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Zenergy Power Daily Update: Zenergy Pwr is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ZEN. The last closing price for Zenergy Power was 4p.
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13/9/2012
19:31
stegrego: PONA, You have obviously done very well over the years and I congratulate you on that. I have no ulterior motive, I'm not short (something I find morally repugnant in small companies), nor do I want in cheaper. You will very well know that much of investing is about the risk / reward ratio. For me, this is tipped way too far towards the risk end. For a small punt it's perhaps not too bad, but I'd put it on par or behind an oil company drilling wildcats. Really early days for this company and it's something that would really struggle to get funding if it was to properly float. I find it quite offensive that people are paid 100k or more to run such a venture. Plus bonuses, plus share options, plus management incentive schemes. Last year the directors got paid 4 grand. Now it's 300 grand. Directors and employees appear to now number the same... I see no justification for these sort of salaries and it is in my eyes taking the mick out of Mr average Joe Public who earns 25k a year. That money is going to be eaten up very quickly with such high salaries. Practically no revenue, unproven product, burning cash left, right and centre. This isn't a good mix. I can't gauge the value of the company as I have no idea what their margins are, revenue per seat, potential seats, cost base etc etc. and more to the point, nor can you. If I look at cash then it is about half a million less than the current valuation of 4p. 5 million new shares worth 80p each is 4 million quid. I see no reason to value it any higher than that until it makes a profit. However, that's not to say the share price won't go up. Plenty of shares have soared based purely on hope rather than actual earnings. In a bull market pretty much everything rises and the reverse in a bear. I don't know what market we are in at the moment. I'm with Issac Newton when he said that 'he could predict the movements of heavenly bodies but not the madness of men' when referring to the stock market. Therefore I won't take up your offer of a wager, as many strange things happen in the share world. The balance of probabilities says that this company will eventually fail. I suspect the fleet of foot might make cash in the interim period, if they ride the waves.
13/9/2012
13:56
stegrego: P O N A 7 Sep'12 - 14:16 - 5732 of 5767 Stegrego so where do you think the share price will be in 6 months time -------------------------------------------------------------------- Crystal ball is in for a service at the moment. I dont have a clue, but this whole setup looks like a gravy train for Cleaver and a few mates. How can anyone justifty 120k salary for such a company? he should be taking 50k max and thats being generous.
05/7/2012
10:54
topinfo: Hatey you are fighting a losing battle trying your best to de-ramp this . They have 6p in cash, then Royalties and tax losses and nil debt. Gotta be worth 4.5p-5p right now and thats still heavily discounted from cash level. Look!!!!! Strategic Update and Sale of Assets Date : 21/06/2012 @ 07:00 Source : UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Stock : Zenergy Pwr (ZEN) Quote : 2.35 0.0 (0.00%) @ 09:14 HOME » LSE » Z » Zenergy Power share price Strategic Update and Sale of Assets Print Alert TIDMZEN RNS Number : 8275F Zenergy Power PLC 21 June 2012 Zenergy Power Plc ("Zenergy" or "the Company") Strategic Update and Sale of Assets Further to the statements made at the Company's annual general meeting held on 18(th) April 2012 (the "AGM"), the Company is now able to announce a further update on the strategic progress of the business. Since the AGM, despite considerable levels of commercial interest, there have been no firm orders for MFCLs. The Board is therefore pleased to announce that it has received an offer from Applied Superconductor Ltd for the purchase of certain assets of the mFCL business from the Company's wholly owned subsidiary Zenergy Power, Inc. ("Zenergy Inc."). In addition, Applied Superconductor Ltd has requested the grant of an option to acquire the entire issued share capital of Zenergy Power Pty Ltd ("Pty") from Zenergy Inc. (the "Disposal"). The Disposal, once fully effective, will provide a potential income stream to the Company in the form of royalties for its past investment in the intellectual property of Pty, while eliminating the on-going costs of supporting the mFCL business, which is still to achieve material, firm orders, despite a continuing high level of commercial interest. The Disposal, subject to certain conditions being fulfilled, will also eliminate potentially onerous performance warranties on previously sold FCLs,. The Directors believe that the disposal of the assets and of Pty to another company operating in that sector provides the best opportunity for the successful long term development of the mFCL product line. In parallel to the above, the Board has been considering a number of alternative futures for Zenergy and expects to make further announcements in that respect before the end of the summer. Simon Cleaver, Executive Chairman, commented: "Very considerable effort has been expended by the Company to secure significant orders for the fault current limiter and there remains a high level of interest in the product. Nevertheless, it has become increasingly apparent that lead times to these orders are of a length that continues to leave the Company in too uncertain a position. "We are pleased to be able to announce the sale to ASL as proposed and have a number of detailed discussions proceeding on investment in a new business direction which, we believe, will enhance the opportunity to create meaningful shareholder returns." The disposal of certain assets and 100% of the issued share capital of Pty The Company is pleased to announce that it and its wholly owned US subsidiary, Zenergy Power Inc., have entered into an asset purchase and share option agreement (the "Asset Agreement"), pursuant to which Zenergy Power Inc., has agreed to sell to Applied Superconductor Limited ("ASL") certain assets in exchange for consideration of up to US$400,000 (the "Asset Sale"). The Asset Agreement contains an option for ASL to acquire from Zenergy Power Inc., the entire issued share capital of its Australian subsidiary, Zenergy Power Pty Ltd, which may be exercised at any time prior to 20 July 2012 (the "Share Disposal"). Completion of the Share Disposal will take place subject to the terms of a share purchase agreement which will be entered into following ASL exercising its option. Pursuant to the AIM Rules, the Share Disposal would constitute a fundamental change in business and accordingly it is conditional upon shareholder approval. A circular will be sent to shareholders shortly to convene a general meeting. Under the Asset Agreement, the sale and purchase of the assets is to take place in two tranches. The first tranche of assets has been sold in consideration for US$200,000 (approximately GBP127,000), the sale of the second tranche of assets is expected to take place during the first two weeks of July and remains subject to ASL having inspected the remainder of the assets and being satisfied with their description and condition. In the event that ASL elects to proceed with the purchase of the second tranche of assets, a further US$200,000 (approximately GBP127,000) will be paid. No profits were attributable to the assets pursuant to the Asset Sale or the Share Disposal. Aside from the shares of Zenergy Power Pty Ltd, the assets which are the subject of the Asset Sale, are the principal realisable assets of Zenergy Power Inc. and comprise certain inventory relating to the former superconductivity business of the Group. The assets were valued at GBP124,000 in the Group's accounts for the year to 31 December 2011. In addition, pursuant to the Asset Agreement, subject to amongst other matters, shareholder approval, ASL has agreed to release the Company from any product warranty in connection with the 11KV FCL previously sold to it. This waiver will release the Company from potentially onerous performance warranties on previously sold FCLs. In the event that shareholder approval is not obtained for the Share Disposal, ASL has the right to return those of the assets which it has acquired under the Asset Agreement and Zenergy Power Inc would be liable to return the full amount received in relation to the sale of the assets. Further, the product warranty in respect of the 11KV FCL would also remain in place, obliging the Company to provide warranty support of the product. The Share Disposal, if approved, will be for an initial nominal consideration of GBP1 on a debt free basis but allow the Company's shareholders to benefit from the value of the Group's intellectual property which is owned by Zenergy Power Pty Ltd through an ongoing 3% royalty payment to be made to the Company in respect of sales of FCLs for the next 6 years, which will provide a potential income stream as a result of past investment in the intellectual property of the Group while eliminating the on-going costs of supporting the mFCL business. Having considered the options, the Board believes that the Share Disposal provides the best available opportunity for the successful long term development of the mFCL product line and the cash proceeds of the Asset Sale will be used to cover the costs of completing the Company's exit from the mFCL business. Post the Asset Sale, the Company is expected to have approximately GBP4 million in cash. Ends For further information please contact:
16/6/2012
19:33
pjj71: As the weeks and months go by the market makers make a fortune with these huge percentage spreads but the net aggregate naked short positions become astronomical from all of this activity. This leads to some apprehension amongst the co-conspiring MMs. The predicament they find themselves in is that they can't even stop naked short selling into every buy order that appears because if they do the share price will gap and this will put tremendous pressures on net capital reserves for the MMs and margin maintenance requirements for the co-conspiring hedge funds and others operating out of the more than 13,000 naked short selling margin accounts set up in Canada. And of course covering the naked short position is out of the question since they can't even stop the day-to-day naked short selling in the first place and you can't be covering at the same time you continue to naked short sell. What typically happens in these situations is that the victim company has to massively dilute its share structure from the constant paying of the monthly burn rate with money received from the selling of "real" shares at artificially low levels. Then the goal of the naked short sellers is to point out to the investors, usually via paid "Internet bashers", that with the, let's say, 50 billion shares currently issued and outstanding, that this lousy company is not worth the $5 million market cap it is trading at, especially if it is just a shell company whose primary business plan was wiped out by the naked short sellers' tortuous interference earlier on. The truth of the matter is that the single biggest asset of these victim companies often becomes the astronomically large aggregate naked short position that has accumulated throughout the initial "bear raid" and also during the "cellar boxing" phase. The goal of the victim company now becomes to avoid the 3 main goals of the naked short sellers, namely: bankruptcy, a reverse split, or the forced signing of a death spiral convertible debenture out of desperation. As long as the victim company can continue to pay the monthly burn rate, then the game plan becomes to make some of the strategic moves that hundreds of victim companies have been forced into doing which includes name changes, CUSIP # changes, cancel/reissue procedures, dividend distributions, amending of by-laws and Articles of Corporation, etc. Nevada domiciled companies usually cancel all of their shares in the system, both real and fake, and force shareholders and their b/ds to PROVE the ownership of the old "real" shares before they get a new "real" share. Many also file their civil suits at this time also. This indirect forcing of hundreds of U.S. micro cap corporations to go through all of these extraneous hoops and hurdles as a means to survive, whether it be due to regulatory apathy or lack of resources, is probably one of the biggest black eyes the U.S. financial systems have ever sustained. In a perfect world it would be the regulators that periodically audit the "C" and "D" sub-accounts at the DTCC, the proprietary accounts of the MMs, clearing firms, and Canadian b/ds, and force the buy-in of counterfeit shares, many of which are hiding behind altered CUSIP #s, that are detected above the Rule 11830 guidelines for allowable "failed deliveries" of one half of 1% of the shares issued. U.S. micro cap corporations should not have to periodically "purge" their share structure of counterfeit electronic book entries but if the regulators will not do it then management has a fiduciary duty to do it.
24/3/2012
10:56
duncandisorderly: Recommendations: 5 Company name : Zenergy Power Ticker : ZEN.L Current Share price : 8p Shares in issue : 69 million Current Market cap : £5.5m Cash : c.£5.5m Debt : Nil Zenergy Power was formed in 2006 from the merger of superconducting experts Trithor GmbH in Germany, and a fault current limiter (FCL) research business 'SC Power Systems Inc', based in USA and Australia. The resulting business is one of the leading experts in electromagnetism in the World. This skill set was, until recently, used to research and commercialise a wide range of technologies aimed at the clean energy sector. One of these products was the magnetic fault current limiter (mFCL), a device designed to protect electricity grids against the growing problem of power surges. Zenergy's early FCL's used superconducting magnets to provide the magnetic flux necessary to saturate a high voltage mFCL. Whist highly successful as a FCL, the superconducting magnets have drawbacks in that they are complex and costly. Utilities have been slow to adopt them. As research continued, they improved the efficiency of the their mFCLs so they require only a fraction of the magnetic flux originally thought necessary. This means that they now manufacture '2nd generation' mFCLs built with simple copper magnets, making them cheaper, smaller, and more energy efficient than their superconducting forebears. As a result, Zenergy decided to focus all its efforts on developing and commercialising these new non-superconducting fault current limiters. More information on our products, can be found on the product pages of their website : http://www.zenergypower.com/products/ Now led by a successful corporate turnaround entrepreneur Simon Cleaver and recently divested of its cash hungry German subsidiary, ZENERGY represents, imho, an unusually excellent opportunity to invest in a debt free and cash rich micro-cap company which has immediate scaleable prospects of benefiting substantially from its cutting edge patented technology. One private investor called the CEO after they posted the results last week (http://www.ukwire.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201202100700161547X), here's is the feedback : I've spoken with Simon earlier today so thought I'd post what was discussed. Keep in mind that these are my own personal notes from a telephone conversation and it's a summary only and hopefully gets over the pertinent points of the conversation. I started off by asking him a few questions, so here goes. 1. Did the company discard with building the scaled up prototype (33KV)? If so, Why? Yes, the company made the decision to not build the prototype. There was a delay in getting the people resources required to build and complete testing which would have delayed completion until around May time. They took a decision that a delay in building the prototype could impact orders, in that some customers may decide to wait for the completion before taking an interest and that was time they couldn't afford to waste. In order to de-risk the customer, the company will write a guarantee into any contracts regarding any build issues. 2. Does the cash position of £5.3m reported on 31 Dec 2011 include the £0.5m profit from of the sale of 11kv superconducting MFCL unit annouced 18th Oct 2011? No, there is still £460k cash to be received on this sale. The FCL which was removed from AEP test grid has also been sold in January for £700k. Approximately, £150-200k of wire still for sale. Cash burn still around £350-400k. 3. Please can you clarify what discussions regarding a potential sale of a superconductive MFCL the company is referring to? I was a little woolly on this but the gist of this was that it was an order for a 33Kv which ASL would build and profit to ZEN would be in the region of £0.5m. If the order went through, it was likely to be announced in March. 4. Last time we communicated, you stated that the company believed that GridON was in breach of Zenergy's patents. Does the company still believe this to be the case and has it received any response back from GridON? Yes, lawyers have written to GridON and a reply has been received back. At this stage, they are not going to get embroiled in any legal action (that may change depending on what happens to the business in the coming months). They believe that GridON's FCL design is in breach. Just a few words on the patents because I had a few doubts whether or not they had been written specifically for superconducting technology. All patents specify a magnetic flux in the design and are not specific on superconducting or non-superconducting and therefore cover both. Ok, they were my questions I asked. Simon was kind enough to elaborate on the potential order pipeline which I will give a quick summary on. - There are more than a dozen leads at varying stages of discussion. - Two potential orders from Russia for 20Kv FCL's are at the contract write up stage (nothing is signed). Russian market is huge. - Potentially a very large order in the US (potentially up to 64 FCL's altogether) - There are 2 potential orders in the UK (11kv I think). - A couple of leads in Thailand . Simon desperately wants this to succeed. The plan was to give it until January 2012 but he's decided that he wants to give this until March (AGM time ish) to see if he can make this a business. He'd like to get three orders by then. If he can't turn this around then he'll convert this to a cash shell. Regards
03/1/2012
18:34
mudbath: Let's hope,dcroston,that the benefits which you have outlined above will be subject to much focus once the targeted full scale MFCL is shown to be effective and/or a surge in the share price brings the spotlight onto Zenergy's strengths and prospects. Peculiarly,despite the share price supposedly being all over the place for the last few days,it has been a constant that the buying price has remained @ 6.4pence. IMO a further upward move in the share price to 7.5pence and above would signal a final reversal of the exceedingly prolonged downward spiral. In this event the coming months might prove most rewarding for holders.
27/12/2011
12:17
mudbath: With the ZEN share price being at the lower end of its trading range;yet with prospects for the company successfully developing a full scale working MFCL looming large;now seems an opportune time for a new thread. jonwig-the sponsor of the last thread informs me that he neither ever held the shares nor follows the company any longer. Fingers very kindly provides his current charting thoughts:- I hope the new tread proves both interesting and rewarding. Happy New Year and good luck to all ZENERGY bulls !!!!
24/5/2011
07:31
acta_topup: What a fantastic bullish update from Simon Cleaver. I knew we had the right guys at the top now to take this company forward. They are making all the right noises, reduce cash burn, form JVs & collaborations to commercialise the tech. The BoD now clearly recognises the commercial potential of the IP, and I'm very excited about the future. Also, happy days for me with Arysta buying into Plant Impact @ a 76% premium to the share price! WOW! And Pinnacle getting the Open Golf contract. It gets better and better! For posterity, the AGM statement, shame I can't attend, but to those who can, please report back and ask the right questions!: Tuesday 24 May, 2011 Zenergy Power PLC AGM Statement RNS Number : 1372H Zenergy Power PLC 24 May 2011 Zenergy Power PLC ("Zenergy" or "the Company") AGM Statement Addressing shareholders at the Company's Annual General Meeting later today, Simon Cleaver, Chairman, will say: "Due to the recent board changes, I would like to take this opportunity to provide an explanation of who we are and the reason why we have taken the actions that we have and, as previously indicated, to give an update on our plans and strategy going forward. "Personally, I was a very early stage, pre IPO, investor in Zenergy Power and have followed Zenergy's fortunes with interest for some time. "The previous board's decision to put the Company into an 'Offer Period', which has now ended, and announce that the Company was for sale, both surprised and disappointed me. I have always believed that the intellectual property and technologies developed by Zenergy are both significant and valuable and, was therefore concerned that this approach was unlikely to maximise the value of the Company. "Both David Whelan and Dr Georg Oehm who recently joined the Board and who represent parties with significant interests in Zenergy, together with a substantial number of other shareholders, agreed with this assessment. "We did not take this action lightly. We were aware of the limited time horizon in which to enact a turnaround. We simply believed, and still do, that Zenergy Power is one of the leading exponents of High Temperature Superconductivity in the world and that this valuable intellectual property was at risk of being sold as a distressed asset. "The new Board has now been in place for about a month and we have been able to carry out our initial review of the business. I am pleased to report that our findings are similar to our expectations. "Cash and burn rate are as previously stated and, whilst I do not intend to use this platform to deliver a detailed technical review, I can say that, apart from a number of well documented and previously announced delays, we are not aware of any fundamental problems or technical issues. The technology development is progressing well, but the business needs more time to fully develop these products and to commercialise them. "We intend to cut costs - we are already in the process of reviewing our cost base to identify areas in which to make savings. A business of this size should not have been allowed to expand to a position where it is burning more than £10 million per annum. This is an urgent and important action, but, it should be borne in mind, however, that whilst reducing our burn rate will extend our time horizon, it will not alone solve the strategic challenges that the Company faces. "To achieve full commercialisation we need both commercial and strategic partners. This is not a new observation, as the Company has always needed partners. Our products in development are products for the global marketplace. Zenergy lacks the infrastructure and reach to sell and maintain these products on a global scale. "We are encouraged by the strong level of interest we have received from numerous significant industrial companies in developing a relationship with Zenergy. Whilst the process is at an early stage, we are engaging with these parties to determine levels and areas of interest. Deals being considered include territorial and product licences, joint ventures, asset swaps or sales and, possibly, a strategic equity investment into Zenergy Power plc. "It is our intention to have determined a clear way forward for the Company by mid-summer. We are very focussed on identifying a meaningful and financially feasible route to commercial growth from our outstanding technology so that we can rebuild shareholder value." Ends Enquiries: Simon Cleaver (Chairman) +44 1344 667 347 Stephen Mischler (Nomad) +44 20 3206 7203
23/1/2011
16:10
mandalsputin: The Sunday t1p on UK-AnaIyst.com is from James Faulkner of WatsHot.com Inbox X Reply UK-Analyst.com to me show details 2:59 PM (1 hour ago) Images are not displayed. Display images below - Always display images from UKAnalyst@news.t1ps.com Zenergy a speculative buy at 25.75p Says James Faulkner of WatsHot.com Expert tipster James Faulkner, whose recent comment on Range Resources caused such an increase in volumes that the company was forced to issue a statement on the matter, provides two new tips a month and regular updates on specialist small caps site WatsHot.com. First tipped on WatsHot.com just over 3 weeks ago, Zenergy (ZEN) has since seen its share price increase by almost 12%. But with the shares still well off the highs seen last year, James believes they could have much further to go. Although past performance is no guarantee of future success, and some tips have gone down in value, the average gain per tip as at 31st December 2010 across the 23 stocks tipped last year on WatsHot.com was 73.28%. To get more top tips like this - including a brand new one published on Friday and another later this week - join WatsHot.com now. Introduction Superconductor specialist Zenergy Power (ZEN) has had a rough 2010, its shares having slumped from highs of 133.5p to 23p at the end of the year on the back of contract delays. This poor performance prompted the company to carry out a strategic review of its operations, which has resulted in the firm's commitments to longer term projects being scaled back in favour of refocusing on those that present the best near-term opportunities. A new chairman with experience of managing the expansion of high-growth electrical engineering companies was appointed in May. With net cash of 19.5 million pounds (as of end June 2010), a market cap of 17.8 million pounds seems to be pricing in little more than failure. I am convinced that Zenergy's IP (Intellectual Property) is worth more than this and the shares are a speculative buy, at 25.75p. The Backdrop Whether or not you believe in global warming, securing the world's energy supply will be a major theme in future years, especially given that the baton has now passed to the developing economies in terms of their influence on demand. Energy demand is increasing rapidly - the EIA (Energy Information Administration) predicts a rise of 44% over the next two decades, with renewables set to be the most fast-growing segment over that period. Whilst I have always been sceptical of pie-in-the-sky, new-fangled energy companies that promise the world on a plate, it is hard to ignore the fact that fossil fuels will run out at some point in the future and that some kind of transition to new kinds of energy is needed. One really important factor which is often overlooked in the wider debate is the issue of efficiency, which is where Zenergy Power comes in. Zenergy focuses on the innovation and manufacture of clean energy superconductor solutions that are capable of delivering huge efficiency and cost improvements to the generation, distribution and consumption of electrical energy. These cost savings will enable renewable energy to more effectively compete with traditional thermal power generation, leading to a greater reduction in carbon emissions and a more... dare I say it...sustainable economic future. In short, Zenergy is not offering a giant leap, but it is offering a few steps forward. The Products Superconductors are nothing new per se. First discovered at Leiden University in 1911, superconductors are materials that have little or no resistance to the flow of electricity and their use results in more efficient performance in electrical machines and huge size and weight reductions. Zenergy Power is focused on the commercialisation of a number of energy efficient power applications to be adopted in renewable energy generation, electrical energy distribution and large-scale energy use in industrial processes - markets which are worth billions of dollars annually. Its technology is protected by over 170 patents and patents pending. Magnet Billet Heaters (MBH) is the company's most advanced product line and is therefore a key focus going forward. Product acceptance is growing as evidenced by several orders processed through Bultmann GmbH, its original equipment manufacturer (OEM). Zenergy Power sold its first product to Weseralu, a German manufacturer of aluminium components, back in 2007. Weseralu was the first industrial metals producer to install and operate a superconductor Magnetic Billet Heater (MBH) in a commercial extrusion line in 2008. Obviously impressed by the 50% reduction in energy required to heat metal billets prior to extrusion, Weserlau is subsequently converting its entire operations to superconductor, with a total of two Zenergy MBHs installed at its 14,000 tonnes-per-annum aluminium works in Minden, Germany. It is deals such as this that will raise the profile of Zenergy's technology and help it gain traction in the market. However, the recent economic climate has been unhelpful in terms of the signing off of new deals as timing is determined either by the replacement cycle or investment in new capacity. Installations with Sapa (the largest Aluminium extruder) and Wieland (the first copper installation) are due to be completed very soon and should help persuade those that have yet to commit. Ultimately, the economic benefits of this technology should shine through. Risk Warning: The value of investments can go down as well as up. Investing in equities can lose you part or all of your capital. Smaller company shares can be relatively illiquid and thus hard to trade. And that makes such investments more of a high risk than larger company shares. Not all comments on WatsHot.com cause an increase in trading volumes. UK-Analyst.com is owned by t1ps.com Ltd which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority and can be contacted at 3rd Floor, 3 London Wall Buildings, London EC2M 5SY. Fault Current Limiters (FCL) is a longer term opportunity for the group. Fault Current Limiters protect power grids against damaging power surges caused by short circuits or lightning strikes while maintaining a disruption-free power supply. However, one of the main growth drivers is the considerable performance and cost advantages that the technology offers to utilities in the integration of renewable energy into existing grid structures, which should make the future market very significant indeed. The company won notoriety in 2009 through a deal with American Electric Power to install and operate a high voltage (138 kilovolt) fault current limiter, making it the first company to operate both medium and high voltage FCLs in the US grid. AEP owns the largest transmission system in the US and is one of US's largest electricity generators, making it a significant contract for Zenergy. The company r eceived its first commercial order in Europe in 2010, and is currently working on the development of a high-voltage FCL product, which is scheduled to be installed into the grid of American Electric Power in late 2011. Given the difficulties in penetrating such a large and established market with a new product, in 2011 Zenergy will engage with large transmission & distribution equipment companies to act as an OEM partner. Although the company believes such an agreement may not come to fruition until 2012, this will give it ample time to build up its relationships in the sector and add to its customer base. Renewable Energy is seen by some of my peers as a dirty word, but in this case it refers to making existing forms of renewables more efficient. Zenergy's superconductor-based generators offer a myriad of efficiency savings, giving productivity gains of 30% for hydro plants and 25% in offshore wind power. To showcase its capabilities in this field, a hydropower generator is expected to be installed with power company E.ON before the year end, following a few technical delays which were unrelated to Zenergy. Again, this should raise the firm's profile and help win wider acceptance of the firm's technology. All we need is a spark... Zenergy shares have languished on the back of a dearth of orders. I expect the situation to improve going forward as the appetite for capital spending picks up along with the economic recovery. There are not many shares around in this market that you can buy at below net cash - especially not with technology that is as potentially valuable as Zenergy's. The market is obviously pricing in the possibility that the company will have to raise cash if orders continue to be few and far between, but broker Panmure Gordon reckons the firm has enough cash to last until H1 2012, providing ample time for orders to start picking up. As a final point, I note that the new chairman appointed in May, John Poulter, was chief executive and then chairman of Spectris as it grew annual sales and market capitalisation from 75 million pounds and 50 million pounds, respectively, to over 700 million pounds and 1 billion.pounds. A repeat of this kind of performance at Zenergy would send the shares into orbit. Speculative buy, at 25.75p. To get more top tips like this from James - including a brand new one published on Friday and another out later this week - join WatsHot.com now for just GBP73 a year by direct debit or GBP87.60 by credit/debit card.
21/7/2010
12:43
m.t.glass: Presumably no connection at all between Zenergy Power, and Zenergy the US company. But some financial newsfeeds appear to confuse the two. And the US one carries some negative history http://www.businessweek.com/ap/financialnews/D9GR1TEO1.htm Came across it while looking to see what news, if any, has prompted todays little jump in ZEN share price.
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