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Plutus Powergen Plc LSE:PPG London Ordinary Share GB00B1GDWB47 ORD 0.1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.005p +1.72% 0.295p 0.28p 0.31p 0.295p 0.29p 0.29p 304,185 09:00:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 1.4 -0.6 -0.1 - 2.43

Plutus Powergen Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/5/2019
21:23
Or alternatively request better coms from bod , if indeed there has been some progress? Presumably so, as money was raised to effect progression.
escapetohome
20/5/2019
19:17
Isn't it time someone put this dog out of it's misery?
petersinthemarket
09/5/2019
19:29
Another quiet day, and I make that two smallish buys and a Bed $ ISA transaction, so as such no sells.
bishopawn
08/5/2019
15:00
market cap: £2.72 million.
bishopawn
24/4/2019
20:57
Yes, I’ve got it wrong...read it that the double site was Medway. I’ve got form for not reading RNSs properly
rhug1966
24/4/2019
19:30
Rhugg I thought planning had already been approved for the Medway site?..that's how it reads to me in the latest rns and that another planning application has just been submiited for adouble gas site in the West country. Where is the Medway site, Kent? The wages the Bod are paying themselves I agree are a disgrace.
maybesum
24/4/2019
11:40
It is not being built yet, they have only just applied for planning permission for the Medway site. The sum of 18 months work and £900k in BOD wages. Disgusting isn't it.
rhug1966
24/4/2019
11:09
What news on the gas site being built with Rockpool, anybody? Should be well under way by now. A reinstatement of CM would be a positive.
maybesum
22/4/2019
00:26
Good afternoon indeed. Why not , it makes sense. Come on Plutus!
escapetohome
21/4/2019
21:04
Afternoon all Could PPG be the suppliers of the gas powered Generators which are part of the German contract which is worth about £3/5m to PPG I have always thought RED and PPG would make a good partners as i see alot more contracts coming through where you will get small gas powered Generators and storage batteries working together with renewables instead of giant power stations , this to me is the future of our grid system the Germans are way ahead for forward thinking. There is one problem they are both ahead of the game but give it 1/2 yrs and if they havent been bought out and survived with out having placings both could do very well.
chestnuts
21/4/2019
18:26
Way back in June 2016 we got a new non-executive director:- Timothy Robin Cottier, FCA ("Tim") is a Chartered Accountant who has spent many years in the corporate finance, real estate and green energy sectors. He qualified with Thornton Baker (now Grant Thornton) in London and spent several years with Price Waterhouse Coopers in both the UK and the Bahamas. He is currently CEO of Kinloch Corporate Finance, a corporate advisory company based in London and Leeds which specialises in capital raising, private equity, venture capital and M&A activities within the SME sector dealing with transaction sizes from GBP1 million to GBP50 million. He is involved with a number of sustainable energy projects as adviser and in particular, the waste to energy sector. Tim established Kinloch Corporate Finance after exiting from a leading accountancy practice in Leeds where he headed up the corporate finance division. Tim has also been involved in a number of commercial property development schemes both as principal and adviser, finding sites for commercial schemes, helping with the planning aspects and raising the capital for the transactions. He was a partner in Marlin Properties until 2002 and is an investor in several property projects in North Yorkshire. Question: Was the recent AIM Rule 17 RNS indicative that he is going to be instrumental in the expected substantial fundraising exercise for gas-turbine energy generation? One would hope so, because the prediction at the time of his appointment of a listed bond to the tune of £5 million never came to fruition. Association with past flops is not encouraging.....
bishopawn
21/4/2019
16:19
Afternoon all Could PPG be the suppliers of the gas powered Generators which are part of the German contract which is worth about £3/5m to PPG I have always thought RED and PPG would make a good partners as i see alot more contracts coming through where you will get small gas powered Generators and storage batteries working together with renewables instead of giant power stations , this to me is the future of our grid system the Germans are way ahead for forward thinking. There is one problem they are both ahead of the game but give it 1/2 yrs and if they havent been bought out and survived with out having placings both could do very well.
chestnuts
20/4/2019
08:40
some good advice Marvin. Hope you have a good bank hol weekend.
pbanus
18/4/2019
17:56
Wow now thats a sad story, love the ramper comment will use that one thanks
marvinridesagain
17/4/2019
21:25
Never made any money in oil shares XEL comes to mind
nw99
17/4/2019
17:44
Will take a look thanks need to get some money back
nw99
17/4/2019
14:00
@nw99, worth having a read of the other threads that DavR0s is commenting upon, might give you some better opportunities to invest in.
pbanus
17/4/2019
13:17
Understood thanks
nw99
17/4/2019
12:48
PPG will never be a buy, its done. The share price rise is nothing more to historically entice newby lemming investors in whilst scum like SavvyBishop dump there holdings before close of shop. Ask yourself why the sudden rise? whats new? Nothing!
marvinridesagain
17/4/2019
12:45
PB much appreciated thank you
nw99
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