Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Active Energy LSE:AEG London Ordinary Share GB00B1YMN108 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025p -0.87% 2.85p 2.75p 2.95p 2.875p 2.85p 2.875p 156,482.00 08:21:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 16.5 -3.7 -0.7 - 22.15

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07/12/2016
08:20
Active Energy Daily Update: Active Energy is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AEG. The last closing price for Active Energy was 2.88p.
Active Energy has a 4 week average price of 2.75p and a 12 week average price of 2.82p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.35p.
There are currently 777,168,659 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 938,565 shares. The market capitalisation of Active Energy is £22,149,306.78.
24/11/2016
11:28
hatey: 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
14/3/2016
01:15
simon templar qc: I don't do along with the "change supplier" argument, what really matters is whether wood chips are carbon neutral or not and according to the US regulator they are not! Now this could have ramifications for all wood chip suppliers to wood chip burning. Is it a coincidence the share price fell on Friday before the report was published? What is there to bet the price will fall today. I bet better than evens. If you read the report carefully what is suggested is its bad news for Drax. I cannot see changing a wood supplier will make any difference at all. What the report in the Mail suggests to me is the conversion to wood chips could blow up big time as wood chips are no longer carbon neutral! Was following the company the last few months but I will not invest now, the risk has increased.
23/9/2015
16:37
bwana4: Garth very true statement but the market never values the share at its true value.Some times it is over valued or under. I could give you a list of companies that are under valued big time at the moment,AMC is one,it has a noose around the share price by Lansted (ESA agreement)it comes to an end at the end of this month. STGR,CPX etc, etc.I hold all these and a lot more. AMC is my largest holding and I have held it for over 5 years. Not the same amount, I had over 1 Million of them.Took profits at 40P/36P.Still hold 600K @ an average of 10.22P. Apologies for O/T but a true fact,AIMHO. I invest and don't expect jam tomorrow. I will top up on AEG if and when I feel comfertable with the share price. I hold over 80k of AEG.I have plenty of dry powder, profit from AMC trades. No advice intended. Always DYOR. ATB to all.
16/6/2015
12:16
nigelmoat: A few trades and the share price down by near on 10%. That's AIM for you. Top up time for me!
08/6/2015
08:34
nigelmoat: Final results for last year released this morning. 75 pages of reading but quick scan looks good with share price creeping higher.
02/6/2015
14:31
nigelmoat: Share price down over 7% today - come on AEG let's have some up dated news of all the good things that are happening.
21/5/2015
11:57
nigelmoat: Following a pull back in the share price over the last week or so, good to see some strong buying interest returning today. More good news on its way? Must be due an update on Canada soon.
30/1/2015
09:41
proactivest: Video interview with CEO Richard Spinks http://tinyurl.com/qesh3zc Richard Spinks, the chief executive of Active Energy (LON:AEG), gives his thoughts on the investigation into its Canadian joint venture, which saw the share price reverse its fortunes of the previous day following news of three bids for the JV. Spinks says the share price reaction is overblown and he welcomes the investigation, seeing it as part of the group’s due diligence process.
27/10/2014
10:20
mathewawood: Ian - My thoughts entirely. I've been a holder since April 2014 when it was just an early potential wood chipper with a few contracts and a war raging in the east and riots in its home port of Odessa. To say the outlook is better now is the understatement of the century. Yet a share price increase of just over 50% doesn't seem right. I have kept an eagle eye on the share trades over this period and there has been a regular pattern of 0-100K buys (Probably PI's like us) followed by a 100K-250K sell. This has been keeping the price down. Who the seller is I don't know. I'm sure there is nothing sinister going on and the seller is selling for the usual reasons (portfolio management on a rising share price). I'm cautious like you and have learnt in life, that if it looks too good to be true it usually is. But one thing I do know, is that if these permits are sold and AEG get anything near to £60M cash in the bank, then its share price definitely won't be stuck at the 250p-300p it has been for the last 5 months.
26/10/2014
16:43
ianfellowes: Hello all I am a long term holder and an avid reader of everyone's contribution to this board. I rarely feel like I have anything to add but am struggling with the following facts, 1. Aeg's market cap is circa £18m 2. Current KAQUO invovlement will generate a minimum of £60m cash based on a worst case scenario. This will more likely exceed £100m. 3. AEG has breakeven/soon to be profitable wood chipping business 4. AEG has a next generation pelleting technology I am struggling to understand why the share price is not significantly higher. The broker has only reiterated their 6p target which is still well short of what will be their cash position. What are people worried about? It appears the market still doesn't trust AEG and what is happening with the business. This appears to be a bit of a golden egg. Am I missing something because I can't believe the broker just reiterated their target which was initially announced before any of the Canada forestry agreement was in place. Any response is appreciated.
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