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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc LSE:INSP London Ordinary Share GB00B44W9L31 ORD 0.001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.06 12,325,861 11:03:33
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.055 0.065 0.06 0.0575 0.06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials -0.97 -0.07 2
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:13:42 O 1,603,225 0.062 GBX

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24/9/2020
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 0.06p.
Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.06p and a 12 week average price of 0.04p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.29p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.02p.
There are currently 2,903,783,045 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 11,277,386 shares. The market capitalisation of Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc is £1,742,269.83.
27/8/2020
20:10
grahamwales: I see observer is posting lies again over on LSE. What some people will do to suck in newbies just to make some money. Total scumbag. It's disappointing that the BoD have yet to respond to CH's letter, but hardly out of character! One glimmer of hope for silence is that we are within spitting distances to signing a licensing deal with the large Swedish car/marine engine manufacturer, upon which if we don't see a multi-bagging from this share price I'll eat my calculator! ;-) The company have not stated they are even close to signing a licence deal.
24/8/2020
10:23
gc321: People who regularly post nothing but negativity, for months / years in some cases = stock basherMotivation = one of, or several of: make money from shorting the shareGet paid by a market maker to suppress the share priceLooking to buy in cheaper themselvesHelping a market maker to fill a large buy order nice and cheap So, if you want to help these parasites out, Sell everything you've got and whatever you do don't buy and help them make money. They're here for a reason....Unless of course they're here just as some sort of bulletin board Samaritan lol, looking out for us, making sure we don't make a bad investment with nothing in it for them lol
16/8/2020
09:00
johncasey: i think Gunn will step aside soon and let those with the technological expertise take over 14 August 2020 Christopher Heminway Inspirit Energy Holdings plc (“InspiritR21; or the “Company”;) 6% Shareholder Considers General Meeting Requisition Invites Independent Shareholders to Contact Him Chris Heminway, a 6.02% shareholder in Inspirit, announces that the Board of Inspirit, despite repeated efforts on the part of Mr Heminway, has failed to engage in meaningful dialogue on ways to improve the Company for the benefit of all its shareholders. Accordingly Mr Heminway is considering whether to exercise his right under Section 303 of the Companies Act 2006 to request the Board to convene a General Meeting. Such a meeting could consider various issues including changes to appoint a more balanced Board to provide enhanced leadership and strategy for the benefit of all shareholders. Background on Mr Heminway Mr Heminway is a serious investor with long-standing experience in the industrial technology and renewables sectors. Between 2009-2011 he was a director of and led the take-private of AIM quoted Robotic Technology Systems plc and oversaw the subsequent profitable return of capital to all shareholders. Mr Heminway is currently Chairman with a 36% equity stake in Time To ACT Limited (“TTA”), which houses an expanding portfolio of cleantech-related businesses. TTA’s Board of Directors includes Mr Andrew Hall, the former-CFO of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy S.A. (which is listed on the Madrid and other Spanish exchanges with a current market capitalisation of €13bn) who is highly regarded within the renewables industry. Both Mr Heminway and Mr Hall are available and willing to serve as Directors of Inspirit. Issues to be addressed Matters that Mr Heminway would wish to address at a General Meeting include, but are not limited to: • whether Mr John Gunn has sufficient time to devote to successfully combining the overlapping roles of Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and largest shareholder of Inspirit with his larger roles as Chairman and majority shareholder of Octagonal plc; • a more or less trebling of the number of shares in issue but a decline of 90% in the share price since 2015 under the stewardship of the current Board; and • the implementation a broader corporate strategy of investment in renewable technologies and in particular the potential for using Stirling engine technology in waste heat recovery and, specifically, waste heat-to-power applications in which the TTA Board has considerable expertise. Rationale for convening a General Meeting Mr Heminway has proposed a number of commercial opportunities involving three new application areas in which it would be possible to utilise Inspirit’s Stirling engine technology in conjunction with TTA. He has also indicated his willingness to join the Board as Non-Executive Director. The Board has not chosen to follow up any of these suggestions and its Finance Director has indicated that Mr Heminway should “not bother” to call a General Meeting as the Board believes that it has “the support of other shareholders” to defeat any unpalatable motions and to “leave us alone” to allow the Board get on with executing its strategy. Mr Heminway naturally questions the ability of the Board to successfully deliver on its strategy considering its recent track record. While he remains open to substantive discussions with the Board, Mr Heminway is now considering whether to test the board’s assertion that it enjoys shareholder support and intends to contact a number of shareholders independent of the Board to solicit their views. Shareholders who wish to speak with Mr Heminway may do so via the email crh@indtechadvisors.com or the telephone number at the bottom of this announcement. Mr Heminway comments: “I am not so naïve as to expect that, as a mere 6% shareholder, I can unilaterally impose a strategy on a Board which controls 29% of the Company’s shares and which appears intent on continuing to drag its feet. However, I believe it is in the interests of all shareholders, myself included, to require the Board to justify its repeated failure to deliver on its stated strategy. I believe that by engaging with me, the Board of Inspirit would stand a better chance of realising in its ambitions to develop the Stirling engine technology and increase the likelihood of shareholders reaping the benefits of the investment made by the Company over the last several years.” Ends. Enquiries: Chris Heminway 07802 305579 crh@indtechadvisors.com EGR Corporate Broking 0203 697 9495 Jonathan Hall
09/7/2020
17:01
grahamwales: Tasty Can you explain to the numpty on the LSE board the nominal share price of is as follows Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc Ord 0.001P. So they don't have to consolidate the shares they just have to issue billions to get couple of hundred thousand pounds lol. That should pay the directors salaries for at least another 9 months.
01/6/2020
10:39
oliversydney: Grahamwales is continually spouting 100% placing but has no evidence for this. The share price is holding and moving up today because investors can see any positive news than could arrive will push the share price vastly higher from the low point and consider the last placing was at 12 I am quite happy to hold and await events
06/12/2019
08:53
datait: Inspirit Energy Holdings PLC (AIM: INSP), the developer of micro Combined Heat and Power ("microCHP" or "mCHP") boilers, announced that on 25 November 2019 that it had £41,000 Convertible Loan Notes (CLN's) outstanding. On 2nd December 2019, the company received a loan conversion notices for £37,800 on the Convertible Loan Notes and £3,200 Loan Notes will remain outstanding. The CLNs are convertible at the higher of either 0.07 p per Ordinary Share of 0.001p each (the "Ordinary Shares" or "Existing Ordinary Shares") or a discount of 25 per cent. to the previous trading day's closing mid-market share price (0.06.5p). Accordingly, the Company is now issuing 54,000,002 Ordinary Shares at a price of 0.07p per Ordinary Share. Application has been made for the 54,000,002 Ordinary Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM ("Admission") and it is expected that Admission will occur on or about 10 December 2019. The shares will rank pari passu in all respects with the existing Ordinary Shares of the Company. Total voting rights Following admission of the Placing Shares, the Company's enlarged issued share capital will comprise 2,899,211,612 Ordinary Shares. The Company does not hold any shares in treasury. This figure 2,899,211,612 Ordinary Shares may be used by shareholders in the Company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change in their interest in, the share capital of the Company under the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules. This announcement contains inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of Regulation (EU) 596/2014. More information on Inspirit Energy can be seen at: www.inspirit-energy.com For further information please contact: Inspirit Energy Holdings plc John Gunn, Chairman and CEO +44 (0) 207 048 9400 Beaumont Cornish Limited www.beaumontcornish.com (Nominated Advisor) Roland Cornish / James Biddle +44 (0) 207 628 3396 Global Investment Strategy UK Ltd (Broker) Samantha Esqulant +44 (0) 207 048 9045 About Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc Inspirit Energy Holdings plc is developing and commercialising a highly efficient micro combined heat and power (mCHP) boiler for commercial applications. The boiler is specifically designed to meet the challenge of a reduced carbon energy supply and is capable of running on natural gas, LPG and Bio Fuels. The appliance produces hot water (for tap water or central heating) and electrical output simultaneously. The installation can be of single or multiple configuration and its high operating efficiency together with the off-set of electricity costs provides a very attractive investment payback proposition. Inspirit intends to explore opportunities to license out the underlying technology and the Directors believe that, in some instances, the patents owned by Inspirit may be also used in the development of products other than a mCHP appliance. A prototype of the appliance has been tested and shown to be capable of simultaneous generation of up to 15kW thermal and up to 6.4kW electrical output. Once development of the appliance has been completed and commercialised, the Directors expect that the appliance will initially be marketed in the UK and Europe and eventually worldwide. Additional revenue streams may be possible through product licensing, sales of warranties and further development of the product.
25/11/2019
08:11
big brother8: On 4(th) May 2018, the Company announced that it had raised GBP530,000 in cash from private investors and retired existing debt due to Related Parties and other debt (as further detailed below) valued at GBP315,000 into the CLNs; thereby issuing a total of GBP845,000 of CLN's. The CLNs are convertible at the higher of either 0.07 p per Ordinary Share of 0.001p each (the "Ordinary Shares" or "Existing Ordinary Shares") or a discount of 25 per cent. to the previous trading day's closing mid-market share price (0.09p). Accordingly, the Company is now issuing 1,148,571,422 Ordinary Shares at a price of 0.07p per Ordinary Share. WORST THAN EXPECTED BY NIG BRUTHA BACK TO 0.07P ONM THE WAY TO 0.001P big brother8 20 Nov '19 - 11:32 - 2449 450M SHARES CONVERTED AT 0.07P. READ 11TH NOV RNS. EGM TO ALLOW CONVERSION. + PLACING SHARES = 700M+ NEW SHARES DRIP DRIP DRIP BANG WISE UP . SHORT SELLING + SHARES CONVERSION HENCE THEORETICAL PRICE IS BACK TO 0.07P. MOST LIKELY 0.03P THOUGH 0.03P 24TH OCT 2019 RNS https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/inspirit-energy-INSP/share-news/Inspirit-Energy-Holdings-PLC-Loan-Note-conversion/80987975 On 4(th) May 2018, the Company announced that it had raised GBP530,000 in cash and converted existing debt of GBP315,000 by the issuance of a Convertible Loan Note. The existing debt includes GBP215,000 from related parties. The Company has received requests from the loan note holders of their intention to convert the loan notes at 0.07 pence a share (as per the terms of the loan note). In order to facilitate this request, the Company is convening a General Meeting to be held on 11 November 2019 to seek Shareholders' approval for the Resolutions necessary to issue and allot shares and waive pre-emption rights to facilitate the loan note conversion. The Company is also taking this opportunity to request additional headroom to issue new Ordinary Shares for cash to fund ongoing working capital requirements.
25/11/2019
06:55
whatsthepoint: But this is a unique situation it's not just about researching the company. The product and the company is a complete side show at the moment. The real situation is a very technical trading situation that is about to explode out of hand. We could be about to witness a major major short squeeze. Clearly the volume of shares traded in the past two weeks is only partly related to expectations of the company from the recent RNS. Sure the company needed to raise some cash. Hence the RNS and subsequent placing. But the bigger iasue at play was the news to reorganise the company balance sheet and procedures so they could satisfy the issuing of convertible Loan notes to shares. All these procedures have now been put in place. The massive rally in the share price has set up a chain of events that could get out of hand. We have clearly seen many many of the CLN shares being forward sold as they can be converted at 0.07 if the share price stays below 0.0933. Now the massive rally above .20 and higher caused a massive dilemma to the CLN holders. If the share price stays above say 0.2 then the conversion price is 0.15 25% discount from previous close. Now if you have forward sold below 0.15 you have created a massive headache for your self. You have Not locked in a guaranteed profit which was the assumption and the reason for forward selling. The placing helped settle some of the issues by creating some cheap shares but the price was still too high to keep the CLN price down. 0.12 equals a conversion at 0.09. Now the MM are probably also seriously naked shorting as they understand all that is occurring and will be helping to drive the price down. So we may now have a situation where the shear size of the forward sold shorts and the naked shorts of the MM are so vast that small amounts of buying by the private investors (or a suiter who wants to accumulate stock) puts these shorts at serious risk of costing the shorter untold damage. That won't be saved by converting the CLN. Basically someone is in desperate need to issue the CLN order to convert ASAP. To cover shorts but equally before a major spike will mean fewer and fewer shares issues to cover the short position. The higher the price goes the smaller amount of shares can be issued by converting the loan note. I have a feeling there is a real risk that this trading technicality is about t back fire dramatically on the forward seller. Buying by the private investor could perpetuate this scenario seriously back firing on the MM and the individuals forward selling the CLN shares Very very interesting trading scenario that rarely occurs.That is why I believe we are seeing so many negative posters and sceptics. They are beginning to realise that their cheating could seriously damage their wealth !!!So we have two reasons to buy as private investors one to cause a massive short squeeze but also an opportunity to pick up cheap stock in a company that just might have a product that indeed could solve a major climate issue and produce the worlds most efficient ChP boiler. Much food for thought. Shorters will obviously shoot me down as a loony
16/11/2019
16:26
livup967: I was just listening to ZAK CHART PT2 on INSP and he said we had a spike to 0.30p in 2017 but it only last for 48 hours, and I wanted to see what happen to make SP spike to that level, and I found out it was the expectation of J/G getting a £2m performance bond, and this was the RNS then''' Inspirit Energy Holdings PLC 03 May 2017 3 May 2017 Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc ("Inspirit" or "the Company") Statement re share price movement Further to the share price movement today, Inspirit confirms that it is in discussions with Argentarius ETI Management Ltd about structuring a fixed interest bond instrument for the Company of up to GBP2 million. No money has so far been raised in relation to this instrument and the Company expects to make further announcements in due course. The Company is in the final stages in the development cycle of approvals for its micro combined heat and power (mCHP) boiler and expects trials to begin thereafter. ''but this time seems different to me'' there is no RNS on share price movement for 3 days, and we are up 660% as if J/G thinks share price is worth a lot more than it is now'' and a lot more than the £2m bond then, and just finalising paperwork before he release the kraken LOL'' we can only speculate for now'' ''time will tell''
24/10/2019
21:06
unkwn: From LSE: Warrants Anyone else raised an eyebrow today on reading no mention of warrants? Looks like the CLN holders might be concerned that AIM could be about to do its thing and multibag from here before they get a chance to convert their CLN's @0.07p and, importantly, have a warrant issued for every two shares issued, also at @0.07p. If the share price rises significantly they'll be looking at a 25% discount to the previous day's share price for both conversion and warrant which, all things considered could be far above @0.07p. Of course perhaps there is no news coming, at least nothing to improve the share price, and the note holders realise the only chance of getting any money back is to take a haircut now and attempt to bail out, possibly via a pump and dump, the warrants being worthless to them in practice. If it is good news on the horizon that has triggered the conversion, then the 12 month countdown for the share to get above @0.07p is about to start ticking. Here's the relevant bit: "The conversion is at the full discretion of the Company and on conversion, each new Ordinary Share will attract a half warrant (one warrant issued for every two CLNs converted) at the relevant conversion price valid for 12 months from the date of issue." It's certainly not an easy share to read! Intentionally so by the looks of things - it's either going belly up or to the moon. LoL! Ob I rate his posts in general and we won't be going belly up so exciting times may well be on the horizon.
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