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|Institutions have just invested 12mThis is a crazy price|
|Is there a possibility of a takeover? Understand that this is early stage - once the power station/s have had their delivery of CoalSwitch - AEG would be on everyone's radar, for a number of different reasons.|
|Totally wrong price 12m qd raised..no one would have out in money unless they were supremely confident of the shares being substantially higher than the 3.2p exercise price20p target|
|Remember Coalswitch is only one division of AEG.
Revenues are coming in via their AEG WoodFibre division.
From recent TU.
AEG's revenues for this division for the financial year ended 31 December 2016 are anticipated to be lower than the revenues of $24.378 million reported in the 2015 financial year. Despite these lower revenues, the Company expects gross profit to show an increase on a year on year basis.
From last years final results :
Gross profit for the year was $1.985 million|
|Funds also used to pay off short term creditors - less interest payments too, make the balance sheet look even better.Correct me - one understand under construction in utah and number to be built in Asia - serious talks in Canada.Testing has already been done, both in the lab and on small scale energy burns. These plants are for commercial production as per RNS - revenue starts on selling this product.|
|future looks exciting.. surprised the volume isn't higher on this news|
|Interesting RNS - first CoalSwitch commercial plant to be built -|
|Pat's Curse strikes again.|
|This is an interesting read and not a particularly comfortable one for holders,imo.
|I was wrong about that then!|
|What the possibility of this ending on blue, the woodfibre had a small glish due to part of its geographic location - as per statement - CoalSwitch however is going global. With a weak pound, and income streams from around the world, AEG going to get very big.|
|I'm quite excited about AEG.. whats the thoughts out there?
surprised a little bit of selling on the statement. Expecting big things myself with this investment!
10p by the summer|
|My favourite two stocks are spectra and nuog for 2017Spsy tgt 70pNuog 3pThese stocks have all the attributes to motor over the weeks and months ahead|
|That trade sticks out a bit next to the current price of 2.95-3.1p.|
|Hmmmm [email protected]....:-)|
|I suppose this is an elephant in the room :-
14 July 2016
"Solvay shuts down torrefied(also known as black) pellet production.
US-Belgian joint venture failed to commercialise supply of black pellets."
Solvay is a hugely efficient company so it does not bode too well for AEG.
Although,from the same report,
"Despite this, companies such as Netherlands-based Blackwood has conducted two test firings of its torrified pellets in Finnish coal plants, demonstrating there is still life in the market."|
|I share Cottoner's mix of disappointment and hope. I have held these now for a couple of years having first bought in at about 2.4p
Bags of potential in core business and the new ventures. But always gutting to see share price down but market cap considerably up...
A bit more honesty around the softwood line would have been nice - the way RNS flows went it felt as though money was raised for this line twice. Transparency over trading below expectations and working capital demands above expectations at the time would have been helpful. It took the shine off my faith.
Its a big slice of my portfolio though and agree that any real traction will lead to multiples of the current share price.
And I'm a sucker for an ethical technology/energy investment...
Possibly my first investment in AEG will coincide with a very positive news flow allied to vibrant investor demand serving to drive the share price upwards.
We can all dream !|
Well my 2016 selection was rubbish!
Was going to enter it again for this year but decided against , not because I didn't think 2017 would be better but selecting the same stock after it had halved the year before would I thought be pushing it a bit. :-)
The problem with AEG is that I've been optimistic about it for years! - the CEO Richard Spinks tells a good story but the news that will cause AEG to break through always seems to be due - but never quite arrives.
The recent news of major shareholders converting debt to equity is certainly positive and once again RS paints a very rosy picture.
Richard Spinks, Chief Executive Officer of Active Energy said: "I am delighted to report that Gravendonck, our long-term supporter and major shareholder, has elected to gain further exposure to the Active Energy growth strategy through the conversion of outstanding debt to equity. Not only does this further strengthen our balance sheet, but it sends a clear signal to the market that the Active Energy investment proposition is gaining momentum. With profitability targeted across all three divisions by the end of 2017, and a highly active year anticipated with the commercialisation of AEG's revolutionary CoalSwitch product, which can be mixed at any ratio with coal, or completely replace coal in existing coal powered fire stations globally without the need for expensive retrofitting - the value accretion potential for investors is clearly evident."
As always with AEG - news is due in several fronts,however Coalswitch IMO is AEG's biggest prize possession.
IF Coalswitch does get a foot in the door and becomes an accepted alternative to or a use alongside coal then obviously AEG will be worth multiples of today's value.
I'm forever hopeful and still hold but I'm past recommending them as they have been a disappointment so far.|
|My tip of the year|
I have followed AEG since you selected it in my 100% 2016 competition.
Hopefully the timing of my purchases leaves some leeway to achieve a measure of profitability.
How do you currently view their prospects ?|
|tevita - any chance of any facts about AEG.|