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Share Price Information for Berkeley Eng (BKY)


Share Price: 21.00Bid: 20.50Ask: 21.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Berkeley Eng
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 4.88%Open: 21.625High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 21.00

Berkeley Energia Limited Ord Npv (Di)

Berkeley Eng is part of the Mining sector






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Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 258.42m £54.27m 30,000

52 Week High 44.50 52 Week High Date 23-AUG-2018
52 Week Low 7.80 52 Week Low Date 24-DEC-2018

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
0 0 0 -24.751 -0.85 0.00 0.00


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Directors Deals for Berkeley Eng (BKY)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
20-Aug-18Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Berkeley Energia Limited (DI)
Nigel Jones. held the position of Independent Non-Executive Director at Berkeley Energia Limited (DI) at the time of this trade.
 Nigel Jones.
44GBX35,00035000
09-Nov-17Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Berkeley Energia Limited (DI)
Adam Parker held the position of Non-Executive Director at Berkeley Energia Limited (DI) at the time of this trade.
 Adam Parker
49.38GBX200,000200000
06-Feb-17Sell
Trade Notifier Information for Berkeley Energia Limited (DI)
Paul Campbell Atherley held the position of Managing Director at Berkeley Energia Limited (DI) at the time of this trade.
 Paul Campbell Atherley
1.07USD135,0001369000
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PAUL1DEANO
Posts: 241
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:21.00
RE: The Green Case for Nuclear Power
Today 21:01
At the end of the day we either burn fossil fuels or use uranium for the base load of the electric grid.

Will we go with hydrogen cars instead of electric cars?

I was reading an article on Norway importing Hydrogen to to Japan the other day, as they replace their oil based economy with hydrogen and hydro produced electricity.

As the article states China and India are going for nuclear and a lot depends on what the USA decides to do.

This Ocasio Cortez lady is quite a character, what is she intending to do start rationing electric in the USA whilst China and India pass them by.

Start living in the real world matnotan, renewables are not going to make the grade and a diversified power grid will be the way forward for most counteries or regions if its the eu.

Anyway, how is the paw paw patrol going are you keeping it in a straight line?

Broxy old boy I was brought up on football internet forums, a slightly different beast. Insulting posters supporting other teams was par for the course, their personal hygiene, parentage and sexual proclivities all fair game. Some habits die hard when confronted with such cock wombles!
PAUL1DEANO
Posts: 241
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:21.00
RE: The Green Case for Nuclear Power
Today 20:49
hey matnotan, you have copied and pasted copyrighted work from behind a pay wall,

you complete and utter donkey!

Copyright The Financial Times Limited . All rights reserved. Please don't copy articles from FT.com and redistribute by email or post to the web

eee awww
matnotan
Posts: 125
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:21.00
RE: The Green Case for Nuclear Power
Today 20:24
matnotan
Posts: 125
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:21.00
RE: The Green Case for Nuclear Power
Today 20:23
Flamanville, the new nuclear plant under construction in northern France, was intended as the showcase for the EPR but it is now more than eight years late and more than €7bn over budget.

The EPR at Hinkley Point in Somerset is also years behind schedule and even more expensive. If and when Hinkley finally comes on-stream, British consumers will be burdened for decades with the price of the electricity produced there index-linked for 35 years from the exorbitant level of £92.50 per megawatt hour originally set in 2013.

The crucial economic problem for the industry is that the high cost of new nuclear has become more visible because of the sharp fall in the costs of wind and solar power over the past decade. With storage technology also advancing, large-scale alternative supplies of low-carbon energy are becoming available which carry none of the construction risks associated with nuclear plants.

Consumers and politicians may not understand all the complexities of the energy business but they do understand prices, just as investors know that construction delays and cost overruns mean lower returns. The financial problems associated with Flamanville and Hinkley Point have probably done more damage to the prospects of nuclear power than Fukushima.

The authors of the IEA report take no account of the potential for either wind or solar to continue to fall in cost and, with storage, to be able to provide large volumes of low-cost low-carbon energy in the future. The report does not mention the trend towards distributed supplies of electric power which is reducing the need for large-scale centralised production.

Clearly, if nuclear does fade major investment in other sources of supply and in the transmission system will be needed but the IEA’s conclusion relies on a series of negative assumptions about the development of renewables. A nuclear fade is perfectly possible and could come more rapidly than predicted by the IEA. But it is also perfectly manageable.

The shift to a low-carbon economy will come when technology produces low-cost power that is competitive against all other potential sources. If nuclear can do that it will win. But if it remains uncompetitive, a fade is inevitable.

The writer is an energy commentator for the FT and chair of The Policy Institute at King’s College London

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matnotan
Posts: 125
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:21.00
RE: The Green Case for Nuclear Power
Today 19:58
Nuclear power will fade unless it becomes more competitive

The high cost of such energy has become far more visible over the past decade A man is checked for radiation after Japan’s 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster © EPA
June 10, 2019 4:00 am by Nick Butler

Nuclear power is in danger of fading away as a significant source of electricity supply. The fade will be gradual but is already evident in Germany and the US and the trend is likely to be followed in France, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and Belgium. In many other areas, existing plants are ageing and while the working lives of some stations will be extended many may not be replaced. In some cases the process will take decades — in France it will start in the 2030s and South Korean plans stretch to 2060.

The rate of decline in the US will be determined by court action against subsidies to the nuclear sector and by attempts to change existing legislation to limit support for renewables.

These shifts will be balanced in part by growth in China and India and perhaps in the Middle East. In Japan, the industry will recover some market share as plants closed after the Fukushima disaster reopen. However, the trend is clear: nuclear will provide a gradually reducing share of total global energy demand.

The authors of a new report from the International Energy Agency spell out what is happening in detail and regard the fade (their phrase) as deeply regrettable — a surprising conclusion from an organisation that is usually impeccably neutral between different technologies.

Their view is driven by the assumption that nuclear power is essential to the energy transition and the move to a lower carbon economy. Nuclear could certainly be part of that process but, as the report makes clear, there are several good reasons why neither consumers nor investors are rushing to take the nuclear option.

Serious accidents from Three Mile Island in the US in 1979 to Fukushima in 2011 raise the perception of risk. In normal operations nuclear is a safe source of power. But the record of accidents, each accompanied by confusion and poor communication by industry and governments, has undermined public confidence. The new drama documentary on Chernobyl being screened by Sky Atlantic will only reinforce the concerns.

The sector’s problems are not limited to fear — rational or irrational. Economics are equally important. The imposition of gold-plated regulations that fail to recognise different levels of risk is one barrier.

But the real issue lies with the industry. Standardised programmes of nuclear development using relatively simple reactors can be very cost effective and have provided the basis for the success of the industry in France in the past and now in China. Those in the business have, however, been tempted into developing large-scale reactors such as the European Pressurized Reactor whose construction is complex.

Flamanville, the
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