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Share Price: 0.054Bid: 0.05Ask: 0.058Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Inspirit Energy
Spread: 0.008Spread as %: 16.00%Open: 0.054High: 0.054Low: 0.054Yesterday’s Close: 0.054


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stag1974
Posts: 2,620
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.05
RE: mr gunn
12 Jun '18
THE MANS ABOUT TO RAISE THE TITANNIC ON INSP :)
 
stag1974
Posts: 2,620
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.05
mr gunn
12 Jun '18
The Company has been informed that today that John Gunn, Chief Executive Officer, has today purchased 500,000 Ordinary Shares of 0.05p each look at OCT
WE GETTING RNS SOON???
nomlungu
Posts: 1,429
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.05
I do not know
12 Jun '18
In my watch list - boom or bust?
dougiem36
Posts: 1,766
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.05
RE: insp
12 Jun '18
haven't been in 'collage' for a long time yah nobber
stag1974
Posts: 2,620
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.05
RE: insp
11 Jun '18
that's right you don't think lol keep your eyes on your collage book pal
that's how money made on this casino :)
not long now for a RNS one can guess
dougiem36
Posts: 1,766
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.05
RE: insp
11 Jun '18
I don't think 1 buy today at 4%+ opening price constitutes the fuse being lit....whats the rumour? your post? lol
stag1974
Posts: 2,620
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.05
insp
11 Jun '18
bring on the results mr gunn
lets see the baby shine
stag1974
Posts: 2,620
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.05
insp
11 Jun '18
rumour has it the fuse as been lit on insp sp price?
dougiem36
Posts: 1,766
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.05
RE: An RNS
7 Jun '18
you mean apart from futher dilution with 650m new shares hitting the market today ?
bbdd
Posts: 1,536
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.05
An RNS
6 Jun '18
but not very much else.
BrownAdder
Posts: 538
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.05
long road....
5 Jun '18
will see in a couple of years....
Fallingknife1
Posts: 3,836
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.05
Someone sold 31p
5 Jun '18
of shares on the 31st. He must have fire wood burning through the night.
BrownAdder
Posts: 538
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
RE: observer842
22 May '18
Thanks Ob

Extremely valued almost priceless contribution from you.
observer842
Posts: 4,444
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:0.06
Energy from gas
21 May '18
Decent report from the institute of mechanical engineers.

"ENERGY FROM GAS: TAKING A WHOLE SYSTEM APPROACH" (May 2018)
http://www.imeche.org/docs/default-source/1-oscar/reports-policy-statements-and-documents/imeche-energy-from-gas-report-final-may-2018.pdf

The section on power to gas drew my attention, as I see this approach being adopted in countries with existing gas infrastructure to seasonally shift renewable power generation. Eventually I see practically all the world going Solar/Battery (with a bit of wind), but there is a good few decades for transitional technologies to play a part. One such technology being low cost, low maintenance, sealed for life mCHP Stirling boilers! ;-)

Ob.
maidit308
Posts: 850
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
re resolutions
19 May '18
many thanks OB for your reply .... and yes I have work it out now....

I was just about to ask you what's next for INSP now that we have got funding sorted out...
but your second post explained that very well indeed'' with a balance view .....I will wait patiently and see what happen..

that was a good bounce on friday,,, hope it continue next week...and we get some more news

GLA

REGARDS
observer842
Posts: 4,444
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:0.06
RE: observer842
19 May '18
I've no idea about the timescales @BrownAdder! What we know is that a few years back it seemed we were on the cusp of something world beating and then we hit a brick wall and the company went silent on the PR front. In the absence of official information I can only surmise that we either spotted a flaw which would have prevented accreditation before we attempted it, or we outright failed the accreditation process, to what degree I don't know. Other possibilities are available, especially when you consider the accusations of fraud over on the FLOW board regarding their (failed!) mCHP.

But leaving aside the possibility of foul play (for now!) we've had two years since the summer of 2016 to fix whatever went wrong, and in the process have increased the peak electrical output of the boiler to 3.2kWe and reduced manufacturing costs by substituting for a cheaper material - whilst maintaining the increased 3.2kWe.

So optimistically it could be that the clock was paused for 2 years and we are now about to resume our journey where we left off, in which case it's worth reading through old news and PR releases from 2-4 years ago - as @stag1974 is clearly doing!

Or pessimistically it could be another few years of waiting.

With the formation of our new consultancy subsidiary in February (still unannounced!) and the recent fund raise (over half a million!) it's hard to say which. On the optimistic side of the coin it could be that we've let someone in on the cheap who's given us the nod that they will be willing to help fund us to production, and we are also intending to help organically fund via proceeds from the new consultancy subsidiary. Pessimistically the new subsidiary was formed to tide us over the next few years whilst we continue to develop the mCHP, and the fund raising was from someone confident they can play the retail PI's for a decent percentage return over the coming months/year.

You'll see from the above I'm happy to look at both sides of the coin being both a holder and (weak) buyer below 0.07p. Of course on the right news I might be happy to Strongly Buy well above 0.07p - but as things stand, on no further news (announced or otherwise!) I'm not intending to buy above 0.07p ;-)

Ob.
observer842
Posts: 4,444
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:0.06
RE: re resolutions
19 May '18
@maidit308. You've probably figured it out by now, but if the RNS was unclear to you perhaps the circular might be clearer:

https://www.inspirit-energy.com/investors/financial-information
https://www.inspirit-energy.com/uploads/results_reports_presentations/1526636641-c0d7b7734b4cadde1/Inspirit%20Energy%20Holdings%20Plc%20-Notice%20of%20General%20Meeting%20issued%20on%2018%20May%202018.pdf
"PROPOSED CAPITAL REORGANISATION AUTHORITY TO ALLOT SHARES AND DISAPPLICATION OF PRE-EMPTION RIGHTS and NOTICE OF GENERAL MEETING" (18 May 2018)
===[
�New Ordinary Shares� the ordinary shares of 0.001 pence each in the capital of the Company to be created following the Sub-Division
...
It is proposed that each Existing Ordinary Share of 0.1 pence each in the capital of the Company be sub-divided into 1 New Ordinary Shares of 0.001 pence each and 1 B Deferred Share of 0.099 pence each (�Capital Reorganisation�). This will result in 1,420,806,859 New Ordinary Shares and 1,420,806,859 B Deferred Shares being in issue immediately following the Sub-Division.
]===

It's still slightly ambiguous whether JG can convert whilst above 29.9%, but I think on balance it's fair to interpret the below that he'll either have to sell first (unlikely!) or wait until the shares in issue dilute him below 29.9%.

===[
conversion of the Series A Convertible Loan Notes and Series B Convertible Loan Notes is subject to a restriction that no conversion shall take place in circumstances where as a result of the conversion the Noteholder would own more than 29.9% of the issued share capital of the Company or otherwise trigger a requirement for the Noteholder to make a general offer for the Company pursuant to Rule 9 of the Takeover Code
]===

It's a thumbs up for all the resolutions from me and a partial pat on the back to the BoD for raising over half a million. If they would have managed to raise above 0.1p it would have been a full pat on the back - but of course this is still possible! ;-)

Ob.
stag1974
Posts: 2,620
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.06
boiler ready to out to market?
18 May '18
http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/5090/inspirit-sees-early-demand-for-its-combined-heat-and-power-boiler-5090.html
states..

Inspirit Energy Holdings PLC (LON:INSP), has designed a micro combined heat and power (mCHP) boiler, that not only heats the home, but also produces up to 3kW of electricity.

John Gunn, chief executive, tells Proactive Investors: �Today we are pleased to say that the product is ready to go out into the market.�

The company is manufacturing its first units with partners expected to receive the first boilers later this year.

In the first full year of production, Gunn says the company will make between 1,200 and 1,500 boilers, but adds that there is an upcoming e-commerce site allowing the public to buy them in the future.

mcap 3.6million at time of interview
BrownAdder
Posts: 538
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
observer842
18 May '18
Hi matey

Where do you see things going in terms of commercialisation, how long before we have some units produced ?
maidit308
Posts: 850
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
re resolutions
18 May '18
sorry got it now... the only thing that has change to the last RNS is 2 shares less in issue...

but the fact still remains ... will we see a higher nominal value than 0.001p .. as they are saying
only that it will be reduce under 0.07p ... or am I reading it wrong....

regards....
maidit308
Posts: 850
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
re resolutions
18 May '18
up 15.8% now''' ... has something change in this NEW RNS.... are we getting a better deal??

well we know now that the issued share capital will remain the same... so there won't be a lot of shares
sloshing around .... only the nominal value will change to below 0.07p....what does that mean???
could it mean we may end up with a nominal value of say 0.025p a lot better than 000.01p
after resolutions...... who knows.....if that was to happen we could be looking at a stable SP of 0.12p

just a thought ... for something good to happen here after 5 years in this....
stag1974
Posts: 2,620
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.05
RE: Resolutions
18 May '18
I will take a good look later cheers,
with low carbon future in UK industry by 2050 this will be putting demand on in the near future
observer842
Posts: 4,444
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:0.05
RE: Resolutions
18 May '18
This bullet point from the talk made me chuckle:

"Review of M-CHP technology for commercial and residential buildings Nick Stevenson Inspirit Energy Ltd" (12 Apr 2018)
http://www.cibse.org/papers2018 (session 4 folder)
===[
However, some stirlingengine based m-CHP appliances offer a �sealed for life�, and therefore maintenance free, generator modules.
]===

I just can't think what he might be referring to ;-)
observer842
Posts: 4,444
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:0.05
RE: Resolutions
18 May '18
I posted a link to the talk a few days back:

"Review of M-CHP technology for commercial and residential buildings Nick Stevenson Inspirit Energy Ltd" (12 Apr 2018)
http://www.cibse.org/papers2018 (session 4 folder)
===[
m-CHP as a 'add-on' to conventional boilers is a viable market to start
]===
stag1974
Posts: 2,620
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.05
RE: Resolutions
18 May '18
I was unable to attend but The commercial opportunities are massive when you add in the European market,
Global Europe Boiler Market is expected to surpass USD 12 Billion by 2024
12 billion !!! market to tap into




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