Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
The Renewables Infrastructure Group LSE:TRIG London Ordinary Share GG00BBHX2H91 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.20p -0.18% 108.00p 108.00p 108.20p 108.40p 107.80p 107.80p 120,541 13:16:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 67.9 8.8 12.3 1,023.13

Renewables Infrastructure Group Share Discussion Threads

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06/1/2018
09:15
Interesting that TRIG's first offshore wind investment comes at the same time as the industry thinks it can construct these things subsidy-free: Https://www.windpowerengineering.com/financing/businesses-prepare-construct-offshore-wind-farm-without-subsidy/ Changes in government subsidies have always been a risk with these energy companies. Freedom would give more scope to increase prices (I think) and it could mean more investment opportunities. Prepare for lots more fundraisings in the near future? (Personally, I'd participate.)
jonwig
06/1/2018
09:01
Turned 7.2% since that102.6 low, but as the general market has turned 5.5% too (and 102.6 was oversold) we might get a bit more mileage yet.
stewart64
28/12/2017
16:20
I like these assets too - for the reliable dividends which should move with RPI which this year seem to be a bit north of 3%. The one downer is the propensity to buy new assets - good in its own right and the latest acquisition of part of an off shore wind farm looks to be good - using their draw down loans. This is usually a precursor to issuing more shares at a lower price than the current market price which in turn results in a temporary dip in the share price So... as I was rather overweight in these, I sold half my holding yesterday intending to buy back this or similar depending on which of the six green infrastructure funds raise money next.
a0002577
28/12/2017
09:10
Dividend day tomorrow. What I like about these asset backed high income trusts is that you are only ever two or three quarterly dividends away from the equilibrium price and breaking even over an annual period if the price falls...not there anyway coming back from 102.
stewart64
21/12/2017
11:32
And this might sound mad....but....further to my buy posted above on 30/11 I've just shipped them off for a nice 5p a share turn in very short order. So medium term was quicker than I expected! Probably further to go but was nice to book a decent gain so quickly. Best of luck to you all-I will keep an eye on it and be back if it drifts away again for no obvious, sensible, reason :-)
cwa1
12/12/2017
09:51
Probably picking up today on the oil pipeline leak. I guess the price has been hit lately with general political interference and even a proposed dismantling of a wind farm in the Lakes. You can't really make this up given global warming, and the UK's precarious energy security. Keep giving investors in the sector a head kicking and see where your energy security will be in five years time. Wind technology is one of the few sectors we really do well in this country with the very best climate to boot.
stewart64
30/11/2017
16:16
yep, and me too. i know investing is a long term game etc etc, but last month has been quite good for wind generation (average of 5.16GW)... hxxp://nationalgrid.stephenmorley.org/
llef
30/11/2017
16:00
Afternoon For the absolutely nothing that it's worth, I joined you here this afternoon. Hopefully on a medium term basis, with a handful of shares at 103.5p. Had an eye on it for a while and decided to stick half a toe in the, slightly frigid looking, water. Fingers crossed and all that jazz for holders.
cwa1
17/11/2017
17:08
Indeed, I certainly wont be selling anyway.
stewart64
17/11/2017
16:29
just noise, Stewart64. All shares cycle through a range every year. Treat it as a buying opportunity.
a0002577
17/11/2017
11:19
We'll be hitting nav at this rate. Reason for the current crash ?
stewart64
19/10/2017
11:10
Looks like 106.6 was the bottom for now. Seems to be behaving like a bond and moving opposite to the Market. It made hay on the correction to 7200 on the FTSE and then crashed on the recent push to a new record.
stewart64
17/10/2017
16:01
Well 6% yield now attained on the selling price 6.4/ 106.6. Has slashed the gap to the Nav by half too. Quite a meltdown. The nav snd yield has to be putting a bottom on this soon.
stewart64
02/10/2017
19:18
That's an excellent report. Thanks for the link.
gateside
02/10/2017
17:30
There is a really good presentation up on the TRIG web site which is well worth a read http://www.trig-ltd.com/sites/default/files/TRIG%20Capital%20Markers%20Seminar%20-%202nd%20October%202017.pdf Also applicable to other Green Infrastructure funds as it has lots of statistics in it.
a0002577
30/9/2017
12:45
Yep as a non member investorschronicle is blocking me. My other high yielding investment trust-like vehicles also did badly...the two I have mentioned and GCP Infrastructure. They did buck the trend, rising during the early September correction. The exception was Regional Reit which has recovered 6% in the last fortnight and carried the momentum into the last two days. On the plus side UK Equities mainly had a stormer...Taylor Wimpey in particular.
stewart64
30/9/2017
09:27
Agreed Stewart64 but others were not touched. If you have access to the investors chronicle web site you may find this article of interest https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/the-big-theme/2017/09/28/renewable-energy-trusts-seek-growth-after-subsidy-loss/ published last week. Goes thru all six of the 'renewable energy' ITs - including TRIG, and UKW as well as BSIF, FSFL, NESF and JLEN. Interesting and a good read. You mention "gilts yielding 1.3%" but don't say they are about to lose a huge chunk of their value if interests rates rise. Won't touch them with a barge-pole.
a0002577
29/9/2017
19:22
A0002577..Interest rate rise talk, possibly also concerned about new share issuance at Greencoat Wind and worried about a similar dilution. Tbh both look like a steal. Comparing these to gilts yielding 1.3% against 5.89% (current) Renewables and 5.4% Greencoat is like comparing Ben Nevis with Everest in terms of scale. Sometimes I despair of Market reaction. A 0.25% rise is barely going to scratch the paintwork of The Renewables.
stewart64
29/9/2017
11:35
While the price is not exactly dropping off a cliff - is there any reason for its drop in recent days?
a0002577
22/8/2017
06:02
Positive comment on the results: Http://citywire.co.uk/investment-trust-insider/news/renewables-trust-takes-up-diy-as-competition-ramps-up/a1043126?ref=investment-trust-insider-latest-news-list
jonwig
18/8/2017
06:12
Interim results look mostly satifactory. I don't know how much this will impact things: We remain on track for an aggregate dividend of 6.4p per share for the current financial year to 31 December 2017, as per the guidance issued by the Company in February 2017. Subsidy income has benefited from its inflation linkage and spot power prices have made a recovery over H1 2017 although, as noted, forecast power prices have reduced. While TRIG benefits from support scheme revenues, which are generally inflation-linked and currently comprise the majority of the portfolio revenue, the shape of cash flows are also affected by the outlook for electricity prices as well as by other factors. As the Company has previously stated, TRIG's distribution policy assumes, in particular, steady growth in UK and European wholesale power prices and on-target operating performance. While operationally we have performed close to target, after successive falls in wholesale power price forecasts since launch, future dividend increases may trend beneath inflation unless there are sustained long-term power price increases in real terms. The Board will keep TRIG's distribution policy under review, taking into account these factors as well as the prevailing rate of inflation and their impact on dividend cover when considering whether it would be prudent to move to a progressive dividend policy rather than one directly linked to inflation in the future.
jonwig
09/5/2017
17:19
Very active thread!
turbocharge
09/5/2017
06:12
Yet another acquisition of a wind farm.Good share to hold.
gateside
11/4/2017
12:25
Thanks for this tcuc3e10 : Should you wish to find more information about the Offer for Subscription please visit the TRIG website, www.trig-ltd.com. Don't suppose you can find the URL of the notice on the site and post it here - I couldn't find it. - Kind regards - BBB
a0002577
11/4/2017
10:10
I see, thanks. So I guess it makes sense to fill our boots at 101 then. Do you know if the application for shares is affected by the level of holding? I'm guessing it might be over subscribed and I wonder if those with already more shares will get first dibs (or a great percentage of their requested amount?)
tcuc3e
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