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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ilika LSE:IKA London Ordinary Share GB00B608Z994 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.10p +2.93% 38.60p 37.00p 39.00p 38.50p 37.00p 37.50p 121,398 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 2.1 -3.3 -3.7 - 38.88

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/2/2019
21:28
Ive been invested in this Co for a good number of years and have recently been trying to visit the company site in Southampton, but was told today I can't due to the fact they are too busy at the moment but they are hopefully going to have an investor open day in the near future. Hopefully this all bodes well.
duwendag
18/2/2019
10:35
Was this tipped somewhere over the weekend?
pugugly
15/2/2019
18:03
They have already raised £5m not so long ago so that’s unlikely. Subtle de-ramp? ;)
elliefant
14/2/2019
16:21
If the directors are alert they should try to do a placing asap imo.
horneblower
14/2/2019
15:34
It doesn't say commercial sales it says product launch. I can't see a placing until H2. I think the shares are just being pumped by a broadsheet and the speculators have arrived. Share price has always been volatile. Unless a license agreement is signed in H1 the shares will fall back to lows especially with a placing arriving in H2. IMO
rogk
13/2/2019
17:07
Yes, back-thinning of the wafer is bog-standard in semiconductor foundries, so I regard the 3x increase in volumetric power density as a bit of PR nonsense. They probably always knew they could/would do this or have been doing it and just put out the announcement now. I think it's the commencement of commercial sales in Q2 that more caught my eye.
pawdaw
13/2/2019
10:36
Buys going thru as sells.
petewy
13/2/2019
09:06
They have had, pretty much, this technology for four years and, as far as I know, have not been able to increase the power output during that time. They have proved that they can produce an efficient, solid state, Li-ion battery but have not been able to up-scale it. Presumably there are two ways to achieve this (using their current tech), either to stack the cells vertically or to stack them horizontally (preferably both) within the chip. They have tried but seem to have failed to stack them vertically. Horizontal multiplexing would be fine but is presumably more to do with sophisticated masking...which is not their expertise. Perhaps they should liaise with Intel, ARM, IQE or some advanced chip designing company to see if this is possible. Some time ago I suggested to the ceo that he get on a plane and talk to Tesla about it. Annoyingly, he just laughed. The fact is that Ilika are tiddlers in a field where giants are trying to do much the same thing. I wish them luck.
horneblower
13/2/2019
08:49
If they can prove this technology is scalable for car batteries and the intellectual property is not nicked too soon by the Chinese there is every likelihood that the shares will be in the £s rather than pence. They have after all been there before.
irenekent
13/2/2019
08:40
My mistake. Quite right. The chart would suggest it's got further to go. 40p to 45p maybe?
horneblower
13/2/2019
08:35
The announcement was for 'Golden Hind' batteries for use in medical implants, IOT applications and small surface monitors. 'Goliath' is the name for the potential Stereax car batteries that they have procured funding to develop.
irenekent
13/2/2019
08:31
The fact is, Goliath is cleverly hyped as having three times the energy density but it has the same power output as previously (I think). It's just one third of the thickness...so we are no nearer to producing a car battery. I smell a pump campaign which sometimes precedes a capital raising exercise.
horneblower
12/2/2019
23:48
Goliath's mum?
alanrussell
12/2/2019
23:16
Has a catchy ring to it, well, I think anyway.
a.fewbob
12/2/2019
23:15
Big mutha fuka
a.fewbob
12/2/2019
22:37
Bit risky calling it "Goliath" What are they going to call the really big one that can power a fairy light?
horneblower
12/2/2019
21:34
Is Goliath a solid state battery project?
a.fewbob
12/2/2019
21:32
Setting up a prototype production line for the Goliath battery already! Wow, that’s allot sooner than I expected! Anyone have any idea how these collaborations work? Who owns the tech?
a.fewbob
12/2/2019
10:41
Another jam tomorrow company
al h
12/2/2019
07:50
All charged up
999rp
06/2/2019
20:32
PR blurb - all vanity and nothing of substance
swiss paul
30/1/2019
13:23
CEO Interview on MoSESS project: Https://www.directorstalkinterviews.com/interview-ilika-plc-starts-multi-million-mosess-project/412765960
tp5588
29/1/2019
18:08
I believe the real problem for Ilika is two fold. The working battery yield isn't marketable and the cost per unit is also a barrier. That's why no licences have been signed in the last 4 yrs.
rogk
29/1/2019
17:22
I am not impugning their honesty (except perhaps to themselves) but their public statements have not always been entirely free of misleading quotes. Imo they are grant chasers and not commercially attuned. As for the science, it seems to me that the power output from solid state Li-ion batteries depends on anode surface area rather than electrolyte volume so it is essential to achieve stacking inside the battery chip. Up until now they have not achieved this hence the miniscule power output. I will continue to monitor them with interest. (Currently I am not a holder.)
horneblower
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