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% 0.0275 1,709,227 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.025 0.03 0.0275 0.0275 0.0275
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials -0.97 -0.07
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:16:05 O 648,448 0.029 GBX

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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 0.03p.
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 0.07p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.02p.
There are currently 1,420,806,857 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 984,447 shares. The market capitalisation of Inspirit Energy Holdings Plc is £390,721.89.
knowing: Share price values the listing of the company but none of the IP. Small trades you can get 0.32 anything larger full offer.
tomboyb: Why not? - The principal amount of the CLNs are convertible at the higher of either 0.07 p per Ordinary Share of 0.1p each (the "Ordinary Shares" or "Existing Ordinary Shares" and subject to the Capital Reorganisation as set out below) or a discount of 25 per cent. to the previous trading day's closing market share price.
johncasey: FROM OBSERVER ON LSE @HEWITT. Thanks for the kind words. Yesterday's news is interesting from several angles. The first angle is why release news now? There are several reasons that I can see: 1. They were forced to. You might have noticed that events over the past few weeks such as the share price spike on no news and closure of our Sheffield lab drew attention from certain quarters that have reputation shorts on us[ALTHOUGH IT WAS MAESTRO WHO FOUND THIS OUT]. They highlighted various issues with the company, and it seems likely that in response to this we were forced by our Nomad (quite rightly IMHO) to bring our web pages up to date and inline with the rules. From what I can see this included changing the estimated date of delivery from 2017 to 2019, and updating the Aim rule 26 page with the share structure as it was on 23rd April 2019. There could be other changes - who likes playing spot the difference? ;-) Staying with the "they were forced to" reason, in addition to website changes perhaps our Nomad decided that other recently unannounced progress should be disclosed too? 2. A placing is coming By now we are certainly running low on funds. We have access to $2.6m debt facility, but raising on market might be more efficient (for existing shareholders). This is how I believe a well functioning market should work: news is announced; the market digests the news and if good the share price rises to a new equilibrium; the company then seeks to raise money by placing shares at the new price the market supports. You hear no end of moaning across the boards when a placing comes after good news - but that is the point, you wouldn't want to raise before the market has had a chance to adjust, unless the offer is to existing shareholders of course. But because (many) investors know this they become weary and sell off the back of a share price rise hoping to buy back in at the raise point, which unfortunately then leads to a lower equilibrium point than the market would have otherwise supported for the raise - especially on AIM, where self-fulfilling herd like behaviour is prevalent. 3. News is coming Now it could be that we were planning on releasing the update at some point soon, even at this point, because we needed to air substantial insider information to the market, so called clearing the decks in preparation for even bigger, company defining news such as certification news, a joint venture or even buyout proposals which might be imminent. I'll get on to talking about the substance of the news release later, but for now I'd say we were forced to update the website, and forced to release just enough information so the BoD can't be accused of malpractice, but it's possible we weren't quite ready to announce the big news, and if so, I believe it'll be on the back of this we raise funds one way or another to finally take us to commercialisation. Perhaps we'll do a little raise to tide us over? ;-) All IMHO!
tomboyb: 845k worth of CLNs - so assuming on the rns a discount of 25% on the previous day's share price that would equate to around 4 billion extra shares - Except the CLNs cannot go above 29% -
jinnn1: temmujin - Why on earth would you place a £14 million valuation on a company which produces no revenue. No surprise the share price tumbled as it has. How long does it take too get a product too market seriously? In this case way too long.
temmujin: Valuation We set our minimum fair value price for Inspirit Energy as the implied price of the 2013 reverse takeover (£4.22 million) plus additional development costs booked into the balance sheet since then (£1.49 million as at 31st December 2015). This equates to a total of £5.7 million, or 0.61p per share, implying 49% upside from the current price of 0.41p. We believe that this is a highly conservative valuation method as it only values development at cost price and attributes no value to the various certifications and business relationships developed which are key to taking the Inspirit Charger into commercial production. Upon completion of the field trials at client sites, and receipt of the British Standards Institute and Microgeneration Certification Scheme accreditations, Inspirit will have overcome further barriers to commercialisation and should thus justify a higher valuation. We see these events as being accomplished within the next 8 to 12 months and providing a potential valuation catalyst. Demonstrating this, Flowgroup, which announced the achievement of MCS accreditation for its mCHP Flow boiler on 4th April 2016, saw its share price rise by 26.5% in the following week. Beyond that, in the early stages of commercial sales we see a revenue multiple based approach as being relevant, moving to an earnings based multiple as Inspirit demonstrates consistent and rising profitability. If the above expectations are achieved we believe a multiple of 1 times sales for financial year 2017/18 would be an appropriate valuation, implying a market cap of £14.8 million – equating to 1.58p – over 3 times the current stock price. With our minimum valuation implying 49% upside from the current share price, and further commercial progress suggesting the potential for additional and substantial share price advancement, we initiate coverage of Inspirit Energy with a Conviction Buy stance.
temmujin: RE: Why the rise today?Today 08:50Forget the prospects of low double digit millions market cap, this company could soon be worth double digit millions within a few short years, eventually into triple digit millions, and relatively quickly with strong revenue growth. It's all in here: "On the cusp of cogeneration commercialisation & trading at a fraction of replacement IP cost" (13th June 2016) hxxp:// Anyone new take a read through my posts on this board from the beginning of the year to get up to speed with all things INSP. This one's currently on the back burner for me, but I believe I'm reasonably up to speed if anyone wants to AMA ;-) The question at the moment, and probably responsible for the start of the rise is has funding been arranged? Also, the anniversary of the collaboration with the CIBSE draws near: "Collaboration Agreement with the CIBSE" (16 August 2016) hxxp:// === The CIBSE will commence the project immediately, providing project management, execution and implementation in order to gather the data necessary to produce a report. Inspirit will provide access to its field trial data as well as offering technical and commercial guidance. It is expected that the final report will be published by the end of 2017. === and that additional 200W peak capability announced last month, taking the peak electrical output of the 15kW version of the Inspirit Charger to 3.2kW shouldn't be sniffed at. Of course there is a lot of risk here, but the potential rewards from this share price makes this a good bet IMHO. Although I'll admit 0.1 was better - cheers @Fallingknife ;-) Ob
jamesd888: 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.
temmujin: SMALL CAP IDEAS: Big market awaits for combined heat and power boiler specialist Inspirit Energy By IAN LYALL, PROACTIVE INVESTORS, FOR THIS IS MONEY PUBLISHED: 14:10, 6 June 2016 | UPDATED: 14:32, 6 June 2016 e-mail 8 shares View comments Inspirit Energy is a micro-cap specialising in combined heat and power boilers that have the potential to lop thousands of pounds off household and business energy bills Led by City financier John Gunn, the company recently completed a rather modest £750,000 fundraising and is now putting the pedal to the metal commercially. Its technology, called the Inspirit Charger, is dishwasher-sized, floor-mounted and, on cursory inspection, probably not too dissimilar to the larger units offered by Potterton, or Worcester Bosch. Inside is where it differs from these traditional appliances, for sitting beneath the boiler is the Stirling engine, which generates the electricity. +1 Big market: In the UK the market for replacement boilers is 1.6 million a year, for Europe as a whole, the number is closer to 9 million It uses the inert gas helium as its driver, so there is no combustion inside the engine. This keeps wear and tear to a minimum and means the sealed unit has a 100,000-hour life with little or no maintenance required. 'We are leagues ahead in terms of maintenance costs, which are incredibly low,' chief executive Gunn said. The Charger’s output is a best-in-class 3 kilowatts of electricity, which is worth around £2,600 to the user without a feed-in tariff or a further £4,500 with the government incentive. 'The competition only works with a tariff,' said Gunn. 'Ours [the Charger system] is economic without it.' That’s because the electricity output from the unit is roughly triple the amount generated by the current offer of micro-CHPs out there in the market. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next SMALL CAP MOVERS: Kibo soars on new gold mine agreement;... SMALL CAP IDEAS: Dynamic duo looking to repeat Card Clear... MIDAS SHARE TIPS: A nice little earner! But used car dealer... MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Investors place their orders for... SHARE THIS ARTICLE Share This in itself should be a unique selling point. Then there’s the green angle. The efficiency of the system is 93 per cent. So for every 10 units of energy put in more than nine units of power come out the other end. Contrast that with traditional power stations, which convert roughly 35-40 per cent of latent energy of coal into electricity. The cost per kilowatt hour of output from the charger is just over tuppence, a saving of 11p over conventional sources. The sticker price, initially at least, might be a little off-putting. The Charger is expected to retail at £11,500 fully installed versus a traditional boiler, which comes in at around a third of that price. As the production run increases so the unit costs will come down to more competitive levels. As it currently stands, there is the option to acquire this money-saving device on finance. INSPIRIT ENERGY AT A GLANCE AIM ticker: INSP Value: £3.27million Share price: 0.42p Year high: 0.73p Low: 0.26p Alternatively, the customer gets the unit for free by signing up to a gas and electricity contract offered by one of its partners or lease the appliance directly from Inspirit. 'This is a similar model to that use by the solar and wind [industries],' said Gunn. 'Their payback is seven to ten years, ours is three to four. 'The lease finance model is a strong point as the consumer does not end up paying the high capital cost up front.' Inspirit is currently concluding the certification process for its state-of-the-art boilers before releasing ten units for commercial use with ‘high-end customers’. The routes to market are the obvious ones – via the utilities, energy savings consultancies and housebuilders. The company is also planning to have an e-commerce presence. It has said it will sell between 1,200 and 1,500 units in its first year of commercial production, rising to 3,000 and then 5,000. That may sound a lot, but it is only a tiny proportion of the replacement market, which here in the UK is 1.6 million boilers a year. Yep. Big, right? For Europe as a whole, the number is closer to 9 million. Investors are aware the company, which expects to break even in the financial year 2017/18, will need to tap the market when it goes into full-scale production. At that point, the share price, which values the business at less than £5million, should more accurately reflect the huge potential of Inspirit.
mug3: From what I can see the Inspirit boiler and electrical out out is much better than Flow's. Great if Inspirit matched Flow and we saw a 10 fold INSP share price increase. Squeeze the TW short.
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