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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
  1.00 0.74% 136.00 135.80 136.20 136.20 134.60 134.80 2,160,138 13:36:34
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 89.2 43.3 3.1 43.3 2,065

Greencoat Uk Wind Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/11/2014
12:34
Anyone else got any up to date views??
qs99
13/11/2014
08:28
recent director buying alerted me to this share. near 6% yield looks great, green industry attractive, profitable and keeping a lid on leverage..."interesting opportunities" were being investigated a while back, so hopefully some news flow to come as well...
qs99
31/8/2014
08:18
ygor the philosophy of this company is to maintain above inflation income over the long term as opposed to short term capital gains. Given that bank saver deposit rates are around 1%, the return of 6% + inflation(on launch price) has got to be the rationale for investing here.
whum
29/8/2014
17:36
New high today.................we're moving at last!
ygor706
23/8/2014
19:41
Yes a fundraise is likely, but most likely an open offer rather than a rights issue. They are doing all the right things in my view. I would happily invest more as I think this is one of the best energy funds.
topvest
23/8/2014
17:45
There is talk of another rights issue here to fund the recently announced acquisition. This is a safe enough policy but will hardly cause the share price to make any progress. I believe that the group is allowed to gear itself up to 50%: personally, I would prefer to see gearing employed to push the share price along a bit further before having to cough up more equity.
ygor706
09/4/2014
14:03
forgot to add, the Scottish referendum is also an unknown quantity as it accounts for 22% of the installed capacity
whum
09/4/2014
13:59
how is the goverments proposed stance on halting onshore wind development going to affect earnings and future growth prospects
whum
28/3/2014
23:03
If SSE is selling £1bn of renewables that looks good for UKW.
cyfran101
10/3/2014
07:27
Annual results are due on the 24th Marchhttp://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2014/article/61380194?xref=newsalert
jonburney
08/3/2014
12:17
I hold my Greencoat in the Halifax online account, so have it on automatic dividend reinvestment. So hopefully the old trick of reinvesting my the divis works out a good long term strategy.
bothdavis
07/3/2014
14:35
The expectation was that income (and hence NAV) would be indexed in some fashion. Now it's possible it will be, after a shift downwards from lower subsidies. Essentially I think renewables are a sound investment proposition, but not so big a slice of ones portfolio. E Europe events have skewed the arguments in favour of wind and solar.
jonwig
07/3/2014
13:51
Hrmm I've been in this since the IPO but I'm starting to wonder if this share actually has anywhere to go...
jonburney
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
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