Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Redt Energy LSE:RED London Ordinary Share GB00B11FB960 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.125p +1.20% 10.50p 10.25p 10.75p 10.50p 9.75p 10.375p 4,356,655 16:18:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 9.2 -4.9 -1.0 - 68.66

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/10/2017
12:30
It did trade at 9.6 so technically the gap has been closed
dr darkstar
19/10/2017
12:21
559 Just people not wanting to sit on paper losses, been there too many times. I suspect this has already reached its short term bottom and I have taken a small position already. More will follow if I think my hunch is correct.
tradermel
19/10/2017
11:47
Ups and downs, yes of course; I expect to see around 50p within a year from now
dr darkstar
19/10/2017
11:33
Pierre, all great minds...
littlepop
19/10/2017
11:31
Anyone who expects this (or any other) share to increase in value continually and in a straight line is going to be disappointed. The fall here, small by comparison with the recent increase, is profit-taking following a big rise of which there will be plenty more on further news. It is unrealistic to expect all investors to be long term however obvious the potential in RedT has now become.
littlepop
19/10/2017
11:20
559 Some people are traders and are happy with a quick small profit. But basically share prices go up and down, buyers and sellers come and go. the company is maturing well and is getting sales. The first sales are the hardest, subsequent sales easier when the market has seen how they actually perform. I expect the next rns will be positive, and the share price will once again surge several pence and settle back a penny or two in the following couple of weeks. rinse and repeat.
pierre oreilly
19/10/2017
11:18
ANDREW LOCKLEY | 19 OCTOBER 2017 Hey this is the full article !!!! Will vanadium be lithium’s nemesis? Recent government announcements have shown it’s beyond doubt we’re in the middle of a dramatic energy storage revolution. The Tories have announced that the electricity market is going to be totally shaken up. This market reformation will permit domestic-scale demand management, and storage. Even the ever-so-sensible IKEA is now flogging home batteries. In a decade or two, you can look forward to driving an electric car, which could have a two-way flow of energy to the grid (if Nissan gets its way). Your car will use its hefty battery to earn you cash, balancing the grid as it charges. Inside your house, your appliances will switch on and off, to take advantage of moment-by-moment fluctuations in energy prices. You can play this batteries revolution – and today we’re speaking to Scott McGregor of redT energy. It’s a very interesting firm, because it’s one of the only companies that I’ve had consistent pressure from readers to feature. When you couple this investor interest with the firm’s interesting technology, and great timing, it suddenly looks like a very interesting investment opportunity. I’ll hand you over to Scott, to explain more. AL: Let’s kick off with your personal story, Scott… SMG: Before getting involved in the renewable energy space, I acquired an MBA from the London Business School; a Bachelor of Economics from Monash University, Australia; and qualified as a chartered accountant through PWC. Before joining redT I worked across a number of sectors, including the environmental, mining, finance and technology industries. These roles have involved advising leading corporations in North America, Asia and Europe, and have included finance and development roles for Rio Tinto, Merrill Lynch and Skype. In November 2015 we chose to change the name from Camco Clean Energy to redT energy, to reflect the company’s core focus becoming the commercialisation of its energy storage product. I’d previously overseen the establishment of Camco’s clean energy project business, focused on biogas and solar projects; the expansion of its carbon credits business; and led the development of the energy storage technology – now the focus of redT energy. In summary, I transformed the business, from just being Camco, to being a market leader in the energy storage space. Now, I’m CEO of redT energy. You may be interested in FREE ICO TRADING MASTERCLASS If you want to take your crypto investing to the next level, expert Sam Volkering has created this special series just for you. You will discover: • Which coins are hitting gains of 100,000% and more… • How to raid this market using Sam’s tried and tested methods • How to risk as little as £200 for the chance to make £2,000… within just seven days! It’s free and you will learn something truly valuable about this blistering new market. Click here to sign up and put yourself in the running for gains as high as 1,000% Capital at risk. An unregulated product published by Southbank Investment Research. Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results. AL: Please can you tell me a bit more about redT energy? SMG: redT energy develops and supplies durable and robust energy storage machines. This is based on proprietary vanadium redox flow technology for on and off-grid applications. This technology is centred around vanadium’s ability to hold different amounts of electrical charge. Pumps and membranes are utilised to separate or bring together differently charged vanadium solutions, charging or discharging electricity. redT products are perfect for storage renewable energy, as they don’t wear out. They earn money for their owners by providing grid services – such as energy trading, frequency response and generating additional revenue by selling electricity back to the local grid. The technology has been developed over the last 17 years and now offers some of the lowest levelised cost of storage units on the market. We believe that levelised cost of storage is the best indicator of the cost of a technology, as it takes into account maintenance and depreciation of the asset, along with other relevant factors. The industry standard of benchmarking pricing using a $/kWh capacity figure does not tell the whole story. We do not manufacture conventional batteries. Batteries (such as lead-acid and lithium) degrade over time and cannot be used heavily every day. Our energy storage machines are energy infrastructure with a 25+ year life – they are very different to the consumable, throwaway batteries that power our phones and laptops. AL: What are the units typically used for? SMG: Our machines are coupled with renewables, diesel generators, the grid – or a combination of all three. Alongside renewables, they remove the problem of intermittency – creating reliable, on-demand green energy. This can then compete with conventional coal and gas generation. Alongside diesel generators, the machines increase efficiency by allowing the generator to run at optimised loads, for a shorter period of time – rather like a hybrid car. By installing renewables alongside generators + storage, fuel costs can be reduced by up to 80% – or removed completely if the generator is no longer required. Machines can also couple directly with the grid – infront of, or behind the meter. This provides flexibility for the grid – alongside energy trading and arbitrage opportunities. redT’s units are designed for use in a wide range of applications, from commercial and industrial scale, up to multi-megawatt grid/utility scale. Our machines are designed for heavy, industrial-scale use – not domestic applications. Our energy storage machines have an asset life of 25+ years, and require minimal maintenance over this time. The system electrolyte never degrades, and should retain its value beyond the life of the asset. To date, we have over 2MWh of machines deployed globally – from an eco-hotel in Johannesburg, to Cornwall’s largest energy storage system. AL: What specific markets and regions are you focusing on? SMG: We’re targeting on-grid connected renewables – largely focusing on the UK, European and Australian markets. We’re utilising our machines to provide multiple “stacked”; services. These increase site owners’ ability to utilise their own renewable generation; and also create opportunities to make additional revenue, by providing balancing services back to the grid. We’re also into off-grid diesel optimisation. Here, we’re targeting Sub-Saharan Africa, remote islands, and mining and resource extraction sites. Pairing our systems with a diesel generator will significantly reduce operational costs for asset owners – which is one of the largest costs for project developers in these regions. AL: What are the benefits of vanadium over other charge-carriers, such as Lithium? SMG: It’s a case of selecting the right technology for your application. Lithium batteries are a good technology – well suited to short duration (less than one-hour discharge), occasional use applications (back-up, or frequency-response). Our energy storage machines are better suited to energy-focused, industrial applications – time-shifting renewable energy for example. Because our technology doesn’t degrade like lithium batteries, our machines can be used for multiple “stacked”; services – which means you can do more with a vanadium-flow machine, without having to worry about it degrading with increased use. AL: What is the competitive landscape like for your technology? SMG: There are a number of companies who are active within the flow-machine space, each having different chemistries and application focuses. We have spent 17 years developing and validating our technology, and we have full confidence in our approach. We are a global market leader for this technology. AL: How can redT’s energy technology help support the UK’s objective of energy independence? SMG: UK energy independence is an important issue that needs to be addressed. We have an abundance of talent and technological expertise in this area, so at a time of heightened political uncertainty, we see our machines playing an increasingly significant role in the UK’s energy security. Recent policy announcements by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and Ofgem have also had a positive effect on the market environment, promoting the use of storage to provide greater flexibility. Our machines could really help increase the amount of grid-connected renewables here in the UK. Without storage, renewable penetration cannot progress, owing to the strain that renewables without storage put on the grid. Storage balances the grid, helping to bring more renewables online. AL: What do you see as the future for the off-grid market? SMG: We believe the off-grid market presents a number of exciting opportunities for us, not only in Africa but also in the Middle East, Asia and Australasia. Given the strong financial case for operators to incorporate our energy storage machines into their off-grid set-ups, we believe that our units are perfectly suited to the off-grid market and particularly beneficial in remote locations. AL: How can readers invest? SMG: We are listed on London’s AIM market (AIM:RED), so people are able to invest by buying shares in redT energy plc. ________________________________________ Let us know your thoughts. New energy is, after all, our favourite subject: andrew@southbankresearch.com. Best, Andrew Lockley Exponential Investor
parsons4
19/10/2017
11:11
I have picked up an article from exponential investor today but its my first shot at copy & paste !! AL: Please can you tell me a bit more about redT energy? SMG: redT energy develops and supplies durable and robust energy storage machines. This is based on proprietary vanadium redox flow technology for on and off-grid applications. This technology is centred around vanadium’s ability to hold different amounts of electrical charge. Pumps and membranes are utilised to separate or bring together differently charged vanadium solutions, charging or discharging electricity. redT products are perfect for storage renewable energy, as they don’t wear out. They earn money for their owners by providing grid services – such as energy trading, frequency response and generating additional revenue by selling electricity back to the local grid. The technology has been developed over the last 17 years and now offers some of the lowest levelised cost of storage units on the market. We believe that levelised cost of storage is the best indicator of the cost of a technology, as it takes into account maintenance and depreciation of the asset, along with other relevant factors. The industry standard of benchmarking pricing using a $/kWh capacity figure does not tell the whole story. We do not manufacture conventional batteries. Batteries (such as lead-acid and lithium) degrade over time and cannot be used heavily every day. Our energy storage machines are energy infrastructure with a 25+ year life – they are very different to the consumable, throwaway batteries that power our phones and laptops.
parsons4
19/10/2017
11:00
Simply closing the gap from late September
dr darkstar
19/10/2017
10:51
philoosh: Its shrodigers cat. If you dont look it has not dropped.
netcurtains
19/10/2017
10:48
So with all this good news and potential business, why is the share price dropping so rapidly again ?
philoosh
18/10/2017
21:46
so will redT
orbital_p
18/10/2017
20:38
Only trouble with that dlg is I'll be dead by 2030.
iglenn
18/10/2017
20:17
redT CEO, Scott McGregor speaks to The Australian's Chris Griffith about the company's launch into the Australian market with the sale of the country's first vanadium/lithium hybrid energy storage system. Against a backdrop of intense political discussions surrounding clean energy targets and soaring domestic energy prices, the subject of energy storage is now a headline topic in Australia, which is a market estimated to be worth AUS $30bn up to 2030.
dlg3
18/10/2017
20:04
18th october 2017 King River's vanadium resource at its Speewah Vanadium Project in Western Australia is the largest in Australia at 4.7 billion tonnes at 0.3% vanadium. The company is currently advancing a vanadium concept study over the Central vanadium deposit of the resource. The major objective of the vanadium concept study is to identify a base framework for a new scoping study into the production and marketability of high purity vanadium pentoxide. This vanadium pentoxide will be used for vanadium electrolyte products used in vanadium redox flow batteries and high purity titanium oxide products used in titanium master alloys. An update of results is expected by the end of October.
dlg3
18/10/2017
18:07
Australia is about the only Triple A rated nation on the planet. This means Australia is awash with cash to burn This means REDt should be able to make a killing here. Especially with an Australian as CEO. There almost certainly will be more orders in no time at all... Well that is my view. I've got cash on it!!
netcurtains
18/10/2017
17:55
you can't generate a reliable income stream from trading, and that's what you need to dump the 9 t 5 work. once you have enough capital you can then invest for the long term to generate increasing income streams and tell the 9 t 5 where to go. that's hard without a convenient tech boom.
pierre oreilly
18/10/2017
17:52
Fairy nuff Ch1ck, suitably admonished!
alchemy
18/10/2017
17:33
Opinions on how people should invest or trade are frequently expressed by someone whose approach works, for now, for themselves. (And might not necessarily continue to work in future). I wouldn't dream of dictating that others would be better off doing what I do. I do what works for me. What suits my own circumstances, my own risk tolerance, my own available capital, my own income requirement, my own personality and my own pleasure. I have no idea if those criteria apply to anyone else - it's none of my business. ;-)
grabster
18/10/2017
16:44
Buy and hold is only a mugs game if you have fallen in love with a share and doggedly look through rose tinted spectacles regardless of changes to a companies trading or prospects. A very good strategy is not to be too greedy and have the discipline to sell half a holding when the price has doubled and let the rest run effectively for free. Sure, you may miss the ten bagger, but a five bagger is still nice! Very often you will see a correlation between RSI peaks and troughs and the share price of a company. Quite often the time not to buy is when sentiment is on the crest of a wave and the RSI is obviously overbought. Here, I await further news patiently....
crystball
18/10/2017
15:39
parsons4 you are wrong, I sold on the way down last time and bought much lower so I did not get so sweaty when it went sub 8p. This time I have sold in batches between 11.6 and 11.8 and will buy back in when I feel it have retraced enough, although I do not feel it will revisit 8p (depending on if that large seller is still about). If I bought back in now I will have 40% more REDT shares than I started out with. Buy and hold is a mugs game .... sorry folks. BTW I believe in the product and company but have been holding shares (other companies in the past)and sat on a paper loss too many times.
tradermel
18/10/2017
13:41
Ch1cks good luck.... your 1 mill is the reason for the drop..try buying them back and see how much you have to pay...
dlg3
18/10/2017
12:48
Great insight into Ch1cks trading, very good reading, thanks for sharing. So basically you have sold over 1 million shares. Interesting. Come on scotty, drop that sales RNS!!!
dogrunner11
18/10/2017
12:37
Alchemy Unfortunately you don't know how I trade. I bought 1.5mill shares at 7 to 8 p. Having sold 3/4 that means I can play these for free and buy in again if they do drop or move in to another area.Generally I think the markets will correct by 20% and I want to be in cash when that happens.I would rather sit on a profit at this stage than wait for more jam tomorrow
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