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    • Richmc
    • By Richmc 14th Nov 17, 6:06 PM
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    what are Green Energy shares worth?
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    • 14th Nov 17, 6:06 PM
    what are Green Energy shares worth? 14th Nov 17 at 6:06 PM
    I've been with Green Energy for a little over a year, if I stay with them after three years I can access 400 shares in the company that I have been allocated.
    I now find I can switch and save £89pa but I cant find Green Energy shares listed on the London stock exchange, they could be listed under another name?
    Does anyone know what they are presently worth? do they pay a dividend if so how much. This will determine whether I stick with them or not.
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    • Sarastro
    • By Sarastro 14th Nov 17, 7:31 PM
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    • 14th Nov 17, 7:31 PM
    There are four companies listed on the London Stock Exchange when searching for "Green Energy"
    Capman Green Energy Fund AD
    Green Energy Technology Inc (GETA:LSE)
    Green Energy Technology Inc (GET:LSE)
    Greentech Energy Systems.

    2 and 3 are related to each other in some way. They could all be related, or separate; it's difficult to tell.

    You need to find the company name, which must be on their website or a bill somewhere...If you can find the company registration number and look it up on companies house - this will tell you the exact name of the company, then search for that .

    https://www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/blog/it-s-official-you-re-paying-too-much-for-energy

    By staying with them, you are effectively betting that the higher price you will inevitably pay for your energy will be 'repaid' by the value of the shares. There's no way to know that. If you take the above £300, then your shares will need to be at least £2.25 each to make it worthwhile (and you could be overpaying by a lot more than that.

    If you can find out who the company is and look at their share price history (try yahoo finance) then you could have a stab at saying whether they will be that high in three years time, but it's guesswork.
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