Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Harmony Energy Income Trust Plc LSE:HEIT London Ordinary Share GB00BLNNFY18 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 112.00 456,414 08:00:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
111.50 112.50 112.25 112.00 112.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 235
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:52:49 O 125,000 112.00 GBX

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Harmony Energy Income Daily Update: Harmony Energy Income Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HEIT. The last closing price for Harmony Energy Income was 112p.
Harmony Energy Income Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 111.75p and a 12 week average price of 106.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 116.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 99.50p.
There are currently 210,000,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 127,472 shares. The market capitalisation of Harmony Energy Income Trust Plc is £235,200,000.
cc2014: 115p now. That seems about right to me. It's nice when the share price does what it ought to.
frederickbloggs: Looking at the funds raised at Gore Street Energy recently, the recent share price performance at Gresham House Energy, the outlook here looks incredibly positive.
cc2014: With the terrible war in Ukraine any renewable asset must surely be worth a premium right now. I cannot see anyone owning any of these assets selling them unless the price offered is crazy high. Trying to build them now unless there's a contract already signed is going to cost a fortune due to shortage of materials. HEIT is sitting in a good place. It's projects are being built at a cost price agreed way before prices exploded and the finanical rewards will arrive once we exit the construction phase and move into commssioning phase. The market has already anticipated this imho. A few weeks ago HEIT was just 100p to buy, but now 108p. What's going to matter for all the renewable funds is what they can deliver in the next 3-5 years, because Boris can build all the nuclear power he wants but they've got a 10 year lead time. Wind and solar and battery lead times are going way out too because everyone is competing for the same assets. I'm a happy holder of HEIT. I wish I'd bought more.
frederickbloggs: I understand HEIT is only planning a 2% yield for the first year, so limiting the return of your own money. I also own GRID.
petersw1: To me a key difference between GRID and HEIT + GSF is that GRID had sufficient operational assets from the beginning to generate revenue and cover the promised dividend. GSF's dividend was effectively just giving investors their money back and it looks like HEIT will be doing the same for awhile. Having more of a share of the profits from implementing the projects isn't a bad thing though, but it does feel harder to assess form the outside if the NAV increase is fair before the assets are constructed, operational and generating revenue. GRID is reaping rewards for it's scale and for having delivered consistently. HEIT and GSF seem slightly riskier to me, but it is a great area to invest in and greater risk is supposed mean higher potential returns. Personally I'm sticking with GRID, but watching closely.
frederickbloggs: Nice to see a share price starting to tick up from the 100p launch. I guess HEIT is getting on people's radar due to recent success at peers in the industry. Gore Street Energy is raising more money and recent announcements at Gresham House Energy Storage have been well received. Onwards and upwards from here, looking forward to hearing about the first battery array coming on stream in Q4.
frederickbloggs: Thanks for flagging that article. I am sitting on a very nice profit at GRID. Perhaps I should think about cashing in on the premium there and buying more HEIT shares? Something to consider, I think.
frederickbloggs: A strong update from Gresham House Energy Storage GRID yesterday. Bodes well for HEIT. Looking forward to execution here propelling the share price to a premium like GRID. I also own GRID.
jonwig: I see James Ritchie has turned up as a director of Harmony Energy advisors (the investment managers of HEIT). He founded and ran Tekmar Group untilearlier this year. It's generally agreed he wasn't an outstanding success, and doesn't warm me to investing in HEIT. However, that's me being biased and not meant as advice, and HEIT could well get the high premium of GRID and GS. I think HEIT is different in that it originates and builds projects whereas GRID doesn't take on that risk. The issue was under-subscribed: they wanted £230m and received £210m. To put charts into the header, pottsypotts must go to EDIT then paste this in:
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