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Pipehawk Plc LSE:PIP London Ordinary Share GB0003010609 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 13.50 13.00 14.00 13.50 13.50 13.50 36 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 6.7 0.1 1.5 9.0 4

Pipehawk Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/3/2022
19:43
Considering all new builds will have heat pumps (or other non carbon alternatives) from 2025 the market opportunity is huge. I'd imagine over the next few years the main driver in demand will be from mid to high end new builds, as it will be hard to justify to buyers sticking in old fashioned boilers, plus higher end existing housing stock replacing boilers. As the market is currently so small this on its own should create huge demand.
hydrus
23/3/2022
18:17
I saw the news with Heat Pumps and 0% VAT but one needs to take a balanced view on this. Heat Pumps are traditionally more expensive than conventional boilers. I looked at Air Source Heat Pumps and Ground Source Heat Pumps for my current home where I moved in last year and though Ventive may price them a lot cheaper they will still be more expensive than traditional boilers. The quotes I was getting for Air Source Heat Pumps including VAT and installation was around £30k - £40k. Now last year there was I think a £10k rebate from the UK Government if applied before 31st March 2021 which I did. It still worked out a £20k-£30k outlay. The BBC is reporting that the £5k from the UK Government will pay around 50% of the cost which is utter rubbish unless Ventive can come in at much lower prices than current Air Source Heat Pumps. When one factors in all associated costs with Air Source Heat Pump then I will be shocked if people can go all in for £10k!!! If Ventive can manage to do this then game one for QM Systems and PIP. This could be huge but it all depends on the selling price to the consumer. On top of the above I was advised that PHASE ONE power to the home would not work with Air Source Heat Pumps so we enquired about getting PHASE TWO power to the home and the Council quoted us £11k from the exchange to our house which would be a cost on top. The new £5k is 50% less than last years grant/subsidy so this is just a SPIN/GIMMICK in my opinion from the UK Government. They were giving away double that amount only last year until 31st March 2022. Those who can afford heat pumps and want them will already have them. When people are struggling to make ends meet and are stuggling to pay for food and petrol the last thing they are going to want to do is spend £20k minus 20% VAT and £5k-£6k which still means a £10k - £15k outlay. Even if Ventive's product is cheaper and so lets say you can get a Heat Pump with installation costs of around £10k and you get a £5k subsidy/grant from the UK Government that is still a net £5k outlay. This would rule out those very people who could do with reducing their energy costs as they are struggling to pay their energy bills but will they have access to £5k even on credit? The only real and significant market I can see is new builds. I am bullish PIP and I think Ventive and QM Systems will create a quality product but if Ventive cannot sell them then sales could soon dry up with QM Systems so this risk exists and this is by no means a one way bet.
bapodra_investments
23/3/2022
15:51
"You'd think Pip might have had a good rise in the Heat Pump news." Give them time Dave, give them time... G.
garth
23/3/2022
13:15
If there is a delayed buy it's going to show around 14.05pm unless Peel are watching the news and marked it up for the sake of the heat pump news which I doubt
dave4545
23/3/2022
13:14
Great news !
nico115
23/3/2022
12:56
0% VAT on heatpumps announced
hydrus
22/3/2022
16:22
So well bid online the last 4 "buys" showing are all sales. 33-36p but it was 35.45p bid then 34.75p bid
dave4545
21/3/2022
11:07
Chancellor's Spring Statement on Wednesday. Hopefully some positive commentary on the role of green energy which should benefit companies like PIP.
rp19
21/3/2022
11:07
Looks like mostly buyers Probably figs next week Still a small mkt cap Spsy kino and pip my fave 3
nico115
21/3/2022
10:19
Must be a big buy to show later. 34.24p offer earlier and now 34.45p bid with no trades showing so far. Peel seem to be the driver of this stock up and down most days.
dave4545
17/3/2022
19:48
I will be keeping an eye on the debt levels for PIP in the results. That is going to be crucial as if there is evidence that PIP is effectively managing/servicing its debt then growth in revenues and profitability could drive the share price up further.
bapodra_investments
17/3/2022
14:34
90p all time high in 2001 Doing it's best to fill the gap via a bowl formation on the chart I'm not really a chart person though
dave4545
17/3/2022
14:31
AllTime highs !!Now the question is is this a 20m ,30m ,50m or 100m mkt cap in the making.30m to 50m in my opinion
nico115
17/3/2022
14:08
15.03pm for the delayed buy or 16.03pm if it's a biggy like 50k
dave4545
17/3/2022
12:34
Good to see you Nico as always. A lovely gem of a share PIP is. My entries are time and date stamped and for all to see on this board as I do not hide like a coward unlike some on ADFVN who hide behind aliases. They are most probably bitter and sad that whilst my investments in PIP are making me money they are wasting their time trolling.
bapodra_investments
17/3/2022
09:10
Haha u deramp everywhere !!Doubt it Cos I keep offering the co money !!No need for placing Not had one for years and years I believe Deramp elsewhere mate
nico115
16/3/2022
18:23
£10.2m market cap. There you go. Delivered as I anticipated. Next price target for me is the 40p - 50p price zone but I think we will need to get the results out of the way first. Great nano cap. PIP is under the radar. The market cap has the potential to double from current £10m level to £20m. I remember when the market cap was £3m! We have already seen the market cap move from £3m to £10m in a reasonably short period of time. Strong trend. Strong momentum. Strong investors and traders.
bapodra_investments
16/3/2022
15:30
It has been higher but around 2006-2007 33.75-35.7p nice big spread but in % terms now it's around 35p it's not that bad We used to have 2p spreads back in the 8p days
dave4545
16/3/2022
13:54
ATH now at 34p !!
saadia110
16/3/2022
13:43
This mkt cap probably warranted on Ventive tie up AllOther parts in for nothing 150p anyone ?
nico115
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