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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
  0.00 0.0% 0.425 0.40 0.45 0.425 0.425 0.43 4,610,758 08:00:25
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Electronic & Electrical Equipment 1.3 -6.6 -0.5 - 7

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/12/2020
08:15
another 83% on the card today imho
ak62
23/12/2020
08:09
Sure we get news flow on our Canadian partner project , true they are a privately held so no rns, RMDE pay royalties which goes straight to the bottom line.Positive income stream taking shape
isa2020
23/12/2020
06:34
Got a mention in the Times Market Report "Among the tiddlers, Active Energy powered up ¼p, or 83.3 per cent, to ¾p after it received a first order for its Coalswitch pellets made from leftover wood, which power plants can burn instead of coal."
cottoner
22/12/2020
17:04
Good day. FWIW, it is my view that the company is now in a far better place than it was when the share price was at 1.2p a few months ago. And I think the wider investment community will slowly move towards a similar conclusion. It might just finally get "interesting" on here. G.
garth
22/12/2020
16:59
Volsung, I understand the convictions displayed by Lisa Sorg and NC Policy Watch and SUPPORT WHOLE-HEARTEDLY their desires for clean air and a clean planet - and for social justice to be done with regards how pollution may disproportionately impact low income and ethnic minority groups. At the same time I believe that significant aspects of their analysis were woefully inadequate and shamefully fear-mongering in presentation. I say that as someone who listened very carefully to the public hearing material for the permit application - listening to much of it more than once. The link is in the header - anyone is welcome to listen for themselves. At the time of the original (shamefully weak) air permit application Enviva was used by AEG as the closest point of comparison. The technology and process are very different. It was crystal clear that the AEG process would be significantly LESS polluting by very nature. Ms Sorg used the Enviva comparison in the opposite direction, arguing that because the technologies were different it could not be KNOWN that the AEG process would be less polluting and that it could EQUALLY LIKELY be MORE polluting. Except any rudimentary knowledge of the two manufacturing processes would make it abundantly clear that it really couldn't be. And hence a permit was granted, with conditions. And THAT is the verdict that was passed down by the permitting authority on the quality of the argument as presented in the NC policy Watch piece you linked to. The other strand of their argument was that there is already too much pollution so any more emissions AT ALL is TOO MUCH - regardless of whether it is less polluting than existing emissions or not. I hope that helps. My posts reflect my opinion and perspective only. Investors should do their own research and may come to different conclusions. Kind regards, G.
garth
22/12/2020
14:42
Obviously differing opinions. :-) Awarded London Stock Exchange's Green Economy Mark Active Energy, the international biomass based renewable energy business, is delighted to announce that it has been awarded the Green Economy Mark by the London Stock Exchange (the "LSE"). The Green Economy Mark, first introduced in 2019, highlights companies and investment funds listed on the LSE's Main Market or on AIM that are driving the global green economy. To qualify for the Green Economy Mark, an issuer must generate 50% or more of its total annual revenues from products and services that contribute to the global green economy. Its underlying methodology incorporates the Green Revenues data model developed by FTSE Russell. The Green Economy Mark allows greater visibility for investors interested in Green Economy activities and recognises those companies that are contributing to a greener and more sustainable economy. The LSE is the first exchange in the world to introduce such a certification. Michael Rowan, CEO, Active Energy Group, said: "We are proud to have received the LSE's Green Economy Mark. The award validates Active Energy's green credentials, achieved through the development of our CoalSwitchTM technology. Our strategy continues to focus on development of environmental and sustainable biomass solutions from our operations hub at Lumberton and we look forward to updating all stakeholders on future developments."
cottoner
22/12/2020
14:30
This article would beg to differ cottoner hxxp://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2020/04/27/waiting-to-exhale-controversial-wood-pellet-plant-would-burden-lumberton-with-more-pollution/ Looks like a beefed up Drax-like operation Greenwash?
volsung
22/12/2020
14:22
Michael Rowan, CEO of Active Energy, said: "CoalSwitch™ has significant market potential and is unique given the distinct and highly beneficial differences between its processes and other biomass beneficiation methods. The value driver is in the pre-treatment and post-treatment processes that effectively remove most of the soluble mineral contaminants. These patent awards to AEG underline the important commercial opportunities for CoalSwitch™. Active Energy, the London quoted international biomass based renewable energy and forestry management business, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a new U.S. patent for its CoalSwitch™ process and the beneficiation of biomass. The patent, number 10,858,607, was awarded on 8 December 2020 and will ensure Active Energy holds the legal rights to exclude any other company from producing, selling or using the claimed CoalSwitch™ process for over 17 years. The proprietary CoalSwitch™ process includes subjecting steam-exploded biomass to a second washing step to remove additional salts and light volatile compounds derived from the biomass. This new patent combines with the U.S. process patent, number 10,647,935, which was awarded for AEG's PeatSwitch™ technology on 12 May 2020. AEG's PeatSwitch™ patent gives AEG the exclusive rights over the process of producing an engineered soil from raw biomass in AEG's unique reactor.
crosschris
22/12/2020
14:13
CoalSwitch™ CoalSwitch™ is a biomass-based fuel that utilises low-value forestry, and agricultural residues and energy crops.
cottoner
22/12/2020
14:02
Is this like another Drax? Don't like the idea of burning forests and calling them 'biomass'
volsung
22/12/2020
13:10
I understand Pacific Corp is owned by Warren Buffett’s holding company
christopher3
22/12/2020
10:24
Thanks Saint. My bad - hadn't seen the note. It shouldn't be any problem then to deliver that. And once that is delivered... G.
garth
22/12/2020
10:19
Garth, expect plant to get cranked up to 5tph much sooner than originally anticipated, looks like AEG are finally under promising.. PlantcommissioninginQ22021withsignificantcustomerinterest–BothAEGandPlayer Design expect commissioning of the plant to commence in Q2 2021 to enable first deliveries of CoalSwitchTM fuel before mid-year. While the initial target is production at a rate of 3 tonnes per hour, the plant will be capable of producing the 5 tonnes per hour originally envisaged and we expect this to be achieved by the end of 2021 if not sooner. htTp://www.allenbycapital.com/research/research-aeg_11_2066648515.pdf
thesaint5
22/12/2020
09:40
Thanks Bensung. Interesting read from Bolgas. I am not sure that I would necessarily put a £100m price tag on AEG just yet - but I am certainly invested here in the belief that, providing management deliver, the business has capacity to beyond that in a few years time. And it looks like we are now very very close to getting over the line of being profitable. There is debt to repay - but that could finally be about to be dwarfed again by prospects coming to fruition. As I say, this one has a LOT of catching up to do. All of the above is my opinion only - and history shows me to have been wrong here for some time!!! G.
garth
22/12/2020
09:32
Copying post by Bolgas on the LSE board RE: MAJOR DEALToday 08:44 Coalswitch price is around $200 per tonne, possibly slightly higher. I estimate net profit of around 30%, so based on 5tph plant (yes this one is planned to produce 5 tonnes per hour later next year) will produce annual revenues (43,000 tonnes @ $200) $8,600,000, net profits of $2,580,000 per annum. We need then also consider we have a lumber business that is going to produce in excess of $6 million revenues, say at 40% margin is further $2,400,000 in profits. Come 2021 we then have the RMDE 50 tonne per hour plant operational, this will be producing licence income for AEG, $2,190,000 in annual income in addition. Add all of those together you have a company sub £10 million today producing profits in excess of $7 million, madness. It is likely during the course of next year we will get further licensing deals, say these each produce an upfront payment of $2.5 million, possibly more as the product is de-risked, plus more annual annuity income for AEG. Let us not forget this is green energy, RMDE have just secured $250,000,000 in finance for Coalswitch plants to be built, this is an incredible story unfolding, £100 million market cap would still not reflect the market opportunity we have here today.
bensug
22/12/2020
09:14
Typical. One morning I don't check the news feed and AEG come out with a blinder. What is worse, I almost topped up yesterday but delayed in the belief that they might drift lower today! I guess that today is a tipping point. £8m market cap. They were at £60m a couple of years back based on what one would view to be realistic expectations of what the business could be worth once they started selling product. Well, they have hooked a large fish. Time to show they can land it. I find the detail on timings interesting; "Active Energy will be supplying up to 900 tonnes of biomass feedstock from its Lumberton site for delivery by no later than 14(th) June 2021. All the feedstock used for the biomass will be sourced locally, within North Carolina and processed by using residual wood, including bark and treetops/branches. This commitment forms part of AEG's strategy to produce a biomass solution including waste materials from the lumber industry. Following the Company's announcement on 3 December 2020, work on the CoalSwitch(TM) plant continues to progress, with construction activity increasing early in the New Year. AEG and Player Design Inc. anticipate the commissioning of the first CoalSwitch(TM) Plant in Q2 2021." One has to assume that the management are finally choosing to set conservative timescales on construction of the plant with the intention of under promising and over delivering. If that isn't the case then I see no way of them getting anywhere close to those numbers. The new reference plant is 3Tph rather than the permitted 5tph and is based on updated technology. I assume some of those modifications from the Utah model are related to state of the art emissions capture - AEG have recently won a green award and are playing on those credentials. so, the plant needs 300 hours of running time to deliver up to 900 tonnes. 30 days at 10 hours per day. They need to have it built early in Qtr 2 to deliver. Just a view. Oh, and I topped up this morning. Look at the price tags on other new energy companies at present. This one has a LOT of catching up to do. DYOR. G.
garth
22/12/2020
07:51
Good news! Time to top up/average down?
hiddendepths
21/12/2020
16:31
Agreed. This is a nuisance threat. It will be sorted.
belo horizonte
21/12/2020
07:33
Saint is correct. From memory the water issue was raised in the public meeting. The existing water permits related to the old business. For once, its a non-issue. IMO - as ever. DYOR. G.
garth
20/12/2020
20:26
AEG bought the property from Alamac American Knits.
thesaint5
20/12/2020
20:25
"Monitoring reports cited in the legal filings show that Active Energy is not testing its wastewater for all the potential contaminants associated with those solvents. The wastewater does contain sulfide, zinc, copper and phenol, among other pollutants. (Phenol is used primarily in the manufacture of nylon and other synthetic fibers, indicating its presence is a remnant of a previous textile company.)" There's also the initial accusation of polluting for past 500 days, activities for AEG only started this year, latter part of last at best.
thesaint5
20/12/2020
20:23
non event, relates to textile industry waste. Previous occupants perhaps, certainly not relating to AEG activities. Also worth noting - Permitting application last year the NCDENR state - 'Active Energy Renewable Power says it will produce “black” wood pellets by pressurizing chipped wood with steam. Water used in the process would go to the plant’s wastewater treatment facility before being discharged into the Cape Fear River. That part of the process requires no permit. " There's water treatment facilities onsite, this notice isn't from government department, sounds like a misunderstanding from an author who is not so keen on Active Energy. Company is complying, holds relevant permits. All there in public records for those willing to dig a bit deeper.
thesaint5
20/12/2020
17:39
hxxp://pulse.ncpolicywatch.org/2020/12/11/wood-pellet-company-active-energy-renewable-power-faces-legal-action-over-discharges-into-lumber-river/ hxxps://www.southernenvironment.org/uploads/words_docs/2020-12-10_Notice_of_Intent_to_Sue.PDF Probably sensible to see the company's response to the above. Not sure why they haven't RNSd it yet.
outlawinvestor
17/12/2020
14:04
A few unhappy shareholdersCould be a good price
isa2020
10/12/2020
13:09
This is one of the most frustrating shares I have ever owned, I am not convinced that it will ever reach successful trading but my hopes have risen a little recently! Not doing much trading these days IT, an explosion in the number of grandchildren has diverted my spare time!:oD
kimoldfield
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