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Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc LSE:INSP London Ordinary Share GB00B44W9L31 ORD 0.001P
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  0.0035 6.8% 0.055 851,100,642 16:27:17
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0.05 0.06 0.0675 0.0475 0.0515
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials -0.28 -0.01 2
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:27 O 41,713,888 0.0605 GBX

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29/6/2022
09:20
Inspirit Energy Daily Update: Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker INSP. The last closing price for Inspirit Energy was 0.05p.
Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.03p and a 12 week average price of 0.03p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.24p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.02p.
There are currently 4,271,640,186 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 675,264,037 shares. The market capitalisation of Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc is £2,349,402.10.
29/6/2022
15:00
grahamwales: Peter INSPIRIT don’t have a product they have an idea and that’s it. Do you think companies like Volvo have not developed their own heat recovery system and do you honestly think a two bit company like INSP would have better technical staff. The answer is John Gunn comes out with ideas that never materialise he does it to keep the lights on and keep his salary going sucking in mugs. He once went on video saying the fictional boiler was in production it wasn’t and has never been seen let alone working.
19/6/2022
10:28
iceagefarmer: observer842 Price: 0.0325 Strong Buy Volvo CollaborationSat 16:24 Personally don't think the market is recognising how important our WHR tech stands to be for Volvo's commercial edge. This was added to the website last month: hxxps://www.inspirit-energy.com/industries/ ===[ As well as fuel and cost savings, Volvo collaborating with us for its marine engines thanks to scalability. The unit can be modified based on the heat source or the environment to produce a higher rate of power. They’re currently working on mid-range yachts but our solution can be modified to fit any size vessel and specification. ]=== Hope JG ramps up the interviews on successful internal testing by Volvo, though I'd be happy if we simply sell the IPR to them for a decent out at this stage. Though if this is anything to go by, an investment by Volvo or a subsidiary into INSP itself isn't out of the question if we think we can do better medium to long term than any out on the table today. "Volvo Energy invests $4.9M in Connected Energy for second-life battery business; 10% stake" (18 June 2022) hxxps://www.greencarcongress.com/2022/06/20220618-volvoenergy.html ===[ In its mission to support and secure an attractive and sustainable circular business model for batteries, Volvo Energy is investing approximately SEK 50 million (US$4.9 million) for a 10% stake in the UK-based second-life battery energy storage specialist Connected Energy. ]===
13/6/2022
02:49
iceagefarmer: View more Inspirit Energy directors deals Share Discussion for Inspirit Energy (INSP) observer842 Price: 0.0375 Strong Buy RE: H1: trial unit will be provided to Volvo.Sun 23:10 "Changes to Volvo Penta Executive Management Group" (26/04/2022) hxxps://www.volvopenta.com/about-us/news-media/press-releases/2022/apr/changes-to-volvo-penta-executive-management-group-2/ ===[ Volvo Penta welcomes Lennart Börjesson as a new member of its Executive Management Group. As of 1 September, Lennart Börjesson will take up the position of Senior Vice President Planning, Purchasing & Product and Solution Development, replacing Peter Granqvist who will lead Volvo Group’s electromobility technology developments as Senior Vice President Volvo Group Electromobility Technology. ... “I also want to take this opportunity to thank Peter Granqvist for his outstanding work with both successfully managing the past years of significant operational challenges and laying the foundation for Volvo Penta’s transition into net-zero value chain emissions. We now have a clear path on which we will continue. I’m of course very happy for Peter and I’m really glad that we get to keep him within the Volvo Group”, says Heléne Mellquist. ]=== A reminder... "Product Update" (3 November 2020) hxxps://www.inspirit-energy.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Inspirit-Energy-Holdings-Plc-Product-update-3.11.20.pdf ===[ Peter Granqvist, SVP Product Dev. Planning and Purchasing, Volvo commented: “Inspirit has an interesting proposition with the development of its Waste Heat Recovery technology which aligns with our own aims of increasing the efficiency of the engines we manufacture in support of Volvo’s Agenda 2030 sustainability objectives. On success of the application, we believe this proposal will enhance the development of innovative solutions that will unlock new market opportunities for us particularly for generator sets and marine engines.” John Gunn, Chairman, Inspirit Group PLC commented: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to work with the team at Volvo Penta on the development of a waste heat recover system utilizing the Inspirit Sterling engine technology and the knowledge and technical expertise of our teams. We believe the technology will have applications in a wide range of other sectors including commercial and performance automotive, marine and solar and we are hopeful that this project will provide a gateway to working on future projects with the Volvo Group” ]=== The market has completely miss-valued this share IMHO - lack of understanding, belief, and reach... Volvo confirm the efficiency and output of the adapted D13 we are supplying for THEM to test, and we will fly very high. We strike a collaboration or some other agreement and the sky is the limit. Finger crossed for that RNS in the next few weeks.
12/6/2022
22:08
iceagefarmer: Inspirit Energy Holdings PLC Operations Update Twitter Facebook LinkedIn GooglePlus Pinterest JUNE 14, 2021Source: RNS RNS Number : 7086B Inspirit Energy Holdings PLC 14 June 2021 14 June 2021 Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc ("Inspirit" or "the Company") Operations Update Inspirit Energy Holdings PLC (AIM: INSP), the developer of Waste Heat Recovery Systems (WHR) and the micro-Combined Heat and Power (microCHP) boilers is pleased to provide an update on its operations. During the last few months whilst COVID19 restrictions have eased, Inspirit Energy has been working with its engineering partners on the [fine] details of the new WHR for the application on the Volvo marine engine. Details on the electrical and the main mechanical systems are near completion. It is hoped that by the end of 2021 all major items of the WHR system will be complete, with a view to having the designs for a full working prototype that can be put into manufacture. Inspirit has additionally developed and applied a new innovative technology that will become an integral part of the of WHR System. Whilst still in the early stages of development, the Inspirit Helix Accelerator system (IHA), works alongside the WHR system taking the heat from the original source and increasing it via a exothermic reaction demonstrated to be at least 26%. Essentially, the heat source that passes though the IHA is amplified to provide a greater heat source for the Stirling engine, resulting in greater power output and efficiency. The Company believes that this technology, along with the Stirling technology that Inspirit Energy has also developed, makes this system more innovative than anything currently on the market. IHA has other applications where the current heat source is in a lower threshold and the traditional use of Stirling technology would not seem a benefit to recover lost energy. Currently, longevity trials are underway on the Inspirit Helix Accelerator and the results are encouraging. Subject to the current impact of the Covid pandemic on our manufacturing partners, it is hoped that we will have a working unit at the beginning to middle of 2022
17/5/2022
09:14
zxie: 27 May 2021Inspirit Energy Holdings PLC("Inspirit" or the "Company")PlacingInspirit Energy Holdings plc, the AIM listed developer of waste heat recycling, is pleased to announce that it has raised a gross amount of GBP500,000 through the placing (the "Placing") of 1,000,000,000 ordinary shares of 0.001 pence each in the share capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at 0.05 pence per Ordinary Share (the "Placing Shares"). For every two Placing Shares they subscribed to, placees will also receive one warrant over Ordinary Shares ("Warrant") valid for 24 months from the date of issue exercisable at 0.075 pence per Ordinary Share.
15/3/2022
09:59
zxie: 2 November 2021Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc("Inspirit" or "the Company")Operations UpdateThe Board notes the recent share price movement and whilst there is no price sensitive information to update investors on per se, the Company takes this opportunity to provide the following operational update.Further to the announcement of 14 June 2021, the team at Inspirit have just returned from a successful visit to our manufacturing partners in Poland, where the team met with our suppliers to finalise the manufacture of the components to build our waste heat recovery system (WHR) for the Volvo marine engine application. We are confident that we should have a prototype in the first quarter of 2022 having all major items of the WHR system complete by the end of 2021
14/3/2022
14:57
zxie: RNS Number : 1219RInspirit Energy Holdings PLC02 November 2021Operations UpdateThe Board notes the recent share price movement and whilst there is no price sensitive information to update investors on per se, the Company takes this opportunity to provide the following operational update.Further to the announcement of 14 June 2021, the team at Inspirit have just returned from a successful visit to our manufacturing partners in Poland, where the team met with our suppliers to finalise the manufacture of the components to build our waste heat recovery system (WHR) for the Volvo marine engine application. We are confident that we should have a prototype in the first quarter of 2022 having all major items of the WHR system complete by the end of 2021
14/3/2022
12:04
ak62: 14 June 2021 Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc ("Inspirit" or "the Company") Operations Update Inspirit Energy Holdings PLC (AIM: INSP), the developer of Waste Heat Recovery Systems (WHR) and the micro-Combined Heat and Power (microCHP) boilers is pleased to provide an update on its operations. During the last few months whilst COVID19 restrictions have eased, Inspirit Energy has been working with its engineering partners on the [fine] details of the new WHR for the application on the Volvo marine engine. Details on the electrical and the main mechanical systems are near completion. It is hoped that by the end of 2021 all major items of the WHR system will be complete, with a view to having the designs for a full working prototype that can be put into manufacture. Inspirit has additionally developed and applied a new innovative technology that will become an integral part of the of WHR System. Whilst still in the early stages of development, the Inspirit Helix Accelerator system (IHA), works alongside the WHR system taking the heat from the original source and increasing it via a exothermic reaction demonstrated to be at least 26%. Essentially, the heat source that passes though the IHA is amplified to provide a greater heat source for the Stirling engine, resulting in greater power output and efficiency. The Company believes that this technology, along with the Stirling technology that Inspirit Energy has also developed, makes this system more innovative than anything currently on the market. IHA has other applications where the current heat source is in a lower threshold and the traditional use of Stirling technology would not seem a benefit to recover lost energy. Currently, longevity trials are underway on the Inspirit Helix Accelerator and the results are encouraging. Subject to the current impact of the Covid pandemic on our manufacturing partners, it is hoped that we will have a working unit at the beginning to middle of 2022.
13/1/2022
04:40
iceagefarmer: Christopher Heminway 6.5% shareholder in Inspirit Energy Holdings plc ("INSP") Requisitions review of beneficial holdings in INSP Publishes letter to shareholders critical of INSP Board Chris Heminway, now a 6.52% shareholder in Inspirit Energy Holdings plc (Ticker: INSP) announces that, in collaboration with a number of other shareholders totalling, together, in excess of 10% of the shares outstanding, he has exercised the right under Section 803 of the Companies Act 2006 to request that the Company secures details of beneficial holders behind nominee accounts on the shareholder register. Mr Heminway has also published a letter to shareholders in which he sets out his current concerns about the Company.
03/11/2021
12:14
jimb2: Of course Enertek are no strangers to Inspirit - December 2015 https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/inspirit-energy-INSP/share-news/Inspirit-Energy-Completes-Operational-Testing-On-I/69737254 At this juncture the company has agreed with Enertek International ("Enertek"), which is based in Hull and is one of only two engineering laboratories capable of fully testing microCHP appliances in the UK, that the appliance will be delivered to them in the second half of January 2016 for independent third party testing. This will allow Enertek to acquire certification for field trial use in real world installations such as commercial plant rooms and domestic properties. Enertek will complete safety and performance testing during January and February prior to EC Certification via BSI Certification which involves testing the appliance to European Standards covering gas safety, electrical safety and thermal/electrical efficiency. Once certified to the relevant European Directives the Inspirit Charger will be released for field trials. Prior to commercial production, the Inspirit Charger will be submitted for MCS Certification enabling it to qualify for the UK Government's Feed in Tariff (FiT). Although the appliance is designed to be commercially viable in production without subsidy, the FiT will greatly help the development of the microCHP market sector in the short to medium term. Testing of the first Inspirit Charger at Enertek will take approximately six weeks. Once testing at Enertek is complete, this unit will then be installed with the first of our field trial partners to prove real world performance. Things change in six years from yesterday: BEIS is mentioned first!! - could this allude to possible funding? With the above in mind, Inspirit are in early-stage discussions with a view to entering into an agreement with a British certification company Enertek International Ltd. ("Enertek International"). Enertek International have won several development contracts from the government (BEIS) and have gained a vast knowledge in developing backward compatible Hydrogen products such as: domestic and commercial cookers, domestic and commercial heating systems etc. What is BEIS in government? What the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy does. Building a stronger, greener future by fighting coronavirus, tackling climate change, unleashing innovation and making the UK a great place to work and do business. BEIS is a ministerial department, supported by 42 agencies and public bodies Worth reading through the government webiste: https://www.gov.uk/search/all?keywords=beis+funding&order=relevance The Clean Growth Fund aims to speed up the deployment of innovative clean technologies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, by making direct investments in companies seeking to commercialise promising technologies. There’s going to be staggering investment in clean energy and perhaps this is why they state they are in early talks?
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