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|This lot have put out a 18.7p target price for AEG which is amusing as we seem to be
struggling to even get above 3p but still I guess when this gets noticed and turns there will be good upside to come.
The news is STRONGLY POSITIVE for the company stock, as this financing is a milestone in a further commercialization of the innovative CoalSwitch technology. Building of an industrial-scale CoalSwitch plant will enable testing of the CoalSwitch product at industrial-scale power plants, which will spur construction of similar or larger scale plants around the world, including in the USA, Canada, Europe and Asia. Additionally, the development of a CoalSwitch technology will significantly enhance the value of the Company‟s Canadian JV on timber management of 108,000 ha of forests in Alberta, Western Canada. Thus, we reiterate our target price of USD 0.234 per share (GBp 18.7), implying a significant upside to the current market price"|
|Not sure why they keep pushing up the offer. I'm getting still under 3p to buy
despite the monitor showing 2.9-3.3p|
|Lucky people getting in at 2.8p at open, should be up a lot more than this, think
that mm is selling last lines of overhang|
|Hopefully sentiment will change over time as real progress is made. A loan into Coalswitch is obviously a good result.|
|Catherine McKenna @cathmckenna 4h4 hours ago
Catherine McKenna Retweeted The Globe and Mail
Excellent piece. We must work with Indigenous communities to ensure clean, reliable energy to all.Catherine McKenna added,
The Globe and Mail @globeandmail
The push to end energy poverty in indigenous communities hxxp://trib.al/kFk2EU7
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@cathmckenna @globeandmail AEG have been trying to invest US$56.4m in just such a project for nearly two years in Alberta. Imminent we hope.
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Active Energy powers through with CoalSwitch consolidation
07:49 24 Nov 2016
The company first announced plans to issue shares to its major investor and its CoalSwitch joint venture partners at the end of October
a pile of coal
Active wants to make the most of the energy industry's move away from coal
Active Energy Group PLC (LON:AEG) has confirmed that it has consolidated its innovative CoalSwitch joint venture into the company through the issue of shares, while its major shareholder has also lifted its stake in the energy and timber processing firm.
As flagged at the end of last month, long-term supporter Gravendonck Private Foundation has converted US$1.4mln of existing debt in the company into equity, through the issue of 42.4mln shares at 2.65p.
That takes Gravendonck’s holding in Active to 27.27%, while it strengthens the firm’s balance sheet and reduces interest costs by around US$210,000 per annum.
As was also announced on 31 October, AEG’s joint venture with Biomass Energy Enhancements LLC (BEE) – formed specifically to develop the CoalSwitch technology towards commercialisation – is to be consolidated within Active.
BEE shareholders will sell their shares in the company to Active in return for 29.3mln AEG shares.
This share exchange will be completed in three tranches according to the development of CoalSwitch, Active said, with this representing the first tranche of shares.
Trident Limited – which has a 15% stake in the JV and originally introduced Active to the CoalSwitch opportunity – has also been issued with 46.3mln shares at 2.65p in return for its holding.
“The transactions which we have executed today align our major shareholder and the key participants in the development of CoalSwitch with AEG investors,” said Active’s chief executive Richard Spinks.
“I believe that their decision to receive equity in our company is testament to their recognition of the significant upside available via commercialisation of the CoalSwitch technology.”
As a result of the consolidation to bring, the joint venture has been terminated.
Active Energy and its partners has been developing an environmentally-friendly process that cleanses raw biomass by removing salts, minerals and other contaminants that harm the atmosphere and damage power plant furnaces.
It means the fuel can then be burned in coal fired power stations, or alongside coal – removing the need for an expensive conversion.
Shares closed slightly lower at 2.65p on Wednesday.|
|frantically pumping away I see hatey.
youll get that big win one day gl|
|6p when this article was printed, now 2.8p to buy
AEG CoalSwitch results a 'game-changer'
By StockMarketWire | Mon, 7th March 2016 - 08:05
Active Energy Group describes results from the burn testing of its AEG CoalSwitch fuel at the University of Utah as 'a game-changer for the power generation industry'.
The University has reported that CoalSwitch's technical and commercial viability for use a standalone fuel - or co-fired in high concentrations with coal in traditional coal-fired power plants - provides significant environmental and commercial advantages to industrial power generators.
The burn testing, conducted at the University's Clean and Secure Energy Institute, evaluated the performance of AEG CoalSwitch fuel in its 100kW pulverised coal combustor, which closely replicates the full-scale facilities utilised in industrial coal-fired power plants around the world.
The testing process compared CoalSwitch burn test performance to that of Illinois Number 6 coal (a typical feedstock used for industrial power generation in the United States), and a CoalSwitch/Illinois coal mix under the same test conditions.
Key findings include:
· CoalSwitch fuel burned at near-identical temperatures to coal
· CoalSwitch fuel burned more efficiently than coal, and produced far less ash
· CoalSwitch fuel burned cleaner than coal, and when co-fired with coal generated less Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) than the coal alone
· Along with reducing the amount of ultrafine particles in the blended fuel, the mineral matter (ash) particle size distribution of CoalSwitch fuel was nearly the same as that for coal
· CoalSwitch fuel was essentially free of both Potassium (K) and Sodium (Na), so combustion did not cause the fouling issues (deposits) that are commonly a barrier to the use of Biomass fuels in coal-fired power plants
· The CoalSwitch/coal blend had a lower Loss on Ignition than the pure coal, leaving far less unburned carbon in the ash, demonstrating far better combustion of coal when CoalSwitch is present
Richard Spinks, CEO of Active Energy Group Plc, commented: "The results of the CoalSwitch testing prove that the Group's faith in the technology and our investment in it over the past twelve months were fully justified; and demonstrate that, for the first time to our knowledge, the glass wall between coal and Biomass usage within existing power generation plants has been shattered."
"They confirm that CoalSwitch fuel represents a game-changer for the power generation industry, and delivers significant financial and environmental benefits over current Biomass fuel solutions. "
"We are currently preparing a more detailed RNS Reach announcement, which is expected to be available later today."
At 8:05am: (LON:AEG) Active Energy Group share price was +0.5p at 6p|
|Once the market sees the potential of coalswitch I'm sure you will not see the
shares below 5p
Buyers all over atm|
Opinion: No Opinion
View Thread (3)RE: SuspensionSun 21:07I actually do believe MRS will trade at 30p or higher in 2017.
But for now we have to take the pain before the gain. The shortfall with the MRS contracts might have caused a cash flow problem with main business. Remember the rest of the group is "thriving" but that means high working capital so
you cannot rule out another funding first. Perhaps the bank Westpac that seems to support MRS can step in and offer a overdraft facility instead. Would much prefer that than any more dilution.|
|Avoid like the plaque he has had more suspended stocks than every poster on Advfn|
|For any none LSE readers this tweet was posted today by Ceo.
RGS @RGSAEG 2h2 hours ago
@UtahEnergy Congratulations to SLC #Utah CoalSwitch Team on successful Ball Mill Test! Well done, you've achieved all your goals, deservedly|
|great research point for newcomers
|Doing further research on AEG as i tend to dip my toe in ,then research further. looking at coalswitch patents they could be massive . coal fired energy generators are all over coalswitch
AEG's CoalSwitch has developed an environmentally-friendly process that cleanses raw timber biomass by removing salts, minerals and other contaminants that harm the atmosphere and damage power plant furnaces.
It can then be used by thermal power stations as a cheaper alternative to clean coal conversion.
major pluses are it reduces emissions and emission quotas and is complemented by AEG's other businesses.
the is a great entry point and i'm very happy to be a part of the journey , i have no renewable energy stocks. i was always looking for the right one. I feel its oversold and has been overlooked in 2016 for the good work that it has done.
turnover of £16.5m last year which underpins somewhat and a market cap of £18m . projections are saying that will increase as they ramp up production to increase output capacity by 33% to approximately 4,000 tonnes per day by Q4 2016|
|perky today ...|
|With a bit of solid news on the trading front this could be a bit of a coiled spring. Can't see any further downside here but lots of upside potential. All imo/Stor.|
|Good Afternoon All. Took a position here looks good for a run back up. GLA|
|Good Afternoon All. Took a position here looks good for a run back up. GLA|
|No problem with the buying, 2 million bought Friday and all buys on the main monitor today but mm's not interested in pushing. Must be the only energy stock on the whole sector bumping along at 12 month lows typical everything else flying AFC and PPG good example today|
Excited to see fully automated CoalSwitch plant yesterday and to meet with our talented #Utah team! Observing Ball Mill test at UofU today..|
|Good level for anyone buying 2.4 to 2.7pI think we should be trading at 5p at least with recent newsflow|