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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 14.25 13.75 13.75 200,406 08:00:15
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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15/1/2021
13:47
New blog post from INSE. Anyone wanting to invest in ESG/net zero/decarbonisation etc on a reasonable multiple doesn't have to look much further than this: Https://inspiredenergy.co.uk/the-year-ahead-what-does-2021-have-in-store-for-business-energy/ "The year ahead: what does 2021 have in store for business energy? 12th January 2021 2020 drew to a close with a flurry of energy announcements, from a new emissions trading scheme to an energy white paper, promising plenty of policies to achieve the ambitious net zero goal by 2050. The COVID-19 crisis continues to dominate the agenda, but 2021 should be an eventful year for energy, as the detail behind decarbonisation emerges to give businesses the certainty needed to commit to their own longer term strategies. So, what does 2021 have in store? etc"
rivaldo
12/1/2021
09:32
Very quiet here..
diesel
23/12/2020
13:42
This wee;s issue of Shares Magazine is just out, and has a nice mention for INSE: "Pressure is growing on firms, not just from outside investors but also from the inside, to incorporate ESG criteria into their internal processes as well as to become ‘greener’;. A survey of global firms by consultancy Willis Towers Watson found four out of five believe ESG is ‘a key contributor to stronger financial performance’ and are even planning to incorporate ESG into their executive incentive plans. ‘With investor and shareholder interest in ESG and sustainable investing increasing, companies are accelerating their focus on ESG initiatives’, says Shai Ganu, global head of executive compensation at Willis Towers Watson. The decision by Germany’s Deutsche Bank to link senior executive pay to sustainability targets from next year sends a powerful message in this regard.However, half the firms surveyed admitted they struggled with setting targets and measuring their ESG performance. This is a clear area of opportunity for firms such as MJ Hudson (MJH:AIM) and Inspired Energy (INSE:AIM)."
rivaldo
17/12/2020
10:32
New consensus forecasts from Sharecast are 0.73p for the year about to finish, and 1.2p EPS for the year starting January 1st. With 0.3p and 0.4p dividends respectively. A P/E of 11.4 is decent value for a business which should recover pretty quickly from the pandemic, is likely to make earnings-enhancing acquisitions soon and reaps an all-round benefit from the ever more important green agenda. Plus the optimisation division has very large upside once the sticky customer base accelerates its uptake via cross-selling.
rivaldo
13/12/2020
21:21
They're missing the numbers by a country mile! No mixed bag here!
ge0fft
11/12/2020
09:26
I've sold some on a safety-first basis. Seems to be good demand for the shares at this price though, so I guess an institution is happy to pick them up. Getting rid of SME may well be a good thing anyway (at the very least removing some of GeoffT's concerns perhaps) but I can't help feeling 2021 guidance may be at risk of downgrade if lockdown restrictions and brexit chaos persist through the early months of next year. On the other hand, that may well present opportunities for acquisitions of further "distressed" businesses which should position the company well for the recovery.
1gw
11/12/2020
07:31
Hmm..........the SME division constitutes only 7% of total revenue! "continuing operations of the Corporate Division remains robust and ahead of management expectations for the full year, despite the disruption in Q4. The average energy consumption reduction by customers for the April to December period is expected to be c.18%, well ahead of the 25% reduction modelled in the Board's COVID downside case. short term disruption within Optimisation Services, the Board now expects the Corporate division and consequently the Group's continuing operations to also report FY2020 underlying EBITDA approximately c.GBP1.2m below current expectations. Given the impact to Optimisation Services revenues are primarily deferrals in project delivery, the Board reiterates FY2021 EBITDA guidance for the Group (being the continuing operations, adjusted for the divested SME Division)." Bit of a mixed bag - looks like some short term pain on the road to longer term gain !
masurenguy
11/12/2020
07:18
The good news... - 2021 guidance for 1.31p EPS reiterated - the non-core small business division sold for up to £10.5m The bad news is that 2020 underlying EBITDA will be significantly below expectations, wholly due to the lockdowns. Hardly unexpected. Given the deferral of this year's Optimisation income to 2021, and the general recovery from the New Year given the reduction in lockdowns, prospects for next year look OK, but I'm sure the MMs will mark the share price well down from the off.
rivaldo
11/12/2020
07:13
Oh dear. Never good to get a profit warning. Still, prompt action taken with the buyout.
1gw
01/12/2020
12:07
Another new article by INSE, about the green revolution and how to achieve "net zero": Https://www.theengineer.co.uk/net-zero-carbon-jargon/
rivaldo
26/11/2020
10:26
Given the size of the bounce I've taken the profit on the ones I bought earlier this month.
1gw
24/11/2020
10:07
Currently on a 2021 PER of only 11 - should probably be more like 15 or 16, which would indicate a reasonable current shareprice target of circa 20p/21p !
masurenguy
24/11/2020
09:31
Good to see less than £30k of buys cause a 0.4p tick up today. Likely not much stock around.
rivaldo
23/11/2020
16:08
Inspired Energy receives Green Economy Mark although Investor's Champion is a little puzzled why this business can’t make a better return, although there has been plenty of acquisition activity to confuse.
energeticbacker
23/11/2020
10:02
For the record, I note that the consensus forecast for the year about to end is 1p EPS, with a 0.3p dividend. This rises to 1.31p EPS and a 0.4p dividend for the coming year.
rivaldo
23/11/2020
07:50
Can't do any harm.
1gw
23/11/2020
07:30
Today's RNS will nicely highlight to the market INSE's credentials in the ESG sector: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/inspired-energy-plc--inse-/rns/inspired-energy-receives-lse-s-green-economy-mark/202011230700060809G/ "Inspired Energy plc is the leading consultant for energy procurement, utility cost optimisation and legislative compliance in the UK and Ireland. Inspired Energy provides services to over 2,400 UK corporate business consumers, which represent c.6.7% of the UK's expenditure on electricity and over 400 in the ROI. Inspired Energy is ranked as the UK's number one advisor in the most recent independent Cornwall Insight Report, which was achieved by addressing client needs and using that insight to shape the business strategy in addition to the acquisition and investment activity. The Company provides expert assurance and optimisation services to Corporate Energy Consumers to help them manage energy costs effectively and deliver their Net Zero Carbon and ESG objectives."
rivaldo
20/11/2020
09:31
Good to ses INSE recognised as a likely beneficiary of the UK's huge new Green Energy spending plans: Https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/934267/hydrogen-specialists-surge-on-boris-johnson-s-10-point-green-recovery-plans-934267.html "With £1bn invested in the next year to make homes, schools and hospitals greener with lower energy bills, along with a one-year extension to the Green Homes Grant voucher scheme by a year, this could provide a boost to the likes of Inspired Energy PLC (LON:INSE), an energy consultancy that helps companies with energy procurement."
rivaldo
17/11/2020
09:21
...and up nicely again today on essentially no trades. I assume there's healthy background buying interest and not a lot of stock around.
rivaldo
16/11/2020
10:30
The price has moved up following a 500,000 share trade at 13p, so I assume that was a buy.
rivaldo
14/11/2020
19:30
https://www.linkedin.com/posts/business-energy-claims_bionic-mis-sold-energy-contracts-to-care-activity-6732698240514301952-OAEhEven the very largest energy consultants will be caught up in this
ge0fft
12/11/2020
10:52
Yes - about time the shareprice regenerated after drifting down by 30% over the past 10 weeks. :0)
masurenguy
12/11/2020
10:28
Surging :o))
rivaldo
11/11/2020
14:33
Ticking up again, with buying at the full 13p offer now. Hopefully Gresham House are continuing to buy.
rivaldo
11/11/2020
08:40
RNS - Gresham House have increased to 19.8%, or 190.2m shares. That means they've bought another 8.5m shares in the last week since their last disclosure: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/inspired-energy-plc--inse-/rns/holding-s--in-company/202011110748309600E/ The share price rise over the last couple of days is hopefully an indication that any overhang has been or is almost cleared.
rivaldo
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