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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Active Energy Group Plc LSE:AEG London Ordinary Share GB00B1YMN108 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -7.14% 1.30 1.25 1.35 1.35 1.30 1.35 21,048,156 12:30:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 1.4 -1.9 -0.2 - 20

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/1/2021
16:19
And yet the share price dnt moveProb sold placing shares
justtrying1
22/1/2021
15:48
Anyone taking credit for our 10 million, appearing to be a buy?
thesaint5
21/1/2021
10:07
https://mobile.twitter.com/GplcAe/status/1352189268609933314Unverified however positive
isa2020
20/1/2021
09:39
Thank you MasterRSI. Charts received with thanks. G.
garth
19/1/2021
18:32
1.30p +0.05p The bounce is after a Fibonacci 50% retrace and Williams bounce from low
master rsi
19/1/2021
17:04
On looking at the chart, since yesterday the share price is bouncing back after the recent retracement from an Intraday high of 1.90p, The Indicator Stochastic signal the turning and share price bouncing from the 20 days MA.
master rsi
13/1/2021
10:32
Actually these conversions are good news . It reduces debt , improves the balance sheet and increases profitability as there is no coupon interest to pay .
christopher3
13/1/2021
07:42
Another £650K's worth converted. Which way today? G.
garth
13/1/2021
07:31
htTps://mobile.twitter.com/jhsealy/status/1349253851682140160Balanced view, I suppose htTps://mobile.twitter.com/RenewableActive Non official twitter account, more active than the official htTps://mobile.twitter.com/aegplc management should employ these guys latest or last official Twitter was 29th January 2019
isa2020
12/1/2021
10:33
Thanks Garth Will have a good read and continue digging while Active sits on my watch list. Kron
kron76
12/1/2021
09:06
Dogsoggy, I lost thousands from having too many eggs in a basket on the back of the dog this became two years ago. Have learned my lesson. It is still one of my biggest holdings though and I continue to be jaded/excited about the prospects. I'd just like to have some shares in RMDE too!! It continues to be all about execution. I reckon we are heading back to 1p, consolidating, and then on again in the spring. But 1.2p looks a possible turning point too. What does any of us really know about what direction the markets and this particular share price will take in the short term? Just a view. G.
garth
12/1/2021
09:01
Kron, a good start might be the link from RMDE via Saint in the post above. Points (1),2,3,7 And this, "The immense problems faced in Canada (and globally) related to waste and damaged fibre, wildfire remediation and mitigation, pest invasion and disease in forestry, combined with the global move to renewable energy and recycling, means that our ESG and LCA based approach to applying state of the art environmental technologies could not be better placed to help." The benefit of what AEG and RMDE (more successfully at present?) are seeking to do is to turn waste to a cleaner form of energy than exists in current form. There a forest management aspect to their proposition which is, for me, just as compelling as the coal-substitution element. Coalswitch works well with low-calorific waste fibre. There are vast swathes of beetle infested and part-burned forest that are uneconomical to deal with. All of that standing (dead/dying/decaying) fibre is useful feedstock. It becomes economical to clear it, provide forest fire breaks or re-plant with a variety of healthy new tree stock. Salty dog is another example. While the Polish venture has not yet received funding and progressed, Superfuel would help to clean up damaging waste and provide a cleaner solution than pure coal on the way to a future far more fully powered by renewables. The double washing period removes salts including, importantly, sulphur. One pollutant concern raised at the air permit public hearings was formaldehyde. AEG have already stated that they will use state of the art capture mechanisms. Close monitoring of pollutant levels will take place at the reference plant. I will be interested in what comes out re that specific concern. It is not one that relates uniquely to AEG but to wider use of biomass. G.
garth
12/1/2021
08:57
Was expecting price to hold up a bit better then it has specially with RMDE and potential news flows, hopefully news that changes price direction over coming days, with what news is due, when it lands we will look back at these prices kicking ourselves for not loading up more. That's how this game works.
thesaint5
12/1/2021
08:49
Might have lots of good updates but it's not stopping the share price from dropping even more.Depressing share price when I put all my eggs in one basket.
dogsoggy
12/1/2021
07:53
RMDE update, there's am awful lot within this update, very positive for AEG - hTtps://rmde.ca/chairmans-update-january-2021/
thesaint5
11/1/2021
15:31
@RMDEnviro
garth
11/1/2021
14:41
Active Energy Renewable Power @RenewableActive ยท Dec 24, 2020 - saw mill operational - coalswitch soon to be produced - RMD making progress - more licences expected - order from PacifiCorp - prospective orders from other utilities - strong BoD
thesaint5
11/1/2021
14:41
Two notable new twitter accounts - htTps://twitter.com/GplcAe & hTtps://twitter.com/RenewableActive Notable mutual following Ruth Sunderland hTtps://twitter.com/ruthiesun
thesaint5
11/1/2021
13:46
Thank Garth - appriciated and looking forward to reading
kron76
11/1/2021
07:38
URL from this morning's RNS added to the bottom of the header. hxxps://www.aegplc.com/operations/lumberton-manufacturing-hub/ Kron - so much that could be said. I had missed your message. I will try to pull some thoughts together for you. G.
garth
08/1/2021
16:08
Hello All I've been researching Active as a energy play but must admit I'm a bit of a newbie on biomass and in particular Actives Coalswitch version. I'll confess that I've initially avoided mainly as there have been far too many questions on the negative environmental impacts of biomass and considered this market as extending a method of generating energy we should all really be moving away from as quickly as possible. Active claim of significant potential reductions in carbon output, and I could see some of this backed up in the Utah test info, but don't feel like I quite got a clear picture on all the impacts and overall environmental improvements burning coalswitch will make. Too much of whats about (linked in the heading above etc..) seems via vested interests so needs some balance. Any thoughts or links to additional useful material (for and against) would be most welcome. gla
kron76
07/1/2021
10:22
Your boring mate!
jonny_wright
07/1/2021
10:18
When does this stop dropping as it's killing my portfolio :/
dogsoggy
06/1/2021
16:15
Would worry too much, can't even spell it.
regandharry5
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