Peel say they have the vision for dmg s to be a solution at recycling centres for councils. With the North West already on board this could be huge. There are 1000s of recycling centres around the UK alone. I think we have turned a corner!
Well, they always said the first unit would be the milestone. After that all the others would be easy. David Ryan said in the interview they would finance sorted for two and three next year. Ie the first one would be proved. If it wasn't then they wouldn't get finance. Simple. I don't consider David Ryan as a liar do you?
It is definitely the case that peel are completely on board and are taking the lead by bringing all parties together to ensure this all goes to plan. They are looking at financing the whole 11 units in one go maybe and could for instance allowing rent concessions on the first plant to offset the higher risk. My take on this only. They are still negotiating so they can't be clear on the wording. Peel is key and as David Ryan has said they are increasingly excited about the hydrogen aspect. There's a lot going on in the North West regards hydrogen and they want to be seen as pioneers.
RE: Questionable Claims? Ask for clarification at AGM.14 Aug 2019 14:01
You missed the w in banker. Of course it is BOTH you complete dimwit. It states quite clearly repeatedly that a dmg unit produces a gas from which hydrogen can be extracted. From that you are left with enough gas to produce electricity. BOTH. If a customer chooses not to extract hydrogen then that's possible too. So there are numerous variables. There is nothing unclear apart from the muddy waters that you are trying to stir.