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Share Price: 1.025Bid: 1.00Ask: 1.05Change: -0.225 (-18.00%)Faller - Redt Energy
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 5.00%Open: 1.275High: 1.275Low: 1.025Yesterday’s Close: 1.25


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Mikemine
Posts: 767
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.45
RE: Jumping the gun
30 May '19
 
James2708
Posts: 62
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.425
RE: Jumping the gun
28 May '19
I note that the Eskom plans in South Africa are dated October 2018. More recent politically influenced reports from Feb 2019 suggest that the timescales are much slower than this report suggests. The recent split planned for the heavily indebted Eskom into transmission generation and distribution are likely to significantly delay these battery plans.
Mikemine
Posts: 767
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.425
RE: Jumping the gun
25 May '19
More long term stuff

https://www.energy-storage.news/news/south-africa-makes-huge-distributed-energy-storage-commitment

Might get something from the trials although RED are in Africa already.
superzero8
Posts: 75
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.525
RE: world taking up vanadium
22 May '19
Oops! my bad, it's Kingdom not United Kingdom.
superzero8
Posts: 75
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.525
RE: world taking up vanadium
22 May '19
Upon re-reading larryh's link I noticed a paragraph that I had missed -

'The JV will focus on developing and manufacturing Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries. Moreover, with R&D facilities in both Germany and Saudi Arabia, the companies plan to build a Gigawatt-scale manufacturing facility in the Kingdom to go into production in the next year.'

Possibilities re Partnering?
dougal66
Posts: 22,951
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.60
RE: world taking up vanadium
19 May '19
RED still in a Strategic Review period. Doubt there will be any news of significance for a while
larryh
Posts: 1,330
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.60
world taking up vanadium
17 May '19
SCoutS
Posts: 190
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.60
RE: Jumping the gun
16 May '19
It must be some kind of joke I think too there James. That would be £1.5m open offer and the disposal of a part of the company for a few million more to have a review to decide more money is needed.
If that happens this will be less than a penny and never getting out. It would actaully be suicide, unlike all the attempts at suicide these past years.
dougal66
Posts: 22,951
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.61
RE: Jumping the gun
16 May '19
At least I’m flagging up the possibility the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow may require a bit of a push on the ascent
James2708
Posts: 62
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.61
RE: Jumping the gun
16 May '19
I'm trying to work out whether you are joking tongue-in-cheek or serious!
dougal66
Posts: 22,951
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.60
RE: Jumping the gun
16 May '19
Working Capital

If RED need a Placing for working capital to see them through the Strategic Review, that sure has my vote.
Mkx007
Posts: 1,012
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.60
Intersolar/EES
15 May '19
No prescience here this year as the storage market continues to grow. That is evidence enough for me that RedT are not going to be sticking around. The Oxford hub to mean looks like it's a technology agnostic company and the UK offering for flow is RedT.

Invest with caution. Flow has its merits, RedT is yet to prove its value.
Mikemine
Posts: 767
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.625
RE: Jumping the gun
14 May '19
Posted this on ADVFN but thought you may be interested here as well.

You will probably need to join up for a free trial to access this but basically it says that asset managers, managing $20 trillion worldwide, have built up teams that are very knowledgable about renewables and are competing to accumulate assets in the sector. It is leading to asset price inflation, a bubble is the term they use, where assets are being competed for. Its the asset managers that are competing for assets not the asset competing for finance. It may well explain why RED has had little trouble in finding finance to date and why the likes of Schroders are still invested here. It bodes well for RED's search for a strategic partner. We still don't know if the partner will be a financial company or an industrial company like Siemens.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2019/05/13/asset-managers-could-become-energy-supermajors-future/
Mikemine
Posts: 767
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.575
RE: Jumping the gun
9 May '19
Found by Gerd212 on LSE

https://uk.reuters.com/article/us-norway-statkraft-results/statkraft-to-expand-electric-vehicle-charging-in-germany-and-britain-idUKKCN1SF14U

Statkraft have just linked up with RED in another potential project and RED has been picked to supply the storage for the Oxford EV charging initiative. Personally I don't believe in coincidences in business.
Mikemine
Posts: 767
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.375
RE: EU meddling
7 May '19
Hi M. Yes but it doesn't mention the EU's involvement. It is a Brexit point but the UK Government is subservient to EU legislation. Personally I think the EU will reverse it's decision but in the meantime we have this ridiculous situation where the UK Government cannot bring in sensible alterations to VAT levels to support the adoption of renewables and storage whilst trying to encourage renewables to combat climate change. It is like hiking the price of tonights European championship tickets at Liverpool whilst trying to get the fans behind the team. Fortunately ticket prices at Anfield are not subject to EU influence yet so Liverpool enjoyed a fantastic support from the fans which helped them achieve a famous victory. I had to get the victory in as it was a fantastic game to watch. Nothing to do with RED though I'll admit unless you appreciate that red is the colour of Liverpool strip
morrisseysteve
Posts: 11
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.375
RE: EU meddling
7 May '19
Hi Mike,
This is a UK government decision. The Renewable Energy Association – who are dead against it – think so anyway.
https://www.r-e-a.net/news/tax-rate-hike-for-domestic-solar-storage-and-biomass-boiler-markets-contested-by-industry
Mikemine
Posts: 767
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.375
EU meddling
7 May '19
Remember this when you vote in the EU elections and it is on topic.

https://www.energy-storage.news/news/anger-as-uk-govt-proposes-15-tax-rise-for-solar-storage-purchases

I can hardly believe what i was reading.
dougal66
Posts: 22,951
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.435
RE: Drifting
3 May '19
With the divestment of US activities, end Dec. The new Exec Chairman is in no rush, I guess.
graham-wales
Posts: 36,328
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.435
Drifting
3 May '19
The longer there is no need here the further it will drift down. How long will the cash raised last before they require more. Not looking good to be honest
SCoutS
Posts: 190
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.50
RE: Protracted Strategic Review period?
2 May '19
As someone has said, do we think it has actually started yet?
dougal66
Posts: 22,951
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.50
Protracted Strategic Review period?
2 May '19
Market has started to factor in a longer Strategic Review period than initially stated?
Locked in now
JollyJapesJonty
Posts: 172
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.57
RE: BBC spring diary
2 May '19
Yes it's small, but that is the problem. Everything is small - one farm, one hotel... The only thing big has been board room pay.
The rest is just talk and excuses. Germany, Centrica, Oxford... all talk to get fund raises. They struggled to get 2p away last month and we are already ~25% below that.
No indication to anyone that things are progressing with the review. I wonder if it really has started yet.
Maybe it is like Brexit, a lot of pre-ambles and flannel, acrimony, nothing decided, then adjourn. As someone said, the money is running out fast.
Mikemine
Posts: 767
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.625
RE: BBC spring diary
1 May '19
Don't think it matters much as it was such a small part of the programme. Don't think it would sway potential purchasers.
SCoutS
Posts: 190
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.625
RE: BBC spring diary
1 May '19
Are we absolutely sure it is new and not a clever bit of TV patching together old reports with new presenters? It is, after all, the Cornwall farm that was featured on Countryfile some time ago. Countryfile is/was presented by John Craven as is this new programme referred to today.

Just a hunch I though I would share. It would be nice to make a comparison.
Pinecone54
Posts: 467
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.70
RE: BBC spring diary
1 May '19
Strange......at last years AGM Scott was not comfortable discussing “small” scale orders....such as farms,airports,etc

Hopefully, we can come to some sensible arrangement for these smaller potential clients!!!

I think we would all agree, large volume orders help, as we can produce at improved costs....but we can see they take their time in coming to fruition!!

PC




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