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Intelligent Energy Holdings LSE:IEH London Ordinary Share GB00BNB7LQ31 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 7.50p 7.00p 8.00p - - - 16,538 08:05:09
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Alternative Energy 91.8 -64.6 -42.8 - 15.47

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22/7/2017
09:20
Intelligent Energy Daily Update: Intelligent Energy Holdings is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IEH. The last closing price for Intelligent Energy was 7.50p.
Intelligent Energy Holdings has a 4 week average price of 6.50p and a 12 week average price of 5.38p.
The 1 year high share price is 24.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.01p.
There are currently 206,239,331 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 106,837 shares. The market capitalisation of Intelligent Energy Holdings is £15,467,949.83.
07/7/2017
03:33
investorfc expert: What would happen if till Dec ieh is become cash exhausted?? And: they won't be paying salary and interest to CLN. Holder. What will happen then? Ans: employee will be left and Meditor will either issue further debt without any security or it will trigger conversation of CLN to equity. What will happen if they convert CNL to equity at 8p? Ans: meditor would become owner of IEH with highest holding and would deserve the decision power and voting right. Then what? Ans: meditor can sell IP Portfolio and recover their previous investments as well as their loan. IP wealthy would be distributed to all share holders based on IP valuation and the holding. What is the best for meditor? Ans: if meditor sees the value in IEH business and future revenue build up for long long term basis,then they would prefer IEH to be default in paying their interest so that they can convert CNL and take ownership of the company. Then they would run it if they can else they would sold it if IP has big big big valuation. If meditor sees FC Business difficult world wide, then they want IE to break the ground and keep running and surviving atleast so that they can earn interest. Best position for meditor is that IEH get order but share price remain below 8p, business should be promising not IE point of view but FC point of view and IP valuation should be big enough and salable to recover all their dues. But if ieh is getting order share value is bound to jump, so it is very likely that meditor trigger CNL conversion on the verge of IEH strike any deal and that is the best for Meditor.
23/6/2017
13:02
ibug: FORMAT LIKE A SECURE LOAN After taking a look at the barebones of the agreement in three RNS notifications the terms of the agreement are very similar to a secured bank loan but with a convertible loan note wrapper around it to allow certain Waiver Resolutions in order to make the loan secured in any event. The purpose of the loan by a company like Meditor is to earn interest payments of 13% every year for the full term of the arrangement lasting three years. Just like how a bank loan operates the loan has a wide range of conditions that allow for the secured loan to be called in for any reason such as defaulting on payments or concessions made to suppplier's etc. But the main purpose for Meditor is to earn an income stream from the loan in the most secure way possible. The minimum strike value for the lender is 8p so that the lender can at that value take full control if the risks of the business climb too high or if the company violates the terms of the agreement. But if the share value climbs higher then that control degrades progressively and that reflects lower risk for the business. If the share price climbs to 100p for example within the next few years then the 25.6 million Meditor loan would convert to 25.6 million shares. The number of shares are dependent on the share price on the conversion date of May 17th 2019. It would only be converted earlier if the terms are broken or if risks to the lender escalated. A lender would not want to own IEH they just want income with security. A typical CLN agreement can be found on the following website: htTps://www.scribd.com/doc/181086881/Convertible-Loan-Agreement. But many have over looked the fact that Meditor allowed an option for 15 additional million to be raised from institutional investors participating in the fund raising a year ago. The company raised 4.3 million from three II. That suggests that the company could raise an additional 10.7 million through another fund raise if the prospects of the business can be shown to be improving with a much higher share price Investors know that a steady stream of new business has been gained and the company are getting regular orders for their products cited in the last RNS dated June 14th for the FCM 800 systems + the other deals achieved with Luxfer, PINC, Suzuki and the EU-Toyota project. Another feature of more revenue is the development of the automated production line being developed to produce 50,000 fuel cells for the automotive market as cited in the oilprice.com article. In Europe, fuel cell production facilities will begin pumping out 50,000 fuel cell stacks by the year 2020, making United Kingdom-based Intelligent Energy the market leader in bringing the green technology to the masses. “Hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles are available now, but to continue to drive customer adoption, we need to ensure future fuel cell stacks are robustly industrialised and remain cost competitive in the future,” said the company’s Manufacturing Head Richard Peart.
22/6/2017
13:58
dean windass: Ibug .... I'm about to go driving for about 4 days so my comms will be useless .... I have an idea for research for you .... have a look at IEH's competitors and see what their IP portfolio is like. It's quite possible that if they have no IP they will be leasing it from those who DO have IP. IEH have created their IP over thirty years of research ... Ballard bought the IP they sold to Volkswagen ... it might be interesting since, 8and I believe IEH use this as a selling point), IEH's IP is very useful to anyone who wants to get into this market. IEH does non-exclusive JV deals giving access to IEH's IP. In the long run, I reckon this bodes well as why go into a JV with a company that ultimately has to license IP from IEH? Something I think I mentioned before ..... is IEH's fabulous potential to become "patent trolls" which can be very lucrative .... I had shares in Medaphor and they got hit by a patent infringement case .... their share price nosedived .... and is still falling .... I'm glad I got out relatively early .... I still think the company may do well by the way ... though I'm not tipping it (MED id the code on the LSE)... anyway, anyone who uses IEH's tech illegally may well be due a kicking ... usually companies settle out of court since it's bad enough being caught infringing patents without paying the legal bills of both sides as well .... This is why IP is so valuable ..... but do try and check up on the IP owned by other companies providing HFCs for drones ..... I think the strategy for patent trolls is to let competitors implement the tech they don't own then give them a good kicking ... also, it's a good way of getting customers of those infringing patents to become customers of those who own the IP
16/6/2017
22:35
dean windass: Panasonic are moving into supplying Europe with Combined Heat and Power HFCs (already sold 1,000 in Germany ... they're starting in the UK and Austria) .... ibug has mentioned "consolidation" in this sector and ... I can see competitors making a bid for IEH to A. get rid of a competitor and B. get their hands on IEH's IP. If the company incl the IP is valuied at over a billion dollars (according to yahoo), I seem to remember that working out at about 5 quid per share ... "Share Price Performance Relative to Peers Compared to peers, relative underperformance over the last year is in contrast with the more recent outperformance. IEH-GB‘s share price performance of -65.25% over the last 12 months is below its peer median but its 30-day trend in share price performance of 58.06% is better than the peer median. This recent rising stock price may herald a change in relative share price performance." So, if the co plus IP is worth 1.32 billion and IEH owe Meditor 45 million (prices in dollars) 1320000000.00 minus 45000000.00 equals 1275000000.00 divided by number of shares in issue (206240000)equals 6.182 PER SHARE ... divide by 1.27 equals £4.86 at current dollar to sterling exchange rates making this potentially a 6 bagger ..... feel free to pick holes in this and yes, I know ... everything is worth what you can get for it
11/5/2017
16:53
dean windass: One thing you can be sure of is IEH are pretty leakproof so there won't be any warning if a "ballardesque" deal is in the offing. I can't see this falling much below where it is now ... it seems the share price bounces pretty quickly if this goes below 5p ...... I still wonder if a take over might happen ...... there are a lot of cash rich companies out there and UK companies are cheap as chips at the moment ... still, if there was going to be a take over, wouldn't we see a "major interest in shares" RNS? It's not even that I'm that passionate about HFCs ..... yes, I bought into this too high but I've managed to average down a lot and anticipate that I'll be rewarded if I'm patient .... this doesn't have to go that high for me to do nicely here ..... the key here, for me ... is growth ... I see growth ... coming slowly, but coming none the less and I reckon the growth will increase ... so I'm quite relaxed about this .... I can't imagine anyone, in this globalised world wanting to try and get away with patent infringement so .... I have faith in the value of the IP .... IEH may even get an offer from a drone company .... or an outfit like Varta or Duracell for some IP .... since I presume the battery manufacturers are also going to have to move with the times and wonder what they're going to do for a living once batteries have mainly been replaced ...
11/5/2017
13:18
dean windass: Ceres have some of IEH's old management working for them. Does that increase that chances some IEH tech is used in Ceres products? I'll do a search for Ceres patent applications. if they have none, they must be using other peoples IP. hTtp://patents.justia.com/assignee/ceres-power-limited No new patents since 2010 ...... nothing like IEH ..... so who's tech are they using? [...] hxxps://www.google.no/search?client=opera&q=ceres+power+share+price&sourceid=opera&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8
01/4/2017
12:16
edwardroger: Can anybody help me out here because I appear to be missing something important. IEH has just released what I would consider a near suicidal note about the state of its business and the likelihood that they will soon run out of money. Then, to everyone's surprise the share price drops slightly! Ok, so far so good. As I understand it IEH is at present attempting to sign up new clients, so is the new sales pitch: 'Sign up with us, we have a really good, reliable product and the fact that we may be broke and unable to service your orders in six or seven months isn't really that important.' With a sales pitch like that how can they fail? What is going on with this company? Are they trying to commit suicide or is there another agenda behind the scenes. If anyone can give me some intelligent information about this I would be grateful.
08/3/2017
17:59
edwardroger: I went to that meeting and was quite disappointed, came away feeling that the energy to sell the product wasn't there. I know the product is excellent, just wish I had more faith in the company as a commercial as well as a research success. Do believe this is why the share price falls so quickly, people who know the company have, over time, lost faith. It only needs some seriously good news relating to drones or the scooters, which I think have a huge potential and the share price would shoot up. The rude, blustering name-calling of ibug is a replacement for intelligence and knowledge, best to ignore anything coming from there.
08/3/2017
17:27
edwardroger: You are a rude little man, ibug, suppose that's why you keep talking rubbish, makes you feel adequate. You do not, ever, say anything that is provable. You speculate, based on something from a year ago. Yes, perhaps there will be news about the phone but you don't know that, in fact you know nothing. And, just in case you want to let out some more useless wind, look at the share price today and the number of sales, not something that would happen to a company that is about to unveil something big now is it? Not a deramper, morton, as I desperately want this company to do well. You on the other hand are constantly trying to ramp the share price by making unsubstantiated claims based on old, old information. Get a life.
22/11/2016
06:56
filster: Who's taking pills now? The share price would seem to be in a downward trend at the moment. Like the cash reserve... If the cash rises the share price will as well. I did indeed sell my entire holding yesterday. I didn't feel that the announcement yesterday warranted me staying in. If the share price drops from here I may well dip back in.
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