Fuel cell tech firm, providing environmentally friendly and cheaper energy to customers globally.
Interesting article on this company from earlier this week - https://theenergyst.com/ceres-claims-zero-emissions-hydrogen-fuelled-chp-system/
Don’t believe the hype. That chart includes a reverse stock split.
Ceres is a blast from the past. They were the hot spin out from my university when I was still there. (Imperial represent!) Their stock soared in the early days, they were working with Centrica/British Gas, but that came to nothing.
I don’t know enough about the company or the industry to invest. But they’re still loss making.
I did not know that. It shows I have to read more about companies I’m considering.
Correct - 10:1 in 2018. I also remember when they were the ‘big thing’ in the utilities sector.
A bit of interesting insight and discussion into Hydrogen Cells here:
From simply Wall Street:
There are controversial claim about hydrogen fuel cell. Any thoughts ?
I have a small amount on Ceres, which has been performing very well in past two months.
I sold my ITM Power, too early.
I’d love to invest £1,000, but I’m afraid I have the same question as you:
Any experts here?
Care to elaborate on the issue?
Not an expert in the matter.
From the video you posted on this thread my understanding is: despite hydrogen has not a bright future in the car industry it has huge potential in other industries.
I was wondering if there were any expert!?
It’s only cars that they don’t think will adapt hydrogen cells, this is simply due to the cost of rolling out a comprehensive set of filling stations and no-one really trying to do it.
It has clear applications for heavy goods transport, shipping and aeroplanes due to the speed of recharge when compared to EV.
EV vs Hydrogen is just the next gen Petrol vs Diesel imo.
Ceres is nothing to do with hydrogen. It uses natural gas.
Ceres make SteelCell right?
SteelCell generates power from ethanol, hydrogen and biogas…
Edit: says so on their website?
Oh, I was wrong. I always thought their focus was on gas, and to have the technology in homes.
I’m making it a habit to read up about the FreeTrade listed companies in the evenings.
What struck me about Ceres was, similar to Games Workshop (unexpected comparison I know), royalty revenues.
They have signed agreements with four of the world’s largest engineering and power companies, and licensing revenue now makes up half of the sales:
Royalties are a high margin revenue source, so the gross margin to 75 per cent in 2019, resulting in a gross profit of £11.5m.
I’ll share if I come across any other groups with licensing activity.
Yes, all the way!! But small position.
I am tempted to cash in the profit, but I believe environmentally focused businesses are the future.
Looks like Bosch have increased their holding by several %