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GRID Gresham House Energy Storage Fund Plc

-1.40 (-2.00%)
Last Updated: 14:40:04
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund Plc LSE:GRID London Ordinary Share GB00BFX3K770 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.40 -2.00% 68.60 68.50 70.50 70.00 68.60 70.00 409,079 14:40:04
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty -100.1M -110.11M -0.1929 -3.56 399.49M
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund Plc is listed in the Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GRID. The last closing price for Gresham House Energy Sto... was 70p. Over the last year, Gresham House Energy Sto... shares have traded in a share price range of 36.90p to 134.80p.

Gresham House Energy Sto... currently has 570,701,073 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Gresham House Energy Sto... is £399.49 million. Gresham House Energy Sto... has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -3.56.

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I think it’s wait time critical the S&P holds 3710 if that fails the bottom could well be a lot lower, all imho
I think you could be right .could be good buying oputinuty soon
Are you saying moemement stock fall and start of a stock market crash
Rolling over now, the solar wind funds are also starting to roll over, in the past when the market leaders start to roll it has led to the big fall , we shall see if it’s a signal once again
Of course there is a delay, dividend announcement was due in August and we are mostly through September. They announced in May we could expect a Q2 dividend announcement in August and they have delayed it, it is 22 Sep and they have not announced it still ... so that is a delay. We might reasonably have expected to go ex-div by now and payment should be imminent according to a normal quarterly schedule ... what is the point of quarterly dividends if they don't pay them quarterly, Q2 slipping in to Q3 at this rate.

Aaaaagh. I was frustrated before and now annoyed that you are making excuses for them. Why! When you spoke to IR did you ask why the rns did not announce what they are prepared to tell enquirers in private?

One of the conditions of the May share issue was that the new shares would qualify for the Q2 dividend and we haven't had it, we haven't even been told when yet. That is not acceptable.

The shareholder-facing Gresham House people need to up their game, communicate reliably and follow a predictable calendar of events. Or investors will lose faith, especially those here for the dividend who rely on the income.

RNS Number : 0519A. Notice for 27th September including webinar for investors. Should be worth signing up for, I reckon.
Investor relations at GRID confirmed to me this morning that audited NAV and dividend declaration are scheduled for 27th. They said there is no delay. Everything going as planned.
H1 results will be a historic half-year report and financials to June ... what we need is a current trading update with income performance, progress on commissioning assets, NAV since June. We were already told roughly the H1 situation in May eg to expect NAV 140-145p at end June.


OK, sorry for shouting, the H1 report may well include all of those things. This rns resolves that there is life at GRID after all following three months of silence, and they are ignoring the expectation of a Q2 dividend announcement overdue since August.

H1 results on 27/09. Should resolve some of the questions raised here recently.
Sold a couple of thousand this morning.....trimming down.

Still think there's a place for these in my income/renewables fund but it was getting a bit big.

A lot of competition now but it is a very big and expanding market.

pavey ark
Just reminded myself that in January GRID said they had 415MW in construction for completion during 2022. Well if there have been no go-lives so far this year then progress must be backing up. Should we be expecting a flurry of NAV-enhancing news, or some slippage into H1 2023 perhaps?

Yes the UK pipeline looks pretty full and funded, but a move in to new international markets (please be the US) will need major funds especially if the move includes operational assets. If GRID can sell stock at a hefty premium to NAV it would make acquiring operational UK assets viable too.

Are there co-investments where GRID can increase its stake? What about investing in existing sites to increase duration 1hr to 2hrs or 4hrs, maybe coupling LFP with flow batteries? What about joint ventures with solar and wind farm developers who are increasingly incorporating storage in their plans? Easy routes to create value.

GRID is so well funded it is able to accelerate the business while others in the sector might be struggling to keep up because suddenly using debt finance at base + 3% not so attractive . Yes it would be tempting to restrain the pace so that income can progress the dividend, but Gresham House earn their money from expanding assets. Heading in to a European winter energy crisis. Go for it.

Do GRID need to raise more money? I had thought that with money from institutional investors and agreed finance deals in place, everything they planned is already fully funded? Not sure taking on more early stage projects at this time would be an entirely good thing. Going flat out for more facilities or into new markets might well detract the management from the commitments they already have coming down the track?
Or the next issue at 175p on its way?
My word, flown through 180p! Profit takers emerging soon? Tempted myself.
GHE are

the excellent asset management parent company responsible for GRID's success


the guys raking in fees for not having to do much while GRID appreciates in value. OK maybe that's not fair, they ran a £150M fundraise at 145p in late May and the share price today is nuzzling 180p


presumably so thrilled with their own performance they have forgotten we are overdue a dividend and will soon be due a NAV / trading report here.

Notwithstanding those gripes, it was interesting to read in GHE's outlook that they are expecting further incremental progress in GRIDs asset value due to commissioning anticipated in H2. But none in H1. "There are a number of projects which are expected to become operational in H2 2022 and we shall update shareholders as this takes place". My foggy brain can't remember which projects are due to go live imminently.

GHE also heralds GRID international expansion. And says it is developing an exclusive renewable + battery storage portfolio using own funds so presumably small ventures on behalf of a new insitutional client ... eh? No longer feeding GRIDs pipeline then, or also working on major opportunities for GRID?

It would be nice to hear something direct and a bit more specific from GRID in these regards.

I can't see any results
Exceptional set of results out again today from GRIDs asset manager Gresham House (GHE). I hold GHE as an added diversifier to my other real assets positions.
GRID will benefit from the high power prices through its last qtr and with so many operational assets its been able cover all the basis unlike HEIT who have nothing operational. In medium term govt seems intent on making renewables get only there CfD price but this won't stop the need for the system services that GRID offer and i'd say trading opportunity will still be there but volatility may reduce.
Agreed. I did take my profits out a couple of days ago at SSE. But I would buy back again there if a good opportunity arose. Perfect environment to be in fossil fuel free energy.
Tempus explaining that it is an awareness of the UK's lack of energy security and GRID's part in helping to solve the peak-demand problem which has spurred the share price onwards and upwards. GRID now trading at a 20%+ premium to the forecast 30 June 2022 NAV of 145p per share.

Still a forecast because GRID has failed to update the market or explain why it is silent despite saying to expect a dividend announcement in August, curiously long overdue. GRID could be waiting to see the detail of how the new government intends to put a lid on extreme energy prices to include the emergency half-hour-ahead services where GRID makes super profit.

Frustrating but hard to get too worked up about it while the share price is still gaining, despite or because of the lack of news.

I wonder if we might now get an exciting combined update later in September, no doubt to include a NAV beat, super trading report and who knows even the long awaited progress in dividend, or maybe news of the next expansion phase and funding round.

In theory we ought to be trimming our holdings because the price looks so expensive and the income has not kept up, and yet the feeling is that there is more good news to come and the conviction that this is the place to be and remain invested right now.

FWIW Tempus in The Times rates GRID a buy today. Myself, I think the premium is already in overheated territory. I am neither buying nor selling.
And NESF have also released an RNS for a new battery storage project today.
I see trig have announced some battery storage projects today.
I was talking about your previous post.
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