DW, if you want information from the AGM make an effort to go one of these days, since you have so much to say. I do not believe your previous posts about your global travels especially your laughable reports from New York last year.
Oggs, an expectation is different from a promise. You are making the same mistake as a DW. An expection refers to something that might happen. A promise refers to something that will happen. It is not difficult to understand the distinction.
However it is fair to say that Bond made to reference to this possibility (that deployment would be delayed if interested customers opted for improved systems under development). Had he done so, what would have happened to the share price?
RE: Urban Air Port - interesting interview16 Apr 2022 17:42
That’s why birds are in so much trouble Daz, thoughtless sentiments like that….. actually are lambs threatened by wind turbines?
The problems are twofold, firstly bird (and bat) strike and secondly displacement of birds from foraging habitats.
In the right place the loss of the odd bird is not significant, but when companies propose locating them in areas with large assemblages of birds then it potentially risks infringing international treaties like the Ramsay Convention and the Birds Directive.
As for Seg, just try to imagine you are a migrating bird, escaping harsh winter weather elsewhere with a drive to head to milder areas, and flying through poor weather conditions or at dusk. Or part of a group of waterfowl feeding in fields then something alarms you and you panic and fly away from one danger into another.
RE: Urban Air Port - interesting interview16 Apr 2022 07:57
I have signed up to visit and see the Coventry demonstration. Excited that it is being completely powered by the fuel cell. As well as the public there is going to be a lot of corporate interest on this project.