The 'so-called listing' - otherwise known as the JSE listing will happen when Bushveld feel it is the right time strategically to do so. Perhaps just let Fortune do his job. Businesses have to be able to flex to their circumstances as well as meeting overall goals. The date was never carved in tablets of stone.
Similarly with the Vanchem completion. It may not land on day one of the window and people should really be aware of that. There are more factors at play in both situations than just Bushveld deciding to do it on a particular day.
RE: E-On switches all customers to 100% green energy09 Jul 2019 15:16
The issue is that REGO's can be purchased or sourced without needing to actually produce any green energy. As the example shows, First Utility was able to magically become 100% renewable without actually making any direct effort to source their energy from renewable sources, simply by using REGO credits sourced by Shell, which is for them a tiny amount. At no point does First Utility actually have to source renewable energy to make that claim. As the article says, it is creative accounting and when you offset this against the fact that globally Shell is nowhere near being a 100% renewable company, and is in fact opening new oil wells and rigs, and is one of the largest producers of fossil fuels, you can see how disingenuous these claims become.
Cheers Pdub, I would also suggest Vijay reads posts more closely too. The only person vainly professing their intelligence this morning was Mr Rich. Vijay should follow that by winding his neck in being it was only last week he was asking the same posters he is now insulting for assistance when he was panicking 5 seconds after he bought some shares.
I would add in the very critical supply agreements for Bushveld Energy to your great list Ken. They, alongside winning VRFB projects, are what will be the key to cash in the bank for Bushveld Energy and as Mikhail has suggested, are on the horizon for this year. They also are a concrete demonstration of the companies move away from a business perceived to have its success determined by higher vanadium prices. That fundamental shift is the heart of our vertically integrated proposition and the sooner that is a reality, the better.
I think it's also important for people to remember that we don't actually need any of the list to happen to warrant a higher share price. We are undervalued regardless. The clear transactional influences on the share price that have dogged us for months on end, such as the known shorting and scaling up and down of REMX, finally clearing would be huge.
Finally, our share price must be one of the least forward looking valuations on AIM. Our growth prospects are, to say the least, substantial, and up there with the best on AIM. It is safe to say that our share price does not even begin to look forward at the companies prospects.