Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Windar Photonics Plc LSE:WPHO London Ordinary Share GB00BTFR4F17 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 15.25 3,000 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
14.50 16.00 15.25 15.25 15.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 1.19 -1.42 -2.41 8
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:25:21 O 3,000 15.85 GBX

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Windar Photonics Daily Update: Windar Photonics Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WPHO. The last closing price for Windar Photonics was 15.25p.
Windar Photonics Plc has a 4 week average price of 15.25p and a 12 week average price of 15.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 51.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 14.05p.
There are currently 54,151,080 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 14,460 shares. The market capitalisation of Windar Photonics Plc is £8,258,039.70.
bdbd11: Robert, as mentioned yesterday, it is hard to buy. The vast majority is in tight hands who are long term holders who have no interest at all these levels. It would appear the price has had to be marked up significantly to try and shake out some of the shares that would have been bought at low levels over the past couple of months or so. This will no doubt work, however, the volumes were pretty thin lower down, so once those few (we're talking a few dozen holders or so at most)have taken their quick profit, we'll be back to the same scenario.
bdbd11: Hi Lord Orphan. Yes I think you're right, I've got a target of 39 to sell a few. No surprise to see the small pull back today, as we know nothing goes up in a straight line, and i'd see anything in the high teens again as a top up opportunity. On a broader note, I keep getting offered opportunities to invest in 'sustainable energy' type funds. They will likely raise a lot of money and that has to go somewhere! Whether wpho is too much of a minnow though, I don't know.
paddyfool: And there we have it, but they got it away at a good price at least....
pinemartin9: Fortunately don't hold any but there is competition from China for Lidars.
letmepass: Sub 70p a buyer. Hope you arent homeless. Mcap exceeds product even at this price.
pinemartin9: Cash burn too high, uptake of disruptive technology too slow. Competitive space and share dilution. Market cap too high for current sales volumes. Sector dynamics positive and overall growth in wind v strong. Also potential retrofit and repowering market is interesting. Sub 70p I'm a buyer on newsflow. However, I'm put off by the spread and current price. I tried to buy last week at 75p but it wouldn't let me. I'd have had to buy at 77p and could only sell those today at 82p. Sure that would be 6% profit but too risky for me. I want to see higher volumes, lower spread and evidence that they are signing up large long term contracts. Manufacturing costs must be high. Lasers are not cheap either. The long term opportunity here is that they get bought out by an OEM looking to buy an off the shelf product for integration or they sub licence manufacture to an OEM under licence. Thoughts anyone?
pugugly: Up strongly before market open on news of sales http://www.investegate.co.uk/windar-photonics-plc--wpho-/rns/25-lidar-unit-order/201704070700088680B/
lord orphan: Back from the dead. Tipped in the Investors Chronicle WINDAR PHOTONICS Windar Photonics’ (WPHO) business also concerns the movement of air, although it is unlikely you will be familiar with its main product: a sensor placed on top of wind turbines which measures the direction and speed of the wind using a laser beam. But Windar’s LiDAR system – which reduces stress on the turbines’ components and can help generate an extra 4 per cent increase in power – will certainly be on the radar of all wind energy companies and their financiers. Sales are expected to significantly ramp up next year, when broker Edison estimates pre-tax profits will hit €12.7m (£9.1m), translating to 26¢ (19p) earnings per share. At 123.5p, that puts the shares on 7 times 2016 forecast earnings. It’s early days, but such a clearly disruptive (and patented) technology offers huge upside, beyond the early gains on the 100p listing price. Buy. Windar’s LiDAR system will certainly be on the radar of all wind energy companies and their financiers”
jumbone: 83.63% shares LOCKED IN FOR 18 MONTHS Only 6.2478 mill can be traded for the next 18 months. That gives a HUGE opportunity to multiply the investment several fold Shareholder post-IPO lock-ins – potential stock overhang. Shareholders representing approximately 83.63% of issued share capital have undertaken, save in limited circumstances or with the prior consent of the company and the Nomad, not to dispose of shares for a period of one year and for a further six months to sell through the Nomad. http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/?ACT=18&ID=14081
jumbone: Windar Photonics plc is a technology group that has developed a cost efficient and innovative Light Detection and Ranging ("LIDAR") wind sensor for use on electricity generating wind turbines. LIDAR wind sensors in general are designed to remotely measure wind speed and direction. The Company was incorporated on 6 May 2014 and owns 100 per cent. of the ordinary share capital of Windar Photonics A/S and Windar Photonics Inc. (together the "Group"). The Group's key product is the WindEye™ Sensor which measures wind direction and wind speed by scanning a laser beam ahead of a wind turbine. WindEye™ Sensor was designed for the general optimisation of wind turbines. Based on the Group's testing, it has proven possible for the WindEye™ Sensor to increase the power output of a wind turbine by approximately one to three per cent. and further reduce strain on vital components of the wind turbine. The WindEye™ Sensor has been designed to have a multi-year lifecycle with limited maintenance other than the replacement of the light source every two years. Due to the use of a semi-conductor laser, the Directors believe that the Company is able to offer the WindEye™ Sensor at a lower cost compared to competing products whilst still retaining an attractive margin. The WindEye™ Sensor was released for commercial sale at the end of 2013 and, in the nine months ended 30 September 2014, the Group achieved revenue of DKK 5.9 million (EUR 792,370) from delivery of WindEye™ Sensors for installation to a combination of wind park operators and OEMs. The Directors anticipate significant growth in future order volumes. Initially, existing wind park operators (the Retrofit Market) are expected to constitute the majority of Windar's orders before being overtaken by those from turbine manufacturers (the OEM Market), who typically have to validate the product and carry out in-depth assessment of the supply chain. As China is a global leader in terms of cumulative installed wind capacity, the Retrofit Market potential in China is a key market for the Group. The Directors foresee a positive trading outlook for the Company in 2015 building on the successful testing and sales of the WindEye™ Sensor in 2014. The Chinese Retrofit Market is a key target area for revenue growth in the near term where the Directors aim to capitalise on new and existing sales channels. The Group is also committed to the development of new technologies for use in LIDAR wind sensors and will seek to complement and expand on its existing product offering where appropriate. The Group's main country of operation is in Denmark. Shareholding Pattern: Company Website:hxxp://investor.windarphotonics.com Admission Document: hxxp://investor.windarphotonics.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Windar-Photoncs-plc-Introduction-and-Admission-to-AIM.pdf Selected slides from Investor Presentation: Selected Market Data: Pre Admission Sales: The WindEye™ Sensor was released for commercial sale at the end of 2013 and, in the nine months ended 30 September 2014, Windar Photonics achieved revenue of DKK 5,879,000 (EUR 788,962) from delivery of WindEye™ Sensors for installation to a combination of Wind Park Operators and OEMs. The Directors anticipate significant growth in future order volumes. Pre Admission Customers: Americas Windar Photonics has supplied LIDAR systems to two of the top 23 Wind Park Operators in the Americas as at December 2014. EMEA Windar Photonics has supplied LIDAR systems to three of the top 17 Wind Park Operators in EMEA as at December 2014. Asia Windar Photonics, via its distribution partners, has supplied LIDAR systems to four of the top 23Wind Park Operators in Asia as at December 2014. OEMs Windar Photonics and its distributors have suppliedWindEye™ Sensors to four of the top ten OEMs in the world. Major Advantage # 1 : LOW Price Major Advantage # 2 : No moving Parts , so long product life & low maintenance An estimated product life of 20 YEARS Major Advantage # 3: Global footprint. Wind turbines being worldwide, Windar also has a global footprint. With offices in UK, Denmark, 2 offices in US, In Toronto, Canada, Brazil, and in China Major Advantage # 4: Alliances and partnerships 6 out of the top 10 wind turbine manufacturers already use WindEye, the Windar's LIDAR Windar has established partnerships with the biggest wind farm operators in the world. Major Advantage # 5: Widar's target market Windar is targeting both the replacement sector & the OEM sector and are adapting their sales strategy based on local needs. Major Advantage # 6: WindEye sales are ind ependent of Energy prices Being extremely cost effective, and 70% less than competition, producing 3% additional power and reducing wind turbine wear by 12 % If Energy Prices Go down... The wind energy producers would want to produce more out of their existing facilities If Energy prices Go up -- the wind energy producers would demand more efficiency and trouble free operations from their existing facilities So in both cases windar's market grows up
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