Forgot to add, you will need to look for old RNS's under name CCE (Camco Clean Energy) as they changed name latter part of last year, the LSE system still holds the Redstone RNS's under the new ticker code.
If you have access to ADVFN I believe the information is still there, certainly worth reading a thread or two anyway.
Take a look at RED, seriously impressive product that has taken years to develop, it will be a market leader for sure, interest from several large utility companies and then there's the rest of the developing world that could benefit from the technology such as africa where places do not have electricity supplies.
It is wind and solar battery tech, without this renewables are not cost effective, with this system it will make it one of the cheapest forms available right now, could be a long term game changer. Obviously there's always the downside that the product doesnt work, but so far so good.
Take a look, will be taking orders mid 2016 with a forecasted 7 million profit 2017, i estimate that based on p/e of 25 to be worth a triple bag from today, with Jail being the manufacturers (same people who make apples batteries) you can bet they are planning on mass producing faster than forecast.
Could be a good one whilst we let the storm settle on oil prices, if they do stay low for the remainder of this year there will be some big companies falling over, which is never good for sector confidence that is already low.
As they say DYOR, I've been in that share since 4.5p and topped up at 7.5p and again today, news flow should be fast and really positive later in year IMHO.
Haha, still here Oilriches just not much to say as we stand today.
Until oil prices sort themselves out I seriously doubt much action in this sector, there are better plays out there whilst we wait for a return to norm on those commodity prices. RMP has a substantial amount of cash which is good security for everyone holding.
SC-55 is still an exciting prospect, just going to take a little longer than originally thought for action to return.
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