Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sse Plc LSE:SSE London Ordinary Share GB0007908733 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -16.50 -1.09% 1,490.50 1,490.50 1,491.50 1,516.00 1,490.50 1,505.00 14,518,969 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 6,800.6 587.6 -5.7 - 15,533

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Poikka ,just looking at the figures , the World's offshore wind capacity is currently a small fraction of the onshore capacity ( One twentieth almost exactly).
wad collector
Equinor and SSE Plan to Jointly Develop Two Low-Carbon Power Stations in UK. 100% hydrogen-fuelled power station planned for the UK. "Keadby Hydrogen, the hydrogen-fuelled power station, is expected to have a peak demand of 1,800MW of hydrogen, producing zero emissions at the point of combustion. The development will be the world’s first major 100% hydrogen-fired power station, securing at-scale demand for hydrogen in the region for decades to come".
The Times says Tuesdays rise was due to it being announced over the weekend that SSE will be included in the S&P Global Clean Energy index - rise was caused by smaller investors front running the institutional buying that will occur on inclusion.
I like to spread takeover bid rumours and came across these - VShares soar as SSE looks like latest takeover play Investors yesterday piled another £224m on to the stock market worth of Scottish & Southern Energy after the Perth-based utility again became a possible takeover target as German power giant E.ON abandoned its battle to wrest control of Spain's Endesa. This latest flurry of speculation comes just six weeks after SSE was touted as a likely target for the new-broom chief executive of German utility RWE. Russian gas company Gazprom has also been linked recently to a bid for SSE.Shares soar as SSE looks like latest takeover play Investors yesterday piled another £224m on to the stock market worth of Scottish & Southern Energy after the Perth-based utility again became a possible takeover target as German power giant E.ON abandoned its battle to wrest control of Spain's Endesa. Shame that was 14 yrs ago , but it still might happen...
wad collector
I also agree with that, a premium of about 40% would take us to £21/22 which would follow the normal pattern IF it happened. Also agree that streamlining the business leaving strong green credentials makes us more of a target in the current climate.
Well, IF it happened, I agree that £21/22 would be ok - the yield wouldn't change.
Shell seem like the logical party and the sale of Contracting significantly streamlines the group so now even more likely. What price would tempt APD / Gregor to recommend a deal? £21/£22 I think would do it
No mention on news of any takeover possibilities
Bit of a rise this AM - 5% - don't tell me the long-rumoured RDS takeover's in the offing.
They announced it was for sale ages ago and have updated in last few announcements on progress so I'd argue it would have been a pretty pointless bet!
I should of put a bet on it...Contracting sold.
That'll do ! The dividend is barely covered though , so this may not be a sustainable dividend policy.
wad collector
trading update today SSE plc is due to publish its financial results for the year ending 31 March 2021 on 26 May 2021. FINANCIAL OUTLOOK In its Q3 Trading Statement on 2 February, SSE reiterated its expectation that full year 2020/21 adjusted earnings per share would be in the 85 pence to 90 pence range, based on assumptions about weather conditions and the impact of coronavirus. Since then: -- Weather conditions have meant that the shortfall in output from renewable sources has increased from 5% below plan for the nine months to 31 December 2020, to around 9% below plan as at 23 March. -- However, SSE now expects the impact of coronavirus on adjusted operating profit to be around GBP180m for the full year, compared to the previously forecast GBP150m - GBP250m range. In light of the above, SSE continues to expect to report adjusted earnings per share in that 85 pence to 90 pence range for the full year. Net debt is now expected to be around GBP9bn at 31 March 2021. SSE intends to recommend a full-year dividend of 80p per share plus RPI for 2020/21 and continues to target annual RPI increases to 2023 as set out in its five-year dividend plan.
This looks a promising share price graph these last weeks , £16 looks on near horizon. Almost enough to make me want to start trading them again.
wad collector
interview with CEO - Times today hTTps://
Ultimately , the only reason any equity has value is the dividends , or expectation of future dividends. If one could be certain that a company would never pay a dividend , it would effectively have a share price of zero. Yes your capital gain may far exceed the yield , but only because of the prospective yield. Plus the fact that this might eventually be re-nationalised ,in which case all we will be left with is the dividend history... But as you allude, in the short term , a reduced dividend policy will increase the capital value of the company, so maybe it isn't that important.
wad collector
Been reading some interesting comments here Seems to me they are not going to be part of big H2 movement and perhaps they can't afford it Also not sure why people so lock into divi The value return of your investment per share is far more important than divi under you are not ambitious with your investment and trust on the company future success and only then you fall back on divi Divi is nice if it is there but if i am getting 20-30% gain every year do i realy care about divi? Not really So having said that i think this will push back up but competitions are far tougher than before, lots of pressure on green electric and to me they are falling behind Where you guys see the move from current point? Technical looks good but not sure how much it will push up! GLA IMHO
SSE Secures Contracts for 2.8GW at UK Power Generation Capacity Auction.
2 March 2021 SSEN Transmission, the owner of the electricity transmission network in the north of Scotland, can confirm that it intends to appeal certain elements of Ofgem's RIIO-T2 price control settlement to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). I see that the process will take until "The autumn" A bigger issue facing SSE is the role of water storage as a way of mitigating the intermittent nature of renewable energy. If the UK Government backs this option , potentially it will not need to build new nuclear power stations. So big bucks might be available and SSE is well positioned. One article hxxps://
wad collector
It's never been good at covering the divi but given the capex going forward I suspect that's more of a concern now Far better to just cut the divi (though also far better to buy when the divi cut has just been announced)
Wake me up at 1200
If anyone is interested, SSE were going to remove their investment from SGN group. SGN group have recently done an agreement with Getech (GTC) and H2Green, to plan developments in Green Hydrogen storage sites. GTC shares spiked after the annoucement and then dropped half way back, although they are recovering from a rocky few years serving the oil and gas exploration industry, they've now diversified into geo services for other energy areas. The expectation before the agreement was that GTC was recovering and undervalued. If you like tiddlers, perhaps worth a look. Nothing material on the project has actually happened yet.
I susoect it is just repeated concerns over the sustainability of the dividend. Virtually no cash generation expected after dividend payments and so debt forecast to rise.
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