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Aldebaran - if that’s your opinion then why are you even looking at this board? In fact I’d suggest investing is not for you, especially the AIM market. Or maybe you just have an ulterior motive spending time on this company rather than the myriad of other companies you could be investing in ?
1johntique- I haven’t dodged any question. I was replying to your comment earlier “so if the market wanted that, and we launched it (over a month ago) “. My response was that I believe it’s naive to think we should expect an order in that timeframe for the reasons given. I cannot predict the procurement process and daren’t be so bold but we do know that the existing partnerships took months to work through and those partnerships weren’t product orders.
Totally agree with that sentiment ReoninV. This is year 11 for me. I just think we have to think carefully about what we write here as glib statements can be taken the wrong way by new investors and it could appear that AFC are making no effort regarding sales. We have to assume that is their MO.
We supposedly now have a commercial /working product with others due end of year and yes we definitely need to start seeing sales but, as Nick agrees, the procurement process can be time consuming. And yes of course, we’re all in the dark as usual, which is unbelievably frustrating.
1johntique/Reonin - are you serious? That was hardly name calling. It’s a discussion and the comment was rather naive in my opinion. Posters have said the same to me on here - it’s not offensive! But you made it sound like companies make instant decisions to make potentially big investments in new tech. These companies will need to undertake due diligence and this process will often involve looking at other comparable tech out there to ensure the organisation is getting the best/most cost effective product for their organisation. Hence the B&Q analogy. Have a good day both.
Hi Alt-muddle. Thanks, I knew I’d read something on here in recent days about marketing guy. It’s a good fit to get someone like this to work on the finalised version especially if it was close to being released a few weeks back. Also, the new guy will be looking at the website from a marketing perspective rather than just technical aspects of the fuel cells etc. Putting the brakes on releasing the new website makes total sense to me now…now that we have a marketing professional on board.
DW - you have clearly misunderstood the purpose of my post or, at worst admit that you are one of the shorters. My post was not directed at any particular individual and nor should it have been. It was directed at a generic group of individuals who are greedy and do not consider the wider issues here.
I’ve just had a couple of friends over to pick up a large collection of ladies and children’s clothing that my wife has coordinated with a group of her friends.
Our friends decided to host a Ukrainian mother and her child and they arrived in Bristol on Wednesday after an arduous journey. These people are so utterly devastated by the atrocities taking place in Ukraine, they are most likely suffering PTSD. A whole wall out of their apartment had been blown away and absolutely nothing left inside the apartment!
Their husbands and fathers to their traumatised children remain in Ukraine of course, and whilst they are now in the safety of UK shores they still suffer the hardship of speaking to their families that remain in Ukraine. This lady and her son have £400 to their name plus the clothes they arrived in.
So the point of my post is to prick the consciences of the individuals who invade these forums to attempt to manipulate the share prices of companies like AFC for their own gain.
We ALL have a duty to do what we can :
a) to ensure Putin and his vile cronies are no longer paid for their fossil fuels that are funding this absurd war in Ukraine and other countries. Not only are we funding their war effort but we are subsidising their obscene lifestyles. This has to stop!
b) let’s not forget that we have to ensure the world is cleaned up so that our children have a planet to live in and ensure the likes of Ukraine have a purpose to rebuild their broken countries.
Supporting companies like AFC is not just a way for us to invest and hopefully make a profit but we ALL have a duty to support these fledgling companies so that the above two points can win through.
I am absolutely sick of reading people responding to the likes of Garonne. They are the minority.
The majority here, who have a conscience and want companies like AFC to address these massive world issues absolutely will succeed!
Thanks for your time on this May bank holiday.
Oh ffs just put the snivelling little tick on ignore! I’ve been out all day and it’s insane coming back to a load of repetitive posts about that idiot! Just filter it !
Thanks Haggis for posting the pictures about what we’re here to discuss..AFC !
As far as I can see, the L series is still in contention. It’s been improved and they clearly wanted to showcase it at UAP as well as the Power Tower. Until AFC themselves tell us point blank that the Lseries is not part of our product portfolio, then we have no right to dismiss it idly on a discussion board.
Great to see UAP showcased for the first time in the UK with significant world wide interest. The Shell tie up with ABB is also significant news this week and could surely lead to significant world wide orders for AFC.
Get real folks and filter this idiot as many did 18 months ago!
Thanks Heath23 - sounds like an interesting day out!
Hydrogen needs to become more mainstream and with everything going on regarding gas and oil in the world, companies will surely be accelerating Hydrogen. Even BoJo mentioned it today in the House of Commons.
AFC need to make a concerted effort to get their name out there and hopefully the new marketing recruit will serve this purpose in the coming weeks once he’s settled in. Energy is on everyone’s mind at the moment whether it be from an economic or environmental perspective. Exciting times! AFC need to deliver now as this should be our moment to shine!
Hi AaronJ - Garmoan hasn’t changed in almost 2 years. I soon got very tired of his ‘woe is me’ attitude. He clearly has an agenda to create negativity around AFC. My conscience was clear when I filtered him a month after he appeared some 2 years ago and he is absolutely one to ignore in my opinion. Replying constantly will cause yourself anxiety whilst he is quietly chuckling to himself as he is either paid or part of a group that drags companies like AFC down before they’re given a chance to succeed. Such behaviour is vile and shows how despicable and greedy fellow humans can be. They’re very much in the Putin camp. Strong analogy perhaps but sadly true.
4th position: AFC Energy plc
Looks like great PR to me…
My last post on this. We have the S Series to get out by year end for ABB. this is the big ticket item that they’re waiting on. There’s the integration of multi fuel types into a single unit. We have a pipeline of future products to develop in the maritime/data centre/transport sectors so actually, I’m very happy to see that R&D continues at pace to deliver multiple products for multiple diverse energy consuming sectors.
We’re at the start of the transition to hydrogen and I’m happy to go along with their recruitment campaign. Yes I’d love sales today but more than ever before I see those sales coming in the coming months and certainly into next year as many of the trials taking place this year lead to potentially multiple orders. That’s what our investment LSE are “gambling “ on in my opinion. Thanks
DW - you have no idea (and neither do I or anyone other PI) what the sales manager is doing. What I do know is that AFC have strict control over finances and wouldn’t need him unless he is working on sales- hopefully in the 50+ other companies they would have sales dealings with.
DW - there’s a vast difference between business strategy and comms. I know you have issues with comms and very often I agree with your sentiments but I do not agree with how you convey those sentiments. I stand by my business strategy comments in previous post.