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Active Energy Group Plc LSE:AEG London Ordinary Share GB00B1YMN108 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.80 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.75 0.85 0.00 0.00 0.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 1.43 -1.86 -0.16 10
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.80 GBX

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09/8/2020
09:20
Active Energy Daily Update: Active Energy Group Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AEG. The last closing price for Active Energy was 0.80p.
Active Energy Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.70p and a 12 week average price of 0.39p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.12p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.33p.
There are currently 1,280,307,763 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,645,493 shares. The market capitalisation of Active Energy Group Plc is £10,242,462.10.
07/7/2020
11:12
grsshaw1: Do you mean the recent 2 x licenses British Columbia and Alberta - they were also trying to buy a plant in Nova Scotia but looks like that will not happen due the local authorities not sure what they are doing with the site AEG will probably lose Newfoundland if don't hurry up and start cutting very soon! https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/active-energy-AEG/share-news/Active-Energy-Group-PLC-First-CoalSwitch-Licence-A/81241147
02/7/2020
15:28
grsshaw1: Not sure it was a rollover jailbird - unless it was yours :-) The price went straight up on small volume triggering a bunch of sells which was needed to fill both the orders put on this morning or yesterday and they are happy to pay 1.08 to secure the quantity You may be right but if so why did the share price rise quickly and then it fell back afterwards - if they are in-fact both buys this is positive as highlights there is not too much stock about (maybe that gap coming into play I mentioned earlier) and if you want higher volume you are going to have to pay much higher than the current market price Be interesting to see if this happens again - I am predicting it will!
17/6/2020
20:29
grsshaw1: 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
04/6/2020
15:12
grsshaw1: It appears to me that this is now a clean start for AEG and they seem to have crossed the line in the sand re a workable commercial strategy. There is very strong support and flexibility with the CLN bondholders and it looks like they all want this to work when you look at the flexibility offered with financing at the nominal price at 1p - just wondering what the share price will need to hit for them to start converting. There will be dilution but I feel this will add value to company overall due to reduction in debt with the assets they now have in place. The thing I like most is that AEG has raised funds and they have purchase assets with the proceeds and raised the cash based at 1p (in some cases the share price was approx 50% under this at the time!) Even the recent acquisition the end of March was based at 1p! Looking for a least 1.2p in the next 4 weeks and if this does happen I will be closely watching the CLN take up! Just keep you eyes on RMDE (2 Coalswitch licenses) as I have a feeling they may acquire Timberlands 76% share from AEG so they can get their hands on Newfoundland as they are based in Canada and this will leave AEG to concentrate on the US/Europe market - Feel also the Asia market with be licensed which is why they are firming up the IP protection. This then leaves US and Europe to be supplied from Lumberton and they can then ramp up production using a mixture of debt, placings (subject to CLN and share price) and profits from lumber activities
04/6/2020
08:27
isa2020: CLNs at 1p - some already taken when share price was at .4Many more CLNs at 2p + have been taken yet.
03/6/2020
16:51
andymunchkin: newera110 Mar '18 - 14:33 - 21 of 1399 0 0 0 Drmaccers, I’ve read your blog posts which I found fascinating. Are you still predicting 60p share price within 5 years. I’m just curious if things have changed with recent news? ---------- newera110 Mar '18 - 17:23 - 22 of 1399 0 0 0 Drmaccers, I’ve read your blog posts which I found fascinating. Are you still predicting 60p share price within 5 years. I’m just curious if things have changed with recent news? ----------- DrMaccers11 Mar '18 - 17:43 - 23 of 1399 0 0 0 That Oct one is probably a bit outdated now with all the new info we have. If everything plays out as expected I can see 40p this year easily enough -------------------------------------- --------- easilyEnough urA rmpngCnt alongside theOther wnkr fishyGarth
12/2/2020
10:24
jailbird: pinched this from LSE...The Guvnor posts..making some ver good points and how midleading the Co has been Please also remember when the Lumberton project was first announced in October 2018 we were told the 5tph would be immediately relocated to the Georgia Renewable Power (GRP) Plant & producing CoalSwitch by end of 2018. This then slipped in January 2019 with news that AEG was now purchasing the site next to GRP from Alamac holdings & it was fully permitted so production would commence once the sale was completed. At an investor lunch held in April 2019 I asked Rowan if the valuation for purchasing the Lumberton site was on the rich side especially as it meant even further considerable dilution for shareholders. The group were totally assured the site had all the very complex permits already in place, which allowed for the rapid relocation of the very mobile 5 tph machine to Lumberton, quickly creating immediate much needed revenues & final proof of concept therefore spring boarding AEG much faster/further forward along with us all enjoying a considerable share-price recovery. To help us believe his new hype Rowan promised with him as CEO the old AEG was now a thing of the past & even kindly produced a Corporate Presentation booklet dated April 2019 which he proudly presented to all attendees & then placed a copy on the AEG's website for us all to see/enjoy. hxxps://www.aegplc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/AEG-Corporate-Presentation-25-April-2019-final.pdf So there written on page 8 in an official company presentations produced by the CEO to it's owners/shareholders it clearly states the Lumberton site is FULLY PERMITTED. Even at the AGM Simon Melling updated the shareholders with the following official statement "As shareholders will be aware, the pressing need for AEG was to concentrate on generating revenue, whilst also building a strategically located operational base in order to produce various pelletised biomass fuels including CoalSwitch™. Accordingly, the North American Lumberton Site ('Lumberton') was identified as ideal for the Company's near-term ambitions. Lumberton, consisting of up to 415,000 sq. ft of covered factory space and circa 151 acres of surrounding land in prime lumber districts, has all the requisite ancillary facilities to produce CoalSwitch™, including power supplies, PERMITS, water treatment facilities, a research and analysis lab as well as offices. It also has a critical advantage in being located adjacent to AEG's joint venture partner Georgia Renewable Power LLC ("GRP"). hxxps://polaris.brighterir.com/public/aeg_plc/news/rns/story/xpq2z3r Again presented at the most important yearly meeting to the company owners, when every piece of information needs to be 100% factually correct, the Lumberton site had everything needed to start production including all PERMITS.
21/1/2020
22:36
moneymaker2015: Costa, no one would go near ORM with a barge pole! There’s a reason why the mcap has plummeted in the last two weeks. That €6m is only just over £5m. By the time they’ve paid taxes, fees and debtors, you would be lucky to get your money back at the current share price. I put a cheeky £500 in there 6 months ago at 2p and have accepted that as a complete loss. I think you need to do the same.
13/9/2019
13:42
garth: They destroyed trust and came close to dropping the ball earlier in the year. They have now given reason for confidence to be recovered - but that is happening slowly and is being reflected in the share price. It has sneaked its way up 50% over the last couple of months Lee. But lots more ground to retrace. From information posted further up the thread I think its reasonable to assume that we might hear more before the end of the month. But that's just an opinion. G.
23/11/2018
08:49
genierub: Everyone hates my views. Its simple you numbnuts and that guy THELIX on LSE is crying right now. Here is the formula explained - Company released RNS and said Permit has been signed - Company share price went up to over 2p - Ministry of fisheries said there are no permits that he has signed - Company share price fell to close to 1p LOSS OF ALMOST 100% - Ministry guy says, I was speaking to president and there is little confusion - Ministry guy says the public confusion will not have impact on negotiations IF THE PERMITS ARE OFFICIALLY GRANTED WHILST IN SUSPENSION AND THE SUSPENSION IS LIFTED CLEARING THE CONFUSION THEN THE 100% DROP IN SHARE PRICE IS GOING TO GO 100% UP AT THE VERY LEAST. Make sense people? Burn shorters Burn. Lets go AEG
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