Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Inspirit Energy PLC LSE:INSP London Ordinary Share GB00B44W9L31 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.035p +29.17% 0.155p 0.14p 0.17p 0.16p 0.12p 0.12p 23,137,090 16:05:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 0.0 -0.6 -0.1 - 1.81

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Inspirit Energy Daily Update: Inspirit Energy PLC is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker INSP. The last closing price for Inspirit Energy was 0.12p.
Inspirit Energy PLC has a 4 week average price of 0.11p and a 12 week average price of 0.11p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.11p.
There are currently 1,170,806,857 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,104,606 shares. The market capitalisation of Inspirit Energy PLC is £1,814,750.63.
gc321: Bizarre share price movement for a 0.125p placing. Hopefully more good news to come but normally we'd be pulled down to placing levels. Hope we're not being 'played'!
apfindley: Company trying to ramp their own share price We've been here before, when the price was a lot higher. They're trying it again. Desperation. Since then theres been a lot of money raised to keep the payroll moving.
jamesd888: Statement re share price movement Further to the share price movement today, Inspirit confirms that it is in discussions with Argentarius ETI Management Ltd about structuring a fixed interest bond instrument for the Company of up to GBP2 million. No money has so far been raised in relation to this instrument and the Company expects to make further announcements in due course. The Company is in the final stages in the development cycle of approvals for its micro combined heat and power (mCHP) boiler and expects trials to begin thereafter.
jamesd888: share price rising...looking forward to even more gains
jamesd888: RNS will help the share price massively and give it a major boost.....the share price was £1.76... 3 years at 0.25p very cheap imho
gc321: Has anyone noticed the 3p final dividend on their voting form? Not sure how that works with a share price of 0.15p!
temmujin: 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 e-mail 8 shares View comments 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. +1 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. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next SMALL CAP MOVERS: Kibo soars on new gold mine agreement;... SMALL CAP IDEAS: Dynamic duo looking to repeat Card Clear... MIDAS SHARE TIPS: A nice little earner! But used car dealer... MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Investors place their orders for... SHARE THIS ARTICLE Share 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 Value: £3.27million Share price: 0.42p Year high: 0.73p Low: 0.26p 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.
mug3: From what I can see the Inspirit boiler and electrical out out is much better than Flow's. Great if Inspirit matched Flow and we saw a 10 fold INSP share price increase. Squeeze the TW short.
liquid millionaire: ShareProphets Tip of the Week: Buy Inspirit Energy at 1.25p By ShareProphets | Sunday 24 August 2014 51 Inspirt Energy (INSP) is the one non-resources stock in the portfolio of AIM stocks where Mr David Lenigas is involved. And it might be fair to say that to date, his skills in stock promotion have yet to be evidenced in full here. We think this is a binary bet but at a 1.25p offer, it is one worth taking. Inspirit claims to have developed an uber-efficient new type of boiler and it has enough cash, it says, to get it into production. There is one rather vague distribution agreement which was announced with an un-named big company earlier this year. The big company appears to be Centrica. But since its last fund raise Mr Lenigas and Inspirit have been rather quiet. This was blamed on CEO John Gunn going on honeymoon but surely the post nuptial celebrations are by now complete. Prior to the last RNS Mr Lenigas bought around 1.5 million shares in the market at c1.55p. He was quoted then (in June) as saying he has a much larger order to fill but could not. That is not because Dave is out of cash and so one assumes that there is other big news pending. Could that be another distribution deal with a big (named) partner? Or a senior level appointment? Or both? A decent share price movement on Friday indicates that something may be afoot. If this is all hot air and Inspirit is more of a boiler room than a boiler then the shares will tank as TNAV is not great. But if there is the long awaited news and Mr Lenigas starts buying a decent whack of shares and applying his undoubted share promotion skills then this stock should motor ahead sharply. It is a binary bet. We sense that controversial marmite figure Mr Lenigas might be about to deliver. Inspirit is a trading buy with an initial target pf 2p plus.
scotty1: Inspirit, Director Dealing, A City Spiv and Reasons to Buy By HotStockRockets | Friday 27 June 2014 On Monday Inspirit (INSP) chairman David Lenigas bought, with the clearance of his Nomad, 1.5 million shares at 1.5p. On Tuesday a City spiv broker approached Inspirit and said he wanted it to place £250,000 shares with a client of his at 1.2p. We are lead to believe that this client has a short position opened up at 1.55p plus in Inspirit on the back of an RNS earlier this week which saw the shares hit 1.7p (some non-news on the manufacturing process). It strikes us that the City Spiv broker is acting like a total spiv in this regard. And we have taken the matter up with his firm who will I am sure take the view that this is not very ethical: shorting, knocking the share price then going in with a cheeky offer to close out. This broker has "form" and should be weeded out of the City. We have alerted his employers and unless action is taken on this matter we are tempted to name and shame the individual concerned...his name has appeared on ShareProphets before. To its credit Inspirit then responded by arranging a far larger placing at a higher price. It raised £1 million at 1.4p which is enough to see it through to the point where it is delivering commercial boilers. Lenigas did not take part in the placing as that might have looked odd given his share purchase but we know he wants more stock. He proved that by buying another 1 million shares at 1.5p on Friday and we expect him to be back for more. Having spoken to the company we expect other big name customer deals to be signed relatively soon and then a firm newsflow through to the start of commercial trials which Inspirit has now clearly stated will be in October. The shares at 1.5-1.6p are a buy not least because there is a spiv out there with a rather large short to close – he was excluded from the placing. As we enjoy a bear squeeze of a nasty piece of work who deserves it - Buy - See more at:
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