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Inspirit Energy Share Chat (INSP)



Share Price: 0.0725Bid: 0.07Ask: 0.075Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Inspirit Energy
Spread: 0.005Spread as %: 7.14%Open: 0.075High: 0.075Low: 0.0725Yesterday’s Close: 0.0725


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observer842
Posts: 3,306
Question
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:0.0725
RE: Dec 2017
Sun 11:58
More Dec 2017 deadlines:

"Collaboration Agreement with the CIBSE" (16 August 2016)
http://www.inspirit-energy.com/investors/rns-news-detail?id=6xl7o7r
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The CIBSE will commence the project immediately, providing project management, execution and implementation in order to gather the data necessary to produce a report. Inspirit will provide access to its field trial data as well as offering technical and commercial guidance. It is expected that the final report will be published by the end of 2017.
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Also worth listening to what our Sales Director Paddy Thompson had to say on the matter. First 13 minutes:

"561 - Inspirit Energy and Alan Green on Purple Bricks" (17 Aug 2016)
https://audioboom.com/posts/4942869-561-inspirit-energy-and-alan-green-on-purple-bricks
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Paddy Thompson, Sales Director of Inspirit Energy #INSP discusses their recent Collaboration Agreement with the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers or CIBSE.
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Not sure that interview has been posted on here before - didn't seem familiar to me! So @paddy - how is the CIBSE report coming along? Presumably if good it will strengthen our position on the route to commercialisation - which surely must happen in 2018! ;-)

Ob.
 
observer842
Posts: 3,306
Observation
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:0.0725
Dec 2017
Sun 11:26
"NOTICE TO INVESTORS OF Inspirit Energy GBP Asset Backed ETI (ISIN MT0001151365)" (17 November 2017)
http://www.mondaq.com/x/647542/Directors+Officers/Notice+To+Investors+Of+Inspirit+Energy+GBP+Asset+Backed+ETI
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...that it intends to amend the terms and conditions of the securitisation bonds, named Inspirit Energy GBP Securitisation Bonds, having ISIN MT0001111369 (the "Terms and Conditions") and redeem all the securities by the end of December 2017.

The Board of Directors of the Company do not have objection to the proposed amendment of removing the Lock up Period, in the Terms and Conditions.
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Now why would that have been brought forward to the end of December I wonder... Have we found ourselves a backer who wants the loose ends tidying up? Silence from the BoD is eerie ;-) This clearly fell through:

"Statement re share price movement" (3 May 2017)
http://www.inspirit-energy.com/investors/rns-news-detail?id=ry6jg8x
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Further to the share price movement today, Inspirit confirms that it is in discussions with Argentarius ETI Management Ltd about structuring a fixed interest bond instrument for the Company of up to £2 million.
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but the question is, was it replaced with something better given our development target was exceeded:

"Product Update: Development target exceeded" (18 July 2017)
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To this end, improvements to the design of the Company's Stirling engine technology, including simplification as part of the 'design for manufacture' ("DFM") process, have resulted in a peak electrical output in excess of 3.2kW of electricity against the unit's benchmark output of 3.0kW, whilst maintaining the same fuel input and heat output.
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The DFM process is the means by which the manufacturing cost of the technology is reduced through engineering improvements and through improved manufacturability. The DFM process has already yielded several engineering improvements and manufacturing cost reductions and more are expected. Improved manufacturability leverages volume based cost reductions which will be available once commercial production starts.
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We could be so close to commercialisation, yet holders are clearly selling. Bonkers. Of course it's a gamble, and perhaps it's me that is bonkers! I think it's likely we'll find out within weeks/a month or two. GLA!

Ob.
stag1974
Posts: 2,177
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.0725
RE: director buys from 0.68 to 0.12
Fri 14:45
update soon ?
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Inspirit Energy are commercialising the Inspirit Charger for production launch in 2017. We are seeking field trial partners and taking expressions of interest for prospective customers interested in our pre-production field trials. Register your interest below.
Fallingknife1
Posts: 3,215
Observation
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:0.075
RE: Re. Director buy
Tue 23:53
You certainly do! A round of applause from me and not far off 50% rise in the SP Obs. Let see as I am convinced this will be down the pan by the end of the year.
observer842
Posts: 3,306
Question
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:0.075
RE: Re. Director buy
Tue 21:27
My money is on a placing at 0.1p. Do I get a prize if I'm right? ;-)
mannnan
Posts: 37,597
Premium Chat Member
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:0.075
Re. Director buy
Tue 17:24
Look like director are getting free shares or why would they buy when the shares price keep going lower and lower and lower. I think in coming days and months the director can buy sub. 00 04. But strong sell for now
graham-wales
Posts: 32,259
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.075
RE: director buys from 0.68 to 0.12
Tue 17:11
The only news that might get this back on track is that the boiler is ready to launch. Unfortunately they have no money to produce any boilers let alone sufficient quantities to make any money from the sales.

I'm still interested though to see if the boiler actually works unlike the one at Flow.
stag1974
Posts: 2,177
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.075
RE: director buys from 0.68 to 0.12
Tue 14:23
I guess scaremongering is ok if your buying at the bottom
is this the bottom? its certainly low enough to stop investors selling yet low enough to bring in buyers
news of progress needed

any sniff of news and 10 bagger she will be :)
will MM's let you buy then? yes but no where near these levels
insp they keep there lip sealed and axe to the grindstone
will this be a lotto win $$$$$$$$$ we can live in hope :)
Fallingknife1
Posts: 3,215
Answer
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:0.075
RE: director buys from 0.68 to 0.12
Tue 13:03
No offence taken Obs but it seems a legitimate point to raise given the dilution and JGs holding. Scaremongering is quite pejorative as you know. I post on many shares and have been a member a long time here. Those are hardly the credentials of a scaremongerer.
I have often thanked you for your posts and wished you well. I think any angst you have against me is due to the SP and not what I post actually. I welcome it when you challenge my posts but you may notice I never question you or other's agenda. So this discussion isnt a level playing field.
However I am interested to see how it plays out. If you are right you will be handsomely rewarded obs. If I am right your current perspective will be out the window and you will probably think differently too on the points I have raised.
observer842
Posts: 3,306
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.075
RE: director buys from 0.68 to 0.12
Tue 09:06
Indeed @stag. No offence @Fallingknife - but it is the likes of your scaremongering, for example talking about privatisation (for what purpose?), that has affected sentiment here. You know it, we know it. Sentiment can change. But admittedly we need help from the BoD for that! ;-)




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