What a week for our noisy neighbours over the road,, sp slipping and then making a slight recovery,, and just when we could had done with the mother of all RNS to give them a broadside,, it never came,, after the previous week when we saw big big buys going through to maybe signify a potential leak ,, the week that passed came as a damp squid with the only action over the road,, so on to next week and maybe DL has some dry powder to blow Flow out of the water with some game changing news for all inspirit holders ,,, we live in hope,,, have a good week folks ,,,
I'm not too sure what yearly sme sales will be but DL did say there were about 1million sme customers with British Gas alone ..I don't know why he used British Gas as an example. .could that be the major utility! .
Interesting Friday ., loads of very good buys which must point to some sort of positive news on the horizon,, watched the video of Dl at the investors show and don't you just love him,, puts such a good spin on almost anything he is involved in,, if any one on this board knows who that major European utility is that is involved with insp ,, I would like to find out as I have been trying to find this info since October,, may have just missed it ,, cant wait till McDonald's sign up ,, that would be a trump card.. onwards and upwards ,, looking forward to next weeks trading,. GLA,,
Thanks. I hadn't seen that before. Just watched it. He said they will start production at 100 boilers a month and "quite quickly" increase to 1000 a month when the cost will be £4500 (and seemed to suggest that would include installation). He also said (confirming with Neil Luke in the audience) that it would pay that back in 3 years (£1500 a year). Assuming 10p/kWh difference between gas and electricity rate and that the boiler produces 3kW all the time it is on, that would suggest the assumption is that the boiler would be on for 5000 hours a year (businesses using a lot of hot water as he said in the video). A 5 year payback would also be reasonable...3000 hours a year. It would need FIT for reasonable payback in typical domestic use...hence I guess the 2kW model. Domestic boiler replacement market is around 1.6m boilers a year. Any idea what the boiler sales to SME are a year?
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