Great link Pluscious. My only worry is that given the go live date of October 2014 and the build times being less than one month with 6 weeks shipping time to CA and a possible ramp up time for worried installers of say 4 weeks this is still next year's business. I suspect the due diligence work and the Aston Martin H2 racing may be having as much affect.
SP RISE TODAY
Rise to day due to the fact that the state of CA have last night (Refer agenda 1st link below) approved a H2 gas filling station that will inevitably result in an imminent order of $1.3M to ITM ( refer second page of second link). For further information refer to discussions on ADVFN B/Board Agenda here with timing. www.energy.ca.gov/business_meetings/2013_agendas/2013-06-12_agenda.pdf Scope of (proposed) work here. www.energy.ca.gov/business_meetings/2013_packets/2013-06-12/Item_14c_ARV-12-061_Hydrogen.pdf
12 Jun '13
A recent addition to AIM was Graphene Nanochem and has just seen its price fall by over 40%, there are no magic bullets out there.
12 Jun '13
Ok so the car market maybe out but the energy storage and combined heat and power fuel cells for housing and commercial units is definatley on super effiicient and clean with hydrogen and electric all produced at source. Also cost benefit analysis which ever is the cheaper sytem to mass market will win. Given Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe I'm thinking we should go down that route. Sense will not out who ever has the most powerful lobbying group (greatest number of MP's as executive directors) will win out. Currently looks like British Nuclear which upsets me somewhat.
11 Jun '13
Graphene can do THAT ?
Not the world's first source for investment advice, The One Show on BBC has just revealed that the great white hope for 21st century electrical engineering, Graphene, will make it possible to manufacture car batteries that can be charged in minutes... Is that goodbye to Hydrogen Fuel Vehicles then ?
11 Jun '13
Thanks, I worry not dates in fact very little objective information now we need to do is to get ITM marketing to start doing something good on their web/facebook
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