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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Centrica Plc LSE:CNA London Ordinary Share GB00B033F229 ORD 6 14/81P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.27 -2.69% 45.86 45.97 46.00 47.66 45.68 47.66 30,053,649 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 22,674.0 -1,104.0 -17.8 - 2,677

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/11/2020
20:22
Nice this evening no envious aspers on the board, maybe due to the fact travel got hammered again.We won't hear from that pathetic clown again ha ha ha
cleverinvester
26/11/2020
16:11
UK coal fired power stations fired back up today... https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/nov/26/british-coal-plants-fired-up-to-meet-temporary-electricity-shortfall
dsrush
26/11/2020
10:19
Absolutely it just looks like aspers hanging round due to jealousy he sold his stock . I am buying more of these guys as plenty of upside.
cleverinvester
26/11/2020
10:11
Https://www.gmb.org.uk/news/first-minister-calls-centrica-take-threat-off-table
grupo guitarlumber
26/11/2020
10:02
Tired of you guys posting infantile mostly uninformative posts only information to make buy,hold or sell dicisions please or get filtered YOU KNOW IT MAKES SENSE
grupo guitarlumber
26/11/2020
09:56
Aspers You do realise you have made a total clown of yourself when you announced you sold up, and where moving to travel?There all getting hammered today, shows what s fool you are
cleverinvester
26/11/2020
08:25
Ammu12 I was thinking that myself, if I sold up I would be long gone. Clearly does have an emotional attachment, Would explain why aspers lost so much money.Aspers should stay out of shares for aspers own good.No wonder aspers losses are big. Aspers probably needs help.
cleverinvester
26/11/2020
08:06
Aspers it's best if you let go centrica. Looks like you are emotionally attached to this share. Never ever get emotionally attached to any shares...Good luck with your other shares i am sure you'll do well.
ammu12
26/11/2020
08:00
Aspers not worried about the delay at all especially when we know about the sale about to go through.Ask yourself how could you sell your holding at a massive loss and stay on the board showboating,Your embarrassing, but I suspect you will go into hiding once the share price rockets.You pathetic clown.
cleverinvester
26/11/2020
07:52
Probably hoping to confirm final clearance for Direct Energy sale with statement.
bookbroker
26/11/2020
07:52
Centrica : 25 Nov 2020 Belgium's biggest battery park set to open in 2021 Company11/25/2020 | 07:41pm GMTshare with twittershare with LinkedInshare with facebook25 November 2020 Belgium's biggest battery park set to open in 2021Centrica Business Solutions set to optimise new virtual power plant to act as environmentally friendly back up to the grid in Belgium.EStor-Lux is set to establish Belgium's largest battery park in Bastogne in a partnership with Centrica Business Solutions which will be responsible for the operating and enhancing the revenue received from the batteries.The battery park will function as a virtual power plant, making efficient use of the available supply on the high-voltage grid and discharging the power when demand threatens to outstrip supply.The 10MW/20MWh battery is under construction by EStor-Lux (a joint venture between Rent-a-Port, Idelux, Socofe and SRIW) and will be the first battery park of its kind in the Walloon region of Southern Belgium, and the biggest in Belgium. It will be operational from mid-2021.This battery park is a response to the flexible capacity needs of Elia, the operator of the high-voltage electricity network in Belgium. Centrica will be able to make the 'virtual power plant' available as part of the secondary reserve, which helps balance the frequency of the grid, which is necessary to guarantee its stability. The battery acts as a buffer and allows electricity to be injected or absorbed from the grid as required.The battery will play an essential and innovative role in the efficient management of renewable electricity supply and demand. It allows the production of renewable energy to be flexible, by storing surplus production during off-peak hours and making it available to the network during major consumption peaks. Uniquely, the battery will form part of a larger 'virtual power plant', connecting virtually to large industrial businesses such as LafargeHolcim, Sappi and Foamglas. Once the battery has reached its full capacity, industrial sites can be called upon to utilise the stored energy. Conversely, when the battery needs energy, Centrica can coordinate the energy consumption of industrial players by asking them to slightly reduce their energy consumption temporarily.'We are convinced that these new battery-based and CO2 emissions-free 'virtual power plants' will continue to be developed in Belgium. They are perfectly in line with Elia's ambition to gradually open the various electricity markets to demand management. The optimisation of 'virtual power plants' allows for a valorisation on multiple flexible energy markets. It represents a unique opportunity for investors.'Arno van Mourik, International Director at Centrica Business Solutions'This project represents a real step forward in the energy transition by demonstrating the full competitiveness of batteries as an alternative to thermal power plants. Centrica contributed greatly to the feasibility of the project. The service goes far beyond simple access to flexibility markets and includes significant performance guarantees from Centrica. Our teams enjoyed working together to develop this highly innovative project.'Bruno Vanderschueren, Director of EStor-LuxMichael PullanT: 07557 619446E: Michael.Pullan@centrica.com
ammu12
26/11/2020
07:52
Centrica : 25 Nov 2020 Belgium's biggest battery park set to open in 2021 Company11/25/2020 | 07:41pm GMTshare with twittershare with LinkedInshare with facebook25 November 2020 Belgium's biggest battery park set to open in 2021Centrica Business Solutions set to optimise new virtual power plant to act as environmentally friendly back up to the grid in Belgium.EStor-Lux is set to establish Belgium's largest battery park in Bastogne in a partnership with Centrica Business Solutions which will be responsible for the operating and enhancing the revenue received from the batteries.The battery park will function as a virtual power plant, making efficient use of the available supply on the high-voltage grid and discharging the power when demand threatens to outstrip supply.The 10MW/20MWh battery is under construction by EStor-Lux (a joint venture between Rent-a-Port, Idelux, Socofe and SRIW) and will be the first battery park of its kind in the Walloon region of Southern Belgium, and the biggest in Belgium. It will be operational from mid-2021.This battery park is a response to the flexible capacity needs of Elia, the operator of the high-voltage electricity network in Belgium. Centrica will be able to make the 'virtual power plant' available as part of the secondary reserve, which helps balance the frequency of the grid, which is necessary to guarantee its stability. The battery acts as a buffer and allows electricity to be injected or absorbed from the grid as required.The battery will play an essential and innovative role in the efficient management of renewable electricity supply and demand. It allows the production of renewable energy to be flexible, by storing surplus production during off-peak hours and making it available to the network during major consumption peaks. Uniquely, the battery will form part of a larger 'virtual power plant', connecting virtually to large industrial businesses such as LafargeHolcim, Sappi and Foamglas. Once the battery has reached its full capacity, industrial sites can be called upon to utilise the stored energy. Conversely, when the battery needs energy, Centrica can coordinate the energy consumption of industrial players by asking them to slightly reduce their energy consumption temporarily.'We are convinced that these new battery-based and CO2 emissions-free 'virtual power plants' will continue to be developed in Belgium. They are perfectly in line with Elia's ambition to gradually open the various electricity markets to demand management. The optimisation of 'virtual power plants' allows for a valorisation on multiple flexible energy markets. It represents a unique opportunity for investors.'Arno van Mourik, International Director at Centrica Business Solutions'This project represents a real step forward in the energy transition by demonstrating the full competitiveness of batteries as an alternative to thermal power plants. Centrica contributed greatly to the feasibility of the project. The service goes far beyond simple access to flexibility markets and includes significant performance guarantees from Centrica. Our teams enjoyed working together to develop this highly innovative project.'Bruno Vanderschueren, Director of EStor-LuxMichael PullanT: 07557 619446E: Michael.Pullan@centrica.com
ammu12
26/11/2020
07:50
Cleverinvestor......stop showing yourself up for what you are and let other investors make their own decisions. As fir my travel shares well my placing in IAG at 88p now doing very well at 170, and my placings 9 for 1 in SAGA at 12p were also showing a 100% gain prior to shifting some of my old CNA money in there on Tuesday. My initial purchase of CCL on Tuesday already up 7% so this clown is quite happy. As for a trading update here, ask yourself why the delay? I am sure this dog has turned but sadly it bit me too many times in the past. Good luck and maybe in the future think about what you post.....some folk may be a bit mire sensitive than me. FUD
aspers
26/11/2020
07:25
Centrica : 25 Nov 2020 Belgium's biggest battery park set to open in 2021 Company11/25/2020 | 07:41pm GMTshare with twittershare with LinkedInshare with facebook25 November 2020 Belgium's biggest battery park set to open in 2021Centrica Business Solutions set to optimise new virtual power plant to act as environmentally friendly back up to the grid in Belgium.EStor-Lux is set to establish Belgium's largest battery park in Bastogne in a partnership with Centrica Business Solutions which will be responsible for the operating and enhancing the revenue received from the batteries.The battery park will function as a virtual power plant, making efficient use of the available supply on the high-voltage grid and discharging the power when demand threatens to outstrip supply.The 10MW/20MWh battery is under construction by EStor-Lux (a joint venture between Rent-a-Port, Idelux, Socofe and SRIW) and will be the first battery park of its kind in the Walloon region of Southern Belgium, and the biggest in Belgium. It will be operational from mid-2021.This battery park is a response to the flexible capacity needs of Elia, the operator of the high-voltage electricity network in Belgium. Centrica will be able to make the 'virtual power plant' available as part of the secondary reserve, which helps balance the frequency of the grid, which is necessary to guarantee its stability. The battery acts as a buffer and allows electricity to be injected or absorbed from the grid as required.The battery will play an essential and innovative role in the efficient management of renewable electricity supply and demand. It allows the production of renewable energy to be flexible, by storing surplus production during off-peak hours and making it available to the network during major consumption peaks. Uniquely, the battery will form part of a larger 'virtual power plant', connecting virtually to large industrial businesses such as LafargeHolcim, Sappi and Foamglas. Once the battery has reached its full capacity, industrial sites can be called upon to utilise the stored energy. Conversely, when the battery needs energy, Centrica can coordinate the energy consumption of industrial players by asking them to slightly reduce their energy consumption temporarily.'We are convinced that these new battery-based and CO2 emissions-free 'virtual power plants' will continue to be developed in Belgium. They are perfectly in line with Elia's ambition to gradually open the various electricity markets to demand management. The optimisation of 'virtual power plants' allows for a valorisation on multiple flexible energy markets. It represents a unique opportunity for investors.'Arno van Mourik, International Director at Centrica Business Solutions'This project represents a real step forward in the energy transition by demonstrating the full competitiveness of batteries as an alternative to thermal power plants. Centrica contributed greatly to the feasibility of the project. The service goes far beyond simple access to flexibility markets and includes significant performance guarantees from Centrica. Our teams enjoyed working together to develop this highly innovative project.'Bruno Vanderschueren, Director of EStor-LuxMichael PullanT: 07557 619446E: Michael.Pullan@centrica.com
ammu12
26/11/2020
06:35
Recent JP Morgan upgrade: JP Morgan said Centrica shares were in "deep value territory" as the bank upgraded its rating on the energy company to 'overweight'. "Centrica shares are trading in deep value territory," Garrido wrote in a note to clients. "Business simplification and material restructuring … should bring stability, if not growth, to the core. The risk/reward is clearly skewed to the upside and therefore we upgrade to OW [overweight]," Garrido said he expected full-year results for 2020 to be the main catalyst for the shares. Sales of exploration and production and nuclear businesses should remove volatility and help drive a rerating too, he said.
hamhamham1
25/11/2020
22:59
Aspers It's not a dog, your just envious watching us making nice money. My average is so low here. Yours must be very high cause your moaning you lost money.Very poor invester, missed the boat here and your a bit late for travel stocks as many are already up 70+%You pathetic clown
cleverinvester
25/11/2020
22:51
Cleverinvester.......not bitter at all, very happy with the top ups in my travel shares...as I said before, this dog cost me dearly so it was time to move on. As for a clown....maybe you should read some of your posts and you will realise who is the clown.
aspers
25/11/2020
22:41
Aspers has anyone ever told your very bitter. I understand why your bitter, If I was holding Centrica for years and then I announced I sold up and the share price starts rising,I would feel like a right idiot.I think you should run along back to your travel stocks. I'm embarrassed for youPathetic Clown
cleverinvester
25/11/2020
21:00
but will it, can it get to 51p in short order Https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/CENTRICA-PLC-9590112/ Only time will tell
florenceorbis
25/11/2020
20:26
What kind of idiot sells the day a few days before a rise (aspers) What a pathetic clown
cleverinvester
25/11/2020
20:04
seems well undervalued. but for how long
the grumpy old men
25/11/2020
20:01
IS IT HEADING TOWARDS THE 51p resistence
the grumpy old men
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