You are certainly correct that I remain enthusiastic for our Stirling Engine technology @Fallingknife! The reason is that I've done my research into the competition, and it looks like it is mostly fuel cells from here, but as I mentioned the other day - I believe we still have the edge in terms of TCO and the all important pay back times for a sufficiently large portion of the mCHP market to more than make it worth our while alone, or with a partner to commercialise. In terms of others out there: you can forget about the likes of flow: the heat/electricity ratios just don't compare, and it looks like they've been having problems of their own the past few years if the more reasoned on their chat board are to be believed.
In terms of funding you really should heed this paragraph from:
"Inspirit Energy - On the cusp of cogeneration commercialisation & trading at a fraction of replacement IP cost" (13th June 2016) http://www.alignresearch.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Inspirit-Energy-Align-Research-13th-June-2016-Final.pdf === Inspirit's current market capitalisation of £3.89 million represents just a fraction of the money spent on developing the technology over three decades. Competitors have spent sums in the tens to hundreds of million pounds on their technologies, which gives some idea of the cost of development from scratch (and not considering the time involved). Consequently, we believe that the company may be attractive to competitors given this commercial consideration. As John Gunn holds a major stake he has influence to extract a decent price and we doubt it is anywhere near the current valuation. ===
"we doubt it is anywhere near the current valuation" - and that was £3.89 million. We are currently valued at around a third of this! Don't you see we are potentially in a situation where those buying in now could make an absolute killing, and as for those selling... As I said the other day, a single whiff of positive news and this share really could fly, but of course by then the opportunity to buy in at these bargain prices would be gone in a flash...
Regarding David Lenigas stepping down: he stepped down from all of his *AIM* companies at the same time:
I admire your enthusiasm Observer. Is the ex chairman the one who stood down because he was too busy? Too busy for the best in class, groundbreaking, disruptive technology? The longer the silence goes on the more powerful and deadly the fumes that these are running on becomes. Only a rights issue or dilution can fund production. What;'s happened to all the trials and deadlines. All smoke and mirrors and hot air sadly. It is awful that this is beyond beyond terrible.but I would say the plates can;t be kept spinning for much longer.
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