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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Verditek Plc LSE:VDTK London Ordinary Share GB00BF2C0424 ORD GBP0.0004
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.15 6.12% 2.60 15,972,746 12:20:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.50 2.70 2.60 2.45 2.45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy -2.42 -1.00 9
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:22:02 O 248,400 2.53 GBX

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Verditek Daily Update: Verditek Plc is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VDTK. The last closing price for Verditek was 2.45p.
Verditek Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.90p and a 12 week average price of 1.23p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.23p.
There are currently 341,172,443 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,320,563 shares. The market capitalisation of Verditek Plc is £8,870,483.52.
bobsworth: VDTK make the high efficient lightweight monocrystalline silicon solar panels. They can be 85% plus recycled. Monocrystalline solar panels are made of 3 main components: Monocrystalline cells: Around 85% of the silicon wafers are recycled Glass: Almost 95% of the glass can be reused Metal: 100% of the metal parts are recyclable Reference:
supernumerary: I've read several articles lately on the coming blight of unrecyclable solar panels. Has vdtk ever said anything on the subject?
meijiman: Plenty of room for all sorts of players in this market. It's about having a cost effective robust product and global sales. VDTK may be getting there.
weyweyumfozo: Printed solar panels: Https:// I don't know how the cost compares to VDTK panels, nor how efficient they are, but they are obviously very flexible.
dubois: Stakebuilding in lightweight solar panels provider Verditek (LON: VDTK) has pushed the share price 38.2% higher to 2.35p. John Celaschi has gone from less than 3% to 8.34%. His stake had fallen below 3% in November 2020, when the share price was even lower. Gavin Mayhew has increased his stake from 7.94% to 10.6%. The share price rose 38.2% to 2.35p.
astralvision: I expect the share price to slide down to the 1.5p placing price then gently head towards 1p as vdtk adopt their usual no news position, unless they want to raise cash!Of course, perhaps there's a mega initial roofing order in the wings, let's see.....
astralvision: NHWhat I expect is open, honest, transparent communication.As they've just demonstrated, they are incapable of that.I would expect to be told the current financial position, this is absolutely vital in a small cash hungry business like VDTK. I would expect to be told the sales for the half year. Both these points are within their ability and knowledge. I would also expect to hear some sort of forward looking statement, beyond a vague well placed for commercial growth. They did £100k last year, £150k would be 50% growth, but still less than the corner chippy.When is it expected that the roofing deals will kick in with serious revenue? These aren't hard questions, but I suspect there's a good reason why VDTK are saying nothing.
ddt1455: How can the share price drop by so much with so little trading volume? Are the market makers behind this?
chawkers: What is frustrating is that competitors such as DAS Energy and Sunman are winning projects - DAS just completed a 15,200m2 project for German tool manufacturer Trumpf in Ditzingen. What is clear, however, is that each project has to be adapted for each end customer. Apparently this was the case for IM Efficiency's Solar on Top project which VDTK failed to win. I suspect that VDTK's poor level of automation/panel throughput at their Lainate factory, lack of a/s and inability to custom design panels, lack of dedicated full time sales staff, poor price competitiveness, lack of capital, the physical distance from the CEO based in Thailand to VDTK's Italian factory (has Rob Richards actually left Thailand since he was appointed in April 2020?) have all played a part in VDTK's inability to secure any major projects over the last 18 months. 2-3 months cash is welcome, but I can't see it solving VDTK's fundamental issues.
chawkers: For anybody contemplating taking a punt on VDTK at current bombed out levels I would advise doing your research first and asking the following getmane questions: 1) Who are the founders and BOD of VDTK and what (if any) experience do they have of solar panel production? 2) Why was VDTK originally establushed (as Greenflex) in San Marino and what (if any) connection did this have to evading EU import tariffs? 3) Does VDTK have any patented IP? 4) Listen to major shareholder Paul Harrison's ( ex CEO of Strategic Minerals 2012-14...) vimeo interview and forecasts in June 2020 and correlate with what has subsequently transpired 5) Check out the background of major shareholder Paul Celaschi (ex UBS trader) who sold VDTK stock in Oct 2020 - convicted of betting irregularities by the Jockey Club in 2013 6) Check out the RNS from VDTK's IPO in Aug 2017 to present and correlate with reported revenues 7) Check out predictions & subsequent achievements by CEO Rob Richards since his appointment as CEO in May 2020. 8) Examine VDTK's balance sheet and cash burn. 9) Check out VDTK's website and Twitter feed over the last 12 months and compare to competitors (Solbian/Sunpower). 10) Check out the website of Zero Watts Homes International and the prospective connection with VDTK. If after doing your due diligence, you believe VDTK is a great investment, good luck. But if things don't work out and VDTK are forced into yet another dilutive cash raise which may or may not be successful, then you have nobody to blame but yourself if things don't pan out. Of course, it's perfectly possible that VDTK may extract a rabbit from the hat before they runs out of cash in the next few months and that Cov19 vaccines enable 'normal business' to resume and delayed contracts to be sealed. However, the past 4 years suggest this is an unlikely scenario. Caveat emptor as the old saying goes!Setting up a new business is never easy. Success is never guaranteed even with stellar management, patent protected products ( aka a MOAT) and cash rich investors with deep pockets who can afford to keep the business afloat during troubled times. In the immortal words of Baldrick, all that is needed now is a cunning plan by the CEO and all will be well!
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