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Member Since: Mon, 6th Oct 2014

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Last Posted: Fri 15:10

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Fri 15:10

Daisan, I wasn't referring to that specific article - I was making a more general point about the ambitions of Musk, Luxembourg and all the crazy notions put around about mining everything from Astrofuel (aka He-3) to Iron from Meteorites.
Fri 14:10

Seriously ? - these guys who are talking about mining planets - insane ! - you cannot even get funding to mine a resource that you can characterise in fantastic deal - how is it ever going to be cost effective to mine resources that you cannot even say what they are. Plus the energy cost in moving the stuff around the solar system is orders of magnitude higher than the benefit that can be gained. Alas this is just the nonsensical conclusion of American style consumerism. Try mining our waste dumps first !
Fri 07:43

... if only we could figure out where the other 1/3 of the production was going.
Fri 07:14

Pigpen - I have updated the graphs on to show the revenue.

As you can see we have gone from under 3M USD in May to almost 8M USD in September and we're only 2/3rds of the way through the month.
Thu 20:38

SOTRR - thanks for spotting that second Bill of Lading - Paludina has got the nett Nitrovan weights and entered them on the shipping log and graph here:-

Already more than 170 Tonnes shipped to Baltimore this month.
Thu 20:27

nope SOTRR - not unless you want to give it away - if that is the case I would suggest instead donating to the Mexico earthquake appeal here instead

Taking control of my money and investing for myself was the best thing I ever did - sorry, to be more precise selling the other sharemuppets 'recommended' stocks (Stanley Gibbons, Optibiotix, Premaitha, Minoan Group, etc) that I had and switching to BMN a year ago was the best thing I ever did.
Thu 13:27

nvhltd - why are you so interested in Zinc-Bromine batteries when the report that you yourself posted says:-

Vanadium flow batteries will likely be a dominant long-duration discharge
application in the coming 5 years, and they could dominate the long-duration market (>4 hours)
over the middle to long term through 2030

If you are invested in BMN then this is a great step forward for BMN and Bushveld Energy's association with UniEnergy Technologies - the point is that the US trade and development agency likes to push US company technology and guess where UET is based.
Thu 11:37

fair do's pb940 it's a bit less pathetic than a lithium-ion battery which as we know does not pay for itself when used as part of a Home solar system in the UK
Thu 11:35

pb940 - have you got the references to those points. Certainly the additional issue of dendrite formation is serious for Zinc-br batteries - I understand that the full discharge procedure is a way of trying to control that.

No such problem with VRFBs of course as they do not have a pure metal part of the electrochemical reaction.

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