On April 5th Inspirit Energy opened their presentation to a collective of investors relating to the progress the company has made since listing in mid 2013. Inspirit majority owned by John Gunn and headed on a day to day basis by Neil Luke have made exceptional progress, the company has introduced a number of strategic partnerships not only to build,test and manufacture there mCHP (washing machine size) boiler but to help fast track and advance discussions with industry majors:
Inspirit Energy (LSE AIM: INSP) announces it has signed a landmark Agreement with a major European Utility company, that will see Inspirit Energy supply and install one of the the Company’s first highly efficient mCHP micro co-generation boilers into the Utility’s test and verification facilities when the first commercial specification appliances become available later in the year.
Whilst other listed companies operate within the peer group there’s none that offer the 3kw output nor is there any that can operate at a small/mid commercial level. Inspirits mCHP boiler is also out on commercial test with caring homes which leads us to believe that the relationship with caring homes has led to a uptake by the ” Monumental (Landmark) Partner ” The reality now is the shares will exchange hands significantly higher than the 12 month low. Today offers an opportunity for investors & shareholders alike to expose themselves to an industry that will demonstrate an intrinsic focus on fuel reductions etc.
Based on the news entering the arena coupled with director interest it appears to be a good binary bet from 1.3p
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