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  -0.15 -3.13% 4.65 1,415,062 15:51:06
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Alternative Energy -1.86 -1.00 16
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05/3/2021
08:20
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 4.80p.
Verditek Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.40p and a 12 week average price of 4.21p.
The 1 year high share price is 18.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.98p.
There are currently 341,172,443 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,141,687 shares. The market capitalisation of Verditek Plc is £15,864,518.60.
02/3/2021
11:59
astralvision: The 'base case' presented by the brokers WHIreland was for 20MW of panel sales in 2021.Imo, this is already looking something of a forlorn hope and , in any case, may not even be possible if the sales were there as VDTK simply don't have the funds to finance that level of sales.At 20MW VDTK need to be selling 5MW every quarter. With 'Nul points' on the board so far that looks an uphill struggle. Best scenario is that the existing 1MW of stock is sold bringing in some much needed cash.If some level of sales can be obtained I assume the strategy is to try to ramp the share price up on the back of a few orders and do a placing off the back of that.The cash can then be used to restart/ increase production.Without a few decent contract wins then that avenue is a difficult one.I assume at some point the 'base case' 20MW will be downgraded to something more achievable. At least the comparables will look good this year, as can't get less than zero/minimal sales.Perhaps a more realistic aim for this year is up to 5MW panels sold and another large cash raise, that could be viewed as a success. 5MW would at least confirm there is a market of sorts for the flexible panels at VDTK's price point. Right now that question is open to debate. Nobody is rushing to buy flexible panels, I think VDTK's price point of three times the cost of conventional panels could well be the major sticking point.What do others feel is a realistic target for VDTK thud year?Multiple choice?0 MW5 MW10 MWMore and we're in fantasy land!GLA
01/3/2021
08:20
chawkers: I'd take Zak Mir's projections for VDTK with a pinch of salt. Last year his charts suggested an share price of 28p by Dec 2020! New orders/revenues will drive the SP, nothing else imo.
24/2/2021
12:37
chawkers: Delays may be in the price and yes VDTK may get some orders in the next month or so which may trigger a bounce in the share price, But I still don't think VDTK will win the 1MW+ deals they need to survive. They simply don't have the product, the track record, the balance sheet strength, the in house sales team, the strategic partner or the visionary BOD that they need to translate potential into revenues.
05/2/2021
13:45
nash81: got in VDTK and KIBO today. lets see where share price will be later next week kibo is a new player to green space. vdtk still waiting for new contract
18/1/2021
14:33
yump: fwiw I don't think the share price is going any lower, but I can't get a grip on what I'm buying. The heat has gone out of the share price. If its a bargain at 5p its a bargain at this price, but there's nothing to work on. As I said, I've emailed them last week about technical details, particularly any comparisons with alternative products. No reply yet. I presume the email address: enquiries@verditek.com works, as that's on the website.
14/1/2021
16:58
chawkers: Aja2 Yes you are right VDTK can produce modules at different wattages dependent on client demand. As I understand it, there are different costs attached to different cells. Not all customers need the modules to be IEC1394 certified so VDTK could theoretically sell to a price sensitive customer with a low cost 3rd party cell. The WH Ireland report on Oct 8 suggested that production would shift to 350W in 2021 but ultimately it depends on what specs each customer wants. The channel distributors (Solaren/Solar Shop/Future Solar) are currently selling VDTK's 270W modules but I noticed that DAS are selling 350W modules (through Photonic Universe) so maybe that is where the market is shifting. There is theoretically nothing to stop VDTK buying a 435W n type IBC Maxeon cell and producing a module with high (22.8%) efficiency levels but there would be a trade off on costs. There is always a trade off somewhere - for example VDTK can produce camo panels for military applications but the efficiency levels tend to be quite low.
14/1/2021
13:08
chawkers: It will be interesting to see how the Paragraf JDP develops and how VDTK leverages GIPVs. There are lot of interesting questions. Will Paragraf produce the graphene wafers in house using a foundry and sell the cells direct to VDTK? Will cell production be licensed to traditional SPV makers and will VDTK take a cut of royalties? Will GIPVs be integrated onto Pe PVs to create a super efficient cell? Will VDTK allocate all their production to GIPVs? Will VDTK use the GIPV USP to create their own brand and leverage this to penetrate strategic markets? Will they set up a new company to focus on GIPV cell production similar to Maxeon which was spun out of Sunpower in Aug 2020? What efficiency levels will GIPVs achieve and the $64m question, when will GIPVs be commercialised? Will a SPAC target Paragraf/VDTK's graphene technology? Looking forward to getting answers to some of these questions in the Paragraf JDP update.
14/1/2021
11:28
chawkers: Still seem to be some misconceptions out there about what VDTK does. As discussed many times, VDTK don't own the IP on the cells they use in their current panels! This gives them the flexibility to buy cells in from 3rd parties at different price points to target different markets. They are cell agnostic.They purchase the cells and encase them in a lightweight polymer laminate sandwich which are produced at their factory at Lainate outside Milan.Theoretically they could purchase a high end (24% efficient) Maxeon n-type IBC cell or go for a lower cost alternative. VDTK are currently shifting production from 270W to 350W cells.If the Paragraf JDP reaches full commercialisation (potentially 2022) then VDTK will have access to patented IP in the form of Graphene Integrated panels (GIPVs) which could be cost competitive with high end n type IBC cells. Efficiency levels on GIPVs are believed to currently be around 27-28% but could eventually exceed 30%, putting them on a par with the Perovskite enabled high end cells being produced by Oxford PV. GIPVs are potentially VDTK's USP not their current gen 1 panels.
13/11/2020
11:00
mcfly79: RNS out. Great news that the seller has now sold down. The market has absorbed at least 12m shares from the seller with the share price staying around the placing price. There is clearly demand for the shares. Now he’s stopped selling the share price is moving up. In the absence of the large seller I think the share price would have gone up a fair bit over the past few weeks with the demand from buyers, and all the positive sentiment around green stocks. Makes sense that it will readjust upwards now.
05/11/2020
07:31
rogerramjett: Astral. We speak of delivering their plans but VDTK have not really told us their ambitious plans directly. Now we have had the fund raise there could be several triggers that sets the share price alight. 1. A commercial order for 1Mw or greater 2. An operational update that highlights the interest in the product and the companies expansion plans and why they will need it 3. A positive update from Paragraf I think they will deliver on all 3 of these before Christmas and the share price will be much closer or setting all time highs. Its been a very dark few months but there is now signs of the new dawn arriving. Cash in bank, institution taking 5%, Biden in power is good for green energy, focus will soon return to climate change and global depression, the sector will boom because it can offer a solution to both.
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