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Share Price: 1.175Bid: 1.15Ask: 1.20Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Inspirit Energy
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 4.35%Open: 1.075High: 1.175Low: 1.075Yesterday’s Close: 1.175


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stan70
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Ant
Sun 20:58
Great summary..I totally agree we are going to have a couple of big months here. Much to look forward to. Recent highs In the shareprice will be upon us again very soon. This will start to get the attention it deserves. Steady rise all week in my opinion. It's been way over sold.
 
Ant1986
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RE: Ant1986
Sun 18:52
No problem, we all must do our own due diligence. Important things in my mind are the following...

Most of this company is held by directors and their friends/contacts. In fact too much really but that's a side issue now as more shares are becoming available and watering down from compulsory purchase territory.

Neil Luke is highly respected and an industry veteran.

This product has been presented to Delta EE and various other major trade bodies who have supported it.

The Carbon Trust Report was positive and the economical case for the boiler has only grown since.

David Lenigas is on board and he has a better record than most at returning value to shareholders.

We have a new expert from FLOW who knows how to setup a supply chain.

Baxi are right behind the SenerTec and our boiler is cheaper and carbon neutral! Not an ICE system.

We have Calor and Caring Homes on board, both are major companies with good reputation.

We are British.

That's more positives than any other company I have cash in!!!
Ant1986
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RE: re: buysbadly
Sun 18:31
Different sort of system pal, apples with oranges basically as it's not mCHP. Honestly, check out the Baxi SenerTec and bare in mind our boiler will be 4-5k and pay back within 2-2.5 years in the correct environment (our target market). Electricity prices are set to double at the very least as EDF have s set rate for their nuclear plant in Hinckley. Fuelcell will beat our boiler to death but not for 5-6 years when it becomes viable and the infrastructure can support it. We have a huge couple of months ahead. We have to get going now to make hay whilst the sun shines.
buysbadly
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RE: re: buysbadly
Sun 15:45
It is the stated system efficiency- this is not my area of the business so happy to learn. http://www.bladeslcs.co.uk/services/commercial-and-industrial/blade-combined-heating-and-hot-water-servers

Also need to bear in mind that the cost of electricity will vary considerably so using any figure of p per KW can be a risk- using our own domestic charge is not a suitable comparison
Ant1986
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RE: re: buysbadly
Sun 11:48
And as you can see, electricity becomes free (depending on how much you use of course) to heavy users of heat, which is where the gain is made. If you don't needs lots of heat there are better options. This is a niche, although still a few hundred thousand) product.
Laelaps
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Ant1986
Sun 11:47
I have only just started to research this share and not very clued up Yet, sorry if some of my questions seem a bit dumb but would just like to get in on a AIM Share that won't kick me in the nads.
thanks for your comments.
Ant1986
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RE: re: buysbadly
Sun 11:42
That's the overall efficiency as a combined number I believe.
Laelaps
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re: buysbadly
Sun 11:31
92% efficient boiler, nothing in the world that efficient as stated by David Lenigas ?
If he has this statement wrong, how can we believe any of the other quotes he makes ?
Quote:
"I work for a co with multiple commercial properties and we have installed boilers with an efficiency of 97% "(& confirmed this).
Ant1986
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Sun 10:37
I'm afraid, you too don't quite understand its proposed setting. This boiler needs to be on, constantly pretty much to yield its peak performance, and in many cases daisy chained together as part of a more powerful setup. Ideal Boilers website show some great examples of this.

The fundamentals of the purchasing proposition for customers is that the boiler generates 3kWe per hour of running. For high thermal users like our target market they can expect to be running the boiler or multiples for extended hours of say 16 hours/day. This generates 48kWe/day at 19p/kWe or £3,300/yr.

The electricity is not free as it is derived from the heat that is provided by the gas at 4p/kWh and costs £700/yr. The difference is therefore £2,600/year benefit and 4 tonnes of CO2 less than buying from the National Grid.

I know I keep bleated on, but I've kept quiet for ages due to work.

Have a good weekend, nothing I've said is a dig, It's taken me ages to understand it, Baxi Senertec is a great product to look at to see the potential. We are much greener and cheaper though. The greener part being very important for part L.
Ant1986
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Sun 10:31
You misunderstand its efficiency, Electrical Power Output Generates a maximum of 3kW of electricity with 16% net efficiency at 20kW total gas input. Thermal Output Up to 15kW at 76% net efficiency with a gas input of 20kW. You need to understand that and the cost saving implication on each resource to understand the benefit. Part L of the building regulations are also important, especially to commercial new builds.



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