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Inspirit Energy Share Chat (INSP)



Share Price: 0.165Bid: 0.16Ask: 0.17Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Inspirit Energy
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 6.25%Open: 0.165High: 0.165Low: 0.165Yesterday’s Close: 0.165


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observer842
Posts: 1,638
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:0.165
Walk towards the light
Thu 23:42
@Wingnutter - and please take a careful, critical, unbiased read of:

"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
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Benefits give the potential to become the UK's leading mCHP product. With the price of electricity typically being 4 to 5 times the price of gas, substantial savings can be made on utility bills from using the Charger, *even without the benefit of Feed in Tariffs*. The Charger has a number of other benefits for customers including a fast payback period, easy installation and low maintenance costs.
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If there are any sections that you don't understand or think I might be able to elaborate on, I'm happy to help. Perhaps you are able to save me a trip to the psychiatrist by pointing out in a well reasoned, calm and collected manner why INSP isn't *potentially* a very decent risk to reward hold/buy at this point in time, at *this* share price, on its journey to commercialisation?

Ob
 
Wingnutter
Posts: 216
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:0.165
Strong sell
Thu 23:11
This company has less then nothing going for it, it is run by a bunch of snake oil salesmen that have the sole purpose of sucking the life blood out of gullible private investors. Their market information has been lies after lies, this tudd can't be polished no more. Anyone investing here must need their head examined.

Gunn, Lenigas, Nilesh have had all the investers pant down.

Go on Obs, try getting a placing away to keep you in malt and coronas, do remind me what the last placing price was at! Patted yourself on the back that it was .02 pence more than the one before. long way to pump this, but do try, I will be around to chuck some history at you.
observer842
Posts: 1,638
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:0.165
Strong buy
Thu 22:44
Wow - I didn't even realise I'd upped my opinion from buy to strong buy as of late for INSP - that's what happens when you research a company that has potential! Try it... ;-)

I've downgraded it for this post though - INSP is still a considerable gamble from here IMHO: not for the faint-hearted.
observer842
Posts: 1,638
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.165
RE: The next Warren Buffet
Thu 22:40
It's a reputation thing @111baker. He sees INSP as being a success - perhaps even this year - I do too, I'm guessing others are fearful of silence: I don't particularly like it, but sometimes you have to be brave and buy when everyone else is selling - especially if you have DYOR and don't like looking a potential gift horse in the mouth! ;-)

@DavidLenigas
9:43 am - 4 Jan 2017
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I predict this will be the year for Inspirit Energy @inspiritenergy and it changing the world to a much better greener place. Less CO2.
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@DavidLenigas
9:49 AM - 9 Feb 2017
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@brighouserecord @inspiritenergy Inspirit techlogy heading off shore IMHO. World beating.
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observer842
Posts: 1,638
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.165
Green Gas and INSP
Thu 22:31
(This is quite a long post - skip to the bottom for important a potentially very interesting USP between INSP and ecotricity)

The latest episode of fully charged:

"Ecotricity - Green Gas | Fully Charged" (Feb 15, 2017)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDHdSNJpoXs

is an interesting watch which pointed me towards:

"Our Green Gas"
https://www.ecotricity.co.uk/our-green-energy/our-green-gas

I've taken a read of all the material I could find on that site related to green gas, and I think I'll need to see a full cost benefit analysis, including a total cost of ownership and resulting cost per kWh to the end user, without government incentives, before I can truly buy into the vision. I suspect that with appropriate incentives and perhaps an introduction of a carbon tax it might make an attractive short to medium term proposition - but without these?

Without seeing the figures we should certainly take this claim:

"Green Gas - The opportunity for Britain" (November 2016)
https://www.ecotricity.co.uk/our-green-energy/our-green-gas/campaign-for-green-gas/green-gas-report
https://www.ecotricity.co.uk/content/download/1728102/36631822/file/green-gas-report.pdf
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Distribution: We can use the UK’s existing gas infrastructure to distribute bio-methane through a highly
efficient and nation-wide transmission and distribution network which provides heating for 80% of UK
homes at no extra cost on our energy bills. It also means we can use people’s existing boilers. This is a
major advantage compared to other forms of renewable heating like heat pumps, which require installation
of costly and often bulky units in people’s homes.
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"at not extra cost on our energy bills" with a pinch of salt!

But this is the point why I'm posting this - it would be prudent to assume that although they haven't published their business case (and why would they!?) that the company has churned through the figures and decided that in fact it *is* an attractive proposition - one in which the end cost to the customer is of the same order as what they currently pay, perhaps a little more, or indeed, perhaps a little less: around 4p or so a kWh - surely they wouldn't embark on such a venture if the end price were significantly higher?

And this is where INSP comes in - read the following very carefully: A customer of ecotricity purchasing/leasing an Inspirit Charger would be able to generate clean electricity as a side product of heating their premises, with a pay back time of a 3-5 years, enabled by the cost of electricity being 3-4 times that of gas. If that isn't a unique selling point to ecotricity customers, I don't know what is!

I'd be quite impressed if we were in talks - if not, get to it already! ;-)

Ob.
111baker
Posts: 158
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.16
The next Warren Buffet
Thu 10:07
DL was on hundreds of boards till last year, giving him many contacts with money to invest, so if he sees a juicy opportunity he offers to them a chance to come in at .001 for $50,000, with the prospect of selling as the company is launched on AIM - selling enough to make their investment risk free, making the inevitable wait while the company is prepared for monetetisation palatable.
The risk of the `juicy opportunity` tanking should not be ignored, but so far the lemons seem to be few in number.
The fascination is how he combines his disparate companies into one gigashare and emulates Warren Buffet.
The oil in the Weald basin may provide clues to how he will do it

Inspirit is under the radar -few aware it is a DL share.
read observer, barksy1 and my posts [own opinion for my amusement only]
111baker
Posts: 158
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.16
The next Warren Buffet
Thu 09:52
DL was on hundreds of boards till last year, giving him many contacts with money to invest, so if he sees a juicy opportunity he offers to them a chance to come in at .001 for $50,000, with the prospect of selling as the company is launched on AIM - selling enough to make their investment risk free, making the inevitable wait while the company is prepared for monetetisation palatable.
The risk of the `juicy opportunity` tanking should not be ignored, but so far the lemons seem to be few in number.
The fascination is how he combines his disparate companies into one gigashare and emulates Warren Buffet.
The oil in the Weald basin may provide clues to how he will do it

Inspirit is under the radar -few aware it is a DL share.
read observer, barksy1 and my posts [own opinion for my amusement only]
McIntyre76
Posts: 609
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.16
RE: CIBSE Progress Report?
Thu 09:03
Hi Observer. Makes good reading. My position is hold until I see further evidence of developments. I sincerely hope this product comes to market. The tech is a world beater and is best of British.

Mc
observer842
Posts: 1,638
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.155
CIBSE Progress Report?
Thu 08:19
It's now 6 months to the day since the start of the CIBSE agreement:

"Collaboration Agreement with the CIBSE" (16 August 2016)
http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/INSP/12932369.html
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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.

John Gunn, Chairman and CEO of Inspirit, commented, "It is an honour to be working alongside the CIBSE, an internationally recognised body of industry professionals. The CIBSE has taken a clear interest in micro-CHP technology, which they see as a serious and obvious challenger to the traditional boiler systems currently installed across the world."
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Note the two paragraphs I chose to quote. The CIBSE started the project immediately, doing pretty much all of the work, and John Gunn stated the CIBSE as seeing mCHP technology as "serious and obvious challenger to the traditional boiler systems currently installed across the world"

So 6 months on. No news. I presume from:

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The peer review will be available to CIBSE members, the Government and its stakeholders, providing impartial information as to the application and benefits within regulatory assessment measures of this new and very exciting development in heat and power delivery for homes and commercial properties.
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that if the government gets to see the report then it will be publicly available. Unless of course... ;-)

Now where is that 6 months progress report?

By the way, in case it isn't obvious to everyone reading this - in *theory* unless an RNS is released to the contrary, what is said in an RNS must be assumed to be continuing to happen. Therefore we are led to assume that the CIBSE are just getting on with it - gather the data necessary. INSP would be obliged to RNS something to the contrary if that were not the case as this is share price sensitive information. Just saying...

Ob.
observer842
Posts: 1,638
Question
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.145
Gutter or Stars?
Tue 23:28
So what do you reckon? Who sells 6,224,406 shares at the all time low of 0.137p? My bet is on a stressed seller, or probably more likely, someone who has got fed up with lack of news and lost all faith in the company. I'm guessing it was a PI thinking they can make good of their losses elsewhere: and there will be losses - hopefully not too big though! Now of course if it isn't a PI then we might want to worry that someone knows something we don't... According to the capital structure:

http://www.inspirit-energy.com/uploads/results_reports_presentations/1483098697-a75cfa2fb6552ea57/AIM%20Rule%2026%20Capital%20Structure%207th%20December%202016.pdf

it isn't Neil Luke or Nilesh Jagatia as they only own 5,300,000 between them. It's very unlikely to be John Gunn! but never say never. I'd get my magnifying glass out if it was for significantly more, but not worth the effort really - there will be sellers, there will be buyers, and either will move the market at these low volumes. One thing I'm reasonably certain of, if and when volume picks up again on good news, the shares will exchange hands for significantly more than today's share price!

But will it come good? Will there be news? When will there be news? Holding and or buying in now is indeed a gamble - but it certainly feels like the risk to reward ratio is good from here - a small free float (JG owns 39.9% of the shares!), and a market cap of 1.5m or so for a company that has invested 10's of millions on a world beating technology on the cusp of commercialisation, with the potential to be worth 100's if not billions of pounds long term.

I'll tell you what, if John Gunn is able to pull this off, he is going to be one hell of a rich guy!

So what is it to be? Is this company destined for the gutter or for the stars? Place your bets please.

Ob




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