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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Inspired Energy Plc LSE:INSE London Ordinary Share GB00B5TZC716 ORD 0.125P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 13.75 13.50 14.00 13.75 13.75 13.75 14,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 49.3 4.8 0.6 24.6 113

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18/10/2020
21:05
Wrong thread...
diesel
18/10/2020
15:58
htTPs://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-8850321/MIDAS-SHARE-TIPS-Help-save-babies-Inspiration.html
davebowler
16/10/2020
12:03
Cheers Tomps2, good to see INSE attracting some attention. Also nice to see the forecasts which are difficult to get hold of: this year nearly ended : 1p EPS 2021 : 1.3p EPS 2022 : 1.4p EPS I'd imagine there will be more acquisition activity soon to move those forecasts up.
rivaldo
16/10/2020
11:08
INSE a David Thornton pick in yesterday's live piword interview (1-2PM). Hear what he had to say at 35m08s: video: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2020/10/16/a-piworld-interview-with-david-thornton/ podcast: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/podcasts/ Next week on piworld, Thursday 22.10.20, 1pm, we have a Superstar interview with one of the two most popular interview guests, Andy Brough, Schroders, Head of UK & EU mid and small cap team, & Richard Leonard, from a Family Office. Register here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/events/
tomps2
09/10/2020
16:00
Shareprice has drifted down by 10% over the past 4 weeks, since the interims were announced, on average daily trading volumes.
masurenguy
15/9/2020
10:05
Excellent H1 results presentation lasting 40 minutes here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2020/09/11/inspired-energy-inse-half-year-2020-results-presentation/ Highlights for me: - guiding to a base case 1.3p EPS for next year, which is based on conservative/prident assumptions. If that's the worst case then that's good news - there could be 3-5 acquisitions in this H2. this would move INSE to a 20% share in the Assurance space (from 13%), making INSE easily the dominant player - the ESG opportunity is getting bigger and is now, with the Sustainable Finance Disclosure rules coming into force next March - Ignite has won its first new major customer, and second cross-sell has gone into trial stages - the LSI acquisiton in August, which wasn't RNS'd, was for nil consideration (there may be contingent consideration) could produce £2.5m revenues and £750k EBITDA in 2021. This looks a terrific deal - INSE look after 2,800 UK businesses. This should increase to 3,800 - all of whom have ESG potential
rivaldo
12/9/2020
10:01
Inspired Energy to continue to deliver 'double digit organic growth engine' https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/928651/inspired-energy-to-continue-to-deliver--double-digit-organic-growth-engine--928651.html
masurenguy
11/9/2020
10:39
INSE are featured in this new report on how energy data optimisation can hugely benefit businesses: Https://www.edie.net/news/6/edie-launches-new-business-guide-on-energy-data-optimisation/ "edie launches new business guide on energy data optimisation edie has today (9 September) published a new report outlining all the key considerations, challenges and benefits to investing in energy data optimisation to assist with low-carbon strategies. Research suggests that “simple” measures such as installing energy-efficient lighting and better heating management could create more than £45m in energy cost savings across 4,150 analysed sites. In addition, edie surveys have revealed that energy managers are hoping to focus on data optimisation and smart technologies such as Artificial Intelligence to accelerate low-carbon plans. But energy data optimisation offers a lot of different options for business. What is energy data optimisation? Why should a business optimise its energy data? What are the costs and challenges of energy data optimisation? This new edie Explains guide answers everything you need to know about the topic. Energy data optimisation is a complicated topic. However, in layman’s terms, it is about how an organisation can make the most of the energy data it has so that it can understand exactly how much energy it is consuming and identify where it can make improvements in usage and efficiency. However, there is a multitude of considerations that businesses must explore when looking at energy optimisation. This free-to-download guide, sponsored by Inspired Energy, offers best-practice advice on how to reap the benefits of energy data optimisation. The report features an expert viewpoint from Inspired Energy’s optimisation manager Daniel Crowe on how the topic can assist with the wider net-zero transition. “While the nuts and bolts of metering and energy management are nothing new, it feels like there has been a resurgence in attention on energy data availability and quality,” Crowe states in the guide. “This is no surprise considering the combined drivers of an impending recession, mandatory schemes driving data collection at a company level (ESOS, SECR) and the rocketing interest in net-zero carbon targets. “At Inspired Energy, we are strong advocates of simplifying- and where possible automating - data collection and reporting. Supporting the use of automatic meters wherever possible, to get all your data into one system and start generating the maximum value from the data you already collect.”
rivaldo
11/9/2020
09:42
Ps there were three members of the Thompson Twins
ge0fft
11/9/2020
09:41
No simply trying to clean up an industry that is sadly now dominated by bad practices. To be balanced there are many good consultants out there but many who are not!
ge0fft
11/9/2020
08:40
Ah, the "Thompson Twins", ex-UTW. Poachers trying to turn gamekeepers?
1gw
11/9/2020
08:20
Another issue is that the acquired subsidiaries are already receiving claimsWww.businessenergyclaims.co.uk. Sure this will grow imo.
ge0fft
10/9/2020
15:18
I've bought some. Curiously, I got them at 14.72p, so just below the price of the big trades that were reported earlier.
1gw
10/9/2020
15:13
Overhang cleared?
1gw
10/9/2020
14:44
Nice to see the price tick up on huge volumes today - 17.4m shares already.
rivaldo
10/9/2020
11:30
New interview with the CEO: Https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/928651/inspired-energy-to-continue-to-deliver--double-digit-organic-growth-engine--928651.html - after buying the remainder of Ignite INSE have another £21m to deploy in H2 this year, probably to be utilised in three to five transactions/acquisitions - INSE's market share for assurance services would then increase from 13% to 20% - reinstatement of dividend is evidence of confidence going forward - increased demand for zero-carbon and INSE's ESG initiatives
rivaldo
09/9/2020
10:32
market is telling you that the results suck the accounts here are always messy, that's the problem with 'billy bolt on' buy and build companies revenue going down the pan due to covid and forward looking, no guarantee that this will get back to pre covid levels, and so there is risk, working practices are likely to change since covid - and stay that way as said, ghastly results, i'd ignore the usual ramping suspects and look at what the market is telling you
homeboy
09/9/2020
10:14
Glass half full and Glass half empty comments above, fair points raised, however I'm in the Glass half full camp and happy to hold :-)
cheshire man
09/9/2020
10:10
I was a bit disappointed with these results. Fall in profits bigger than I expected, and I don't think this was properly flagged up. While this is obviously covid related, it is clear that the company is actually quite exposed to the economic cycle - in an economic downturn we would see lower energy consumption and more firms going out of business, which could have a big impact. I'm not keen on the large adjustments to EPS, especially excluding share based payments (I do not see these as one-off costs). I would reduce adjusted EPS by at least 20% to give a fairer measure. Also note the big increase in debt - in my view the rights issues was partly to address this as much as for new acquisitions. A fair amount of deferred consideration for recent acquisition also needs to be highlighted.
riverman77
09/9/2020
08:42
Forgot to mention that the Corporate Order Book at 30th June is up to £61.5m, providing yet more reassurance that the result for the year should be satisfactory. The recent 15p placing price should provide support. This morning's decline is most likely a combination of the results being decent but hardly exciting, and a few results traders exiting - note that volumes are tiny at only just around £60k. Happy to hold for the recovery, solid fundamentals and prospects. I'd hope there's likely to be an acquisition soon as well given comments made in the placing and today. EDIT - hi Mas, sorry, posts crossed!
rivaldo
09/9/2020
08:33
LOL - first post on this thread from a well known troll. Nothing "ghastly" about these interims, given the impact of COVID on many of their customers. The short term reduction in profit will be turned around as businesses return to work unless there is a major increase in COVID or a second wave in the autumn. More significant is that the cash generation has more than doubled and constitutes 37% of sales. Sales up 25% and the forward order book is also up 10%. Rivaldo has also noted the other positive factors about forward prospects above.
masurenguy
09/9/2020
08:14
not a good read, ghastly set of results, market seems to agree
homeboy
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