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05:04 28/01/2014
spaceNoodle
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It looks like Nomura has a final say in BKIR share price. When Nomura says it is .30 it becomes .30. Now Nomura says it aint .30. What its gonna be ?

19:19 17/01/2014

what do you guys think?

SP
21:55 10/01/2014

With a positive RNS what potential SP do people think we're looking at here?!?

SP
21:55 10/01/2014

With a positive RNS what potential SP do people think we're looking at here?!?

20:24 02/01/2014

What we looking at here?!!

13:01 20/12/2013
Stephen
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sniz

Infinis & the other companies will eventually realize that their WT designs aren't ideal for cost vs performance.

They will be forced to invest in hurricane proof WTs like these...

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Infinis have 40% of the market share in landfill bio gas & this is a substantial part off their total output.
Infinis runs Calvert landfill-gas plant set up by the very capable Clarke-Energy Ltd engineers. Future projects ?

The ipo money could be used to buy up small companies like Refood Ltd. (Recycle food into gas via anaerobic digestion - sewage too?)

Great potential here.

An On-shore WT costs less to maintain.
An Off-shore WT is subject to more corrosion & the cost is double.
Conclusion: Onshore is more economical
& needs less subsidy from gov ROCs.

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