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AFC Energy PLC (LON:AFC) is to deepen its relationship with ABB Schweiz AG, the provider of electric vehicle charge points, electrification and digitalisation technologies. As part of a £33.5mln fundraising by AFC, ABB will invest £3.25mln in AFC and the two will work together on integrating AFC’s alkaline fuel cell technology into ABB’s data centres offering.
Powerhouse Energy Group PLC (LON:PHE) said James Greenstreet will retire as a director on July 7 and that it intends to appoint another non-executive director in due course. “We are very grateful to James who has completed a decade of great service to Powerhouse during which the company has made enormous progress. We wish him every success in the future with his other activities”, executive chairman Tim Yeo said in a statement.
Love Hemp Group PLC (LON:LIFE) (OTCQB:WRHLF) said non-executive independent director Charles Lamb will be stepping down from the company to focus on other business interests. “Charles has made a significant contribution to the Company over a period of successful growth and refocussing. On behalf of the board, I would like to thank him for all his efforts and support and wish him the best with future endeavours. As we move towards a listing on the [LSE] Main Market, we will be looking to strengthen our board with those who are able to provide experience and guidance to support our future growth”, Love Hemp chairman Andrew Male said in a statement.
Power Metal Resources PLC (LON:POW) said its CEO Paul Johnson purchased on market 500,000 ordinary shares at a price of 2.39p each through his Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP), £11,957 invested in total.
Tavistock Investments PLC (LON:TAVI) said it has received further letters from Paul Winfield, Hamon Capital Limited, Quay Limited, Clermont Limited and Mrs A. J. Lewis stating their intention to reject the possible all share offer by TEAM plc.
Savannah Resources PLC (LON:SAV) has updated on the progress of the environmental impact assessment (EIA) for its Mina do Barroso lithium project in Portugal, saying the country’s environment agency has said the EIA conforms with its content requirements.