Getech Group Plc

1.25 (10.0%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Getech Group Plc GTC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
1.25 10.0% 13.75 10:24:22
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
12.50 12.50 13.75 13.75 12.50
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Getech GTC Dividends History

No dividends issued between 09 Jun 2013 and 09 Jun 2023

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Posted at 24/5/2023 11:38 by 5oletrader
The inaugural @InnovationZero Conference kicks off this morning, with @maxbrouwers, #GTC Chief Business Development Officer hosting a talk on the Green Stage at 10:30am!Join Max to find out more about how Getech can help decarbonise your business operations.#InnovationZero
Posted at 04/5/2023 17:26 by yump
GTC hasn't really had a proper Icarus moment yet, so perhaps this is the start. I don't count the previous 40p !
Posted at 18/4/2023 14:45 by tomboyb

Green tech List for 2023 -

GTC added -

Posted at 06/4/2023 09:44 by yump
Plenty happening in the space. Octopus just set up joint H2 electrolysis venture with Renewable Energy Systems. I just hope GTC are not too small. At the moment its difficult to know if H2 Green have any knowledge, research or experience or something else that actually has a value.

Or is it that most work in the green Hydrogen area is very new, so very few organisations have a significant track record ?

Posted at 15/2/2023 08:24 by yump
To be fair, their timing was poor with those acquisitions, as exploration took a long dive just afterwards.

Hopefully they’ll get someone who talks straight and doesn’t claim GTC is a “champion̶1; of anything green, until it actually is. I’d be happy if the cliches and the vagueness disappeared. Perhaps someone will tell us what the “ decarbonising solutions” actually are, that GTC is providing.

No more academic style please. Its a small business with lots of potential and it needs a small business driver.

Posted at 28/1/2023 09:50 by yump
One positive is that GTC has very few followers, so if they announce something tangible for the H2 area, the share price could jump to a more sensible level as it did on the initial announcement.

Its clear they are not blowing money all over the place.

Unfortunately, the rest of it seemed like a theoretical plan, so I guess we’ll just have to wait.

Perhaps they’ll specify what the decarbonisation solution is, that is being offered to clients. If its actually a saleable service then presumably it will be put on the website.

The potential investment in an asset also sounded vague. Presumably they have some criteria.

There is surely some proper news coming this year. I noticed Copus mentioned the demolition (sorry I am not going to call it deconstruction) as being an important step, so I currently have an ice pack on my forehead after facepalming myself too hard ;-)

I should say that I left a very large business in the 80’s partly because of all the vague management speak that made it look as if stuff was happening when it wasn’t. So in a small company I absolutely cannot stand any of that - its completely out of place.

GTC appears to have ambition, but I can’t figure out what form its taking in practice.

Posted at 27/1/2023 19:26 by yump
Had a watch. Minimise costs, maximise value. Oddly enough that's what I do with my business and so do my client businesses.

Taking selective investment opportunities at low cost. But we ain't going to get something for nothing are we, so this is reliant on GTC identifying the investment opportunities well. Are they qualified to do that ? - jury out until they actually do an investment and tell us what it is I guess.

The decarbonisation solutions area sounds much more tangible as a revenue earner, plus the hydrogen advisory service. So who has the hydrogen expertise ? Is it Luke Johnson ?

What does a decarbonisation solution actually involve ? Presumably that's a fat report in the way that PWC do reports, charged at an extortionate rate. (Except that GTC actually have the expertise and experience, not just some consultant a few years out of Uni).

Which would be nice.

Posted at 21/1/2023 11:52 by yump
I also found details about the payment terms for the £1mln GTC might pay for H2 Green (including the initial £250,000), but have lost the link.

Not sure the detail has been RNS’d.

From memory there is an amount if H2Green achieves £250K ebitda. There is also a chunk when H2Green gets full commercial funding for a project.

Seeing as H2 Green is part of GTC, I would expect the specific achievements of H2Green and NOT GTC overall to affect these payments.

Quite how that will be reported remains to be seen.

Having researched Johnson, I am still left wondering exactly what assets H2Green had.

Was it just that they or LJ had useful contacts? Nothing was mentioned.

Posted at 10/1/2023 14:51 by bookbroker
The fact of the matter is this company is now worth less than it was prior to the H2 Green deal. Why should any institution have stumped up in the placing at twice the price to see their investment go up in smoke. Next time this company wishes to raise money the appetite is not going to be there. This company was quite capable of generating cash with the Globe programme, and why have none of the directors of H2Green bought stock, H2Green is worthless without support from GTC. For shareholders of GTC that is not acceptable, and I can see that the original supporters of that placing have likely sold and moved on. For existing holders the situation while H2Green remains part of GTC is thoroughly unpalatable, but Copus needs to reassure his existing investors that there is a viable future in this business. While he has been in charge the company has continued south.
Posted at 06/1/2023 12:31 by yump
GTC is involved in the storage and infrastructure for supplying H2, not the generation of H2.

If you look at other tech businesses at the early stage of new plans, they have all gone into the doldrums, up until the point they announce something material.

Many of them don't actually have an existing business, or the set of established contacts that GTC has.

That doesn't excuse the lack of clarity about the future plans, of course, but it does put GTC into perspective.

Perhaps they should have raised £20mln like some others and burnt it at £5mln a year, then they would be trendy.

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