Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gore Street Energy Storage Fund Plc LSE:GSF London Ordinary Share GB00BG0P0V73 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.00 2.73% 113.00 8,894,769 16:35:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
109.50 110.00 111.00 109.50 110.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments -1.03 -3.38 312
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:53:49 O 194,714 113.00 GBX

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Gore Street Energy Storage Daily Update: Gore Street Energy Storage Fund Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GSF. The last closing price for Gore Street Energy Storage was 110p.
Gore Street Energy Storage Fund Plc has a 4 week average price of 104.50p and a 12 week average price of 102p.
The 1 year high share price is 114p while the 1 year low share price is currently 95p.
There are currently 276,224,622 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,368,165 shares. The market capitalisation of Gore Street Energy Storage Fund Plc is £312,133,822.86.
spectoacc: Noticed NESF this morning the latest to pivot more to battery storage - aiming for c.10%. Is only going to help GSF NAV, even if it bids prices up longer term.
rambutan2: Recent rise helped by index buying as gained promotion into the FTSE All-Share via the annual review. Takes effect from 21 June.
pob69: New video presentation hTTps://
spectoacc: Seemed very positive this morning: "Gore Street's 300MW in exclusivity represents an extraordinary opportunity for the Company to acquire nationally significant energy storage assets in the UK at a competitive price through the Investment Manager's leading contact network as a highly regarded first mover. We expect to update the market in due course with our further progress in relation to the pipeline and expanding our portfolio."" Ungeared IRR "10-12%".
pob69: Interesting coverage "...Gore Street Energy Storage (GSF) believes it can double in size again in the next year, as a ramp-up in renewable energy generation creates an increasing need to balance the grid. " hTTps://
insanityideas: Wait long enough and you might be able to pick these up on the open market for very similar price to the primarybid offer. Buy straight into your ISA and save on the Halifax fees and extra complication of buying on two platforms and doing a transfer in.Certainly worth plugging the fees and your desired number of shares into a spreadsheet and seeing what market price makes breakeven (I can't remember off top of my head if Halifax charge a fixed fee or percentage fee, but I presume it would include their standard trading fee).Set a limit buy order in your Halifax account if you don't want to watch the price all the time (this order type is free to use in their Iweb ISA account). Most of these 'renewable funds' generally dip to at or near the placing price at some point during the placing period.
lageraemia: Agreed, I'm not expecting spectacular, but the dividend is healthy to say the least, and a couple of years or more of slightly growing NAV and income should really light a modest fire under the share price.
johnbower: I don't think the share price drop is due to the dilution. In this instance the new capital structure should have been immediately incorporated into the share price from announcement? I suspect profit taking from those allocated shares.
ironpyrites: Hi CWA1 I too have been looking at these. I have been wanting to add an IT in the sub-sector ‘renewable energy infrastructure’ to my portfolio. Gresham House Energy Storage (GRID) have recently issued new shares. The Issue Price represented a discount of approximately 4.5% to the closing share price of 110.0 pence on 9 November 2020 and a premium of approximately 4.2% to the last reported NAV of 100.77 pence as at 30 September 2020. This offering was over subscribed: ‘The Initial Tranche has successfully raised gross proceeds of £120 million through the issue of 114,285,714 ordinary shares of 1 pence each in the capital of the Company (the "New Ordinary Shares") at an Issue Price of 105 pence per New Ordinary Share.’ There was a scaling back of applications. This bodes well for Gore. GSF and GRID offer very similar energy assets – basically lithium-ion batteries. This is a growth area and the batteries are getting cheaper. Just worth saying that Gore are not specifically wedded to the use of lithium-ion batteries for storage and state that they are ‘agnostic’ in their use and will monitor any new storage vehicles if they become viable. Gore’s assets are mainly in Ireland and UK and they have a pipeline of investment opportunities lined up (as did GRID). Gore currently has an active placing (closes 14th December). ‘The Issue Price represents a discount of approximately 7.8 % to the closing middle market share price of 108.5 pence per share on 27 November 2020 and a premium of approximately 3.6 % to the last reported NAV of 96.2 pence as at 30 June 2020.’ The share price has dropped to 106.5p today GSF and GRID offer very similar energy assets – basically lithium-ion batteries. Gore’s are mainly in Ireland and UK Looking at the renewable energy storage sector as a whole the average price premium is in double figures and is the reason I haven’t invested here as yet. I generally try to buy ITs at a discount. As the last NAV for Gore was in June you could argue that the NAV is likely to be higher and quite close to the 100p offer. The other tempting factor is that the yield is 6.6% and shares bought in the placement will attract the full September (quarterly) dividend payment – paid in December. ‘investors in the Initial Issue will be entitled to receive the next quarterly dividend for the period to 30 September 2020, which is expected to be declared around mid-December 2020’ Knock this 1.5p off the issue price and in effect you will be buying the shares close to par. Some might be put off by one of the directors Daniel Mudd being a former CEO and president of Fannie Mae when this big US mortgage company was involved with sub-prime lending in the 2008 crash. More recently he has been CEO of Fortress (Hedge Fund) in New York. I am still mulling this one over but if you are interested you need to register on Primary Bid hxxps:// to apply for the offer. Regards Iron
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