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AIM Investor: the Water Sector on AIM

First published in Cleantech magazine, Volume 6 Issue 6 - December 2012

Andrew Hore reviews recent news from the AIM listed water sector companies.

Water Sector Stock Performances 2012

Mkt Cap (£m)
Share Price end Dec 2011 Share Price (12 Dec 2012) % change 2012
Amiad 66.78 225 397.5 76.7
Modern Water 33.2 49 56.5 15.3
MyCelx Technologies 32.95 240 255 6.3
Hydro International 17.6 129 125 -3.1
Water Intelligence 3.03 34 31.5 -7.4
Waterlogic 122.3 173 157.5 -9.0
Wasabi Energy Ltd 36.85 1.6 1.225 -23.4
HaloSource Inc 57.8 56 37 -33.9
Watermark Global  1531.37 0.23 0.145 -37.0
Origo Partners 47.75 35 13.375 -61.8
Nature Group 17.4 61.25 21 -65.7





AIM Investor: Maple Energy

First published in Cleantech magazine, 2012 Issue 5.

by Andrew Hore

Maple Energy is an integrated independent energy company with assets and operations in Peru. It has invested $280 million in a Peruvian ethanol production plant which house broker, Cenkos, forecasts could make EBITDA of more than $50 million annually once it reaches full capacity of 35 million gallons a year.


AIM Investor: Good Energy

First published in Cleantech magazine Volume 6 Issue 4. Copyright Cleantech Investor Ltd

By Andrew Hore


Good Energy was at the forefront of the supply of renewable energy to UK consumers more than one decade ago and it has built up a strong customer base within its niche. Following eight years on PLUS-quoted, the small company market originally known as Ofex, Good Energy has made the move to AIM - and raised £4 million at the same time. The cash from the flotation will be used for expansion of company-owned generating capacity, increased marketing and further development of trading systems.


AIM Investor: Pursuit Dynamics plc

First published in Cleantech magazine 2011 Issue 3. Copyright Cleantech Investor Ltd

By Andrew Hore

AIM-quoted Pursuit Dynamics moved into the biofuels sector in June last year and is already on the way to generating revenues. The company has adapted its steam-based technology to the production of ethanol from corn. Pursuit’s Ethanol Reactor System (ERS) is moving into commercial production at Pacific Ethanol Inc’s plant in Oregon, with another six installations of the ERS planned before the end of the year.

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