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
  -0.25p -3.62% 6.65p 6.50p 6.80p 6.90p 6.65p 6.90p 868,547 09:42:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 9.2 -4.9 -1.0 - 47.83

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/5/2018
10:30
Profit at 1000 unitsSay 2.5 millionI've gone on from there . In my own mind .. attend. ! Any reaction to the breakeven figure? I don't know what a mega order would look like nor how to translate to watts kilowatts megawatts gigawatts. Nor tanks per container Next PEs earnings per share etc.
alchemy
24/5/2018
10:21
Costs 2.8 million.Number of shares 800,000 on first iteration.Margin 20 per cent.Price per tank? Well I had it down as 55k , so at Gen3 reduction it's 27.5k.That's a margin per unit of 5.5k Breakeven at 510 units.
alchemy
24/5/2018
10:02
Why not repost the relevant post? Every post i've written on here has been correct. You may have to repost the posts before my posts to see the context. If you do that then i may reply further, but otherwise i'll leave the last word to you.
pierre oreilly
24/5/2018
09:55
Pierre what lying technique? Didn't you come on here two years ago and start posting that car batteries were a far cheaper way of storing the energy and that REDT's battery tech wasn't going to make it any time soon, if ever???
troutisout
24/5/2018
09:49
wenski, you'll have to try your lying technique on others to get the fight you want. Why me, i have no idea. When the whole board was against you, i supported some aspects of your bearish posts which were factually correct. The only support you got. oh well, such is life.
pierre oreilly
24/5/2018
09:34
Maybe Halfords can get in the energy game, they seem to have loads of car batteries sitting around going flat by the time a punter wants one in the winter. lol
owenski
24/5/2018
09:33
The worn record. The melody lingers on . Some of it quite sweet.We have references. And empirical evidence boosting our claims. Also that slide saying degradation is more important in long term economic out-turn than efficiency is key. Yes there's some left before lift-0ff.
alchemy
24/5/2018
09:29
I think as Pierre used to point out that car batteries take up less space and are far cheaper. Can you imagine 22MW of REDT batteries, it would be a container park.... That's right isn't it Pierre?
troutisout
24/5/2018
09:14
Following on from this informative and in depth discussion over last couple of days, I've closed out of my small position (just £2k). I would like to thank all the contributors of this thread for all of their reasoned debate on both sides of the argument. GLA and all the best, John
2350220
24/5/2018
09:11
Lithium and established technologies still doing well, VFM is a new and relatively unknown technology, it is an uphill road to sell these systems, Gen 1&2 were trials and seeding systems even though oreally called me a liar for saying such. However time and company evolution tell the correct story. Gen 3 still to be released. As often said, this is a slow story and very early days. Red will be diluting your shares a few times more yet.
owenski
24/5/2018
08:30
The same reason why every car isn't a ford.
pierre oreilly
24/5/2018
08:27
Swedish power company Vattenfall announced this week it has successfully connected 500 BMW i3 batteries to the 228 MW Pen y Cymoedd Wind Farm in South Wales, providing 22 MW of energy storage in what the company believes is the UK's largest co-located onshore wind and battery storage project.How come RED are loosing out ?
morgank
24/5/2018
07:54
Please could you repost any post of mine saying the tech won't work. Tia.You can't, because I've never said that.
pierre oreilly
23/5/2018
22:07
Keep going...🚚
brucie5
23/5/2018
13:43
Spot on Pierre. You are absolutely right!
murdo mcsponge
23/5/2018
12:29
trout, sharholders sanction the general approach the company can take and the directors are paid to work out the details. You and i don't know all the details, only those details they have to legally publish. The difference between you and me is that i know we can't know a great deal about what the company does, and you seem to think you can google all the detailed actions. You can only google the details specified by legal requirements, which is a timy amount of what goes on. I'm afraid if you don't like being very largely in the dark, then don't invest in the stock market. or you could do what dig does and google pointless info like where vaguely related companies have their registered address. We're all in the dark with every company - take it or leave it.
pierre oreilly
23/5/2018
10:11
So £2,715 k costs? 355 plus 59 times 40 ?
alchemy
23/5/2018
10:03
I propose to use a billion shares and then recall with 800000Opex with 60 folk ? I'll take ideas.£355 plus 59 times x . Humour creeping in.
alchemy
23/5/2018
10:01
Ok spreadsheets .How many shares to start modelling ?A round number above the present number?Also. "Bear with" but I'll have to use a P/E ratio at some stage.The thing about a spreadsheet is that it can have all its variables moved. So disagreement about figures amongst us can be handled.It's - The logic is kind of fixed. So any comments on...? :- I'll use price times volume gives turnover.Turnover minus product cost = Margin Margin minus (operating spend (opex) plus overheads) gives profit.Divide by shares to give eps and the by a p/e ...voila!
alchemy
23/5/2018
09:54
Pierre, You seem to have a great opinion on something you don't know a lot about.....As for being sanctioned by shareholders, the specific options and pricing are not sanctioned by shareholders and are very difficult to change..... What p@ is talking about is the options that were due to expire have been carried over on the same terms, that was not sanctioned by shareholders and shows a sleight of hand by the Management. If they hadn't got to a price/outcome where options could be vested then why should they be carried over. They should lapse and a new issue new options should occur, but as p@ says there is a limit to how may they can issue in a year and they wouldn't be able to award as many as previously due to these other options being issued...... In shareholders interests???
troutisout
23/5/2018
09:48
The 3p is my demonstration of what could happen in the future if this moving of the goalposts is repeated.
p@
23/5/2018
09:41
I don't know the details of the options situation. What i do know is that it has been sanctioned by shareholders and that those with the most to lose - the large shareholders/institutions - think it's ok else they would have booted the lot out. I haven't seen any documents about the 3p fund raising you mention, what date is it?
pierre oreilly
23/5/2018
08:54
PO-To move the goal posts on old options (probably to get around the 5% Annual issue limit) says to me they spend more time on how can i get get a perpetual lottery ticket without risk.Will they do the same thing on these options when they raise more money at 3p?
p@
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