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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
  -0.011 -2.52% 0.425 0.40 0.45 0.425 0.425 0.43 8,499,552 08:00:16
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Electronic & Electrical Equipment 1.3 -6.6 -0.5 - 7

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17/6/2020
21:40
Antonio Esposito (@RenewableLS) Tweeted: #AEG adopted innovative telemetry system to automate its containers shipping operations in Lumberton. hxxps://t.co/t5Pmi3KVwU https://twitter.com/RenewableLS/status/1273347180384997376?s=20
grsshaw1
17/6/2020
20:29
Evening Isa2020, There are 1,274m shares now in issue at the moment and yes it only takes a few trades in either direction to move this share - the volumes seem to be getting better so a little more liquidity will help with less aggressive price moves and to also narrow the dealing spread. RE the shares purchased by the then CEO the price was 1.25pps mid Dec 2017 (£520k)and the share price at the time at the exercise was approx 2.2p, by mid March the share price hit an intraday high of 5p!!! I am hopeful that when the permit is signed off they can move to full scale production fairly quickly - just hope that they have under promised the time to full production (Dec) to fully ensure they actually start hitting deadlines to provide some confidence - I am hopeful for October ish - I get the feeling this permit exercise is not really about the initial 5tph but more about the scale up build which will then make the move to the larger tph a hell of a lot quicker. Next move for me is the second shift but not sure how that works with local risk and Covid-19 etc.. Also intrigued what is happening in Asia and if there may be some news re a new licence - maybe Japan! 2 x Newfoundland cutting permits must have some potential also. RMDE at the moment for me is just an extra play and hopefully there is news very soon - nice to get the 2 x licenses which was massive for AEG but when Mr Spinks advised last week there was an update on the new pellet plant in Alberta, plus 5 others in advanced stages the share price didn't react at all - so maybe the market is not, as yet, listening to RMDE news flow. Plenty going on and recent news re reduction in carbon investment moving over to green renewables in a big way can only help - just need some exciting news flow to get some much needed attention in the the market Good Luck All
grsshaw1
17/6/2020
13:52
This move up and down quickly, like today... Around 1.5 thousand million shares, and 1.8 million traded and it moves up almost 10 percent.Good to note major shareholders haven't sold any in the last few years, and current directors have brought in.Previous CEO put half a million of his own money couple of years ago at at around 3p (please check can't remember exactly)Is possible that the only ones selling are traders that brought in at .4p hence they made double so selling,However any long term investors, knows that that is cheap,Remember, even if permit is delayed, AEGplc partner RMDE in Canada still going with it's projects, so whatever happens in the US, AEGplc are in line to get royalties - don't focus on the permit. That secondary
isa2020
17/6/2020
13:22
When you watch the likes of VLS, PHE, EQT and consider their market caps relative to AEG it does leave one wondering what might happen when that permit comes through... 27 May 2020 Active Energy Group Plc ('Active Energy', 'AEG' or the 'Company') Construction and Air Permit Update Permit event to take place on 22 June 2020 Active Energy, the international biomass based renewable energy business, announces that the online event for public comments on the construction and air permit (the "Permit") for the Company's CoalSwitch(TM) plant in Lumberton, NC has been postponed to the 22 June 2020, with the public comment period closing on the 26 June 2020. The Division of Air Quality in North Carolina informed AEG that the change in dates is required to comply with the minimum notice period regulation and is the result of an administrative error that occurred when the State sought to publish the public information in the local newspaper. DYOR. G.
garth
15/6/2020
13:13
Thanks Chipman, Schoolboy error! I was exceedingly disappointed by the figures I initially pulled out - thinking "I am sure I was expecting it to be much higher thatn that" LOL. You are right - $3m pa in royalities from one plant that size. In terms of what they produce, if they are planning 6 plants I guess they would certainly be exceeding that figure down the line. G.
garth
15/6/2020
11:56
$3,000,000 by my calculations based on your numbers? $5 x 600,000 metric tonnes is $3m not $300k, I'm worried about my own sums now...pls check before taking any notice. ...course they've got to make 600k tonnes to sell to pay the royalty, so there's that. Happy if they build ONE plant finally. Imagine if 2!
chipman1
15/6/2020
11:37
Thanks for the link. RMDE going for 6 plants, 5 of which "are now in the advanced planning stage". IF each was the size of the planned Nova Scotia Pulp site plant that would be circa £18m in potential royalities per year just from RMDE - assuming running at full capacity. "RMDE was proposing to develop a CoalSwitch fuel pellet plant capable of producing up to 600,000 metric tonnes per year for sale to existing off-take customers in Europe. So that would be $3,000,000 royalties per year if running at full capacity - for that one plant. hxxps://forestsfields.com/breakingnews/fuel-pellet-producer-withdraws-bid-to-buy-nova-scotia-northern-pulp-site G. EDIT: School boy error! I have to say that I was exceedingly disappointed by my initial figure!!
garth
15/6/2020
08:08
https://mobile.twitter.com/BiomassMagazine/status/1271531490107678720
isa2020
13/6/2020
18:46
Found this from April and don't recall reading this! Surely there must be an opportunity here after all the work and cash spent on getting the two licenses hxxps://forestnet.com/LSJissues/2020-march-april/biofuel.php
grsshaw1
12/6/2020
17:02
Very low volume today so I'm not too concerned TBH - the interest is either payable in cash or by the way of shares at 1p nom value - so we won't know until they let us know which option they went for!
grsshaw1
12/6/2020
16:24
What happened today
isa2020
12/6/2020
14:00
Interest on CLNs, wasn't it 8 percent - deferred to September/October that's an expense
isa2020
12/6/2020
13:33
isa202012 Jun '20 - 12:50 - 1425 of 1425 0 0 0 What's the outgoings zip on a royalty! G.
garth
12/6/2020
12:50
What's the outgoings
isa2020
12/6/2020
11:50
That's circa $400K-£500k royalty per annum per 50T ph plant. ;0) G.
garth
12/6/2020
11:42
November: "Details of the CoalSwitch(TM) Licence AEG has executed a 20-year exclusive License Agreement with RMDE, Inc., a commercially focused environmental engineering, and production company with a focus on developing forestry residuals and low/no value fibre waste into biomass fuel products. Under the terms of this License Agreement, AEG has granted and RMDE has purchased exclusivity over the sale and commercial development of all opportunities to which the CoalSwitch(TM) technology may be applied in the Territories. RMDE has paid to AEG an upfront fee license fee of US$1.8m (CAD 2.4million) and has agreed to make future royalty payments of US$5.00 per tonne to AEG for the Licensed CoalSwitch(TM) Product that is produced using the CoalSwitch(TM) technology and know-how. It is anticipated that RMDE will commission its first plant within the next 18 months, subject to environmental and other permitting processes being finalised. To this end, RMDE has commenced initial preparatory and pre-engineering work in Alberta for its first plant and is working on additional projects using the CoalSwitch(TM) technology in the Territories."
garth
12/6/2020
11:37
Yes, RMDE, but AEG get a royalty on all CoalSwitch produced at any plant RMDE build and operate... G.
garth
12/6/2020
11:19
Mr Spinks drive and energy much missed here!
footrot355
12/6/2020
10:58
Unfortunately not AEG, as your link makes clear, this is RMDE in Canada, the privately owned and run business which is licensed to purchase CoalSwitch.Mr Spinks and team doing an excellent job, and creating local work.
isa2020
12/6/2020
10:01
Posted by Soundsrich on LSE board #AEG Wow just read this update. 1 coalswitch plant in Canada is at FID stage with apparent strong backing from locals, a further 5 plants! are at advanced planning stages, with more planned in other areas. Mr Spinks is creating a monster! hxxps://rmde.ca/news/f/overview-presentation-alberta-plant-one-progress-and-outline
grsshaw1
09/6/2020
12:09
CLNs @ 1p is equivalent to 2 license, which isn't going to be very hard.
isa2020
08/6/2020
12:00
2m buy at 0.9
smackeraim
08/6/2020
09:06
Thanks for the links grs, I will take a look. Shares looking strong again this morning. G.
garth
05/6/2020
22:59
Missed this brief interview on 1st June - its on AEG website I must admit Mr Rowan does sound very enthusiastic! https://www.brrmedia.co.uk/broadcasts-embed/5e611a7a9672d83b987776d1/event/?livelink=true&popup=true
grsshaw1
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