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IES Invinity Energy Systems plc

1.50 (6.82%)
15 Apr 2024 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Invinity Energy Systems plc AQSE:IES Aquis Stock Exchange Ordinary Share JE00BLR94N79
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.50 6.82% 23.50 77,442 16:29:56
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
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Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:58:11 7,000 23.705 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
15/4/202414:31Invinity now commercialising168
15/4/202413:53Invinity - a new beginning and Troll free6,202
13/2/200119:20IES Group - Acquisition (at last!)3

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Posted at 15/4/2024 10:49 by mikemine1
Looking beyond today's RNS, if the negotiations are successful in the way IES indicate, what does that mean for IES and the SP? IMHO it means the Market would view IES as being safe from collapse at the very least and that would be very positive for the share price The danger of financial collapse is an ever present risk with these small loss making companies so to have the support of more established partners would lead to a re-rating of the share price Certainly some upfront money from said partners wouldn't hurt either.

IES has a certain amount of manufacturing capacity already. Would they sell that on to one of the partners to get things moving quicker or would they retain it to develop their market themselves? Either way I can see money and security coming to IES without further dilution. It's all to play for.
Posted at 15/4/2024 09:06 by megaman2
They missed the timefrain the excuse was just guff was clear B.s. as any details from a tier 1 would be confidential and there is no reason why they could not conclude that on time . Now it's coming weeks ..

I'm getting sick to the back teeth of folk saying paticience and they should take their time .

The notion that they should take their time is's crucifying the share price now sitting at 10% of it's high ..

Zulch has overseen a catastrophic fall in the share price from a peak of 239..should have been axed by the board with the CFO.

Everytime ies run out of money and dilute at lower levels and existing shareholders get bent over and then people start calling for patience and time taking ..what's need is a new CEO or a rocket up the existing ones backside ...most CEO would have been sacked by now and all zilch does is congratulate himself every time they raise funds to complete the lights on and pay his fat salary .
Posted at 10/4/2024 16:35 by megaman2
Hope your last post perfectly explains your knowledge of shares . Ie novice . Your lack of understanding is evident and greatly explains the results of your "research". Perhaps you should do some basic research on how shares work for starters .

It's a pity the job adverts where not for CEO and CFO .

The jobs revelation has not prevented a further decline in share price No surprise there .

Stop calling for patience hope imo you haven't got a clue . We are getting diluted into oblivion and the company is not presenting financial details like royalties etc on when if ever that can end . This company has already liquidated once and now sits at a very small percentage of its relisting price . Telling people patience over and over again when you are clearly a novice researcher is not endearing or helpful.

The patient here have not been rewarded .not by a long shot . Some will unlikely ever get their money back the share price was c £2. The way things have gone so far none of us will.
Posted at 14/3/2024 10:40 by mikemine1
There is a petition going around to make shorting illegal in the UK. It won't make your broker or the shorter very happy as they've made tidy amounts over the years. In case anybody is unaware of the shorting process it goes like this. The shorter borrows your shares from the broker, bank etc who is looking after your shares for you. He pays a fee for this. He then sells your shares, usually in significant amounts, in the hope of buying them back at a lower price some time in the future. If there is enough shorting then there is a downward pressure on the share price and the price drops. Often on the stock market, as you know, investors will follow a trend, either up or down, so more selling comes in. At some point the shorter might buy back your shares at a good profit and return them to your broker. You will be unaware that your shares have been used this way but you will be aware of the drop in the value of them.

Shorter's and brokers say that the practice improves liquidity and sorts out the weak companies but that is just spin on what is essentially an immoral practice. Smaller companies like IES need continuous funding until they reach profitability. Attacking them by shorting means that they have to dilute shareholdings more because the share price has been lowered deliberately. So not only has your share holding lost value it is hit with double whammy by having excess dilution. How this practice can be allowed is beyond me and it's about time it was stopped.
Posted at 09/2/2024 13:04 by greenmachine2
#5975 post Robertspc1. I share your scepticism of whom will provide the funding. I recall that robertspc1 indicated that they had sold a big chunk of their holding, maybe all of it, last year.

Siemens-Gamesa are recovering from problems with quality of components with their wind turbines and surely will be cautious to fund much more of IES's Mistral. No directors of IES ever buy in the market outside of tiny sums in open offers.

Lithium Iron Phosphate battery prices are falling further this year (2024) and they are more difficult catch fire with thermal runaway, unlike Li Ion ones. No new orders have been announced to the market from IES for some time and lots of MWh/MWh announcements are needed that are profitable for IES to have that reflected in a growing share price.
Mechanisms for longer duration storage are still in the planning stages in the UK and elsewhere I believe. LDES and revenue stacking from different kinds of grid support for flow batteries is IES area for selling. Even grid congestion that is growing on many grids including UK has failed to inspire the siting of our batteries on any large scale as far as I can see.

I am a shareholder with an averaged net buy price in the 4Op plus region.

Some might say negative posts are not the thing to do if you own the stock, but reality of the risks of IES shares is important to consider. I sold my open offer (32p) shares at about 50p. I then bought more at 40p. Armed with my assessment of a range of considerations that I used to write this today, it would be difficult for me to justify buying even at the current price about 25p.
Posted at 29/1/2024 10:23 by owenski
The CEO makes a lot of grandiose statements about Invinity and VRB's, but the money has yet to roll in. They consolidated the shares some time back, which kinda suggested the large fund raising periods were done - how wrong was that - and now I'd expect another large dilution just off the books with a so called partner.

Floating on 'Nasdaq' is not an answer to the share price problem, the share price is performing exactly according to the perceived company financial prospects whatever market it's listed on.

Clarity on funding, sales and margins will be the share price driver and not listing elsewhere.
Posted at 19/1/2024 06:29 by hope1815
Well, there has been no news on contracts or potential partnerships. It seems people are concerned about the former. On 18 December 2023 stated "in current discussions with "a number of parties" for potential partnerships, which it expects to finalise in the first quarter of 2024". The first quarter runs till March 2024.

The contracts with the USA and other projects have not been announced but each of the stated projects has had updates on where the batteries will be placed in their stated countries in the news.

Also, some New outlets have done Articles recently on Invinity as follows- This is the most recent 19 January 2024 6 am BST

Why We're Not Concerned About Invinity Energy Systems plc's.


On Director buys with low share prices Due Diligence by Investment companies or a company doing a Buy out ties their hands. Am I worried no just seems Patience seems to be running low on some Investors.
Posted at 16/12/2023 13:41 by gbcol
I agree with that megaman2. There are many times when the share price is adversely affected by external matters but in my view this significant fall over last 2-3 months is largely self-inflicted. They were very clear, and repeated it often, that we would be getting a number of further orders this quarter including more pilots, that they were in advanced talks with strategic investors, that DOE contracts would be signed - all this quarter! All we’ve got in last few months is some PR guff of some unknown politician visits and a 1.1MWh order. Pathetic.

My posts have be bullish to very bullish on Invinity for years but they have not delivered this year and the share price reflects that. Yes, 2024 will probably be transformational and we will all be happy bunnies but as it stands today, they are failing to back up their words.

When JV was signed with SG in 2021, part of that deal was to offer SG up to 10% of company at 175p a share. That was also the price of a recent fund raise at that time.

175p! Just over 2 years ago. Now we can’t keep share price over 30p. Anyone that doesn’t think there is cause for negativity needs to give their head a rattle.
Posted at 14/12/2023 20:18 by hope1815
Hi GBCol information on the sites

Battery Project Sites:
1. Iowa: Meswaki Indian Settlement in Tama County
2. Iowa: Waterville in Allamakee County
3. Maryland: Smith Island and Virginia: Tangier Island
4. North Carolina: Hamlet Plant Power Station in Hamlet
5. South Carolina: Blair Hamlet in Fairfield County

NRCO is doing the contracts with the DOE and Invinity Energy Systems. I know people feel news should have been forthcoming including me. With some research, I note it probably takes a bit more time. With large contracts and the time frame, these will run a period of up to 10 years. It is understandable that IES does not want to be tied in on a loss-making contract on running Energy Storage. The announcement with DOE is a large amount of investment. Patience is required I think for the announcements of the contracts. As there may be additional timelines and upgrades to consider. Contracts can take time and in the September 2023 announcement, it seems probable the contracts will take longer.

On listening VSA Capital Podcast you are correct that Andrew Monk will not mention anything due to confidentiality. I did like his 3 picks IES was mentioned first but was not his preferred for 2024.

On the share price again I shall say wait 12 months, Institutional Investors are around 46% only group that seems to be moving is the General Public. With Private Investor's historical sense, they do not have a long-term view but a short ONE.. This is probably in the volumes traded recently that P.I are selling.

On the dilution issue, it depends on the view. There are a few thoughts on how people can view this, share holders may be hit on their recent holdings and feel cheated. Another view is that if the share price medium term to long term goes up the dilution becomes problematic. It is best not to speculate on what may happen but just have patience.

Future Funding is locked in the USA etc, Mistral 2024 coming online, and with a lot of reports on Energy Storage past month, IES positioned to benefit from Energy Storage expansion, Buying or selling in any company is a gamble. Invinity Energy Systems probably will be bought out. Once the contracts are announced and Mistral product is shown off.

September 2023 Lockheed Martin and AltaLink (Berkshire Hathaway) funding in similart projects.

The question will Invinity Energy Systems be around in 12 months? Is it an opportunity to invest in a sector that seems to be entering a growth period in Energy Storage? There are a lot of companies and mergers are beginning to happen in the last 12 months within the sector.
Posted at 03/11/2023 13:16 by gbcol
Ironically all the overblown (IMO) concerns about cash have made the situation worse. With the share price barely at 40p, this reduces the amount of ST warrants that will be converted at 50p in next couple of months. Although I expect many of the insti holders like Schroders will convert their warrants anyway, even if share price doesn’t make it to 50p by December.

Sadly for the holders here, it can suit some to overplay these cash concerns for their own reasons and benefit. It also means that any imminent strategic investment may be struck at a lower price that should have been the case. However, once one is in place, at least the subsequent ones should be able to be struck at a better level.

For those not benefitting from a lower share price, one can only only hope that Invinity can announce sufficient orders asap to get the share price to a reasonable level and follow this with the expected strategic investors.

For the avoidance of doubt, I’m not saying there isn’t a need for some cash investment next year, there clearly is. I’m just saying it’s been made clear that this will come from strategic investors which they are in talks with, that will be adding value as well as cash.
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