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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 0.38% 132.00 395,701 11:55:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
131.50 132.00 132.00 131.00 131.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.74 24.52 6.25 21.1 807
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:20:13 O 9,500 131.6902 GBX

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Bluefield Solar Income Daily Update: Bluefield Solar Income Fund Limited is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BSIF. The last closing price for Bluefield Solar Income was 131.50p.
Bluefield Solar Income Fund Limited has a 4 week average price of 130p and a 12 week average price of 130p.
The 1 year high share price is 138.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 116.60p.
There are currently 611,452,217 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 791,462 shares. The market capitalisation of Bluefield Solar Income Fund Limited is £807,116,926.44.
gateside: As a result of the fundraise and as BSIF have outperformed many other companies recently, at the next quarterly review, which is on 1st September, BSIF look like a certainty to be promoted to the FTSE250 for the first to me.
masurenguy: 18BT - I like the sector and have just spread the investment over 3 companies to mitigate any individual risk and to capture the variation in yield. This sector accounts for circa 26% of my investment ISA fund but circa 70% is in BSIF and around 15% apiece in the other two funds. When I first invested in BSIF over 5 years ago, the yield was higher than FSFL and NESF but having entered the latter two at just under and over 100p last year their yield is now marginally higher than BSIF.
masurenguy: Over the past 6 months L & G have sold circa 23m shares as they gradually exited their holding in BSIF and now they are completely out. This could clear a hangover that capped the price increase to just 8% over that period compared to 14% at FSFL and 10% at NESF (both of which I also hold).
a0002577: No, tournesol, they are not. Mostly this is down to the PPAs they have in place where they have sold the electricity forward at a fixed price. Remember also that BSIF is a fund which owns a number of solar farms all of which are separate businesses in their own right- You will have to read the Annual Report to see where they make their profits. TRy and
allan08: Naive question but -is the share price just going to drop to 130p in-line with the subscription offer price?
a0002577: There are three major solar ITs : BISF, FSFL, NESF : all formed in 2013 or 2014 BSIF Div = 8.12 Yr MIN MAX 2014 101.25 106.00 2015 98.50 110.25 2016 95.00 108.38 2017 106.50 118.25 2018 111.00 125.50 2019 122.75 142.00 2020 105.50 145.50 2021 116.60 136.00 2022 121.00 133.75 FSFL Div = 7.12 Yr MIN MAX 2014 98.00 107.63 2015 98.75 104.75 2016 91.75 107.25 2017 102.50 113.25 2018 102.50 114.00 2019 108.50 127.00 2020 91.00 125.50 2021 93.50 104.50 2022 98.80 122.00 NESF DIV= 7.52 Yr MIN MAX 2014 101.00 106.25 2015 97.75 109.25 2016 92.25 109.75 2017 105.25 116.00 2018 107.50 115.00 2019 112.00 125.00 2020 87.60 126.50 2021 96.50 107.40 2022 99.60 113.80 They all tend to move up and down in price together unless there is a placing in the offing. I tend to hold all three but do trade between them to gain a little when one or more falls out of line with the other two. I do not hold BSIF at the moment - considering FSFL and NESF to have more upside.
fordtin: IG sent an email on Friday containing the following; ---------------- "We’re pleased to let you know that we’ve made some improvements to the way clients with share dealing and ISA accounts elect to participate in rights issues and open offers. You can now manage the process independently – that is, without having to contact us via phone or email – thanks to the new election portal in My IG. To learn more about the updated process, you can refer to our step-by-step guide or consult our FAQs. Please note: the new election method is currently unavailable on CFD and spread betting accounts but is due to be added for them later this year, at which time we’ll notify all affected clients." ------------- Following the link provided in the email resulted with; "You’ll see active rights issues and open offers here. Currently there are none affecting your portfolio. We’ll email you about upcoming events" hTTps:// -------------------- As BSIF's placing is already live, It doesn't seem as though they'll be time for IG to include it in their new portal. "The Placing is expected to close at 12.00 p.m. (London time) on Wednesday, 25 May 2022, but may close earlier or later at the absolute discretion of the Company (subject only to the consent of Numis). "
masurenguy: Acquisition and Placing ! Bluefield Solar Income Fund Limited: Significant acquisition of a 93.2MWp UK-based solar and wind portfolio. Expansion of RCF and Proposed Issue Launch of Placing and Offer for Subscription Highlights -- 64.9 MWp portfolio of 15 solar assets -- 28.3 MWp portfolio of 4 wind assets -- c.57% proportion of fixed and regulated revenues projected from the portfolio -- Equity consideration of £112.4m -- Enlarged and fully drawn revolving credit facility of £200m with RBSi & Santander -- Proposed issue of New Ordinary Shares at 130p per share through a Placing and Offer for Subscription Bluefield Solar (LON: BSIF), the income fund focused on acquiring and managing UK-based renewable energy and storage assets, is pleased to announce the acquisition of a 93.2 megawatt peak ( " MWp " ) operational solar and wind portfolio from a UK based fund manager (the "Acquisition") and its intention to raise new equity capital under the Company's existing placing programme, together with an offer for subscription. As detailed in the Prospectus, the Company will raise new equity through the placing (the "Placing") of new Ordinary Shares (the "New Ordinary Shares") at a price of 130 pence per New Ordinary Share (the "Issue Price"). In addition, the Company is proposing to raise up to the Sterling equivalent of EUR8 million pursuant to an offer for subscription (the "Offer for Subscription" and together with the Placing, the "Issue"). The Issue Price of 130p per New Ordinary Share represents a premium of 4.0% to the Company's ex-dividend net asset value per share ("NAV") as at 31 March 2022 (adjusted to reflect the second interim dividend of 2.03 pence which will be paid to shareholders on the register as at 13 May 2022) and a discount of 5.8% to the closing share price as at 10 May 2022. The proceeds raised will be used to pay down the Company's Revolving Credit Facility, which is now fully drawn at £200m as at 10 May 2022, and to provide additional resources to pursue the Company's investment pipeline.
masurenguy: Questor also noted that renewables contributed 42% of the UK’s electricity production in Q1 this year, which is likely to increase through further investment in the sector. ESG investment has doubled over the past year, which provides ongoing support to the BSIF share price and its current 10% premium to NAV. The relatively stable high dividend yield could prove attractive if inflation rises and interest rates remain low and therefore recommends BSIF as a Buy ahead of the results that are due tommorrow.
tartshagger: BSIF share price has resistance at ~137p and support at ~127p. It's been moving sideways in a rectangle since March. Eventually it will break one way or the other, assuming it's not a triple top and it breaks upwards the target would be about 147p. If it breaks downwards and reaches 117p ish, that would be a strong buy.
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