So we are awaiting the announcement of another round of grant bids from the EU. They have applied for a 4 million Euro grant for "technology rollout" and the results were expected on 14th April. There is the possibility this grant announcement may be delayed, but assuming 3 days for preparation of an RNS we should be expecting some sort of news on this soon and a little more detail on the benefits the company see from this project. Where-as stationary power generates large amounts of electricity that can be sold these units mainly have a back-up role and the income comes from the rent units so they are available when needed.
Thx... Shame but Thx.
Re: Tax exemption on AIM
No - Holdings are not CGT exempt when held outside an ISA page 6 of Baker Tilly's guide to AIM tax benefits discusses the tax treatment of Enterprise Initiative Schemes which is not relevant for a holding of AIM Listed AFC energy shares.
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