Keyword results: Windar Photonics

Windar Photonics – “second volume order”… but what about the financial situation?

LiDAR wind sensor technology company Windar Photonics (WPHO“is pleased to announce that it has received a second volume order under the company’s global distribution agreement with Vestas Wind Systems A/S”. So what of a current more than 4% share price rise to 18p?…

Windar Photonics – emphasises “volume order”… but “global market presence” or balance sheet concern?

LiDAR wind sensor technology company Windar Photonics (WPHO) is “very pleased to report that our efforts over the last couple of years, in partnership with Vestas, are now starting to generate substantial orders”. How substantial and what of a current 13% increased, approaching 20p, share price?…

Windar Photonics – interims state “encouraging project pipeline”, so why the share price decline?...

Previously writing on Windar Photonics (WPHO), in December I concluded that I retained balance sheet concerns and still on the bargepole list. The shares rose significantly earlier this year but have since fallen significantly back again and are currently a further more than 11% lower, at 16p, on the back of half-year results the company argues show an “encouraging project pipeline”.

Windar Photonics – emphasises “particularly strong growth in the second half”… so why further share price decline?...

’Technology group that develops cost-efficient and innovative Light Detection and Ranging optimisation systems for use on electricity generating wind turbines’ Windar Photonics (WPHO) has made an “Issue of Equity & Trading Update”. This includes that second half sales are “expected to represent more than four times the value achieved in the first six months of the year and more than double the comparable period in 2019”… So why have the shares currently responded more than 4% lower, to below 11p?…

Windar Photonics – following delayed 2019 results publication, delayed interims at last published (& guess what)...

Having been apparently unable to publish its 2019 calendar year results until 6:32pm on Friday, today from LiDAR wind sensor company Windar Photonics (WPHO) delayed results for the first half of 2020, though with CEO Jørgen Korsgaard Jensen “very pleased that the company has… managed to reduce the EBITDA loss and substantially improve on operating cash flow performance”. The shares have though responded to 18p, more than 7.5% lower…

Windar Photonics – “pleased to announce” appointment of a new broker. I wonder why...

An “Appointment of Nominated Adviser and Broker” announcement from Windar Photonics (WPHO) – I note following an ‘extension of loan’ announcement towards the end of last month...

Windar Photonics – again “pleased to announce”... but still for how long is its cash sufficient?

“Windar Photonics plc (AIM:WPHO), the technology group that has developed a cost efficient and innovative LiDAR wind sensor for use on electricity generating wind turbines, is pleased to announce that it has renegotiated the terms of its Growth Fund borrowing from the Danish public institution, Vaekstfonden”. This following I previously concluding on Windar including Of course, “to strengthen the company's balance sheet” means ‘to currently keep the lights on’ – so I guess it is pleased in that respect! However, with the “challenging… trading conditions… conversion of the sales pipeline into confirmed orders being particularly slow”, will the new cash really be sufficient for long?...

Windar Photonics – argues “pleased to announce”… but is it really more burying bad news on Election day?

“Windar Photonics plc (AIM:WPHO), the technology group that has developed a cost efficient and innovative LiDAR wind sensor for use on electricity generating wind turbines, is pleased to announce that it has raised £1,407,370 (before expenses) by way of a subscription… at 27.5 pence per share”

Windar Photonics – intra-day (hmmm!) “Auditor Resignation” (uh oh!)…

An intra-day (rarely a good sign) announcement from wind turbines “light detection and ranging optimisation systems” company Windar Photonics (WPHO); “Auditor Resignation” (again rarely a good sign!)…

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Windar Photonics – does “orders from large scale US IPP” announcement merit the 20%+ share price rise?

Shares in wind turbine technology company, Windar Photonics (WPHO) currently trade more than 20% higher, above 100p, on the back of an announcement of “a repeat order for its WindEYE LiDAR wind sensors from a large North American wind farm owner and operator for immediate delivery”

Windar Photonics – a “trading update” extraordinary even by the standards of the bottom of AIM

Having listed on AIM on 30th March this year, wind turbines technology company Windar Photonics (WPHO) announced results on 29th May including that “during the last financial year we have managed to meet our sales targets and are now well positioned in the current financial year, particularly in the Chinese market”. There is now however “a trading update based on the company’s performance during the first five months of 2015” which includes that “the directors anticipate that there will be a material revenue shortfall in this region (Asia) for 2015… this will have a consequentially material adverse effect on the group sales and losses for the current year ending 31 December 2015”. You what? …

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