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Posted at 17/1/2023 08:42 by garth
Dave - it hasn't only taken longer, it continues to take longer. Progress is arriving at a point beyond where you were previously. Under that perfectly reasonable definition the company hasn't made progress - it has simply recovered a bit of ground.

Reactor designs are completed, but unbuilt and untested. The parts haven't even been manufactured - they are only at the stage of having talked to manufacturers. They don't have a permit - and how can they, they don't know what emissions will be because the reactor isn't built yet to provide samples.

So, they have some nominal orders - that has been true for at least 5 years. But no reactor, no reactor parts and the pellets being sampled are presumably ones from the old design?

Lets try to tell it as it is.

You are right - the market is accelerating, energy costs have been at their highest for 20 years and AEG should be riding the wave - not calling having designed a new board "extremely productive" while others enjoy the surf.

Just a view - as always.

G.

Posted at 17/1/2023 07:27 by mikejoseph
That's a great business update
AEG now looking seriously undervalued IMO

Posted at 03/10/2022 08:20 by garth
Duce,

Black pellets, white pellets - they all use wood. Drax claimed to use waste wood, the Panorama evidence is reported to show that not to be the case. AEG tech uses waste wood - doesn't stop peeps felling ancient trees as feed material.

The advantages of black pellets are around burn heat, lower sulphur dioxide through washing etc. and their being largely impervious to water - making them easier and cheaper to ship and store.

It was intimated on this board that the new plant design had removed part of the washing phase - so this new gen of black pellets may not be as clean as the earlier ones?

G.

Posted at 03/10/2022 08:05 by il duce15
Looks like Panorama are going for Drax again tonight.

Bet they wish they had used Black pellets from the start.

They must have one eye on AEG, once the plant is running in Q1 I expect a knock at the door.

Posted at 30/7/2022 13:06 by nowenterprise
Gone really quiet? Is everyone simply shocked out of commenting on the share price momentum? I've read through the recent few pages of posts, and last 7 months or so of RNSs and it seems things are shifting at AEG. I'm guessing maybe people are wondering if there is a real development just around the corner, or has there been ongoing smoke and mirrors... Any (well founded) ideas, anyone?
Posted at 18/7/2022 09:23 by davetheguvnor
Potentially is a newly awarded patent considered to be positive price sensitive info therefore requiring an immediate RNS or is it OK for Directors to wait over 6 weeks watching the share price collapse ahead of the AGM then secure a new position & only release the news after?
Posted at 13/7/2022 08:17 by tomboyb
Good purchase -

Missed the RNS as was grring on another stock - !

13 July 2022

Active Energy Group Plc

("Active Energy" or the "Company")



Director / PDMR Shareholding



Active Energy, the London quoted international biomass based renewable energy business, announces the following director dealing in the Company's ordinary shares of 0.35p each ("Ordinary Shares").



On 12 July 2022, Michael Rowan, the Company's Chief Executive Officer, purchased 1,000,000 Ordinary Shares at an average price of 4.105p per share. Following the transaction, Michael Rowan is beneficially interested in 1,785,321 Ordinary Shares, representing 1.10% of the Company's total issued share capital.

Posted at 04/7/2022 16:32 by garth
It reads like another layer of related party transactions and a lack of clarity about who was ending up owning what. What seems clear is that Player would be owner operator and AEG are left simply selling the pellets Player manufacture. Player become responsible for permitting with AEG management washing their hands of that aspect (history says that is probably a good thing!)
What are AEG going to pay Player for the pellets?
Presumably Player own the new plant design?
It seems Player own the new site the whole operation moved to?
Its a stinky mess.
And it is all a long long way from how this all should have played out. Without some further clarity on the monetary value of licensing to AEG it all looks like a gigantic washout for shareholders who are potentially left with a low margin sales business?
Rowan and co initially appeared instrumental in steading the ship but have seemingly since spent years taking salaries and destroying shareholder value. The chart tells the story. Simples.

Just a view. Very open to hearing alternative, more optimistic interpretations if anyone wants to share them.

G.

Posted at 02/9/2021 14:47 by garth
responsible investor2 Sep '21 - 14:44 - 1924 of 1924
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It is difficult to understand why this blog is so full of vituperative comments - rather than focusing on the product and whether the company is making progress in proving out CoalSwitch, in finding potential customers, in identifying sites upon which the company can build more plants, in ensuring that it has access to feedstock and finance for the construction and the installation of the equipment.

There is also the realistic chance of entering into joint ventures with partners under which the company would be entitled to royalties.

Todays RNS indicated that great progress is being made so perhaps the doomsayers should limit their unhelpful commentaries and perhaps we can all focus on the potential for the company which seems to have a great product, in the right place and at the most opportune time - and BTW when coal prices are soaring.

RI,

I think 'vituperative' is a tad strong.

I really do not know how anyone who has held shares in AEG for any length of time can reasonably suggest that today's RNS indicates "that great progress is being made". That is quite simply a groundless assertion.

As for commentary being "unhelpful" - well, that is entirely subjective.

With regards whether the company "seems to have a great product"? YES! YES! YES! We all knew that a few years ago! No disagreement whatsoever.

"In the right place and at the most opportune time". Absolutely. And that is what make the apparently inept execution by management all the harder to quietly watch.

This is from the AGM statement OVER TWO YEARS AGO:

""AEG's commercial and strategic goals are now clear. The future of AEG is tied to success at Lumberton and the creation of complementary revenues streams from lumber and agricultural crops to the utilisation of other waste streams to create pelletised renewable fuels. The Board has achieved much over the past 12 months but more hard work is required to fully implement AEG's growth strategy.

"The Board would like to thank all shareholders and stakeholders for their continuing support over the past 18 months. The last 3 months have demonstrated some of the true potential for AEG and with the support of all AEG's stakeholders, the Board now believes that commercial success is realistic. This means that AEG will continue with its previously publicly stated ambitions to transform low cost biomass into renewable fuels of the future.

"The Board looks forward to updating the market on our developments as we execute our strategy, expand opportunities at Lumberton, including the completion and operation of the first 5tph CoalSwitch plant and expand into the growing biomass fuel market to deliver value."

Two years on they are not tangibly any further on. They have U-turned on Lumberton. And they need more cash.

All the potential you speak of was just as true a few years ago and with far fewer shares in issue...

January 2018 (over 3 and a half years ago):

"Update re Revolutionary CoalSwitch(TM) Plant; Initial Full-Scale Reactor Test Completed

Active Energy, the London quoted international biomass based renewable energy and forestry management business, is pleased to announce that the first testing of the five-tonne-per-hour CoalSwitch(TM) plant in Utah, United States ('the Plant') was successfully completed late on Friday 29 December 2017. The initial results met all management expectations and further testing will continue this week.

The plant is now undergoing full commissioning which Active Energy expects to complete in the next several weeks, which will enable the Company to deliver commercial quantities of CoalSwitch(TM), its revolutionary fuel that that can be mixed in any ratio with coal fines or completely replace coal in existing coal-fired power stations, without retrofit, globally"


MARCH 2016 (5 and a half years ago!)

AEG CoalSwitch Deposition and Burn Test Results Confirm

Lower Emissions, More Efficient Combustion and Fewer Deposits than Coal;

Prove Technical and Commercial Viability

AEG CoalSwitch, the renewable energy division of Active Energy Group Plc (AIM: AEG.L), the AIM-listed supplier of timberland management and development services, industrial wood fibre and Biomass coal replacement fuels, announces that late last week it received the results from the burn testing of its CoalSwitch fuel at the University of Utah (announced in the RNS dated 8 February 2016).

The University has reported that CoalSwitch's technical and commercial viability for use a standalone fuel - or co-fired in high concentrations with coal in traditional coal-fired power plants - provides significant environmental and commercial advantages to industrial power generators.

The burn testing, conducted at the University's Clean and Secure Energy Institute, evaluated the performance of AEG CoalSwitch fuel in its 100kW pulverised coal combustor, which closely replicates the full-scale facilities utilised in industrial coal-fired power plants around the world.

The testing process compared CoalSwitch burn test performance to that of Illinois Number 6 coal (a typical feedstock used for industrial power generation in the United States), and a CoalSwitch/Illinois coal mix under the same test conditions.

Key findings include:

-- CoalSwitch fuel burned at near-identical temperatures to coal
-- CoalSwitch fuel burned more efficiently than coal, and produced far less ash
-- CoalSwitch fuel burned cleaner than coal, and when co-fired with coal generated less Sulphur Dioxide (SO(2) ) than the coal alone

-- Along with reducing the amount of ultrafine particles in the blended fuel, the mineral matter (ash) particle size distribution of CoalSwitch fuel was nearly the same as that for coal

-- CoalSwitch fuel was essentially free of both Potassium (K) and Sodium (Na), so combustion did not cause the fouling issues (deposits) that are commonly a barrier to the use of Biomass fuels in coal-fired power plants

-- The CoalSwitch/coal blend had a lower Loss on Ignition than the pure coal, leaving far less unburned carbon in the ash, demonstrating far better combustion of coal when CoalSwitch is present

Richard Spinks, CEO of Active Energy Group Plc, commented: "The results of the CoalSwitch testing prove that the Group's faith in the technology and our investment in it over the past twelve months were fully justified; and demonstrate that, for the first time to our knowledge, the glass wall between coal and Biomass usage within existing power generation plants has been shattered."

"They confirm that CoalSwitch fuel represents a game-changer for the power generation industry, and delivers significant financial and environmental benefits over current Biomass fuel solutions. "


Please, please explain the substance behind your assertion that today's RNS delivers good progress from what was announced over 5 years ago when the pellets were last tested.

Best wishes,

G.

Posted at 08/4/2021 09:21 by pascha2020
Looks like AEG are in hot water. AEG will surely have to make this known to the market.


I have written to AEG’s board and Advisors on Monday 5th April 2021 outlining in more detail than is appropriate here my position declaring the AEG license null and void; demanding license fee repayment being USD$1.8m plus interest and damages. I have given them 14 days from date of delivery to respond.
RMDE and I are not to be confused with AEG in any way and have always been and continue to be separate entities and any further suggestion by the directors of AEG will be dealt with in an appropriate manner.
I am conducting a full audit of AEG regulatory and other PR or other statements made since November 2018 and will make available the results of the same in due course in order that I and other shareholders may make decisions on the appropriate course of action with full transparency as to the true position of AEG Plc, its assets and its operational activities for the period that Michael Rowan has been CEO of the company.
To me it is absolutely clear that it is not possible to trust all information emanating from the company. For this reason, I have initiated a full legal review to assess the damage done to my personal and business positions as a result of Mr. Rowan’s behaviour and statements since July 2018 when he became CEO of AEG. His constant attempts, including live last night on the LSE webcast, to pretend that he arrived on the board only in 2018, he was a member of the board of AEG for significantly longer than that, are one example of his approach. , At the appropriate time my findings will also be made public, in order that through openness and transparency, others do not suffer as I have done and are not taken in by a distorted narrative. Sadly, it is clear that it is not possible to trust the information released by the company and its brokers (who rely on the company for their data) or advisors without independent confirmation being carried out to ensure accuracy of the same.

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