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|EDF do pop in and take a peak here, just need a contract off you boy,s, come on make it a full house, you do not want to be left behind !!|
|Do not forget these storage machines have a 25 year life, unlike lithium with its 7 to 10 years if you are lucky !!!!!|
|HOLD TIGHT THIS COULD BE THE RIDE OF YOUR LIVES
Do your own research, that should go without saying...|
|that is just one contract, Jabil aim to take this and mass produce REDT,s storage machines around the world!!!!|
|If 344MW of storage was to be worth $263 million then when the letter of intent for 490MW is turned into a firm contract it will be worth $374 million...........I do not think the market cap will be £50 million.....|
|STATIONARY ENERGY STORAGE MARKET ESTIMATED TO BE WORTH AROUND $150 BILLION|
|Hope Scott and the team are enjoying thier bank holiday, getting refreshed for a punishing few months ahead, lets get that mass production moving...|
|I was thinking remote monitoring about £1 a day dogrunner11, so that would be £10 million a year on monitoring cost, just for a small portion of the South African telecom market....
This will be more that tranformational for REDT... this will be reflected in the share price, I personally think and have always said it, this will do a Pace Micro !!!!|
|dogrunner11 do not forget centrica !!!!|
|Tim Barrs, who leads energy storage sales under the firm’s British Gas brand, says non-domestic users looking to shift loads away from peak price periods and monetise assets via grid balancing services should plan their investments now to beat the rush.
|Add that our next generation product (Gen3) has a target price of $300kWh, Lithium certainly won't fall as much in % terms over same period meaning our product will be much more cost effective and put our product in the frame for many more tenders etc worldwide.
If we value mining companies based on their future potential without generating any profits today, some near a billion, we today have all that potential for future growth, today we have a pipeline of around £250 million without a sales team that is currently being recruited to push sales. Not to mention a near on signed deal for €6.5 million plus Letter of Intent: Signed with a UK energy project developer with potential 490MW of grid connected sites
Final thought, UK Government are determined to give our energy storage a kick-start, making sure our technology makes strides into this huge new market place, they are aware we have the best technology, recent announcement of funding of over quarter billion as I posted other night. Smart investors indeed are moving in here, choosing a stock with vast amounts of potential, this has that in abundance, once in a generation opportunity if it’s allowed to prosper although with all that potential I suspect a major player will make a move sooner rather then later.
One to hold IMO, it could well be a life changing investment.|
|A compelling investment opportunity?
Anyone investing in aim is purely for future potential of companies, we hope that the company we choose will be the next Ebay, amazon, Apple etc, sure some are here for a profit making business or pretend profit is sanity and all that, but reality is companies are in this casino for a reason, they have potential and need raise capital to realise it. Rewards can be exponential likewise so can losses, chose your investment wisely.
What we have here is a technology stock, it should be valued as such. We have a new product that is being bought to market, a new market place that didn't really exist until now and is expected to be worth £192 billion, source below, readily available on a quick google search also from many reputable sources, Goldman’s etc.
Redt have a flow battery solution that as far as we know is cheapest in market place with an entry price of $490kWh, nobody else within this very small market place has refuted our claim and none of those have a published price which really is a telling story. We have competition from Lithium that is around $350kWh but degrades rapidly and lasts for less then a third of our battery life with additional costs to dispose of at end of life. Our product on the other hand has a residual value of around a third and is fully recyclable.
Lithium will last say 7 years used daily degrading on the way significantly, flow battery will last 25 years easily, change a pump and a few other parts it will last 40 years or more.
In short our product has lowest total cost of ownership and does not degrade like lithium. There's other added benefits of being able to deep cycle twice daily or more without any impact on performance. It is also cheaper then Lithium to add additional hours of energy as we only require more liquid, and larger tanks of course.
So where are we today? We have had a seeding unit scheme completed with some large large clients, namely e.on who have tested one in U.K. With JB Wheaton. E.on have just announced their entry into U.K. Energy storage market (source below), having had experience with our product for some 12 months they will now hopefully start pushing our product to their commercial customer base and indeed hopefully their own wind and solar installations.
|Rise here nearly made up for my triad loss - but not quite... ;-(|
|Spoole ? Lol|
|Nothing in quantity available to buy, couple grand at best.|
|Dlg, you are slacking!
I read header and only see e.on, no mention of centrica!|
|ok - but it is true|
|What an absolutely childish buzz. Mad|
|Did I say....I'm a millionaire. Yeehaa.|
|By the way. Vimto is for dyslexic drunkards.|
|Is anyone here a millionaire.?|
|Crack it open bobby and read the accounts, it's all there!|
|Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.|