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Fri, 27th May 2016
Inspirit Energy Holdings PLC (LON:INSP), has designed a micro combined heat and power (mCHP)...
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Fri, 27th May 2016
Inspirit Energy Holdings PLC (LON:INSP), has designed a micro combined heat and power (mCHP) boiler, that not only heats the home, but also produces up to 3kW of electricity. John Gunn, chief executive, tells Proactive Investors: “Today we are pleased to say that the product is ready to go out into the market.” The company is manufacturing its first units with partners expected to receive the first boilers later this year. In the first full year of production, Gunn says the company will make between 1,200 and 1,500 boilers, but adds that there is an upcoming e-commerce site allowing the public to buy them in the future.
Inspirit sees early demand for its combined heat and power boiler
Fri, 27th May 2016
Ray Gibbs, chief executive of Haydale Graphene Industries PLC (LON:HAYD), says the new joint development with the Flowtite Technology, which is part of the Saudi Arabian Amiantit Company, “is not a small deal. It potentially has significant upside for our business but it will take a little while to come to fruition.” The Saudi Arabian company is the world’s largest manufacturer of sewerage and water pipes and needs Haydale’s proprietary secret source to toughen up its pipes so they don’t fracture. Gibbs is confident his company will prove its technology in this application by 2017.
Haydale Graphene allied with another global best-in-class partner
Fri, 27th May 2016
Lambros Anagnostopoulos, chief executive of Secure Property Development & Investment Plc (LON:SPDI), says the property developer is more than ever committed to south-eastern Europe. “We still believe that there are many potential, good opportunities in the region and we are looking to expand by acquiring more assets.” SPDI has half a million euros to support its growth strategy after selling its Linda Residences property portfolio in East Bucharest. Lambros is especially keen on the Romanian capital saying it has virtually no unemployment, a thriving economy with standards of living and average salaries “galloping over the past few years.” The chief says the economy there provides returns on investments with average income yields of 8-8.5%.
SPDI CEO on income yield opportunities in burgeoning Bucharest
Fri, 27th May 2016
Jan Nelson, chief executive of Xtract Resources PLC (LON:XTR), says the sale of the Manica gold project in Mozambique will enable the execution of a transforming deal. “Now I have the ability with the cash that I’ve got to go and buy something that is in production, that doesn’t need us to go and build a plant, that is producing straight away and with no dilution to shareholders.” Nelson is duplicating the model of recycling assets that helped the transition of Pan African Resources plc (LON:PAF) where he was chief executive for seven years. In terms of Xtract Nelson says, “I have got commitment from certain funders that will put in significantly more money into the company for us to pursue assets that will transform the company.” He can’t talk to Proactive about this yet but did reveal, “There’s some exciting stuff coming on the radar screen.”
Xtract Resources hunting for transformational deals post Manica sale
Fri, 27th May 2016
LED light designer and manufacturer PhotonStar LED Group PLC (LON:PSL) is moving into the Internet of Things space as well as continuing with its next generation lighting. James McKenzie, chief executive, tells Proactive Investors the company has developed “a really advanced next generation IoT platform”. He says the next few quarters are “about getting the trials completed installed” and “really demonstrating benefits to customers”, followed by a large roll-out.
PhotonStar developing an advanced IoT platform, says chief
Fri, 27th May 2016
Julian Jessop, Chief Global Economist from Capital Economics says the recent uptick in the price of oil could be beneficial for energy industry players. The ideal scenario he says would be if prices settle between US$45 to US$60 in the next few years which is “high enough to ease some of the pressure on producers. It means the big oil companies will continue to invest and they won’t go bankrupt.” The price of oil hit the psychologically important US$50 a barrel for the first time this year and according to Jessop the team at Capital Economics see prices recovering to US$60 and 'maybe' back towards US$70 over the rest of the decade. “Over the remainder of this year,“ Jessop says, “I think the risks might actually be on the downside.”
Capital Economics’ Jessop on goldilocks ‘not too high, not too low’ oil price
Fri, 27th May 2016
Ajay Paliwal, strategy director of Indian power generator OPG Power Ventures PLC (LON:OPG), tells Proactive Investors the company has had an “incredible year, starting with the capacity that we have on stream now”. OPG has gone from 270Mw to 750Mw in the last year, he says, which has made a “huge transformation” in the business. In a trading update, the company noted that two months into the current financial year it is seeing greater revenue visibility, and Paliwal says “the fantastic thing about being a shareholder in this company today is that we are now generating and deploying cash.” OPG also announced it is to start paying dividends and the strategy director says “the outlook is very much for good, solid growth” in the coming years, with an “ethos of wanting to be and continuing to be profitable in everything that we do.”
OPG focused on “good, solid growth” after an “incredible year” in 2015
Thu, 26th May 2016
Andy Hasoon, chairman of business growth accelerator Milamber Ventures PLC (ISDX:MLVP), says the company’s aim is to help early stage companies crack America. Hasoon offers a simple explanation as to what a ‘business accelerator’ actually is - “What we like to do is get people customers. Paying customers that have strategic help and relationships with those companies that we’re supporting, and therefore help them grow.” “In the education and technology world, the best place to sell to is the US publishers…Milamber ambassadors open up doors to be able to help our portfolio companies do business with America.”
Milamber Ventures helps UK companies crack America, says chair
Thu, 26th May 2016
The UK shale gas sector received a shot in the arm this week with the approval of Third Energy’s planning application for a fracking programme in North Yorkshire. Steve Bowler, chief executive of IGas Energy Plc (LON:IGAS), says he is “very pleased that North Yorkshire County Council have recognised that it [fracking] is something that can be done safely and in an environmentally responsible manner”. IGas expects final determination of its own planning application for the Springs Road project (part of PEDL 140), in the Bowland basin, during the third quarter of this year. The company has also submitted a planning application for the Tinker Lane project to Nottinghamshire County Council this month. IGas has also completed “a 3D seismic acquisition” at the end of 2015, and Bowler says the company is “very active” and “on track with all of our operations”.
IGas chief “very pleased” with North Yorkshire fracking decision
Thu, 26th May 2016
John Peters, chief executive of Strategic Minerals PLC (LON:SML), says the value of the Redmoor project, which the company announced it had acquired a stake in on Thursday, could “go through the roof” if the tin market picks up. The minerals production and development company has provisionally agreed to take an interest in the tin/tungsten project in Cornwall, acquiring it from Aussie firm New Age Exploration Limited. Peters tells Proactive Investors the project has been “developed to a point where further testing should show the size and quality of the core material and that should in fact expand what’s there already, so there’s value to be added just by doing that.” He says the tin/tungsten market is “interesting”, adding that “tin at the moment is looking fairly well like it is starting to get towards a period where it might start to upswing”.
Strategic Minerals CEO: Redmoor project value could “go through the roof”
Thu, 26th May 2016
Glen Parsons, chief executive of Mariana Resources Ltd (LON:MARL), says the Hot Maden project in Turkey is “something that is very high grade and the grade is close to surface, so it has a quick payback in terms of cash flow.” Parsons says the project is being fast tracked by both Mariana and joint venture partner Lidya. Metallurgical studies are underway as is the resource upgrade with the milestone Preliminary Economic Assessment on target for the end of September. The chief is very excited about the project saying the partnership is striving for production in early 2019.
Mariana Resources striving for 2019 production at Hot Maden
Thu, 26th May 2016
Christian Schaffalitzky, managing director of Eurasia Mining PLC (LON:EUA) says the company has “got its skates on” after it farmed out the mining of its West Kytlim alluvial platinum deposit in the Urals to local Russian firm SKRS. SKRS will be responsible for construction and processing ore from the Malaya Sosnovka sub-area at West Kytlim in return for a 70% share of revenue. The MD says the company has wanted to start mining in West Kytlim “for some time” but was unwilling to raise equity. He adds Eurasia was “very fortunate” it had a number of options with contractors and now believes the company has “broken the dam that was holding back a lot of work that has been running concurrently and now we are starting to see the results of all of that”.
Eurasia Mining “has its skates on” at West Kytlim, says MD