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Nexus Infrastructure Plc LSE:NEXS London Ordinary Share GB00BZ77SW60 ORD GBP0.02
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 127.50 125.00 130.00 127.50 127.50 127.50 3,056 07:48:27
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Household Goods & Home Construction 137.0 3.8 6.6 19.4 58

Nexus Infrastructure Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/4/2022
12:25
Amazing lack of interest here - 10 trades make an exceptional day!
Is it just below the radar?... or thought to be too small to make the grade against larger companies that will want in to this rapidly expanding market.

Either way there will almost certainly be major developments - spin off, takeover, partnership or something else?

As small shareholders we may benefit - or get squeezed out. Risks aplenty! Whatever, I'm in for the ride.

boadicea
04/4/2022
07:56
Sale and leaseback of Nexus Park, &13.5m to pay off debt and use for general purposes.

But also, no doubt, to contribute in some way to the spin off of eSmart Networks. The recent excellent presentation pointed clearly to an IPO, I think, rather than a partnership deal.

I'd want existing NEXS shareholders to get shares (obviously) and have the option to apply for more at the IPO price.

Here's Nexus Park, but there's nobody there, except for a couple of dinner ladies:

https://careers.nexus-infrastructure.com/nexus-park/

jonwig
30/3/2022
15:33
I think the interest will come. I thought the presentation was very compelling. Quite clear that they're working for and with some of the biggest names. Simon talked about one particular EV charging forecourt customer. Their 4 sites apparently will go live later this year and each site is worth approx £1m to eSmart Networks. That customer is now engaging with eSmart in order to design and rollout 200 forecourts nationwide...That's just one customer. It's quite clear just how big the opportunity is here..
the deacon
30/3/2022
14:43
I am surprised by the lack of reaction to yesterday's presentation.

However, these major developments do not always proceed as initially envisaged. The power and distribution side is probably the easier factor to predict. More difficult is the presentation, accessibilty and connectivity.

My own vision would be that in addition to plug-in charging, cars would be available with automatic docking facilities. This would require a high degree of dimensional and system standardisation. A small scale (but non-standardised) example is the current availabilty of automated lawn mowers which home in and dock on their charging station when requiring a recharge. The difference is that, ideally, any car would need to be compatible with any docking station.

boadicea
30/3/2022
08:15
Preparing to float.
pr100
30/3/2022
07:48
Here is the Investor Meet Company presentation that took place yesterday. Very compelling proposition here:https://youtu.be/1segu6wuujw
the deacon
28/3/2022
14:06
Podcast on EV charging infrastructure from eSmart Networkshttps://twitter.com/simoncgallagher/status/1508365885047717892?t=fxPMVMsLz2-S2CogXd9-eg&s=19
the deacon
25/3/2022
07:51
Tenfold expansion in chargepoints by 2030 as government drives EV revolution - GOV.UKhttps://www.gov.uk/government/news/tenfold-expansion-in-chargepoints-by-2030-as-government-drives-ev-revolution
livewireplus
25/3/2022
06:49
BBC R4 news has just reported that the government wants to increase the number of chaging stations from the current 30,000 to 300,000 by 2030. I can't find this online right now.
jonwig
16/3/2022
10:32
And a short promotional video for e-Smart NetworkshTTps://youtu.be/9DzwJpU0PyE
goodgrief
16/3/2022
08:50
Rapid growth over the last quarter, with exceptionally strong order book...https://www.linkedin.com/posts/esmart-networks_qs-commercialmanager-permanant-activity-6894976496268894208-Jk7g
the deacon
15/2/2022
12:05
Nexus Infrastructure is specialised in civil engineering services and infrastructure to the housebuilding and commercial sectors in the UK. Given these cutting-edge initiatives along with the firm’s diversified funding structure, the civil engineering services provider was able to enhance optimise revenue to £137m from £125.7m. As a result, operating profit leapt to £4.2m from (£2.5m) loss, resulting in a high EV/EBITDA of 13.81x. Subsequently, the firm is expected to optimise organic growth in 2022, illustrated by P/B ratio of 2.96x. Furthermore, Nexus Infrastructure derived a robust Return on Equity of 9.8%, signifying that both operating and investing activities are effectively funded by the firm to continue as a going concern while enhancing the value of their portfolio.

https://wealthoracle.co.uk/detailed-result

Keep up to date with WealthOracle AM

km18
15/2/2022
07:12
AGM statement:

At the Annual General Meeting of Nexus Infrastructure plc (AIM:NEXS), a leader in enabling the energy transition by delivering sustainable infrastructure, convened for 9.00 am today, Richard Kilner, the Chairman will state:

"The fundamental growth drivers for our business remain positive and are underpinned by macro trends and Government support for future proofed utilities, electric vehicle charging, renewable energy and housing. We continue to drive significant growth from our multi-utilities and energy transition services delivered by TriConnex and eSmart Networks and the Group's services remain in demand with order book growth across all three businesses. Although inflationary pressures persist with recent increases in labour, material and energy costs substantially above trend, we are managing them across our supply chain and customer base.

With a strong balance sheet and order book of GBP300m, Nexus is in a position to benefit from the high levels of demand for multi-utilities, energy transition and civil engineering. The continued rapid growth of eSmart Networks has accelerated our recruitment and investment plans, which will result in profits weighted to the second half of the year. Whilst inflationary challenges remain, the trading outcome for the year continues to be in line with the Board's expectations."

jonwig
15/1/2022
09:00
Just seen the excellent eSmart video - thanks!

Interesting that the installation involves quite a bit of earthwork, trenches, cable-laying, etc. Good reason for keeping Tamdown to hand!

the new Non-Exec post looks like a plan to market eSmart as an infrastructure company for IPO.

jonwig
14/1/2022
11:44
RNS issued for:Nexus Infrastructure PLC Appointment of Non-Executive Director
livewireplus
14/1/2022
10:17
Good interview with the eSmart Networks CEOhttps://youtu.be/X0g6chdeLjQ
the deacon
01/1/2022
12:34
Thanks for that - he doesn't mention the upcoming M&A with e-Smart networks, which could be spin-off IPO.

I contacted them saying it would be a good idea in that case to give existing NEXS holders shares in eSmart as consideration. It's also likely that there will be consolidation into just a few large charging installers.

There are other options for eSmart of course.

jonwig
31/12/2021
14:01
Interview with Fundamental Asset Management. Brief mention at 13:00hTTps://youtu.be/VFLrAZl5UNA
goodgrief
10/12/2021
07:22
FY results quite impressive:

https://www.investegate.co.uk/nexus-infrastructure--nexs-/rns/full-year-results/202112100700042060V/

Interesting that they're looking at "strategic options" for esmart networks.

Personally I'd like to see it floated off on AIM with existing NEXS investors getting esmart shares shares as consideration.

jonwig
22/11/2021
07:51
Might this generate a bit of interest in NEXS?New homes in England to have electric car chargers by law hTTps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-59369715
goodgrief
22/10/2021
13:59
?are/should run(ing) down Tamdown and concentrate on the other 2 divisions.
mw8156
22/10/2021
06:24
Trading statement:

https://www.investegate.co.uk/nexus-infrastructure--nexs-/rns/trading-update-and-notice-of-results/202110220700028802P/

Two divisions performing very well. Will the market make allowance for Tamdown's poor show? Profits will be "in line with expectations" which doesn't really help, as we aren't told what these are.

FY results to 30/09 on 10/12.

jonwig
18/10/2021
14:05
Pod Point, the largest UK installer of electric charging points, expected to float (from EDF ownership) next month. Valuation will be a guide to valuing that segment of NEXS business.
jonwig
21/9/2021
16:19
Rather disappointed to report that the event was not recorded. Not exactly looking to broaden its shareholder base it seems!
goodgrief
21/9/2021
06:26
"Nexus (AIM:NEXS), a leading provider of essential infrastructure services, utilities connections and smart energy infrastructure, is today holding a virtual Capital Markets Event for sell-side analysts and investors."

https://www.investegate.co.uk/nexus-infrastructure--nexs-/rns/capital-markets-event/202109210700093822M/

There follows a long puff on the prospects for the EV charging division, which reads very much as a profits upgrade. Are they just wanting to increase the business's profile or is something else in the wind?

They could have encouraged wider participation via InvestorMeet or something like that.

jonwig
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