|Had to listen to TW bearcast. I have to confess- any bearcast that mentions INSP is my fave. Love it!!! The broiler affair gets me cracking every time!!! I think even Nasa took less time to land every rover so far on a Mars than INSP to introduce a final sellable product on a market in retail quantities. Should INSP phone NASA and request help???|
|The prototype of prototype prototypes is ready, but they still working on designing the final design of final designs of sellable prototype.
It is coming folks, meanwhile just buy some more extra blankets, because this winter will be brutual. Make sure you don't buy any broiler on a market yet. We will deliver the best of the best. You just have to do it. Management knows that hardcorers went winter of 2015 with no broilers. They did it again in 2016. Well, why can't you fo it just one more years, or two, or three, or hell, a decade ? Wothout a broiler???|
|Mars broilers!!! Comes with autographs of CEO's who envisioned that their made in Earth stuff will be permanently left on foreign soil!!! Can you even inagine how tough is the testing for Mars broilers??? It is the Worlds toughest, most intense, expensive test. It is subjectdd to 15G's, submerged in water, dropped in molted lawa and frozen with liquid nitrogen. The last test is to see how it works covered in human and pig vomit. The thing is that pigs will be very likely protein source on Mars and you never know how emetic is live on Mars. So you cannot be carefeul enough and have to test for these conditions.
|The latest rumor was the directors will take it private with low ball offer for the minorty holders|
paul the octopus
|Latest rumor is that INSP will produce broilers for spaceships going to Mars. Yep, we not going to mess up with Earths demand. But Mars will suit well for such excelent broiler.|
|Magic broiler on a market yet??? ha hd ha!!!|
|Inspirit Energy Holdings plc, is developing and commercialising a highly efficient micro combined heat and power (mCHP) boiler for commercial applications. The boiler is specifically designed to meet the challenge of reduced carbon energy supply and is capable of running on natural gas, LPG and Bio Fuels. The appliance produces hot water (for tap water or central heating) and electrical output simultaneously. The installation can be of single or multiple configuration and its high operating efficiency together with the off-set of electricity costs provides a very attractive investment payback proposition.
. Impressively the CEO has almost 40% of the shares so its evidently a matter of faith with him. How will it turn out I wonder. Failure or multibag? Your decision. Time will tell.|
|Just a word of warning, Temm has 'predicted' news announcements and sharp increases to share prices that have never come to fruition. This runs into double digit numbers of pedictions now on various shares. Invest on the basis of your own research not some random on a bb lol|
|err soon to eat ya words mate...trust me...10 bagger potential|
|SMALL CAP IDEAS: Big market awaits for combined heat and power boiler specialist Inspirit Energy
By IAN LYALL, PROACTIVE INVESTORS, FOR THIS IS MONEY
PUBLISHED: 14:10, 6 June 2016 | UPDATED: 14:32, 6 June 2016
Inspirit Energy is a micro-cap specialising in combined heat and power boilers that have the potential to lop thousands of pounds off household and business energy bills
Led by City financier John Gunn, the company recently completed a rather modest £750,000 fundraising and is now putting the pedal to the metal commercially.
Its technology, called the Inspirit Charger, is dishwasher-sized, floor-mounted and, on cursory inspection, probably not too dissimilar to the larger units offered by Potterton, or Worcester Bosch.
Inside is where it differs from these traditional appliances, for sitting beneath the boiler is the Stirling engine, which generates the electricity.
Big market: In the UK the market for replacement boilers is 1.6 million a year, for Europe as a whole, the number is closer to 9 million
It uses the inert gas helium as its driver, so there is no combustion inside the engine. This keeps wear and tear to a minimum and means the sealed unit has a 100,000-hour life with little or no maintenance required.
'We are leagues ahead in terms of maintenance costs, which are incredibly low,' chief executive Gunn said.
The Charger’s output is a best-in-class 3 kilowatts of electricity, which is worth around £2,600 to the user without a feed-in tariff or a further £4,500 with the government incentive.
'The competition only works with a tariff,' said Gunn. 'Ours [the Charger system] is economic without it.'
That’s because the electricity output from the unit is roughly triple the amount generated by the current offer of micro-CHPs out there in the market.
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This in itself should be a unique selling point.
Then there’s the green angle. The efficiency of the system is 93 per cent. So for every 10 units of energy put in more than nine units of power come out the other end.
Contrast that with traditional power stations, which convert roughly 35-40 per cent of latent energy of coal into electricity.
The cost per kilowatt hour of output from the charger is just over tuppence, a saving of 11p over conventional sources.
The sticker price, initially at least, might be a little off-putting. The Charger is expected to retail at £11,500 fully installed versus a traditional boiler, which comes in at around a third of that price.
As the production run increases so the unit costs will come down to more competitive levels.
As it currently stands, there is the option to acquire this money-saving device on finance.
INSPIRIT ENERGY AT A GLANCE
AIM ticker: INSP
Share price: 0.42p
Year high: 0.73p
Alternatively, the customer gets the unit for free by signing up to a gas and electricity contract offered by one of its partners or lease the appliance directly from Inspirit.
'This is a similar model to that use by the solar and wind [industries],' said Gunn.
'Their payback is seven to ten years, ours is three to four.
'The lease finance model is a strong point as the consumer does not end up paying the high capital cost up front.'
Inspirit is currently concluding the certification process for its state-of-the-art boilers before releasing ten units for commercial use with ‘high-end customers’.
The routes to market are the obvious ones – via the utilities, energy savings consultancies and housebuilders. The company is also planning to have an e-commerce presence.
It has said it will sell between 1,200 and 1,500 units in its first year of commercial production, rising to 3,000 and then 5,000.
That may sound a lot, but it is only a tiny proportion of the replacement market, which here in the UK is 1.6 million boilers a year. Yep. Big, right? For Europe as a whole, the number is closer to 9 million.
Investors are aware the company, which expects to break even in the financial year 2017/18, will need to tap the market when it goes into full-scale production.
At that point, the share price, which values the business at less than £5million, should more accurately reflect the huge potential of Inspirit.|
|lenigas is a big fan of this company...maybe he'll tweet soon...have they won a big order for boiler?|
|CHAIRMAN BOUGHT 4,000,000 SHARES IN SEPT AT .26P....GO FIGURE|
|heard a whisper...get in!|
|When we will get these Marsian broilers???? Gettin cold, you know!!@|
|oversold so bought some|
|Great article from TW about INSP bleak prospects:
|Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc
("Inspirit" or "the Company")
Collaboration Agreement with the CIBSE
Inspirit Energy Holdings plc, the AIM listed developer of micro combined heat and power boilers, is pleased to announce it has entered into a collaboration agreement with the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).
The agreement is to enable the CIBSE to produce a formal peer review, by evaluating Inspirit's micro-CHP boiler, the "Inspirit Charger", against other micro-CHP products currently available in the market. The peer review will be available to CIBSE members, the Government and its stakeholders, providing impartial information as to the application and benefits within regulatory assessment measures of this new and very exciting development in heat and power delivery for homes and commercial properties.
The CIBSE is the standard setter and leading authority on building services engineering in the UK. It publishes guidance and codes, which are internationally recognised, as well as setting the criteria for best practice in the profession.
The Company and the CIBSE seek to further the understanding and recognition of micro-CHP as both a way of reducing heating costs and also lowering building emissions under the Climate Change Act.
The CIBSE will commence the project immediately, providing project management, execution and implementation in order to gather the data necessary to produce a report. Inspirit will provide access to its field trial data as well as offering technical and commercial guidance. It is expected that the final report will be published by the end of 2017.
John Gunn, Chairman and CEO of Inspirit, commented, "It is an honour to be working alongside the CIBSE, an internationally recognised body of industry professionals. The CIBSE has taken a clear interest in micro-CHP technology, which they see as a serious and obvious challenger to the traditional boiler systems currently installed across the world."
More information on Inspirit Energy can be seen at: www.inspirit-energy.com|
|In general even top secret NASA or other USA government projects are more open about production than INSP broilers. ha ha ha!!! looks like winter 2016-2017 will be freezing. no broiler, no moneys for INSP shareholders. ha ha ha!!!|
|If you will wait just a bit longer* you might get your boiler/broiler. Ha ha ha!!!
* 5 to 10 or more years timescale. Not verified by anything or anyone. Even top security facilities are more open than INSP about their broilers. One thing for sure- total utter rubbish!!!|
|Forget your BMW, AUDI, and VW. Looks like UK will fall to American and Chinese hands. So BYD Cherry or whatever knockoffs for poor and GM for better off.
Forget your Spanish and French produce. Americans are coming.|