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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
  -0.25p -1.41% 17.50p 17.50p 18.50p 18.00p 17.75p 17.75p 501,488 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 2.1 -3.3 -3.7 - 17.63

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/1/2019
23:20
Quite a rise and with no real reason for it
kenbos
08/1/2019
12:39
Ilika To Deploy Stereax Batteries In EU Research Programme by Alliance News | 8th January 2019 11:23 Ilika PLC said Tuesday that it entered a demonstration project to deploy its Stereax M250 batteries to power an autonomous wireless sensor for environmental sensing and asset tracking. The company will receive EUR260,000 to cover all costs of the project from Horizon 2020, which is the European Commission's research and innovation programme. The project's objective is to use a combination of Stereax batteries and photovoltaic cells to power a smart sensing card covering imaging, CO2 sensing and temperature measurement, Ilika explained. "The device will be designed for deployment in smart cities for air quality management, smart homes for indoor air quality and comfort, smart work places for indoor comfort, occupancy and productivity and industrial environments," the firm added. Ilika shares were trading up 4.1% at 16.40 pence each. More trials - no turnover - no profit! IOTS
swiss paul
28/12/2018
11:26
Volumes aren't great, but the impression is that someone's so anxious to get these, he's prepared to move the price against himself with every trade. A few days ago they were offered at 13p. I appreciate it could be seen as oversold, but usually it needs a catalyst to correct that, and there's no public evidence of that at the moment.
supernumerary
28/12/2018
11:12
tried to buy a few more just now and couldn't without placing an order rather than immediate trade.
global nomad
28/12/2018
11:00
potentially oversold in a thin market - gap filling back to longer term price 18-20p. But there is also a degree of hope that the various JVs (Ricardo, Mclaren, Toyota etc etc) yield something of real long term economic value. It's technology is in a theoretical sweet spot for EVs. Taken a nibble in advance of next interim in case they announce something substantive.
mdchand
28/12/2018
10:54
currently up another 15% at 16.5/17 with no suggestion as to why
global nomad
28/12/2018
10:52
my thoughts exactly
global nomad
27/12/2018
19:05
So what's happening here, then?
supernumerary
20/12/2018
20:57
They must be desperate, I had a very nice email from them today and havn't been invested for an age. I will watch and hope but nothing more.
hawks11
10/12/2018
13:48
I'm afraid that little will come out of Ilika. They had a chance when they produced their first, tiny, solid-state LI-ion cell but that was a very long time ago and they have not managed to progress much from there. They may have believed at the time that they were on the brink of ramping up the size and power of their cell but it has not turned out that way. Perhaps we should have twigged when Dyson by-passed them as a partner for developing bigger batteries. All history now.
horneblower
10/12/2018
13:39
I suspect that this Sapia is not the South African Petroleum Industry Association. but Sapia Partners fund managers.
horneblower
10/12/2018
13:34
It looks like GPIM are a breakout team of ex Charles Stanley people who had an argument with CS over their salaries. I think Sapia was a client of CS and have walked across to the new GPIM team. The GP in GPIM is Gino Palmeri. So, not a real change.
horneblower
10/12/2018
13:13
A change of ownership for a BIG chunk of shares. 14% of the equity moved from Sapia to GPIM. Could be good news: and unenthusiastic hold has moved out, and someone who thinks them worth buying has moved in. Well, that assumes that it isn't just a change of name of the holder. GPIM are an investment manager, Sapia are the South African Petroleum Industry Association. Hard to see why Sapia were ever invested here, but perhaps it was an investment by their pension fund, and maybe GPIM have taken over management of the fund.
gnnmartin
27/11/2018
20:35
I also weep. Three years ago there was such enthusiasm and a feeling of traction. Now there is only the deathly sounds of government subsidy. I fear the scientists have been trumped by the accountants. In fact, it seems to be the science which has hamstrung the project. The techniques involved could only ever produce micro batteries and, though there will be a market for zillions of these, the IOT is still some years off. In-cell multi-stacking was promised but sadly, that ain't going to happen.
horneblower
20/11/2018
21:28
The consensus forecast for 2019 is revenue of £3.2m and losses of £1.6m. For 2020 it's revenue of £3.3m and losses of £1.5m.
jaknife
20/11/2018
21:21
Ilika (IKA) finds supplier that can make its Stereax thin film solid-state cells. In PR-flannel, it's a "manufacturing partnership". KA: Price=18.25. Cap=18m. F/C for current FY*: EPS= NA, Prospective PE= NA, Revenue=NA. Ilika discovers and develops novel materials for mass market applications. It develops materials for corrosion resistant alloys, metal catalysts and hydrogen storage alloys.
swiss paul
18/11/2018
20:04
increas in Directosr remuneration 20:19 First profits 20:24
swiss paul
16/11/2018
09:08
Ilika (IKA) CEO Graeme Purdy and CFO Stephen Boydell give an overview of IKA and an update at the ShareSoc Growth Company Seminar on the 14th November 2018. Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2018/11/16/ilika-ika-sharesoc-presentation-november-2018/ Great to hear the latest update. Graeme Purdy, CEO Introduction – 00:18 Business overview – 00:36 Business model – 01:18 Toyota collaboration – 02:18 Benefits of solid state – 04:13 Stereax product evolution – 05:41 Stereax road map – 06:10 Market applications – 07:47 Deployment projects – 10:38 Commercialisation – 12:48 Distribution – 13:53 Goliath – 15:00 Faraday battery challenge – 16:24 Powerdrive line – 17:17 MoseSS – 18:11 Battery architecture – 19:04 Goliath scale-up – 19:46 Stephen Boydell, CFO Financial results – 20:33 Recent placing – 21:45 Graeme Purdy, CEO Milestones achieved – 22:07 Milestones planned – 24:07 Q&A – 25:40
tomps2
15/11/2018
21:32
hxxp://evworld.com/focus.cfm?cid=395
mdchand
10/11/2018
16:40
Ilika present at our growth company seminar in London on the 14th November, may be of interest to current shareholders or potential investors: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-growth-company-seminar-in-london-14-november-2018/
sharesoc
05/11/2018
20:10
Empty Pockets looking for full pockets ......... to empty
swiss paul
04/11/2018
15:24
Ilika present at our growth company seminar in London on the 14th November, may be of interest to current shareholders or potential investors: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-growth-company-seminar-in-london-14-november-2018/
sharesoc
01/11/2018
11:23
Pretty much all AIM managements are shameless - just check the option packages - and promotion is part of their job description, so there's no point in singling the IKA lot out for that. On the other hand, the lack of design wins since the inception of the company is a concern. I've just checked and the wholesalers eg Mouser and RS, that one might expect to stock these batteries in one form or another don't appear to. So how are they expected to diffuse into the market?
supernumerary
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