Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
React Energy LSE:REAC London Ordinary Share IE00BH3XCL94 ORD EUR0.1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 7.125p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 0.2 -1.3 -0.0 - 5.35

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/2/2017
13:55
trout - can you change the thread to EQT? (EQTEC)
rodrod1
03/2/2017
12:13
MMs playing ultra safe - they dont know how to price it
rodrod1
03/2/2017
12:09
Ridiculous spread
pyglet
03/2/2017
11:09
I think we will see a move north towards the end of the day.
pyglet
03/2/2017
10:17
Some interesting thoughts re enfield over on LSE!!!! Take a look.
cliveas
02/2/2017
13:59
rodrod1 - agree
pyglet
02/2/2017
11:30
pyglet - serious investors may well wait for EGM to be sure. Lots of traders around at present and so it will be volatile. Drops keep getting bought into, so looking good.
rodrod1
02/2/2017
11:17
Small number of PIs selling too early here IMO. Great time for newbies to move in and mop up.
pyglet
31/1/2017
08:13
Is this the breakout through 8p??? Double figures next if it is.....
troutisout
30/1/2017
15:32
sorry about my typo! I agree trout....there is a log jam of business that will flow once the new Board is created etc. The likes of Newry and Clay Cross havnt gone away. So much value to be unlocked apart from what Ebioss are going to transfer into the Newco
rodrod1
30/1/2017
12:52
rodrod1, 'well'? I also want to put out there, that as well as Newry financial close meaning €5.3m coming to REAC(Eqtec), there should also be other upfront costs returned to REAC from NBL. If Ebioss can do a deal with the new owners of Enfield, then that to would see a return of £2.7m in upfront costs back to REAC. Likewise Clay Cross. These projects have had a lot of capital spent on them that would be returned to the Company on financial close. We now have some partners (through Ebioss links) that can provide the size of finance required for financial close and therefore we should start to see the money being paid back on these projects....
troutisout
30/1/2017
12:42
Trout - well said.[edited, lol] There is an Ebioss pipeline of enormous size, some of which will be destined for their newly 51% owned UK subsidiary....post EGM.
rodrod1
30/1/2017
11:03
The chart itself suggests 10p is the next level. Breakout from here would target that, it is also the level where the share was suspended in 2015 and would fill the gap made when it commenced trading again. Fundamentals for 10p, Ebioss taking over with 51% of the equity and introducing a £300m project pipeline to the new Company and the Newry HoA confirmation plus any other news that might happen after the EGM on the 6th Feb.
troutisout
30/1/2017
10:37
Why 10p? What news will justify such a valuation! Not deramping just curious giving it's tripled in 2 weeks
goodbloke1
30/1/2017
10:05
Up she goes - 10p imminent IMO GLA
pyglet
27/1/2017
12:01
netcurtains, the Newry plant will be taking waste wood, that would normally end up in landfill....building waste wood, all the stuff that gets chucked into the council skip marked 'timber products'....this is not cutting down trees to burn them , the timber will have been used and become useless, hence it is waste and normally put in landfill. As for the further plants that Ebioss have planned these are for other types of waste materials ranging from municipal waste to industrial waste. Rather than bury it, use it to create energy...there is a double income stream here, people have to pay to dump rubbish, landfill tax on top and people pay for energy. If we can take people's waste at a cheaper price than landfill, then that is a good business, if we can convert that waste into something that people then buy from us, then that is a great business.
troutisout
27/1/2017
11:52
Those curtains are affecting your eyesight :) Here is a link to the Ebioss report: https://t.co/9FTwVWPUzA
rodrod1
27/1/2017
10:04
The thing I dont like, but I have probably misunderstood, is the concept of burning trees to make energy. This seems all wrong on many levels.. Have I misunderstood the concept? I want to buy on the dips but not if its burning trees.
netcurtains
27/1/2017
08:25
Pyglet, good tip - but do you remember the last train smash when I bought at the dips?!?!?
paul8515
26/1/2017
16:37
rodrod1 Ebioss website in their pdf's.All part of the business plan and the massive opportunity in the UK which they are going to take! That's why China Energy are on board. GL.
cliveas
26/1/2017
16:17
cliveas - it would be helpful to know the source for your above 2 posts. cheers.
rodrod1
26/1/2017
15:55
Why didn't everyone buy earlier????
pyglet
26/1/2017
15:49
Brexit What would Brexit mean for the waste industry? · UK’s current approach to waste management has been shaped by over the previous decades by regulations and pressures imposed by the EU · Key regulatory pressures: · The Waste Framework Directive · The Landfill Directive · The Circular Economy Directive · How will Brexit affect export of RDF to continental Europe? · Potential trade barriers may impose further costs to exports outside the UK · UK government not likely to take a step back on sustainability Conclusion: We expect Brexit to either have neutral or positive impact on our business model
cliveas
26/1/2017
15:49
UK Market UK RDF Opportunity · Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) is waste produced by shredding and dehydrating municipal solid waste, after all recyclable elements have been removed. This fuel can then be used to generate energy · RDF vary in composition and level of treatment. UK regulator requires “some treatment” of waste to be qualified as RDF but no specific level of treatment required · RDF offers high calorific value: on average 4,000 kcal/kg depending on the percentage of organic matter · Calorific value of RDF comparable to calorific value of lignite coal and superior to brown coal · Incineration poses environmental problems · Gasification significantly reduces adverse environmental effects · Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) is waste produced by shredding and dehydrating municipal solid waste, after all recyclable elements have been removed. This fuel can then be used to generate energy · RDF vary in composition and level of treatment. UK regulator requires “some treatment” of waste to be qualified as RDF but no specific level of treatment required · RDF offers high calorific value: on average 4,000 kcal/kg depending on the percentage of organic matter · Calorific value of RDF comparable to calorific value of lignite coal and superior to brown coal · Incineration poses environmental problems · Gasification significantly reduces adverse environmental effects Uk Market · Lack of domestic incineration and gasification capacity is forcing UK RDF to Europe incinerators · These leads to losses of gate fee revenues for the UK economy · EBIOSS gasification technology is the most efficient way to convert RDF to energy. This technology gap will allow us to offer more attractive gate fees than competitors · We will position ourselves as the most attractive disposal route for RDF · BREXIT: exit from the common European market could potentially increase the cost of exporting RDF to Europe, thus increasing our competitive advantage · Domestic EfW capacity is expected to grow over time. Entering the market now will allow us to lock in favorable long-term contracts · No dependent on governmental subsidies on electricity · Exports of RDF from England went from zero in June 2010 to 600,000 tons in January and February of 2016. For the whole 2015 UK exported 3 million tonnes. · Export of waste from the UK was allowed by the UK’s Environment Agency in 2010 · Large majority of RDF going to Germany, Netherlands and Sweden · Lack of capacity to utilize RDF in the UK is the main driver behind the trend · EBIOSS has currently an agreement with Energy China for project financing of 75% of the total project value. Additionally Energy China is committed to provide the 50% of the equity · EBIOSS has relationships with different international funds
cliveas
23/1/2017
23:21
Well there are a number of near term catalysts which is why 10p might be hit next few sessions
scyther
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