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Inspirit Energy Share Chat (INSP)



Share Price: 0.165Bid: 0.15Ask: 0.18Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Inspirit Energy
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stag1974
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RE: insp
Sun 18:10
boiler companies are like phone companies a few yrs ago prior to apps
scratching there heads on which direction the industry is going to take them

this may be a gamble at the moment but the sp wont wait around when the confirmation filters through that insp could have a place at the side of the big boys pending results
keeping this on may watch list
 
observer842
Posts: 1,523
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RE: insp
Sun 17:10
@graham-wales. I know the history of this company - I've read the RNS's and the previous companies RNS's... Take a look at the recent thread "INSP history". Sometimes time-lines are somewhat "optimistic" shall we say. But progress has been happening over the past few years. Unless of course you don't actually believe anything we have been told such as:

"Placing and director deals" (17 May 2016)
http://www.inspirit-energy.com/investors/rns-news-detail.html?id=13372300
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Since the last placing on 17 July 2015 the Company has completed the development of its micro combined heat and power boiler, the Inspirit Charger, on which a European trademark has been awarded, successfully completed internal testing and commenced the accreditation process for field trial units with Enertek International.

The funds raised will allow the Company to finalise the accreditation process and commence field trials with field trial partners as well as providing working capital for the Company's continuing development.
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and from the annual report:

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The Company also announced it entered into a collaboration agreement with the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) to produce a formal peer review, by evaluating Inspirit's micro-CHP boiler, the 'Inspirit Charger', against other micro-CHP products currently available in the market. CIBSE provide project management, execution and implementation in order to gather the data necessary to produce a report. The Company 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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The Inspirit Charger has now completed several internal trials with thousands of hours of rigorous testing and the Company has demonstrated that the appliance will meet not only market requirements, but also our quality objective of creating a product which is "sealed for life".
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To answer your question on field trials. I believe we are on the cusp of starting. I presume we are still waiting on Enertek:

From Align's report:
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The results of further tests with Enertek - which are currently being carried out, will allow the Inspirit Charger to obtain certification under the relevant EU law (Gas Appliance Directive) so it can then undergo field trials with commercial partners. These are needed to prove that the Charger is safe and reliable before being launched in to the market place and it is planned to commence with 10 initial customers, which includes major utilities and retail chains and in commercial plant rooms and domestic properties, by the 4th quarter of this financial year (to June).
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I couldn't argue that more information would be useful! But I suppose we have just had the annual report which claimed progress has been good over the past year - extremely positive in fact! ;-)

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graham-wales
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RE: insp
Sun 16:39
Suggest you read through previous rns's and see how many times they promised launch dates that never happened, the fact is it was old technology 5 years ago its even older now. How many units have they got on trial currently?
observer842
Posts: 1,523
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RE: insp
Sun 16:22
@stage1974, I guess you saw these figures in the Align report:

"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
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Smaller commercial without FiTs
Electricity output:: 3kW
First year saving: £2,082
Installed price: £11,500
Payback (years): 4.9
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Less than 5 year payback *without* fits. And with:

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Smaller commercial with FiTs
Electricity output:: 2kW
First year saving: £3,611
Installed price: £11,500
Payback (years): 3.1
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We *don't* need FiTs to be very profitable. It's just a nice bonus if the government wants to lend a hand... ;-)

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stag1974
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insp
Sun 16:20
graham

developed by Sigma Elektroteknisk AS and may be like the original tesla too early for here time

lets see if the hydrogen future has a place for it???

http://www.microchap.info/stirling_engine.htm
graham-wales
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Guys
Sun 16:04
This will never get off the ground not sure why your wasting time trying to pump this. Are they due a fundraise or something?

The company been saying the same thing for the last 3 years yet still no product not even a demo.
stag1974
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insp
Sun 15:58
observer
there's plenty of interesting info cheers I can see ears pricking up in many similar company's one can guess government may be updating announcements on tariffs ect later in the year??
I found this
The Government is concerned that should deployment of mCHP accelerate, the cost of nearly 30,000 installations would present an additional pressure – up to £15m a year - on the Levy Control Framework (LCF). As mCHP is a low-carbon, but not a renewable, technology and was included in FITs as a pilot, this level of expenditure is disproportionate to that available to other mainstream FIT renewable technologies.
65. We propose maintaining the existing 30,000 limit on the number of eligible mCHP installations. However we propose that support for the technology up to March 2019 be brought within the £100m budget.
https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/535842/FITs_ADmCHP_consultation_document_May_2016_1_-_14_July_deadline.pdf

insp may be still early days but worth watching has they look to be aiming in the right direction but I would like to see more government backing in this field before throwing some weight in
observer842
Posts: 1,523
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RE: Great INSP Articles
Sun 14:27
Oh, and look - gas prices down: electricity prices up:

"No excuse for energy price rises, says Ofgem" (19 January 2017)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-38681378
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EDF cut gas prices by 5.2% on 6 January but will raise electricity prices by 8.4% on 1 March.
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observer842
Posts: 1,523
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RE: Great INSP Articles
Sun 14:22
Come on INSP - those are great articles which I want to see more of! Better publicity needed though - I'd pretty much forgotten about them until searching for whether we could run on Hydrogen - of course we can! ;-)

Ob.
observer842
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Great INSP Articles
Sun 14:21
Well worth a (re)read of our 5 "Inspirit Uncovered" blogs:

http://www.inspirit-energy.com/story/blog-inspirit-uncovered

"Why would anyone want a combined heat and power boiler?" (September 08, 2015)
http://www.inspirit-energy.com/article/3042222-why-would-anyone-want-a-combined
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But, I hear you say, why would anyone want a CHP boiler anyway, if modern boilers are already so efficient? The answer is very simple – it’s all about the electricity.
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"A building block of the ‘smart city’" (January 13, 2016)
http://www.inspirit-energy.com/article/3051461-a-building-block-of-the-smart
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The Inspirit Charger, in common with other microCHP appliances, generates in response to heat, which is easy to store. The timing of peak heat demand tends to reflect peak electricity demand, making the electricity from an Inspirit Charger much more valuable than electricity from solar PV panels.

This means that, with some intelligent controls, microCHP can respond to peaks in demand for electricity and help to keep those peak costs low. Sometimes that demand will be limited to the business or building in which the Inspirit Charger is installed, whereas at other times being part of a wider community will be more advantageous.
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"MicroCHP and battery storage – a powerful combo?" (March 14, 2016)
http://www.inspirit-energy.com/article/3108600-microchp-and-battery-storage-a
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The Inspirit Charger generates electricity at the same time as heat. The overall efficiency is in excess of 90%. This means that the cost of the electricity, assuming all the heat is used, is only around 10% more than the cost of gas. Given that gas can be purchased domestically now for as little as 2.25p/kWh, this means that the cost of electricity produced by the Inspirit Charger is just 2.5p/kWh in terms of gas use, more than four times cheaper than electricity from the grid. Once installed, it makes perfect sense to ‘refuel’ a Tesla with an Inspirit Charger, particularly since the Inspirit Charger can run overnight, which is just when the Tesla is likely to be charging.
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"The Future Of Gas" (April 08, 2016)
http://www.inspirit-energy.com/article/3138700-the-future-of-gas
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In the longer term, Stirling engines are supremely fuel flexible, as they are powered by heat and not directly by gas. That means that any fuel which produces heat can be used to drive a Stirling engine.
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"What does ‘Brexit’ mean for Inspirit Energy?" (July 08, 2016)
http://www.inspirit-energy.com/article/3261186-what-does-brexit-mean-for-inspirit
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Even better, the fall in the value of sterling makes our products more financially attractive abroad in markets such as Europe and North America.
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Come on INSP - those are great articles which I want to see more of! Better publicity needed though - I'd pretty much forgotten about them until searching for




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