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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 15.00 73,727 07:34:46
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
14.50 15.50 15.00 15.00 15.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 49.30 4.75 0.56 26.8 123
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:38:24 O 63,400 14.9475 GBX

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Inspired Energy Daily Update: Inspired Energy Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker INSE. The last closing price for Inspired Energy was 15p.
Inspired Energy Plc has a 4 week average price of 14.50p and a 12 week average price of 14.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 21.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9p.
There are currently 822,519,522 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 45,634 shares. The market capitalisation of Inspired Energy Plc is £123,377,928.30.
rivaldo: Good to see Fidelity up above 5% with 48.6m shares: Https://
rivaldo: Placing and Open Offer at 15p to allow the acquisition of the rest of Ignite (which has been performing ahead of expectations), plus further acquisitions. And INSE has performed better in Q2 than anticipated, with H1 revenues up 19% year on year and EBITDA only down 8%. Plus strong cash conversion, with dividends being restarted soon. The discount's not too bad, and likely explains the hiatus in the share price recovery. Most importantly, this will capitalise on the ESG boom which will continue for the foreseeable future.
rivaldo: Very impressive new NED appointment - the ex-CIO at EDF Energy should bring in lots of industry and customer contacts. And the last sentence regarding INSE introducing a revolutionary "full digitisation programme" for customers reads well too: Https:// "Commenting on the appointment, Mike Fletcher, Non-Executive Chairman, said "We are delighted to welcome Sarah to the Inspired Energy Board. Her significant experience in the energy sector and technology transformation will be valuable to the Board at a time when we are looking to revolutionise our sector with a full digitisation programme for our valued customers."
rivaldo: Indeed - hopefully any day now. Given that per the 26th March update, the division with 90% of Group revenues had had almost no impact from COVID-19, one would hope that (quite apart from the 2019 results, which we know will be good), the outlook for this year will show only a small effect at most. In which case the current share price would look ridiculously cheap. Anyway, shouldn't be long now: "There has been no material impact on the assurance and advisory services provided by the core Corporate Division to date, which represents c.90% of 2019 Group revenues." "Whilst we undoubtedly are in a period of economic uncertainty, the Board believes that the Group's profitable and cash generative nature coupled with a strong order book and substantial liquidity at its disposal will see it well placed as the economy emerges from the current period of uncertainty."
rivaldo: Agreed 1gw - I'm also torn between INSE producing a good, solid year of organic growth and consolidation, against taking advantage of the current market by snapping up a number of smaller rivals who are undoubtedlly going to need liquidity or will want exits even more than previously. With 2p EPS forecast this year, and record Corporate Order Books at the last year end plus strong trading in January, the current share price looks crazy. Even if that forecast was to reduce by say 30% to 1.4p EPS, then a 9p share price looks 100% undervalued.
rivaldo: Indeed - highly prestigious, and a great reference point for others wanting to "go green". 1gw, INSE already had a relationship with NHSPS, so this deal is probably the first fruits of that relationship. It would be great to see the remaining 89% of the NHS's estate switched in the same way. INSE's share price really does strike me as crazily undervalued at present!
hjs: Fundamentally INSE is a growth share but in between the small shareholders are selling to crystallise their profits. I would not worry of the share price going down. Volume is very small in size to worry about. Check out my analysis above.
rogers8: INSE feels similar to the early stages of PTSG or Restore. All three companies have proven management, buy and build models and target a UK fragmented market. PTSG take over price was £2.11 and Restore's current share price is £5.46. If INSE can replicate 50% of PTSG or Restore's performance then long term shareholders will be extremely happy.
rivaldo: INSE have just been tipped by the one and only Gervais Williams! Https:// "Inspired Energy is a company which helps larger companies and smaller companies actually deal with their energy workload to make the best use of their energy, to minimize their bills. It's got a fantastically long history. Over the last 10 years, it's built up from actually a sales of only about 3 million or 4 million right up to 60 million or 70 million, (which is that) – but most particularly, the last few months, the share price has peaked out. It's a market cap of just over 100 million. It's doing about 7 million in profit, but most particularly, it's actually overlooked. It's kind of P/E of 9.5 dropping to 8.5. It's got a yield of nearly 5, just under 5. And it's doing everything right. The share price has just drifted down, not a problem. We can buy some more. Black: But energy efficiency seems like a very in vogue thing at the moment. So, could that be a good tailwind? Williams: It will be a tailwind. What's been interesting is, they're just fantastically good at looking at their customers. For a long time, and I don't know if this is still true, but the last time I saw them, they'd never lost one of their largest customers. I mean, that just says sensational customer service in my view. And you really have to be so good at looking after your customers. There are competitors, and so they need to be very, very strong in their own market."
rivaldo: :o)) That explains a lot about the share price performance since April or so.... I wonder if INSE had pressed the button a touch earlier, would they have been able to raise at 20p or more? Did this week's market falls, with exaggerated declines given no buyers around, cause the share price fall and the discounted price? Or did the tail of the "known-about" placing wag the share price dog? Pure guesswork. Anyway, the acquisition is a good one at a decent price. Interesting to see the effect on forecasts. The forecast for the coming year was already 1.7p EPS. I haven't done the calculations, but hopefully this could now increase to say 1.9p-2p EPS or even more. Which leaves a 16.85p share price looking pretty cheap.
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