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SHARES FOR THE FUTURE


THE WORLD IS DEFINITELY TURNING "GREEN"


AGRONOMICS: Agronomics is the leading London listed company in the field of cellular agriculture. Cellular agriculture is the production of agriculture products directly from cell cultures that would have otherwise been derived from traditional agriculture methods.

The first food made from meat grown in laboratories is expected to reach

UK shops within 18 months, after a joint venture with the institute which created Dolly the cloned sheep signed an exclusive deal with Roslin Technologies to create the Good Dog Food business in an effort to address a more sustainable approach to pet food.


This can only be good news for Agronomics a share we intitially bought in June 2021 after listening to a brilliant presentation at one of the Mello Events.

Recently Jim Mellon, Chairman of the Master Investor, gave another positive recommendation on this share.

A definite share for the future.


CERES POWER: Ceres is a fuel cell technology and engineering company whose aim is to bring cleaner and cheaper energy to businesses, homes and vehicles. They are working with world-leading partners to embed their technology in mass-market energy products for the commercial, residential and transportation markets.

Yes: we are currently showing a loss on this share: however, it has risen dramatically over the past month and we are, as always, hopeful for the future of this company.


ITM POWER: This company manufacture market-leading PEM electrolysers which help decarbonise industry, heat, power and mobility by harnessing the power of Green Hydrogen.

(Phew.............that's a mouthfull!)

This share price has, after a steady drop during the last few months, risen hugely in last few weeks. The importance of the promotion of green hydrogen as a tool towards enhanced energy security is becoming a clear to all.


SIMEC ATLANTIS ENERGY: is a renewable energy company. Its operational headquarters are in Edinburgh. Initially, it was a developer of the tidal power turbines and projects, but after becoming a part of GFG Alliance it has expanded its business also to the waste-to-energy and hydropower. The share has started to recover.


VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS: is a Danish manufacturer, seller, installer, and servicer of wind turbines that was founded in 1945. The company operates manufacturing plants in Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Taiwan, India, Italy, Romania, the United Kingdom, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Australia, China, Brazil, Poland and the United States and employs more than 25,000 people globally.

As of 2013, it is the largest wind turbine company in the world.

So Vestas is not a new company, it has been around a long time. It has a large manufacturing base on the Isle of Wight, Hampshire: it is here to stay.


So there we have it: the China Dolls are clearly a "future thinking" investment group.

We may not be showing a great profit on these shares at the moment, however; in the current uncertain world we live in, sustainable, clean, energy and a different approach to food production must be the way forward.


Enjoy this wonderful weather we are having.

See you all next month.


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