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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bluefield Solar Income Fund Limited LSE:BSIF London Ordinary Share GG00BB0RDB98 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.20 -0.95% 125.00 125.20 126.00 126.00 126.00 126.00 223,284 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.7 28.2 7.6 16.4 509

Bluefield Solar Income Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/5/2021
16:44
I tend to use my relatively small BSIF stake to more than pay off trading fees across all my holdings. Small minded, I know but a steady return is most welcome.
zero the hero
06/5/2021
10:15
I suppose de linking the dividend from rpi has spooked investors who were using bluefield as an inflation hedge. But I'm sure it will pay a decent dividend in any event. It does need a new model as the original investment model relied on the fit payment system that is not used in new instalations so has stopped growth. So now other green energy projects provide better return for investment so it makes sense to change the investment policy, and to financially support the new policy it might need to trim the dividend growth.
stevegrass777
05/5/2021
08:33
Welcome confirmation of the 8p dividend. Sadly more than wiped out by the recent share price fall.
mikealig
05/5/2021
07:08
As anticipated in post #354 above. Unaudited Quarterly Valuation 31 March 2021 and Second Interim Dividend Bluefield Solar (LON: BSIF), a sterling income fund that invests in UK-based solar assets, announces its net asset value ('NAV') as at 31 March 2021, and the Company's second interim dividend for the current financial year, which ends on 30 June 2021. Unless otherwise noted herein, the information provided in this announcement is unaudited. A second interim dividend of 2.00 pence per Ordinary Share (April 2020: 1.95 pence per Ordinary Share) will be payable to shareholders on the register as at 14 May 2021 with an associated ex-dividend date of 13 May 2021 and a payment date of 4 June 2021. Dividends declared to date for the current financial year now stand at 4.00 pence per Ordinary Share. The Company's unaudited NAV as at 31 March 2021 was GBP460.5 million, or 113.14 pence per Ordinary Share, compared to the unaudited NAV as at 31 December 2020 of GBP476.7 million, or 117.12 pence per Ordinary Share. The Board is pleased to reconfirm its guidance of a full year dividend of 8.00 pence per Ordinary Share for the financial year ending 30 June 2021 (2020: 7.90 pence). This is expected to be covered by earnings and is post debt amortisation.
masurenguy
04/5/2021
15:41
I've held this share for quite a few years now and they've generally put out a statement before the end of April regarding the second interim dividend. Nothing this year and a significant increase in daily volume coupled with a drop in the share price Something stinks here! The company needs to clarify what's going on.
mikealig
01/5/2021
16:09
hxxps://quoteddata.com/research/bluefield-solar-income-fund-on-the-offensive-QD/ Useful paid for overview - prepared on the company's behalf
novision
01/5/2021
06:44
Re the recent fall... Another placing on the cards for an amended investment acquisition ?, or pay down debt ?...or a result of the change in dividend policy..? This from July last year.... htTps://www.investegate.co.uk/bluefield-solar-inco--bsif-/rns/notice-of-egm/202006190700054289Q/ 2. AMENDED INVESTMENT POLICY For the reasons set out in section 3 below, the Company is proposing to amend its investment objective (the Investment Objective) and investment policy (the Investment Policy) to broaden the mandate to allow for not more than 25 per cent. of the Gross Asset Value (GAV) to be invested into other renewable energy assets and energy storage assets. Within this 25 per cent. allocation, up to 10 per cent. of the GAV may be invested in assets outside the UK. In addition, up to 5 per cent. of the GAV may be invested into UK solar development opportunities. At the same time the Board is also proposing that the Company should de-link its dividend target from RPI and that it should henceforth adopt a progressive dividend policy. All other material terms remain the same. It is proposed that, if the Investment Policy Proposal is approved, the new Investment Objective and Investment Policy of the Company will be as follows and will be deemed to be effective from 1 July 2020:
sawney
30/4/2021
14:57
Second quarterly dividend of 2p should be announced next week and I'm expecting 8p for the full year. With todays offer @124p that's a 6.45% yield for any new investor !
masurenguy
30/4/2021
13:39
I guess the fact that they've not announced the second interim dividend yet has spooked the market. Always thought that their income was stable and pretty much guaranteed by contractual commitments so not sure why this should be an issue.
mikealig
28/4/2021
17:01
Only £5k, but good for sentiment at 123p. More importantly, fund raising can't be coming as otherwise he couldn't have traded.
18bt
28/4/2021
13:51
Well director buying should reverse yesterday's dip
robertspc1
27/4/2021
14:44
Not quite the same as BSIF - but GLO also tanked this morning and is now just in the blue
williamcooper104
27/4/2021
13:20
TRIG's price started to decline at about 10:30 half an hour behind BSIF. Maybe it's BSIF that has spooked the sector.
voci
27/4/2021
13:08
BSIF's financial calendar has a dividend announcement in April. Getting towards end of month and as yet no announcement forthcoming. Could there be a problem/change of policy with the dividend?
voci
27/4/2021
13:06
Some of the other renewables went down 1 to 2% around 10.30am the same time as BSIF fell. Something spooked the sector.
gateside
27/4/2021
13:05
Broadly, quite a lot of large sales went through before 11am. Interesting to see whether any disclosable changes.
18bt
27/4/2021
12:53
It is strange to see such fluctuations in a share like this especially when there is not much movement elsewhere in the renewables sector. If you had purchased some of these at around 10:30 this morning you would now be about 4% up. Weird.
voci
27/4/2021
11:14
BSIF has maintained quite a large premium rating vs Foresight and Nextenergy Solar . Well deserved as it was a first mover in Solar with clear strategy and good execution . Both Foresight and Next are just below issue price with no NAV growth .
bench2
27/4/2021
11:02
Interim results presentation published on website today and interim report but I don't think they are new and I don't see any bombshells there. hxxps://bluefieldsif.com/investors/
rustle2
27/4/2021
10:42
That article is dated from 2 days ago. And as other solar funds are holding up, maybe it's something else in addition.
gateside
27/4/2021
10:40
Not holding but nearly bought yesterday at 129pI'll let the dust settle and see how this pans out.
gateside
27/4/2021
10:39
Unless someone feels they have to sell out: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/apr/23/revealed-uk-solar-projects-using-panels-from-firms-linked-to-xinjiang-forced-labour But would have thought that would have been across the board rather than BSIF specific. I don't know who used which panels.
rustle2
27/4/2021
10:36
Only seems to be BSIF so maybe just a leak of a fundraise?
rustle2
27/4/2021
10:32
6% drop What's going on?
gateside
02/3/2021
07:38
Given the period covered, I found the interims reassuring. The recovery in base load prices and BSIF's ability to achieve more than the average daily rate is encouraging. Irradiation slightly down, but avg power prices higher than forecast, so slightly higher overall. The piepline of subsidy-free new solar assets provides a decent growth story. The large section from the manager on value-enhancements initiatives is well worth reading. Roughly 2/3rds of additional life planning proposals agreed (with 1000% success), but that leaves 1/3 to go - helpfully the effect of that is quantified - a further 2.9pps. They have floated the idea of some long term corporate power contracts which could de-risk some future earnings. Surely proper carbon pricing must form part of Rishi's green/revenue-raising strategy which could be (though not necessarily) very advantageous for the company.
18bt
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