Since the share price has been in the doldrums for months and then picks up again the week before they announce results (on the 28th) I'm guessing the results that they will be announcing should be good?
Ka, great link B
Well as of today the UK now has an environment secretary who believes in global warming which is a plus, but we have the German's switching off Nuclear to buy Russian gas which is a negative, and Osborne who wants the planet to be profitable when it gets too hot to live here :-) Meanwhile the development of batteries is beginning to get close to Hydrogen and those companies which has invested in Hydrogen has invested in Batteries too. So unless we can get out of the chicken and egg impass we are basically screwed in the UK. Hydrogen usage technology is still cheaper than batteries but looking at say aluminium/water the costs are getting tough Meanwhile only California is building enough Hydrogen fueling stations to give the technology a real try. Europe has done even less than the UK. Yes you can now drive experimentally from Copenhagen to Rome on Hydrogen, but only if demand is limited to 5kg a day.
With fuel cell cars looking like they might at last be starting to grab some attention, here’s a few Myth busters https://parts.olathetoyota.com/fuel-cell-myths.html
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