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
  +0.00p +0.00% 24.00p 23.00p 25.00p 24.00p 24.00p 24.00p 12,058 06:33:42
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 1.1 -3.9 -4.8 - 18.82

Ilika Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/6/2018
22:10
My apologies, malnu. I shouldn't have spoken so hastily. The fact is, everyone and her dog is trying to crack EV batteries. Multiplexing solid state Li-ion type batteries may be one way to achieve this especially as Ilika has already demonstrated its fast charging/multi-cycle/non-leak Stereax micro batteries. However, internal stacking and high-speed manufacture are sine qua nons. Ilika, having promised this ages ago, simply have not delivered...unless you have some privileged info, malnu. In which case, spill the beans!
horneblower
14/6/2018
20:23
H - he/she's been here since Jan 2016 - see post history - never posted elsewhere. Unsurprisingly perhaps, seems well-informed in a very positive sort of way ;¬) I'm not exactly sanguine, but I do believe they're making progress. I just wish it was more visible - what happened to Stereax Goliath? I guess now we'll have to wait for results in mid-July for a proper update, followed soon after by the re-released RNS free of typos...
supernumerary
14/6/2018
19:31
Que? malnu? Who is this arrivist? Do elucidate. Just what is behind the scheme? Where has Ilika progressed from where it was two years ago?
horneblower
14/6/2018
13:10
Horneblower. You have no understanding of what is going on behind the scheme. Why do you bother commenting on this site when you are so ill-informed? Just sell your shares and move on...
malnu
14/6/2018
12:44
I'm not as sanguine as you, super. I don't think they've cracked either stacking OR high-speed deposition, both of which are essential for larger batteries imo.
horneblower
14/6/2018
12:34
Quite right - irony button very firmly pressed. I still struggle to understand what's going on. It seems clear that they've made significant progress towards larger battery formats, which to my mind means the holy grail of stacking. It also seems clear from the RNS that they think they've told the world about it. And it seems just as clear, by the lack of evidence, that in fact they haven't. Something is surely happening - see this for instance: http://www.thedrive.com/news/19002/henrik-fisker-talks-batteries-and-autonomous-transportation where Fisker, who is well-placed to know, says that Toyota is going to be using Ilika SSBs as a motive source. What does Fisker know that shareholders don't?
supernumerary
14/6/2018
10:45
Irony, I assume, super? The one possible ray of hope imo is the grant of patents protecting unique High-Throughput Vapour Deposition method. This "could" make larger batteries viable but what exactly "high-throughput" means is where the rub is.
horneblower
13/6/2018
23:37
Don't know that the opportunity was missed - didn't you see the announcement about Stereax battery development for cars? RogK will give you the link if you need it ;¬)
supernumerary
13/6/2018
22:04
https://www.gov.uk/government/news/green-light-for-ultra-fast-electric-car-charging-innovation
mdchand
13/6/2018
20:11
Grants are hard to get and as such the case must have been very strong.. University spin offs such ARM can make it huge
letmepass
13/6/2018
18:22
If you are a successful academic happily running your university's public spin-off vehicle (like Ilika) then your main expertise is fund-raising via government grants. Well done CEO of Ilika in achieving this. Pity about the missed opportunity in thin-film, solid state battery development.
horneblower
13/6/2018
13:36
https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/industry/bmw-confident-it-can-win-solid-state-battery-race
supernumerary
13/6/2018
13:18
I was reading something the other day where EV Motor Racing were allowed two cars to complete a race and now they are only going to be allowed one as development in battery technology is progressing
kwizza
13/6/2018
12:20
Looking strong for for a 30+ finish
shirley83
13/6/2018
11:46
Silly and irrelevant question Sharpshare. They aren’t micro batteries that are being developed for this purpose! The micro batteries are for medical devices and IOTs.
malnu
13/6/2018
11:23
How many solid state micro batteries will it take to run a car for 300 miles?
sharpshare
13/6/2018
07:51
Quite a lump though £4 million
kwizza
13/6/2018
07:48
So this is Government funded collaboration including Honda, McLaren and Ricardo. Sounds a lot more promising than just Government funding.
mdchand
12/6/2018
16:30
No, I disagree. This is what it says: 1. the project will develop a process for manufacturing the batteries at scale 2. [and] technology for ultra-fast charging. 3. Ilika will establish a pre-pilot line for high power solid-state cells 4. [as well as] developing the materials supply chain. The Dept for Business etc says: 'in particular how to manufacture at scale in the UK'. Seems pretty clear to me. This is battery manufacturing, with a bit of fast charging thrown in.
supernumerary
12/6/2018
16:17
Read again in detail and realise now that the PowerDrive project is to develop a technology to enable electric car batteries to be charged in ultra-fast time, not actual solid state battery packs! I still think the wording is ambiguous and may have helped with the increase in share price.
hobs
12/6/2018
16:10
Nothing there that I can see. Can you be more specific?
supernumerary
12/6/2018
16:01
You chaps obviously haven't been following the company in detail. Read the RNS and link provided carefully.
rogk
12/6/2018
15:48
The only mention I can find of automotive battery packs is “Battery pack temperature control: Stereax SSB can be used at temperatures up to 100°C.” extremely strange & surprising wording in rns!
hobs
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