David Lenigas believes we are close to roll out here - hopefully, the trials are going well. Personally I am not expecting too much here until much later this year and might top up again, especially on any more dips .... Gla
JC - doesn't make any sense. A £4,000 saving even in the business market. A 3kW device does not get FiT, so if it ran all year every day for 24hrs - which is impossible and say the spark spread is 10p/kWh. Then 24hrs * 3kW * 365 day in year * 10p saving = £ 2,628 max saving. Then you have to factor in the cost of the unit plus installation. Very misleading quote from John Gunn.
The RNS of the 17th December 2015 advised the following.
"Enertek will complete safety and performance testing during January and February prior to EC Certification via BSI Certification which involves testing the appliance to European Standards covering gas safety, electrical safety and thermal/electrical efficiency. Once certified to the relevant European Directives the Inspirit Charger will be released for field trials"
They planned to send the unit to Enertek 2nd half of January 2016 and was anticipated the would test the unit during January and February.
The audio interview posted on the 13th April 2016 mentions they unit is currently undergoing unit and type approvals with the BSI Institute.
This suggests to me the the performance testing with Enertek is now complete, otherwise it would not now be with the BSI Institute.
I was refraining from answering JeffreyG as he asked for some positives. As none have emerged then I would advise JeffG to read Timbage's reposting of earlier guff. I haven't seen the interview yet but in view of the claims outlined above in johnchucka's post, would it be unkind to suggest John Gunn should be sent off for certification himself? They are as breathtaking as they are bizarre. Beyond terrible! Actions however speak louder than words so let's see if they deliver on anything? Ever?
John Gunn suggested that the first users would be businesses who have high demands for hot water and electricity and made it very clear that the average household would not be the early adopters.. they would come later . This is what the £4000 saving estimate relates to I assume.
Agree with sentiment on this board . INSP communication with investors is appalling. I hope the hot air the boiler produces is more substantive.
In his interview he said that the customer would save £4000 per annum. How can that be when the average electricity bill in the UK is around £400 per annum. Lot's of claims here, rolling out in the highstreet - who too? They RNS everything so why wouldn't they tell us.
Can they show us one perhaps installed anywhere, even in their lab working? I agree with JeffreyG would steer clear of them. No revenue, no boiler, no chance!
I invested in Flow, and then decided to look at this as it was mentioned on the Flow website earlier this week. Right now, I think my best action would be to stay away from any company touting to have the "magical" product known as the mCHP boiler. Lots of talk but no action (no product). Is there anyone here who sees things differently?
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