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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sanditon Investment Trust Plc LSE:SIT London Ordinary Share GB00BMPHJ807 ORD �0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 90.00 88.00 92.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 0.7 0.4 0.7 132.4 45

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24/7/2008
11:50
http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/Columnists/GuestColumnists/article/20080723/cfc4f90a-588f-11dd-9f48-0015171400aa/Renewable-energy.jsp
babylon3
16/7/2008
17:19
is it just me or was the last order announcement just a rewording of one earlier about a large italian order? the rns doesnt say that its a new contract just that its using a different product. the drop is justified in my opinion now that they are not making enough margin on the sales to cover all expenses and every year need new shares issued to cover working capital it shouldn't have a mcap of £63m. with the economy slowing down even with high energy costs businesses may not have enough spare cash to invest in solar products that they could before, more for pr than the actual energy savings, so more contracts may become harder to get. read about some product that M.I.T have developed that can be used in the building of windows to focus the suns energy hitting the windows onto the solar collectors along the edges making it much more efficient, now if sit could get a contract to install that along with a roof it would be a much more attractive company, should be out in 4 years though
motoben
16/7/2008
10:59
Don't know - but is a bit of a wind up.... Starting to wonder if I have backed the wrong horse in this sector.
babylon3
15/7/2008
23:43
why the sudden plunge in sp?
wins71
10/7/2008
07:22
Product Launch (Solar Integratedtech) RNS Number : 7309Y Solar Integrated Technologies Inc 10 July 2008 SOLAR INTEGRATED EXPANDS PRODUCT OFFERING WITH LAUNCH OF METAL ROOFING PRODUCT London, UK and Los Angeles, California, July 10, 2008 - Solar Integrated Technologies, Inc. (AIM: SIT.LN), a leading provider of building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) roofing systems, today announces the launch of its new M2* product specifically designed for metal roofing applications. Solar Integrated has received M2* orders totaling more than US$8 million scheduled for delivery in 2008, including an initial order for US$2.4 million from Fiorini Impianti, a major player in the Italian electric utility industry. The M2* product is made of flexible thin film photovoltaic laminates, the same as are used in Solar Integrated's core BIPV product, which are adhered to lightweight metal substrates for easy and rapid installation directly onto metal roofs, carports and other suitable structures. "Our market strategy is to be the trusted solar roofing partner for our customers by providing solar roofing systems that meet their financial, energy, roofing and environmental objectives across their full portfolio of large scale buildings," stated R. Randall MacEwen, President & CEO of Solar Integrated. "The initial interest shown in our M2* product demonstrates the market need for a 'no compromise' approach to solar roofing systems for metal roofing applications." Fiorini Bassi, President of Fiorini Impianti srl, stated: "Solar Integrated's M2* was chosen as it allows us to install a superior photovoltaic system on a metal roof that qualifies for the premium BIPV Feed-in-Tariff in Italy. The system is also simple to incorporate and, importantly, doesn't compromise the roofing integrity. Solar Integrated's M2* was exactly what we were looking for." (For more information about Fiorini Impianti srl, please visit www.versilsolar.com.) Bart van Ouytsel, Vice President Sales & Marketing - Solar Integrated Europe, added: "We are pleased that our innovations to provide the market with high quality integrated solutions have been well accepted by our customers. The Fiorini Impianti project is the first major M2* installation in Italy and there is plenty of potential for additional applications. There is a large addressable market in Europe for our M2* product, particularly in Italy and Spain with an estimated 16 million m² of commercial metal roofs." The typical M2* product configuration will feature two UNI-SOLAR® flexible amorphous silicon photovoltaic laminates with a rated peak output of up to 288 watts adhered to a profiled aluminum-zinc coated steel sheet with a length of 5.6 m, a width of 0.87 m and a sheet thickness of 0.8 mm. With a weight of only 9 kg/m2, the lightweight M2* product is well suited for most metal roofing applications, including new construction, re-roofing and retrofit for flat and contoured roofs, with no additional roofing structural requirements. The M2* is fastened to the metal roof with self-drilling screws and a butyl sealing tape. The M2* product expands Solar Integrated's product portfolio without impacting current production output of the Company's core BIPV product from its Los Angeles manufacturing facility, with initial assembly operations of the M2* at Solar Integrated's European office in Mainz, Germany. UNI-SOLAR® laminates offer superior cost-effective solutions for roofing applications because they are lightweight, durable, flexible, can be integrated directly with building materials, and generate more energy in real world conditions. The laminates are supplied by United Solar Ovonic LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Energy Conversion Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:ENER). About Solar Integrated: Solar Integrated Technologies, Inc. (SIT: AIM.LN) is a Los Angeles-based company that manufactures, designs and installs building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) roofing systems for non-residential, low-slope rooftops. We are a leader in the development of an innovative and proprietary BIPV roofing system that combines flexible thin-film solar modules with a single-ply roofing membrane for large-scale commercial and industrial applications. Our BIPV roofing system enables our customers to transform a traditional rooftop into a value-generating asset. Our proprietary 'no compromise' approach for solar roofing is fundamental to our vision of BIPV solutions. Unlike typical after-market solar panel providers, we provide an integrated BIPV roofing system that meets the customer's energy, environmental and roofing requirements. Our lightweight, flexible and durable product typically forms the top layer of the customer's roof with no additional roofing penetrations, thereby preserving the roof's structural integrity and aesthetics, while also delivering the full benefits from electric generation through clean, secure natural sunlight. Our customers include Audi, Carrefour, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Frito-Lay, Honeywell, IKEA, Lidl, Metro, ProLogis, San Diego Unified School District, Tesco, Toyota, Unibail-Rodamco, UPC Energy, UPC Solar, U.S. Air Force, U.S. GSA, U.S. Navy and Westfield. For more information, please visit www.solarintegrated.com. For more information, please contact: Solar Integrated Investor Contacts: Solar Integrated Technologies, Solar Integrated Technologies, Inc Inc John M. Palumbo R. Randall MacEwen Chief Financial Officer President & Chief Executive Los Angeles, California, USA Officer +1.562.299.0121 Los Angeles, California, USA +1.562.299.0136 KBC Peel Hunt Ltd. Mirabaud Securities Limited Nominated Advisor and Joint-Broker Joint-Broker Peter Krens or Kim Richardson Jonathan Marren or Oliver +44.20.7878.3362 Stratton +44.20.7418.8900 Solar Integrated Media Contacts: Pelham Public Relations Chelsea Hayes or Robert Koh +44. 20.7743.6675 Thinking Integrated. Building Integrated. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END MSCILFEEDDIAIIT
waldron
23/6/2008
15:42
http://www.solarintegrated.com/PR_Connecticut_School_08.html
babylon3
23/6/2008
15:41
http://www.solarintegrated.com/PDF/SIT_Jefferies_Inv_pres.pdf
babylon3
23/6/2008
09:23
Finally some action....
babylon3
22/6/2008
16:13
Tipped in the Telegraph today: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/investing-and-markets/tips-and-tactics/article.html?in_article_id=443430&in_page_id=23&ct=5 rik
rik shaw
20/6/2008
16:30
Anyone going to the AGM?
bert brokers
19/6/2008
18:42
mmm...is it me, or does revenue not seem to be that outstanding given we are 6 months through the year? Last year was $80 mil or so. Any thoughts?
bert brokers
17/6/2008
16:08
Everyone wants to see the next lot of results - if the profit is right the move won't be slight, LL
learntlesson
12/6/2008
10:25
Not one single trade on this news......
entini
10/6/2008
16:24
Would appear to be some big sells today.....
babylon3
23/5/2008
16:12
Come on you git... move!
bert brokers
23/5/2008
09:05
More good news. V.tempted!
entini
21/5/2008
16:32
OK, that wasn't the sort of movement I was looking for! I guess what we really need now is profit, and continued growth. Not much to hope for then...
bert brokers
19/5/2008
17:32
maybe..solarFUN!? up 12% today & 90% in a month highlighted by CNBC pm..
the white house
19/5/2008
16:10
OK, so we just need some sort of 6 year deal to get this sucker moving like SOLA. Hope this generates as much interest one day!
bert brokers
14/5/2008
16:19
Nice indeed.
babylon3
14/5/2008
16:09
and rom and pvcs
asparks
14/5/2008
16:03
Nice rise. Solar stocks seem to be flavour of the day with sola and pflm.
bert brokers
14/5/2008
13:43
I was in these about last year, made some money but got slightly burnt on the way down. I think the time has about come to invest again.
cyberbub
14/5/2008
11:00
Bert brokers That they rely on only one supplier!
smokey 1o3
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