ITM use the same technology platform for their hydrogen refuelling stations, implying grid balancing to also benefit the roll-out of fuel for fuel cell cars... Timely after 3 of the top 5 global Auto OEMs have launched fuel cell cars!
Thuga project news
Might as well say it again, until this board wakes up.... Thuga Group says "deployment of Power to gas technology is inevitable" They should know, being the largest utility group in Germany.
Thüga project news
Great news this morning on the Thüga power to gas performance, and comments Dr. Elke ****e, project leader, Thüga Aktiengesellschaft says of Power-to-Gas, "I would argue that the technology's deployment is inevitable owing to the amount of renewables coming on stream, and that by 2050 - based on our studies - there is likely to be a need to store as much as 50TWh. The annual storage capacity of the German gas distribution network is about four times larger than this quantity - and that's the charm of P2G."
Brr media Graham Cooley interview
From ADVFN: My broker spoke to Zeus Capital; the seller was Blackrock and the overhang is now clear; confirming this is very simple; just pick up the phone. The numbers that you need are on every RNS but just for simplicity I will cut and paste them for you. Zeus Capital John Goold (Institutional Sales) 020 7533 7727 Tavistock Communications Simon Hudson/James Collins 020 7920 3150 I do hope you are having a lovely weekend. This week is ITM Power week!
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