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|The post has nothing to do with PPG.|
|"I have spoken to the management and am very confident in the team at PPG"
In fact, the "team" are struggling:
"In the interim the publishing of the Papillon Holdings PLC audited accounts has been delayed due to unforeseen circumstances and difficulties in quantifying, at this time, certain costs in connection with the acquisition and funding process to which the Company is committed.”
"It hasn’t been a good run recently for Charles Tatnell and James Longley, the two guys behind this company, as Plutus Powergen (PPG), where they run the show, has taken a pummelling recently too".|
|Interesting! There are products that can replacement coal with replacing or requiring a refit to the power station|
|And this from UKpowerreserve;
Our analysis demonstrates that changes of this sort, whilst superficially appearing to deliver short term benefits for consumers, will in the long run result in higher costs: further subsidies will be required to keep old and unreliable coal plant open as investment in new, flexible gas plant is deterred. The energy system is already hugely biased towards maintaining the status quo. And the result of these changes will be to sustain legacy coal and gas power stations which are dirty, inflexible and uneconomic. Our journey towards a smarter, cleaner and more affordable energy system is being dealt a big blow today.|
|Unlikely to be any firm news here before 15th May. Plutus management true to their word and not commenting. Fully expecting a major fightback whatever the outcome. Sites being prepared/built as we speak , funding sorted, new gas sites. This all valued at virtually nothing.|
|at 4.15 pm. I make that 354,075 BUYS and 44,230 SELLS, despite the confusing indicators on TRADES. So a quiet day at the office.|
|Love it, I love your research. I always thought Barnet was a posh part of the country. Nothing posh about our peter, now is there. Must be from that part of Barnet that is farmland, where those green wellies often get smelly from working in the barn.|
|He probably sold today so trying to deramp it. I've just read his recent history which shows a similar pattern on numerous stocks.|
|Barnet your comments are equally ridiculous. I agree ramping not necessary but this is a sound business and is not a wild widows and orphans stock . I think my last post was extremely balanced and showed both sides of the argument. If you have genuinely bought in here a tiny bit of positive comment might balance your negativity|
|Personally I rather like herring as a tasty dish, but not too keen on "red". Green is more to my liking, as in green for "go"! With a strong smelling "fish" like herring, it can put a lot of people off, and more importantly off the scent, so to speak. Clearly the over-reaction in the market to the news of the review by Ofgem was something akin to someone trailing smelly fish across the path and into the woods, in order to misdirect the pack of hounds who are meant to be looking for game. Sentiment rules, be it greed or fear, when it comes to investing. Fear has held sway for long enough, and that other primal instinct - greed - is on the rise again, as witnessed by the size of some of the buys recently. But also upon fuller analysis and consideration, a number of people have come to realise that Triad is only one of several revenue streams for Plutus, and that the shares are definitely OVERSOLD. Ramp or not ramp, who gives a fig. Follow the big buyers today and in recent weeks, is my advice.
Hoist the main sail, mi' hearties, and prepare for the next stage in the exciting and rewarding journey on the good ship Plutus!! Starting from Plymouth with a Blue Chip on board, who knows where we may be landing next.|
|I have spoken to the management and am very confident in the team at PPG plus news to come soon and the chart is a screaming buy here after consolidating.|
|A brief word to my fellow Bulls on PPG.
1; We don't need to ramp or appear to ramp Plutus
2; We don't need to post every time we buy some shares.
3; We can take honest bear cases
4; Ofgem review is not a red herring but Plutus is a robust enough and resourceful enough business to work around it
5; My understanding, and this is my interpretation from research and communications with the company, is that the sites with planning permission will be built this year
6; there are likely to be potentially highly profitable gas sites announced within the next month or so
7; Plutus have been working hard at re-modelling their projections to cope with all sorts of possible spanners thrown in the works by regulatory changes
8; they are well funded for day to day operations and will not be diluting
9; asset finance is all but guaranteed.
10; there are things being discussed which we simply don't know about which could have a massive impact on the business.
Codydotcom - that report has been shown here before. Just not even a blip on the radar of Plutus. but I'm with you (see above) that Ofgem not a red herring. I am however extremely confident that the proposal will be heavily watered down|
|Bought some after tip by a friend.
Says if it can break back above 1.5p their is a huge gap up to fill.|
|I'm conversant with the industry, and I don't see the OFGEM announcement as a red herring at all. But each to their own. I have no investment here|
|I see PRAWN has gone into over drive with his serial ramping this morning with 3 windbag messages already.......Offgem just a " red herring"his often repeated mantra. Don't be fooled by him and his cronies......Offgem mean business!|
|I must say that anyone conversant with this business has always seen the Ofgem thing as a red herring. Onward and upward from May....good luck to all who sail on the GOOD ship Plutus.|
|I think that we will find that there is a whole raft of good announcements from Plutus once we have the Ofgem details out of the way. The company has a self-imposed silence in place (as stated in their last RNS) until the Ofgem report is published. So anyone getting in at this stage could be real neat timing, given that it is expected that Ofgem will issue its report between 8th and 15th May.|
|Bought a chunk here for my SIPP. Agree very oversold|
|Given the current concerns over diesel especially from lorries and cars that impacts air quality in London and elsewhere, it is worth reading carefully this section on Sustainability from the Plutus Website. It should provide us investors with confidence about their plans.
Sustainability is at the heart of Plutus’ operations. Its flexible, stand-by sites facilitate the UK’s increasing reliance on renewable energy by utilising it to cost-effectively plug intermittency gaps. The use of renewable energy also helps to advance the decarbonisation of the UK’s energy sector.
Plutus PowerGen’s facilities are anticipated to run for no more than 150 hours per year in 60 minute blocks of time during peak demand and may not exceed 300 hours as a result of the commitments made in the planning permission process. Despite providing valuable generating capacity, each facility is expected to be switched off for more than 97% of the time, ensuring that their annualised emissions are minimal. The Company’s facilities will conform to all UK and EU air quality standards
The generators will be fired with green fuel from HVO (hydrogenated vegetable oil), which reduces the environmental impact and also stimulates the development of such fuels by providing a proven market. This fuel eliminates sulphur oxides (SOx), reduces nitrogen oxides (NOx) by c.30% and reduces particulates.
Plutus PowerGen is continually evaluating other sources of green fuels and looking at technology to add to its generators to comply with the more stringent requirements associated with the Medium Combustion Plant Directive.|
|Still in and waiting for the rally back to previous highs|