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Ceres Power: its technology explained and questions answered

2nd July 2021 12:16

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Watch this popular green energy company discuss its technology and take questions from shareholders.

Ceres Power (LSE:CWR) CEO Phil Caldwell, CFO Richard Preston and CTO Mark Selby provide a detail overview on its solid oxide electrolyser (SOEC) technology and answer a range of investor questions. The event, held on 1 July 2021, is brought to you by our friends at Investor Meet Company.

Highlights:

Q&A 1:03:55

About the company:

Ceres Power Holdings PLC is a UK- based technology solutions provider. It is one of the leading developers of fuel cell technology, which enables the production of clean and low-cost energy. The company's business revolves around its key product, the Ceres SteelCell. It is a perforated sheet of steel with a ceramic layer that converts fuel directly into electrical power. Its SteelCell technology uses the existing infrastructure of mains natural gas and is manufactured using commodity materials, such as steel. Ceres primarily caters to the automotive industry. Among its other markets are transportation, commercial and light industrial sectors.Ceres Power Holdings PLC is a developer of electronic components in the United Kingdom. It mainly provides fuel cell technology in the form of steel sheets, which make use of natural gas to convert fuel energy directly into electric power.

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