Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Renewables LSE:TRIG London Ordinary Share GG00BBHX2H91 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.70p +0.65% 107.90p 107.70p 107.90p 108.00p 106.40p 106.70p 850,197.00 16:29:34
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 17.0 3.0 36.0 896.48

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Renewables Daily Update: Renewables is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TRIG. The last closing price for Renewables was 107.20p.
Renewables has a 4 week average price of 106.29p and a 12 week average price of 105.67p.
The 1 year high share price is 109p while the 1 year low share price is currently 88.75p.
There are currently 830,839,960 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 915,921 shares. The market capitalisation of Renewables is £896,476,316.84.
a0002577: Interesting results. It does seem that this share (and UKW) are a bit toppy. I don't think that the gov't can do much about the FIT but there is scope in the upcoming rate review to do something nasty. Have just sold my UKW by the way as I was sitting on a 15% gain. Hope to buy them back at a lower price in the next six months - I shall have to wait and see whether this was a good move - but they do seem to have fallen into the same pattern as other shares of an annual move (up and down) of 10% or so in the share price.
a0002577: All my green infrastructure shares are in tax sheltered environments - thank goodness. I am not macho enough to want to see an increase in share price - does me no good as I want the income and if they are low then I can buy more at a lower price. So when I have divis to reinvest I just pick the highest yielder (preferably below NAV) and go. As to foreign dividends - they are a B nuisance. The better half has plenty and expects me to do her tax return. I have none!
mojorising: Elliott Capital Advisors are shorting this and four other solar funds. What size of share price fall might they be expecting?
jonwig: from i i i: One closed-ended fund option is the Renewables Infrastructure (TRIG), which invests in onshore wind and solar photovoltaic (PV) in the UK, the Republic of Ireland and France. Its portfolio generated 400 gigawatt hours (GWh) in the six months to 30 June 2014, and thanks to acquisitions in the period, directors now value the portfolio at £353 million, up 17.5% since December. The trust is new, too, floating in July last year at 102p. Since then, the share price has returned 6.2% and net asset value (NAV) has returned 7.2%. At over 107p on Friday, and given the recent share price stability, this level looks sustainable, especially with its strong asset pipeline. Winterflood Investment Trusts believes there is potential here. "TRIG offers an attractive level of inflation‐linked income from these limited life assets and, like the majority of the renewable energy funds, also offers the potential for NAV growth. Recent acquisitions have increased the fund's diversification by technology, although it has reduced in terms of geography. The current premium of 4% is in‐line with other funds in the renewable energy infrastructure sector, but remains below premiums currently seen in the Public Private Partnerships and Private Finance Initiative infrastructure sector." The article also covers INFI, but I wonder whether the latter's higher yield compensates for the riskier geared balance sheet? Http://www.i [Close the gap in the url ... competitor names get thrown out!]
grahamg8: Just noticed that I bought my first TRIG shares a year ago. Found my original post #18. I was hoping for a total return of 11.65% with a share price at 109p. Well we haven't quite made it and I'm sitting on 8.95% if I cashed in tomorrow. The portfolio return is 9.1% and my memory says their target was/is 9%. With dividends rising in line with inflation the future looks like 6.12p in dividends and the same 2% on the share price for 7.75% more overall by this time next year. As others have said before pretty unexciting but a lot better than money in the bank. And a good fit with my portfolio that has plenty of risks elsewhere.
grahamg8: Yes, non recourse is good. So we seem to be gearing up as each project is brought under the TRIG umbrella. Surplus cash is expected to achieve 9.5% return; although it is again unclear whether this is before or after borrowing is taken into account. But if all the projects achieve 9.5% return and the long run dividend is 6% we should get an average annual growth in assets/share price of 3.5%. Nothing startling but a decent return on a low risk investment.
grahamg8: Bought some today, so I'm positive on the prospects. This is hardly on anyones radar at the moment, but it will get there eventually. Then I see the yield merging with HICL and similar. So to get to 5.5% yield on 6p divi suggests a share price of 109p. To be clear that's a target for 12 months time when the divi will be historic not prospective. That gives me a return of 11.65% over 12 months on a buy in price of 103p. Not exactly exciting but this is meant to be a core holding for long term income in my ISA. Of course if the price goes >109p in the short term I might sell up and move on. Happy either way.
n3tleylucas: Good evening jon, HICL run a much bigger p/f of what I'd consider more traditional PFI projects, and yes they've done very well at growing the dividend & share price, well done. This however has a riskier profile, hope it does well mate. gla.
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