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IES Invinity Energy Systems Plc

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Last Updated: 08:00:00
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Invinity Energy Systems Plc LSE:IES London Ordinary Share JE00BLR94N79 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 28.00 27.00 29.00 28.00 28.00 28.00 154,525 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Indl Coml Fans,blowrs,oth Eq 2.94M -18.54M -0.0970 -2.89 53.49M
Invinity Energy Systems Plc is listed in the Indl Coml Fans,blowrs,oth Eq sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IES. The last closing price for Invinity Energy Systems was 28p. Over the last year, Invinity Energy Systems shares have traded in a share price range of 23.00p to 59.00p.

Invinity Energy Systems currently has 191,032,123 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Invinity Energy Systems is £53.49 million. Invinity Energy Systems has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -2.89.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/2/2024
06:49
Hoping for some more rns like buses to follow with positive news on lodes and advancement of us contracts.
megaman2
26/2/2024
17:26
The 14/9/23 RNS said
“However, as the order will now be fulfilled by Invinity's Mistral product, the Company expects that the sale will achieve a greater gross margin than previously anticipated.”

This will now only be a royalty. What gross margin will that provide?

purchaseatthetop
26/2/2024
17:05
Well perhaps, but to be fair there is a difference between a MOU and a signed agreement!
vatnabrekk
26/2/2024
16:27
A new strategic manufacturing MOU with Everdura was announced on 22nd Sep 2023. Today we have a strategic manufacturing agreement with Everdura which supercedes the old MOU. A case of stirring the same pot to generate some bubbles of excitement in the shares!
itsriskythat
26/2/2024
15:51
Probably has enough money until July so an investment in early April is not as tight as previous dilutions but still pressing and what many will be waiting for .
megaman2
26/2/2024
15:45
Yes and keep the high tech IP somewhere better protected and more controllable
tom_w3
26/2/2024
14:55
... why would you set up expensive production tooling in other locations unless there are sound economic reasons.

Quite so, and that is very probably the situation.

The product appears to have distinct features, two of which are relatively low tech and bulky (an electrolyte tank and the electrolyte itself or its solid ingredients) and a more compact high-tech part (reaction chamber, membrane, electrodes, sensors etc and the associated control electronics). Switch-gear, power invertors etc reqired for input/otput connection are also reasonably standard processes.

It very probably makes very good sense to manufacture the low-tech features locally in lower cost places and additionally save on transportation costs.

boadicea
26/2/2024
14:47
Game Theory in negotiations means knowing the counterparties next best alternative (NBA). What is IESs NBA in this case? That will determine whether any strategic investment is good for existing PIs.
purchaseatthetop
26/2/2024
11:59
This was a good news announcement, confidence that Mistral works and can go in to production (so sell some then), and the unknown financial rescue partner(s) is / are / could be weeks away (still). No need for fund raising to keep the lights on.

Does the "other markets" bit about Everdura mean that Mistral will be manufactured in Taiwan, or just those orders for the local market ... why would you set up expensive production tooling in other locations unless there are sound economic reasons. What does the "Strategic" label mean? While there must be an economic and political case for assembly and commissioning services through the facilities in Canada and Scotland, primary manufacture in what is probably the most efficient place in the world sounds like a good strategy to me.

marktime1231
26/2/2024
09:29
I wonder who started this thread in December 22 ?

Oh look at what was said in the header - not that long ago really 2 years !

“ Invinity seems to be gaining traction of late with sales occurring including into new markets with large potential future orders.

Cash is still tight and negative cash flow, but it's a relatively new company in terms of its commercialisation.

This could be a couple of years from cash flow positive and the business seems to be up front capital intensive, however, this is against a current market cap. of circa 50m. Downside is kinda priced in here and has been for some time. 50m market cap vs. multi billion dollar addressable market.

Better taking positions at these levels than at previously 150p and waiting for the recovery.

It does have cash from recent fund raise, it will raise again, but any raise will be against an improving performance, so money isn't going into supporting a dead dog of a business.”

All depends how disappointing your entry price is, doesn’t it ?

yump
26/2/2024
09:23
Interesting parallel with Cwr, where Taiwanese corporate, in this case, Delta, also came to the rescue after another much heralded relationship failed to deliver. In both cases, good on the Taiwanese. Agree with easier poster that it might be worth seeing the terms of the strategic partner when they declare themselves.
brucie5
26/2/2024
09:20
Lloyds recent results included the phrase: “Our strategy is purpose-driven”;. Thank goodness for that.

That deserves the next level up from grammar fascism !

yump
26/2/2024
09:11
(hamidahamid) "... technology is validated with minstrel JV with Siemens..."
Yes, sure is a sweet song.

(Predictive text, I assume.)

Oh, and Grist is grain that has been separated from its chaff in preparation for grinding. (Wikipedia)
... or figuratively, substance, as in 'grist to the mill'..

boadicea
26/2/2024
09:10
Grist on its own means grain ...

There is the saying grist in the mill..

But without the in the mill bit it means grain...😂

If you are going to try to use a saying include more than 1 word .the board is not a cryptic crossword .

megaman2
26/2/2024
09:02
Yes they explained the rns by repeating it ...
Genius...

I'm more inclined to think the numpties and there are many saw the word "strategic" and shot their bolt confusing it with what is meant to play out in the coming weeks...

megaman2
26/2/2024
09:01
Not a true rise as price is marked up at open, which will mug the PI punters.

Encouraging update though, but it also suggests behind the scenes that V3 sales have died a death whilst waiting for Mistral launch - this was suspected.

Looks like Mistral has been validated and all production tooling now completed, in effect they're getting ready to switch the conveyor belt on.

Still need to get their funding sorted - which is likely to be dilutive, any partner is gonna want a chunk of the equity in return for their cash, all that's happening is they're doing a fund raise without recourse to the annoying markets. Still, they estimate news on this in about a month or so.

No real real details on the 'expected' forthcoming sales update, size of deal etc.

Another step in the right direction though, but, it's likely this wont be profitable for some time - maybe a year or two - and there's still unknowns on basic financials like margin.

No rush to buy in here.

owenski
26/2/2024
08:49
“Tridential221; someone swallowed a dictionary ?

Or should I say “ ingurgitated”

yump
26/2/2024
08:26
Definitely could turnout to be a monster in energy storage, technology is validated with minstrel JV with Siemens, personally I'm going to wait till partner is announced and funding is sorted
hamidahamida
26/2/2024
08:21
What's grist ??
megaman2
26/2/2024
08:16
Yes on lse they are misreporting what was said on the vsa podcast ...Andrew monk talks about concerns of a discounted placement all he confirms is that he hasn't been anywhere near a retail investor ..

So they jump to the daft ramping conclusion of no dilution ....

There is a guy harchris who is like Walter Mitty with a history of nonsense posts on other stocks.

I'm sure monk is not including a strategic investor in the retail investor cohort and to claim he said no dilution is just daft ramping ..

Its very hard to see how a strategic investor comes on board without dilution . It's more at what price .

megaman2
26/2/2024
08:05
Looks like the market love the news. Looking very promising and can this finally be the corner being turned.
our haven
26/2/2024
08:04
Good to see the Taiwan deal firmed up. Could be a big market and royalty deal is smart. And the other deal discussions continue. Should be a relief rally
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