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|fwiw I am just in the process of getting a new boiler and have chosen the Intergas Eco RF36. In speaking to most of the installation companies they all offered Worcester Bosch, with Vaillant as an alternative. I turned them down and told them I wanted the I/G boiler and they all checked and said they are in discussions with Flow to be their installation ambassador (as they call them at Flow). More and more heating engineers are undergoing training by I/G and will be heading out into the fields. Also the prices I have been quoted are more competitive than Worcester Bosch for what I believe is a far superior product. If Flow become the UK manufacturer and the current independent heating installation companies are being persuaded to go with I/G boilers then there should be a huge ramp up in future sales.
With the current emphasis on increasing the gas supply side of things, the current losses could be turned around quite quickly, excluding any costs of setting up the new manufacturing plant.
Might be dipping my toe in here in the future...|
|forget chp and concentrate on energy business as the potentila cash generator, I think you will find the the board has the strength to kill chp if necessary rather than pour good money after bad. The baord cannot be blamed for the intransigence and inconsistency of gov't and vote catching politicians energy policy (if you can call the "make it up as you go along" efforts a policy!!??).|
|I lost faith some time ago. I did well out of these buying and selling over a two year period but my last purchase at 40p was a big mistake. Should have sold recently when the price hit 25p|
|well might well regret this but just sold my 90000 remaining shares in two 45k tranches. still like the energy provision business backed by shell financing but too many uncertainties and excuses re the flow boiler. the narrative is clearly marginalising the chp boiler in favour of the other arrangements which to my eyes are basically reseller type arrangements. could of course all come good ... but looking at creditors, cash and debtors suspect more funds needed in year or so. all guesswork and no advice intended. like i said at beginning maybe i have made mistake but have lost enough here.|
|Nice, heading north...I thought this morning's report justified a better response than we saw first thing|
|New research out this morning from Equity Development
|ED quick off the mark with a supportive (paid for) note, bit naughty of them to say maintaining 42p target on email but when you link to the full note it's heavily qualified:-
...Stock at 12p offers possible 250% upside
With regards to valuation, our sum-of-the-parts price target (PT) has been held at 42p per share (see below) - offering 250% upside compared to current levels. Nonetheless, we appreciate that the PT will need to be revisited once the DECC findings are published, conscious that 50% (or 21p/share) of the value has been ascribed to the mCHP boiler; excluding, of course, any additional costs that may be incurred in the event of a negative verdict.
Equally, though, an incredible amount of time, effort and know-how has been invested developing this game-changing appliance, not only by Flow but also by Jabil and many other third parties.
Consequently, we would be surprised if firstly DECC decided to kill this sector stonedead and secondly if all the hard work and IPR does not at least have some residual worth on the open market.|
RNS Number : 8726I
Flowgroup plc Half-year Report
Operating loss of GBP8.0m (H1 2015: GBP6.9m loss)
|Opportunity for Clare Spottiswoode to earn her money here....
|Latest sheet has revised the June figure to 698:
July figure is 699 so only one additional install although that will probably also be revised next month.|
|Oldunc, I don't have any further information regarding who is responsible for the extra installs; just assuming Flow is the main player since they are ramping up activity about the same time the official numbers have ceased stagnating (single install in 12 months to March). Also not sure exactly when an installation is included in these "commisioned" stats; perhaps the March numbers include installs "completed" in April? Or perhaps these figures include FIT commissioning of Flows existing trial customers post MCS accreditation of the boiler; the April news releases talked only about "new customer homes". If it ain't Flow then who is it?|
|Bit of buying ahead of results and presentation?Normally a leaky ship this one....bodes well ?|
|BIt of interest here this morning|
|So they have brought the results forward from last year and are having a bit of a do in the city the day after....imho this would appear positive ...rare for company's to do either if there is anything new negative.Positives probably continuing traction in flowenergyHopefully some constructive dialogue with DECC Update on trials with European partnersDaikin boiler range roll outSmart range update.Will know if there is anything really good as the price always moves in the days before...shame really.|
|Tony Stiff gets 500k a year!|
|Having bought a load at about 38p I'm struggling for any positives.|
|Please can we have some more positive posts?|
|Grandwood just had a look at the Excel spreadsheet regarding mCHP installs and could not see where it said which companies did the 45 installs.
February 2016, total to date, 650 and end of June, total to date, 695 which does give 45, BUT 12 were fitted in March and Flow did their first install around 15th April?
Only one boiler was fitted in April so we know how many Flow fitted.
I could not see evidence of who installed the remaining 17 in May and 15 in June.
AGM statement dated 23 June stated 20 installs (Target was 100) to end of June.
I we leave it up to people to make their own judgement|
|It was "eraly days," more than 12 months ago, LOL|
|Does anyone know how many boilers have been installed yet? I guess its still early days, but Autumn should kick-off the winter selling season.
Also has anyone had a boiler fitted themselves? If so that's it like - does it save money on energy bills? Jabil have certainly put alot of investment/effort behind the product so it should be pretty good.|
|Depends where you looking from!...|
|Is it still looking promising?|