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Yellow you really are not as smart as you think; with your recent statements your are an embarrasement to yourself!
F1 teams have their own fuel providers - mercedes, guess who...Petronas (the name is in the team name, all over the car and driver), Ferarri (Shell), Redbull (Mobile 1), Renault (Castrol)...etc - just look at the cars! What a clown. You seem to know pretty much nothing relevant AFC or PHE, why are you here?
The poster - the colour of a hole in snow - sold out 99.9% and made a profit on this share, according to his own admission, so I've no idea why he's bleating on about poor performance. I've been here 6 years, I'm in profit and still fully invested. The guy's has nothing insightful to say, it's all hyperbole. He lost out big time on PHE and preaches the same vapid messages. I'm happy he lost out on a 800% rise there. Very happy. :)
Thanks BB, I know they were historically mentioned in the days of Stade but I don't recall mention of that in the past year since the pivot given industrial gas facilities were getting cheap electricity and hydrogen was becoming a more valued asset.
From the link sharesport provided:
"Hydrogen Partner -
AFC Energy plc is commercialising a scalable alkaline fuel cell system, to provide clean electricity for on and off grid applications. The technology, pioneered over the past twelve years in the UK, is now being deployed in electric vehicle chargers, off-grid decentralised power systems and industrial gas plants as part of a portfolio approach to the decarbonisation of local electricity needs."
Since AFC launched its new product range, is this the first mention of "industrial gas plants"?
I dare say that AFCs track record at Stade with Air Products has helped underpin the due diligence on this deal and it would be nice to if the desired alkamen / ThyssenKrupp / de nora link-up also added confidence. Either way, it's good AFC wer not completely unknown to the DE market.
I'm also ok with no deal size being mentioned. It's a bespoke system, with delivery 12 months away for a single unit. Great endorsement of the tech but not an ideal benchmark for other negotiations to use against AFC.
If you have faith that the 31m raised, Acconia, Extreme-E, alkamem, EV charging etc will amount to anything then these dips can be seen as buying opportunities.
There are no guarantees but that's how I've managed to average down over the years. I suspect that when there is good news and a jump in SP, people will wish they had bought at these prices rather than turning againt the company / each other.
Can I remind all LTHs, many if whom are moaning now, that this was 4.66p one year ago! Thi is pure joy since those dark days when it really took nerves of steel to hold firm; let alone buy. Let's stop the bickering and be grateful we're over 400% up on the share price of Aug 27 2019.
I think this contributes to the question... I have the White family controlling 28% of PHE based on W2T takeover. I suspect they own more based on PHE shares already held.
Here's what I posted on Jan 1st 2020 (not sure why I was posting on NY day!?) - W2T 2019 - 70% shareholding 'controlled' by the White family (broken down from Tuesday 18.03 by Wholveshaveeyes)
229115 shares in W2T
White - Reyes Serena Eden
Yady Worldwide S.A
@originalharry - trying to be helpful here - if you're new to a share ISA you're best to phone the 'bank' and ask them to move your shares via Bed & ISA - this should avoid the main market and is a fraction of the cost of doing this yourself in the open market - paying the spread, waiting for funds to transfer, share price changes etc. Also best to transfer asap if you think the price is due to rise so that the shares you transfer eat up less of your annual allowance. Hope that helps.
Well said Nealsp, I do think more good news will come before the year is out but I'm quite happy with the recent RNSs. Things are certainly heading in the right direction and there are lots of possible news flow options. Exciting times ahead.
I think the issue here is not so much thr content of what is being said but the repetitive nature of it, the repetitive nature of it, the repetitive nature of it, the repetitive nature of it, the repetitive nature of it...it just gets tedious to read and adds nothing more.
For what it's worth; I think the EV chargers will find their market, it's a big world and not every country can provide an EV suitable grid infrastructure. That includes the UK in certain scenarios.
That said, I too have high(er) hopes for their other products - deisel generator replacements, alkamem and the solid state fuel cell.
Yellow - my opinion of you is indiputable; your comments are not.
No news does not equal no progress. Progess has to be made before there is news, not the other way around, and one does not necessarily equal the other, particularly when NDAs are involved.
There's a lot negativity form the some group of posters and it's down to your average SP, not the SP itself. To be clear; I wish Bond would put an end to the 'are we commercial debate' on behalf of all LTH but I feel that, based on the 31M raised, our minds should be at easy and patience through August, at least, should prevail. Nobody would collectively invest 31M without knowing more than we do, simple.
The reality is the MCap and SP has grown significantly since Bond took over, yes it's been up and down - I bought at 9p, 49p at 5p and most recently at 25p :/ (and a load in-between and at all placing - except 16p). I've averaged over 36p and I've been £60k down and still I've sold nothing. I'm now up 100% because I bought when the SP was heavily down and my money went a lot further. That said, I'm still waiting for Bond to deliver what he's promised.
Shareholder value all depends on your average SP and a lot of people from the past 2 years will be doing well right now. Ironically the long term holders have suffered the worst. It's unfortunate for LTH, those moaning and especially those who could not afford to invest more when the SP was low but there were positive signs when things we looking dire.
Those days are far behind us and the 'stable' no-news SP is a great relieve for most given where we were not so long ago.
Cheer up, it's been a darn site worse and never looked rosier!
From the RNS - running a FC with Ammonia will be a great step forward. Who did we beat to win this deal? All other FC providers! -
Each company will contribute to the cost of conducting the field trial.
AFC Energy and ACCIONA will work together to validate the technical and economic viability of the H-PowerTM system as a basis upon which future collaborations will be premised.
A key selling point of AFC Energy's H-PowerTM platform is the capability to accept cracked ammonia as the primary fuel source. As a more energy dense fuel with lower logistics and handling costs versus Hydrogen in remote locations, adoption of ammonia could have a material impact on the fuel running costs of the fuel cell system. The project will evaluate both Hydrogen and Ammonia as its primary fuel so that an holistic evaluation may be made not only comparing alkaline fuel cell efficiency with comparable fuel cell technologies but also the safety, cost effectiveness and logistical supply chain of the two fuels compared to diesel fuel in off grid construction applications.
Adam Bond, Chief Executive Officer of AFC Energy, said, "The important transition from diesel to sustainable power generation at the construction site is a key target market for AFC Energy since the launch of our H-PowerTM system in late 2019. This billion-dollar global industry has seen growing regulation, such as Europe's Non Road Mobile Machinery regulations, come into force and with that, a movement by constructors and contractors towards a more sustainable on site power generation alternative to diesel".
"Our collaboration with ACCIONA, a leading global constructor committed to sustainable business methods, is a strong vote of confidence that alkaline fuel cells can play an important role in providing green energy on construction sites and help phase out existing diesel generator fleets. We thank ACCIONA for this landmark opportunity to demonstrate how our technology can meet the strategic, financial and environmental targets facing construction companies globally."
DW - the SP was 5p for most of 2019. It was comments from Luca Buonerba (De Nora) that allowed me to significantly average down at that price and the transformational news that saw the SP rise was the launch of the suite of imminent products and pipeline products.
@Heath23 - agreed, this is what I parted a week or so a go:
This was reassuring to hear - Extreme E's Artistic Director, Fisher Stevens initially wanted guarantees that Extreme E would not cause damage to the environments they visit but has accepted that whilst they will cause some damage Alejandro Agag has guaranteed to leave the communities environment better off by providing something, such as a solar grid and implement a plan to improve the already damaged environments wherever they may be. - https://youtu.be/9vTNv9inoek