30th May 2019
ITM Power (AIM: ITM), the energy storage and clean fuel company, provides a trading update, which includes progress on the contracts pipeline and updates on some of the major projects currently underway.
7th May 2019
ITM Power is pleased to announce the extension of the UK refuelling collaboration agreement with Shell, which was originally announced on 10 September 2015. The new agreement will run until 2024, and covers the refuelling of all types of hydrogen vehicles; from passenger cars to commercial vehicles, including buses, trucks, trains and ships.
3rd May 2019
ITM Power is pleased to note the ‘Net Zero’ report by the Committee on Climate Change, where at the very start of the Report, it highlights, in a detailed 48 page section, the vital role that hydrogen could play to achieve zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
19th March 2019
ITM Power is pleased to announce that Toyota Australia have purchased from ITM Power a 0.25MW rapid-response PEM electrolyser. Further details of the other three sales will be released in due course.
6th February 2019
ITM Power note the announcement from OLEV released yesterday, stating “In another boost for the zero emission vehicle and automotive sector, winners of a £14 million competition to fund hydrogen fuel cell vehicle and hydrogen refuelling infrastructure projects have also been announced.”
14th January 2019
ITM Power announce the sale of four 250kW electrolyser systems totaling 1MW to three different customers across Australia. Further details of these projects will be released in due course.
8th January 2019
ITM Power announce half year results for the six month period ended 31 October 2018.
17th December 2018
ITM Power announce that its German subsidiary, ITM Power GmbH, has signed a lease on new larger premises to accommodate both business development staff and technical support personnel.
29th November 2018
ITM Power is pleased to note the announcement by the HyDeploy partners following the award of £14.9m of further funding by Ofgem.
6th November 2018
ITM Power provide an update on HyDeploy, the £6.8 million project, funded by Ofgem and led by Cadent and Northern Gas Networks. The project is an energy trial to establish the potential for blending up to 20% hydrogen into the normal gas supply to reduce carbon dioxide emissions