Are they available now? Q3 2009 is over.When will Disenco’s m-CHP unit be ready for purchase?
The first commercialised HomePowerPlants are scheduled to be available in the Q3 2009.
You tell em! I'm sure this product is years away from the marketdang, when it comes to financing, you haven't even released a quarterly report since your 2008 annual report. That alone sounds like so many companies that are gung-ho in the beginning and as their ideas don't pan out, they simply begin to flounder and simply eat up the investment money and then the company dies. From your annual report, I see you have had at least $10 million USD committed in fiscal 2009 plus an additional amount of at least 2 million of some form of currency. The symbol does not translate to anything I am aware of but is similar to a Euro symbol. If so, that would translate into an additional nearly $3 million USD with that same investor group with a soft commitment of an additional 9 million Euro(?) by the end of 2010.
Plus there is a 3rd investor that has made a investment goal of 9 million Euro(?) while obviously not seriously in a position to turn that into hard funds at this time.
So, your website is undependable and incomplete and full of fluff?
Don't get me wrong. I enjoy the idea that there are people and companies are working on alternate means to produce energy but so often, we see companies that come out, make a huge deal about their product and many people invest in the product at the research level.
As a means to continue to seek investment funds, we get what we see here;
a website that makes everything sound all rosy yet some of the most basic and important info is either misleading or missing.
If all I see is a pretty picture, it only keeps me interested for a limited time. After that, I need substance. Based on your FAQ's, you provide almost nothing of substance, merely innuendo.
Darn Lucy, you have not even fully answered the questions I asked here. How do you propose keeping people interested if you cannot even allude to a projected cost to operate. Such a simple and basic question yet is has simply been ignored.
Best of luck to you and your company but based on what I see, I don't expect to see your product at my local HVAC distributor anytime soon.
thank you for your support!!You tell em! I'm sure this product is years away from the market
No problem.Our payback times would be completly dependant on the premises that the appliance was installed in.
I am neither a financial analyst nor a business analyst but I did not see anything that looked real promising in those reports.Nap,
You got it wrong. Check out Sedar findings for the latest reports. They just don't want to put them on their website in case it starts a stampede - OUT - like Doug Hunter.
I agree. I was just being subtle.Nap,
The point I'm making is that the latest reports on SEDAR are enough to frighten off any investor. No money in the bank, no product, managed to survive these past years only by dilution, sky high debts and the "bold new face of energy" - the board - changes a lot. Promised investments don't happen, competitors win contracts with a value attached, but Disenco enters into memorandums of understanding with no value. The company is a dog.