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
  +0.75p +7.14% 11.25p 11.00p 11.50p 11.25p 10.50p 10.50p 1,921,138 11:51:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 9.2 -4.9 -1.0 - 73.57

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/10/2017
19:54
It was good and is available on the web-site.
alchemy
22/10/2017
19:13
You missed it, it was on a few weeks back
ianous
22/10/2017
18:36
Countryfile in Cornwall on now. Will the Old House be on? or have I missed it whilst being away.
tonsil
22/10/2017
12:15
good read Shavian... “Whilst lithium batteries are able to deliver high power requirements, they can only be used for short periods and their usage must be carefully managed, due to their short life span,” redT says on its website in an October 3 release on the Monash project. “Flow machines, by comparison …have electrolyte that never degrades and are therefore well suited to high-energy applications over many hours, like ‘solar firming’, which involve heavy daily cycling. “Combined, the flow machine can act as the ‘workhorseR17;, doing ~80 per cent of the work each day, whilst the lithium element can be used infrequently to provide the final ~20 per cent of the power requirements,” redT said.
dlg3
22/10/2017
10:08
More on the Monash Uni story. Looking good for RedT. Masterstroke by Scott to involve his old Uni Https://onestepoffthegrid.com.au/monash-uni-begins-solar-battery-storage-microgrid-road-100-renewables/
shavian
22/10/2017
00:11
Please be aware and spread the word you may save a child,s life, I did post a picture the last time I posted on the subject, much to the disgust of some readers, but if it saves a child,s life who really cares !!! button batteries and lithium coin batteries are the small, round, batteries you find in toys, cards, watches, key fobs, calculators, hearing aids and numerous other everyday objects. They appear to be pretty harmless and you would think that if they were swallowed, that they would pass straight through and out the other end. Sadly, this is not the case and hospitals are reporting an increase in life-changing injuries resulting from these innocuous looking culprits. you can read the full story here, it may save a life, please take note.. hTtp://www.mumfidential.com/what-to-do-if-your-child-swallows-a-button-battery/
dlg3
21/10/2017
23:59
This will also extend to lithium storage battery,s Responding to the UK government’s commitment to ban all new petrol and diesel cars and vans from 2040, Mark Dummett, Business and Human Rights Researcher at Amnesty International, said: “This is good news for the environment and for air quality, but drivers should be aware that while electric cars may be green, they’re not always clean. “Our research shows that there is a significant risk of cobalt mined by children and adults in appalling conditions in the Democratic Republic of Congo ending up in the batteries of electric cars. Workers in the DRC, earning as little as one dollar a day and at risk of fatal accidents and illness, must not pay the price for the UK’s shift to electric cars. “Drivers will want to know that their new cars are not linked to the suffering of child labourers in the DRC, but there is a worrying lack of transparency across the car manufacturing industry, with many leading names failing to disclose information about their cobalt supply chains.
dlg3
21/10/2017
23:55
Cobalt on the London Metal Exchange traded at about $32,000 a ton at the end of 2016, up 36 percent from the previous year, and has rallied about 65 percent to more than $56,000 a ton this year. That’s equivalent to more than $25.40 a pound. They’re likely to double in 2017 and may remain above $20 a pound through the end of the decade, CRU’s Spencer said. A typical electric car battery contains 15 kilograms of cobalt, while a laptop needs around 33 grams and a smartphone requires 6 grams, according to Sydney-based project developer Cobalt Blue Holdings Ltd. Congo is under pressure to restrict artisanal mining, including in the cobalt sector, which a 2016 Amnesty International report said has a prevalent use of child labor. Tesla Motors Inc., among the largest consumers, undertook in 2014 to only source the metal from North American miners because of supply-chain concerns. Apple Inc. said in March it had expanded responsible sourcing efforts beyond conflict minerals to include cobalt.
dlg3
21/10/2017
23:43
so that would be 3 REDT containers a concrete slab and one reel of cable and $380 a Kwh... $300 a Kwh if they leased the electrolyte.... A tesla powerwall fitted cost around £500 a Kwh fitted... looks like Tesla could be a tad expensive.... With cobalt and lithium prices set to rocket, looks like Elon Musk has shot himself in the foot...the more cars they produce so increases the demand for lithium and cobalt and up goes the price.....so the price of lithium battery,s will have to increase...the price of lithium has doubled over the last 12 months and cobalt...Cobalt prices have climbed 71 percent so far this year.....wait till production of electric cars starts to really kick in and the prices of those metals will rocket... Chinese set to start mass production of electric cars along with a few others.....metal prices set to boom !!! can lithium and cobalt supply both industries ?? the car and storage??? that remains to be seen...
dlg3
21/10/2017
23:28
the above must include infrastructure costs.... still pretty pricey !! a concrete slab and a few reels of cable...... must be all the air-con and fire suppressant equipment...
dlg3
21/10/2017
23:20
the Tesla battery is costing $3000 a kwh Green Mountain Power wants to build Vermont's second commercial renewable energy storage battery near its solar array in Panton. The $3 million Tesla battery will store about 1 megawatt of power which will come off of the solar array nearby. Batteries don't store power. They store energy. I would presume it is 1 MWh of energy!!! sounds pretty expensive !!!
dlg3
21/10/2017
11:43
This IS great. This Vanadium treat. Last night host at a game of racing demons in Yorkshire Dales mentioned Country File report on storing solar power.
alchemy
21/10/2017
09:19
Bushveld Minerals (BMN) RNS from yesterday....."Whilst the demand for vanadium remains largely anchored in a slow growing steel industry, Bushveld Minerals believes there is a strong potential for imminent significant global vanadium demand surge from the fast-growing energy storage market, particularly through the use and adoption of Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries."
init4themoney
21/10/2017
09:06
The International Energy Agency yesterday revealed around $31 billion (£23.6bn) of investment a year is required to provide universal energy access by 2030, with a majority of it needed for sub-Saharan Africa and renewables.
dlg3
21/10/2017
09:03
Amazon has powered up its largest ever wind farm in Texas. It consists of 100 turbines and is part of the web giant’s target of delivering 100% renewable energy for its data centres. It takes the company’s clean energy projects to 18 across the US, with the firm now generating enough clean electricity to power 330,000 homes every year.
dlg3
20/10/2017
18:02
'Hundreds of millions of units' - even if we made £1 per unit :)
orbital_p
20/10/2017
17:48
i like the quote from the Centrica lady in the video ..'Centrica is keen to work with redt's technology' (owtte)
pierre oreilly
20/10/2017
17:19
that,s the 1 share trade
dlg3
20/10/2017
17:17
Lol Looks like someone forgot the fried rice
dogrunner11
20/10/2017
17:07
good to see bobby and trouty still here..
dlg3
20/10/2017
16:56
They need to get the music sorted out on that vid :)
volsung
20/10/2017
16:50
REDT now released a new video on youtube 20/10/2017 now in the header or link here... htTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euZPgQYHWkE
dlg3
20/10/2017
16:37
"inevitable wobble", nothing is inevitable on AIM, this could go from here straight to £1 or could go to 5p.... you pay your money and hope your research is correct...
dlg3
20/10/2017
16:33
20 trade MM got their Chinese order in, chicken chow-mein......
dlg3
20/10/2017
15:53
I bought back in yesterday in three separate trades and I plan to hold as I hope the inevitable wobble has now passed. I suspect the next couple months will be very interesting.
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