A man with morals not just money lol! I agree that it should be green h2 don’t get me wrong but we need a greater uptake of h2 no matter what if we are going to succeed here. H2 isn’t frontline because it’s not happening yet, Jim can see there has to be a shift away from diesel and petrol just don’t expect anything too soon
Yes I also read it as good for hydrogen in the long run as the article says ineos produce a shed ton of it already and selling the vehicle and the fuel to power it is a dream business model - especially if you can secure a large market share of the hydrogen fuel market. It will be interesting to see what their refueling concept is, would have thought something along the standard model of transporting the hydrogen to the pump rather than generating it on site. Would have thought this would generate a nice bit of competition between them and shell
Mate I feel for you there, you and a LOT of other people got let down by some unfortunate circumstances. My thought is they went too big too fast and relied on funding that wasn’t guaranteed and a lot of funding for that matter. Who knows it could still come good, I think the appetite for the mine is there but not on the current scale at this current time. I’m tempted to take a punt at those prices but not for much and if it does go to pot then it’s not much wasted and if it does multi bag then nice for me and everybody else for that matter!
You would make a good brexit party mp manipulating figures like that! So if all you see is doom and gloom then why are you still here? I would bet my holding here you don’t answer that, same as you don’t answer why you invested in the first place. Ever notice how you are the only one complaining about the simec deal?
It’s another nice opportunity which means sae isn’t just relying on the CfD market to progress the tidal side of things. From the tone of the rns it sounds like there isn’t much hope for a CfD win this time round but if there are deals like this going on in the background then it might not be needed
good first step, it's not quite obvious how many turbines this equates to, however the 6MW array in Scotland generates 1.4GWh a month, so fag packet maths equates this to about 2 of the new turbines, but energy generation at each site can vary massively and the Orkney site is likely to be better positioned than the new Alderney site, so Alderney is likely to need more turbines to generate the same. However this will require some kind of storage as well, so it depends how that is sized, but i would have thought two of the new turbines is a minimum. Good to see the company bringing new revenue streams into play and making good on joint ventures.