Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Greencoat Uk Wind Plc LSE:UKW London Ordinary Share GB00B8SC6K54 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 147.00p 146.80p 147.20p 148.80p 146.60p 147.00p 2,907,440 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 232.2 200.7 18.5 7.9 1,815

Greencoat Uk Wind Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/3/2014
08:22
Yes, I read that and felt I was a bit overweight in this sector. I've sold my UKW but kept the TRIG. A pity, as the yield was so good.
jonwig
03/3/2014
00:09
Wind farm earnings hit by plans to freeze carbon tax http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/energy/10670396/Wind-farm-earnings-hit-by-plans-to-freeze-carbon-tax.html Companies likely to be affected include Greencoat UK Wind, whose prospectus ahead of the flotation last year highlighted how wind farms stood to benefit from the carbon tax, and The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG), which owns wind and solar farms and said in its results last week that it would see a slight reduction in NAV per share if the tax were frozen.
stockonomist
29/1/2014
09:59
ex-div 3p http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2014/article/60763403
rustle2
29/1/2014
09:37
Any reason for the big fall today ?
bench2
03/1/2014
13:14
Thanks Dave, that makes sense and stirs a memory of reading that before.
rustle2
03/1/2014
12:10
My understanding is that we will start with a 6p annual dividend paid as 3p each half year. The interim last September was pro rata for the opening 3 months
daveofdevon
03/1/2014
11:36
I'm confused by the company website. Their financial calendar has two interim dividend payments Feb 2014 and Aug 2014. We had an interim in Sep 2013 of 1.5p. So in Feb 2014 we expect a FINAL dividend of 4.5p to achieve the stated aim of 6.0p. Is this right or am I just confused by the terms?
rustle2
14/12/2013
17:26
Yes, reflects the poorer sentiment on green energy over the last few months. Still a successful fund raising though.
topvest
13/12/2013
08:52
£83m (gross) raised against target of £135m max.
jonwig
16/11/2013
08:19
Yes, I agree ROC accreditation is safeguarded. Its future projects at risk a couple of years down the track. I really can't see much impact as we need solar and wind assets to improve the renewable mix. It's the ECO programme that is really expensive as that's effectively a £1 for £1 pass through on customer bills for money spent now. This is the loft insulation and other associated subsidy schemes. Much of this is forcing spend above a natural economic rate in my view and could easily be halved, without too much impact.
topvest
15/11/2013
21:26
I will take up the open offer entitlement. I don't think there is any real danger of subsidies being withdrawn here or on solar assets. It's the ridiculously expensive ECO scheme that is going to get pegged back a tad in my view as that has the biggest impact on customer bills.
topvest
15/11/2013
07:20
Fundraising as expected: http://www.investegate.co.uk/greencoat-uk-wind--ukw-/rns/proposed-equity-capital-raise/201311150700091037T/ Open Offer 1:2 at 102.5p with opportunity to apply for excess. Wind farms haven't quite the attraction they had earlier in the year. I suppose they'll get this away, but I can't see much enthusiasm. ҉
jonwig
09/11/2013
19:29
Why? All seems pretty positive here.
topvest
09/11/2013
09:31
Didn't manage to read the RNS yesterday. That news surely was not welcomed.
metier9
08/11/2013
13:07
one on my watch list jez may issue half the value of co. in shares to clear debt...what price 90p?
ronan7
25/10/2013
11:56
I don't if it still has the covenant about closing the fund and selling the assets when the price is 20% below the NAV. At least we have a stop loss as such!
metier9
25/10/2013
11:09
Yep...dear oh dear I am starting to lose the plot
daveofdevon
25/10/2013
10:14
Dave - wasn't it 1.5p? (xd 28/08, paid 20/09)
jonwig
25/10/2013
09:43
Since the peak in August the fall has been just under 5p. During that time the shares went XD for 3p which explains the major part of the drop.
daveofdevon
25/10/2013
07:34
It seems to be general amongst similar funds - maybe some uncertainty about future onshore wind farms - Tories don't like them. Subsidies for existing farms will continue, but new ones will be hard to find.
jonwig
24/10/2013
21:48
Any idea why price is slipping back towards 103p?
bench2
14/10/2013
10:48
Hi Jonwig, here the news link http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2013/article/57419350
hindsight
10/10/2013
13:30
Sorry - I don't understand what you mean by "geared up the VCT". I haven't read anything about that.
jonwig
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