Aggregated Micro Power Holdings (AMPH) is a supplier of wood fuels and manager of biomass heating and combined heat and power (CHP) projects. The wood fuel division supplies wood chips and wood pellets thought the UK and has a market share of about 8 per cent. The projects division designs, installs, operates and maintains biomass boilers and CHP installations for schools, leisure centres and other institutions. Financing of these projects is handled by a separate but associated company, AMPHIL.
Exchange: London Main (AMPH)
Financial Data from Exchange website: LSE summary
Recent Financial Report: Interim to 30 Sept 2016 and others
Further Information: Prior to 2016 AMPH’s revenue came not only from wood fuel and biomass projects but also from electricity generated by a biomass gasification plant in Cumbria. The latter has now been closed and the focus placed on increasing wood fuel sales and projects. Two established wood fuel companies were purchased in 2016 (Forest fuels for £2.82 million and Midland Wood Fuel for 1.4m), while the customer wood fuel base of the Cornish company Mi Generation was also bought for £0.75m. With these purchases AMPH have a significant share of the wood fuel market and are able to offer an integrated service for biomass boiler or CHP customers throughout the country.
AMPH are have an interest in two large 49MW biomass CHP systems to be installed in ports on the Humber estuary, and plan to be involved in biomass CHPs as stand-by generators to be used when renewable energy is low.
Contact Details: 5 Clifford Street, London W1S 2LG
Tel: +44 207 382 7800
Website: www ampplc.co.uk
Chairman: Neil Eckert
CEO: Richard Burrell
Fields of interest: Bioenergy