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IES Invinity Energy Systems Plc

-0.50 (-1.67%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -1.67% 29.50 125,591 08:07:57
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
28.00 31.00 30.00 29.50 30.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Indl Coml Fans,blowrs,oth Eq 2.94M -18.54M -0.0970 -3.04 56.35M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:55:32 O 333 30.00 GBX

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Posted at 02/12/2023 08:20 by Invinity Energy Systems Daily Update
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 30p.
Invinity Energy Systems currently has 191,032,123 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Invinity Energy Systems is £56,354,476.
Invinity Energy Systems has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -3.04.
This morning IES shares opened at 30p
Posted at 17/11/2023 10:19 by hope1815
Nope, I do research and Telegram you mention is with BMN, not IES. The share price is moved on the news not speculation or what if, concrete news.

Once the contracts are signed with the USA there will be movement. I am realistic and not an Ostrich. My outlook is long term and IES has a good product proved by some of the partners upgrading to Mistral.

The model of IES is built on long-term revenue from Royalty from the Product they have with upgrades implied as Tech improves.

The trading update showed its yearly revenue outstripped its own forecast. With Mistral orders coming in and Funding in place for these products from the contracts.

I am surprised by how people react to share price falls and wonder why. The USA side has a different outlook, Uk traders or PI seem to be more concerned with daily swings or drops. It is an observation which I hope people take on board
Posted at 03/11/2023 13:16 by gbcol
Ironically all the overblown (IMO) concerns about cash have made the situation worse. With the share price barely at 40p, this reduces the amount of ST warrants that will be converted at 50p in next couple of months. Although I expect many of the insti holders like Schroders will convert their warrants anyway, even if share price doesn’t make it to 50p by December.

Sadly for the holders here, it can suit some to overplay these cash concerns for their own reasons and benefit. It also means that any imminent strategic investment may be struck at a lower price that should have been the case. However, once one is in place, at least the subsequent ones should be able to be struck at a better level.

For those not benefitting from a lower share price, one can only only hope that Invinity can announce sufficient orders asap to get the share price to a reasonable level and follow this with the expected strategic investors.

For the avoidance of doubt, I’m not saying there isn’t a need for some cash investment next year, there clearly is. I’m just saying it’s been made clear that this will come from strategic investors which they are in talks with, that will be adding value as well as cash.
Posted at 30/10/2023 13:16 by mab
Markets and more so solar/battery sectors are weak just now. The few big US battery companies share prices are weaker than Invinity. Risk is off just now and will probably need a resumption of US bull market to drag the smaller cap stuff back into favour.
Posted at 04/10/2023 14:10 by gbcol
Regarding strategic partnerships, they seem to have a number in advanced discussions. Which we know anyway. With more possibilities opening up all the time.

BoD are clearly very frustrated with the share price (aren’t we all!).

There could well be a staggered approach to minimise giving away equity too cheaply. Reference to Honeywell deal where ESS share price went up 25% on news of their deal.

So could see a strategic partner announced, leading to share price rising, then another strat partner based on better SP, further improved share price etc.etc. That’s a theory anyway.

Three areas for poss strat partners - suppliers of interest (eg vanadium being the obvious one), emerging untapped markets (possibly diff countries but wasn’t specific), and other strategic funders.

They certainly want to reduce if not eliminate amy discount to share price with these deals but in this environment it’s going to be difficult to secure a premium, but if a strategic partnership pushes up share price then it’s win-win.

Anyone hoping for a discounted equity fundraiser anytime soon is going to be disappointed.

That was my take on it anyway.
Posted at 29/9/2023 10:07 by cerrito
We have to see this morning's fall in the context that the climate this week is very bad for companies in the position of IES. Possible but unlikely that it is due to the quarter end.2 shares I am in who reported this week and who like IES are in a good revenue space with profitability due in the next 24 months (Cog and PHC, who both have much better cash runways) have had their share prices hit this week.I thought the IMC presentation good. My question on managerial/directorial control of manufacturing was bought up in a convoluted way and I continue to fret that they do not have manufacturing under the control required.Good to be told of the due diligence the US DOE put them under and also that good availability of the essential raw material of Vanadium electrolytes.They are right to focus on a strategic partner who brings both cash and value added. They are right to say that due diligence is required-and of course it is two way - but it has been going on for some time. No reason they could not follow the CWR example and have two. This could well create a virtuous circle of increasing the share price such that people feel comfortable subscribing to the warrants.Depending on the partner no reason they do not follow the example of ITM and CWR among others and give a board seat. I do ask myself if the Board needs to be rotated to reflect the IES corporate development. Hopefully next year I will do what I have failed to do and attend the AGM. I was interested to hear that they are not happy with their experience on the OTC market-not the first such comment I have heard from a UK listed small cap, and wonder if any of you are invested in companies with a better experience. Not optimum that 25pc of their shareholder base approx is people like me-UK Retail. While I have zero interest in selling, I am curiously reluctant to buy, even at this morning's reduced price. 
Posted at 27/9/2023 08:42 by gbcol
Short term warrants need to be converted by mid December this year. 50p exercise price.

I just wondered what the general view here is on whether you will be converting or not.

For example:

a) Will definitely take up my warrants regardless of share price at time
b) Will definitely not take up my warrants whatever the SP
c) Will only take up warrants if share price is over 50p
d) Will only take up warrants if share price is considerably over 50p
e) Will only take up warrants if share price is at least 45p
f) Have already converted my warrants
g) Don’t know if I’ve got any warrants
h) Will think about it in December
i) Some other option

For me, I will almost certainly convert, assuming the share price is no lower (or not much lower than todays 45p). I expect I’ll do that conversion in mid to late November. Probably the right answer would be to convert as late as possible and only if share price is around or above 50p.

I suspect a reasonable proportion of holders don’t realise they even have warrants or may not realise the conversion price was reduced to 50p. Clearly the ones that converted already when shareprice was even lower than today didn’t fully comprehend.

I think the company should remind shareholders of the warrants before they expire, assuming they can do that cheaply. Probably an RNS is best format although a lot of stale holders may not keep abreast of RNS’s. Maybe needs a mail shot or email if they have the shareholders details.
Posted at 25/9/2023 10:16 by wheeze
I'm fairly sure there has been some short selling of this stock in the expectation of the company needing to raise funds. Several posters have mentioned cash runway. In the current market there is a huge amount of lazy shorting going on, sadly a quick way of making money by destroying a companies share price. You have to have a robust balance sheet to withstand a short attack. These jackals hunt in packs, below the 0.5% radar needing to declare their position.Invinity has a robust future with a solid order book. Needing cash upfront to help process those orders should now be available via the banks if needed, with US govt backed orders in place.Looking forward to some of these player being singed, though we will never know....
Posted at 24/9/2023 08:51 by dontay
Long-duration storage gets big boost with $325M from DOEThe department selected nine proposals with the goal of accelerating the adoption of emerging technologies, which could be key to cleaning.22 September 2023On Friday, the Department of Energy announced that it has selected nine proposals for long-duration energy storage test projects to receive a collective $325 million in funding.The money, mostly allocated by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, will go entirely to projects that can deliver stored electricity for a period of 10 hours or more. This type of resource is seen as vital for turning variable wind and solar production into a reliable, round-the-clock power source. The DOE wants to see costs for long-duration storage drop 90% over this decade, to make it a cost-effective tool for a future low-carbon grid.The new funds offer a downpayment on that decade-long effort. Many of the technologies have been in development for years if not decades. But utilities and private investors have been slow to sink their money into long-duration technologies that haven't proven they can operate at scale. The awards signal that the ?"technological powerhouse" of DOE scientists and researchers has scrutinized these technologies and found them worthy of investment, said Under Secretary for Infrastructure David Crane in an interview. He likened it to a ?"Good DOE Housekeeping seal of approval" for novel forms of storage.These projects were picked after an extensive - and I mean extensive - internal review process," said Crane, who oversees the Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations. ?"If we're backing it, that's a good sign."Two of the winners, ReJoule and Smartville, won funding to repurpose used electric-car batteries for resilient power in low-income communities. Others use electrochemical approaches that promise advantages over conventional lithium-ion batteries: Urban Electric Power will test its zinc manganese dioxide batteries in New York; five rural electric cooperatives will try out vanadium flow batteries from Invinity; zinc bromide batteries will deliver backup power to a children's hospital in a disadvantaged part of Madera, California; and, renewables juggernaut NextEra Energy Resources will test zinc bromide batteries in Wisconsin and Oregon supplied by Eos Energy Storage (the recent recipient of a $400 million loan guarantee from the DOE).Fast-moving Italian cleantech startup Energy Dome won funding for its first U.S. project, with three of Wisconsin's biggest utilities. Energy Dome stores energy by compressing and expanding carbon dioxide contained in large bubble structures - it currently operates a 2.5-megawatt demo project in Sardinia.The remote community of Healy, Alaska will transition from coal power to renewables with the help of a ?"pumped thermal energy storage" system from legacy company Westinghouse and Echogen.Lastly, Form Energy won the only award for storage that can discharge for multiple days straight. The extremely well-funded startup will install its iron-air batteries at retiring coal plants owned by utility Xcel Energy in Colorado and Minnesota. The Xcel partnership was announced in January; now it has financial support, and researchers from Argonne National Lab will ?"measure, assess, and validate the technical and social impacts of the project." Form separately won a contract with Virginia utility Dominion Energy this week, along with Eos.The statute called for 50–50 cost share on these projects, meaning the DOE would fund half. But, Crane noted, the department was able to stretch taxpayer dollars further than that: After the DOE's $325 million, private capital will supply the remainder of an expected $800 million to build all these projects.When asked which of the technologies he found most promising, Crane demurred: ?"I'm an ecumenical guy. I love all nine projects, and we will be zealous in pursuit of all."The ultimate measure of success, he added, is to achieve replicability. This government funding is intended to take technologies that haven't reached wide commercial adoption and convince private investors as well as utility regulatory commissions that these are trustworthy investments that will work the way they're supposed to. If that succeeds, power companies will greenlight more of these projects in the near future.First, the applicants need to complete negotiations with the DOE to finalize the awards. Then they must actually build their grant-funded projects, and the DOE says that could take four to five years for permitting, design and construction. Crane sounded hungry to get as many as possible done sooner."My personal mission at the DOE is to move into a fast-track posture," Crane said. ?"If a company says they can move faster, we're going to spend a lot of time making sure we don't slow them down."Ideally, given the intensive vetting from the national labs, a wave of follow-on projects using these technologies can get rolling even before the first wave is built, he added. Https://
Posted at 13/9/2023 12:02 by dontay
Phenom Provides Updates on Relevant Additional U.S. Department of Energy Grant Opportunities.Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - September 12, 2023) - Phenom Resources Corp. (TSXV: PHNM) (OTCQX: PHNMF) (FSE: 1PY0) ("Phenom" or the "Company") is pleased to share two grant funding opportunity announcements from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) that appear relevant to the Company's vanadium resource in Nevada. The Company plans to submit applications to both this fall.Firstly, on August 31, 2023, the DOE announced a Notice of Intent to make available $3.5 billion in funding to bolster American battery manufacturing and strengthen domestic supply chains. This notice of intent-made possible by the President's Bipartisan Infrastructure Law-represents the second round of funding for battery materials processing and battery manufacturing grants to support the creation of new, retrofitted, and expanded domestic commercial facilities for battery materials, battery components, and cell manufacturing. The intent of the funding is to expand domestic manufacturing of batteries for electric vehicles and the nation's grid, as well for battery materials and components currently imported from other countries. The funds would enhance national security by building up the domestic supply chains. This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) through the Office of Manufacturing and Energy Supply Chains (MESC) anticipates making approximately 19-41 awards in the form of grants. MESC plans to set the FOA timelines on or about October 2023, at which time the Company will respond promptly by preparing and submitting its vanadium project for this funding opportunity.This sizable funding opportunity could have relevant application to the Company to help fund prefeasibility and feasibility studies on its vanadium resource and build the processing plant.Secondly, in support of President Biden's Investing in America agenda, the DOE announced on September 6, 2023, up to $150 million of grant funding opportunities to support U.S. critical metals projects with bench- and pilot-scale research, development, and demonstration processing plants to produce and refine critical minerals and materials in the United States. The funds, provided by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, will help to strengthen domestic critical material supply chains and meet the growing demand for critical minerals and materials while reducing reliance on foreign sources. The Company plans to submit its vanadium project to DOE for this funding opportunity well before the deadline of November 10, 2023.This funding opportunity, although smaller than the first FOA, could have relevant application to the Company to help fund prefeasibility and feasibility studies on its vanadium resource.Vanadium is on the U.S. Geological Survey list of critical metals. Over 75% of the world's vanadium comes from China and Russia and over 98% from BRICS countries.About Phenom Resources Corp.Phenom has a 100% interest in the Carlin Gold-Vanadium Project, located in Elko County, 6 miles south from the town of Carlin, Nevada and Highway I-80. The property lies in the southern parts of Carlin Gold Trend. The Carlin Gold-Vanadium Project hosts the Carlin Vanadium deposit, the largest highest grade primary vanadium deposit in North America.Https://
Posted at 09/9/2023 09:52 by gbcol
Magic Finance, one indication what BoD expectations for the share price is the conversion price for the short and long term warrants which they amended a few months ago. Clearly the BoD want as many converted as possible to bolster their cash position.

The short term warrants have been priced at 50p and need to be exercised by Dec 2023. So the share price really needs to be north of 50p which with the orders indicated for last quarter 2023, should be easily achievable IMO. I’d expect >60p with some decent order announcements.

The long term warrants are now exercisable at £1 and final date to convert is December 2024. With Mistral launching in 2024 it will be very disappointing and surprising if share price isn’t considerably above that level.

From memory, there are just over 14 million of each warrant. So if all were converted (albeit that is unlikely) that would bring in circa £21million.

The share price really needs to break through and hold above 60p in the next few months IMO and that could happen any time on the back of a good RNS but as anyone that has been here any length of time will know, trying to predict IES share price is not the easiest. However If you believe as I do that the growing momentum and traction they are getting will eventually work through to the share price then whether it takes weeks or months is largely irrelevant.
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