Forecast Next Dividend Date: Friday 28 June 2019
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 67
This is only a forecast. Forecast ex-dividend dates are taken from company's website or by using previous ex-dividend dates as a guide. Please confirm ex-dividend date with your broker.
Dividend Star Rating for NEW ENERGY SOLAR(NEW)
Fundamental Data for NEW ENERGY SOLAR(NEW)Sector: Utilities Price: $1.38 (delayed) Year High: $1.50 Year Low: $1.35 Market Capitalisation: $0.484 billion Net Tangible Assets: $1.6 billion Earnings per Share: 1.6 cents Price Earnings Ratio: 5.8 Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum Dividend Cover: 0
Dividend Payment History for NEW ENERGY SOLAR(NEW)
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- Care should be taken interpreting this chart as all dividend payments for final year may not have been paid.
- The financial year that the dividend is allocated depends on the payment date of the dividend, not the ex-dividend date.
- Dividend history has not been adjusted for any capital reconstructions which may have effected dividend entitlement per share.
Dividend News Articles for NEW ENERGY SOLAR(NEW)
|Westpac commits to 100pc renewables - The Australian Financial Review|
Westpac commits to 100pc renewables The Australian Financial Review
Westpac Group has become the latest Australian corporate to commit to sourcing all its energy from renewables by 2025, taking its first step through a deal to ...
|US Solar Fund closes USD 200m IPO - Renewables Now|
US Solar Fund closes USD 200m IPO Renewables Now
April 11 (Renewables Now) - Newly founded investor US Solar Fund Plc (USF) informed Thursday it had successfully closed the initial public offering (IPO) o.
|New Energy Solar wary on local acquisitions amid policy turmoil - The Australian Financial Review|
New Energy Solar wary on local acquisitions amid policy turmoil The Australian Financial Review
New Energy Solar says it is taking a "selective" approach in its quest to expand in Australia because of the huge policy uncertainty and volatility in the local ...
|TransAlta Renewables: Collect This 6.8% Dividend Blowing In On The Breeze - Seeking Alpha|
TransAlta Renewables: Collect This 6.8% Dividend Blowing In On The Breeze Seeking Alpha
TransAlta Renewables offers investors a 6.8% dividend yield that has grown at a CAGR of 6% since 2013. Regulated utility with cash flow underpinned by long ...
|A brighter future: Why energy storage belongs in the investment tax credit - Utility Dive|
A brighter future: Why energy storage belongs in the investment tax credit Utility Dive
Renewable energy has come a long way in the last decade and that's good for all of us. But a successful clean energy market and smart power grid can only go ...
|Samsa: Roanoke is an energy leader - Roanoke Times|
Samsa: Roanoke is an energy leader Roanoke Times
By Donn Samsa. Samsa is General Manager Energy and Infrastructure Solutions Business Unit for TMEIC in Roanoke County. Roanoke plays host this week to ...
|Canberrans given opportunity to buy in to new community solar farm - The Canberra Times|
Canberrans given opportunity to buy in to new community solar farm The Canberra Times
Construction on the new farm is set to begin later next year. It is expected to generate enough energy to power 260 Canberra households.
|Power shift: Renewable energy is cheaper than ever, and investors are taking notice - The Globe and Mail|
Power shift: Renewable energy is cheaper than ever, and investors are taking notice The Globe and Mail
Utilities are pressing ahead with green energy as prices have dropped to the point of viability that no amount of political pushback can stop.
|3 renewable energy stocks to electrify your portfolio - Motley Fool Australia|
3 renewable energy stocks to electrify your portfolio Motley Fool Australia
Think commercial wind, solar and geothermal projects – think these 3 renewable energy stocks.
|Energy News Monitor | Volume XV; Issue 42 - Observer Research Foundation|
Energy News Monitor | Volume XV; Issue 42 Observer Research Foundation
A Group of Ministers is learnt to have discussed external factors —including irregular payments from distribution companies, shortage in fuel supplies.