportion of these shares would you want to get first dibs on these at 20p or indeed sell to mates in the city. Given that the present Enviroment Minister actually believes in Climate Change (unlike the last one) it would need the Green party to have as serious a problem as UKIP before the next election (May 15) to make any serious change before 2016. In Germany the issues of Russian Nationalism may make energy security more important, but Merkel is not a decision maker, she is a listener and a borer, while waiting for consensus to arrive then jumps on board. Right now no German is going to get excited aby the boring Hydrogen cars in the market or planned (if there was a Tesla equivelent it would be different) and of course all the German car manufacturers have satisfied their Climate change needs by offering Hybrids. So only CA is making any real running and all the money is declared for the next year. So, time is not on our side.
Stock of the future
The world is moving towards fuel cell vehicles with the support of governments and car manufacturers.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bluUNxVLhE People are placing their orders for the delivery of FCV in 2015. Watch this video:
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Nothing new in the article except for share sp trending stuff (which may or may not be valid). The cash burn figures look about right so they will be needing yet another injection in the Spring. I worry that they say that conversion of wind power to injected hydrogen is a low cost and then reminds us that it is £1.75m a time. Now call me cheap but... I think this will bump along for a couple of years yet, "If wishes were horses, beggars would ride"
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Hi Della Della, I have just been reading that very article. Interesting times indeed. I have been invested here and in other UK H stocks for several years. Is this the inflection point that Graham Cooley refers to? GLAH.
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