More trials must mean more positive early feedback, if we can get this data out into the domain then perhaps it will clear up why John Gunn and David Lenigas backed the company with thier own hard earned money.
INSP is so cheap its sickening as I've just been whipped on MSMN so sticking safer. The FLOW director and the funding support means the company is in such a better place than it was.
Our view: This is important news. Barchester Healthcare has already been around to ‘kick the tyres’; now it is taking the m-CHP for a proper test run. Inspirit management know that its ‘over-engineered’ product can deliver exactly ‘what it says on the tin’. For an independent operator like Barchester, this means the installation of an efficient ‘green’ technology that is not only 100% reliable but also capable of producing cost savings that amount to a four-year or less payback on its original investment. Being hard task masters, their subsequent approval will not only result is a major installation contact for Inspirit, but will also provide the independent endorsement that many other similarly-sized small commercial operators are crying out for. As Beaufort has already stated, Micro Combined Heat and Power Systems are a revolution waiting to happen. This giant prospective global and highly addressable market will be increasingly powered by governments striving to comply with the EU’s 2020 carbon emissions targets. The market has been waiting for a true ‘killer application’ to be put on the table. Inspirit’s high value-added Sterling Engine design, however, does appear to tick this box and Barchester’s trial should be proving that. The Board is now taking preparatory steps to move from prototyping to volume production. Potential rewards, both in terms of own manufacture and external licensing, for Inspirit are very large indeed.
Beaufort Securities acts as corporate broker to Inspirit Energy Holdings plc
You have to be very weary of any AIM company, its an art picking the wheat from the chaff. That said, this looks to be a company in the making. Chances are this is going to be very successful. We are not talking about an oily here where there success hinges on an oil find..50 50% ..This is partly proven technology, technology that will save very large companies a lot of cash. If I we're a ceo of the likes of EON and someone offered me what Inspirit is offering then I'd snap there hand off..thats just good business sense..its not rocket science. Money saving is the key. When proven via trials this will be the most sort after option.
Then we as investors who have been patient will benifit too. Simple. Early part of 2015 will see the shareprice move significantly imo. GL
tend always to be very cautious,pays to be other wise easy to lose money on aim, personally I feel until these trials prove positive which Im confident they will and these trials are turned into commercial contracts with income the share price will stay below 2p,positive side is that at this price you would have thought it can not drop much lower,how long will these trials take? 1 month 3 months 6 months,will at time next year if all gos to plan launch a much bigger fund raising but hopefully by then cotracts will be signed and share price well above 2p,all a gamble,the big utilities will sit on the side lines to see if this product works b4 signing up to anything
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