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Jeff Harding

During his tenure at Carnegie Clean Energy, Jeff Harding oversaw the international expansion of the business with growth in market capitalisation from AU$5 million to over AU$750 million and an increase in profit after tax each year from 1996 to 2005, when Pacific Hydro was sold to IFM Renewable Energy. He resides in both Europe and Australia. Mr Harding is also chair of Ceramic Fuel Cells (AIM:CFU), was formerly general manager of Brambles Industrial Services and vice president of the Australian Business Council for Sustainable Development. He regularly presents on issues associated with climate change and renewable energy.
Bio last updated 29 Jun 2019

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Positions - Previous

PositionCompanyYearCompany's current rankWA staff
Non-Executive Chairman
Carnegie Clean Energy
Carnegie Clean Energy
2015 - 201777

Directors Interests

CompanyDateTransaction typeNumber of sharesPrice per shareTransaction valueNature of change
Carnegie Clean Energy24 Apr 2017Bought149,254$0.07$10,000OtherParticipation in share purchase plan
Carnegie Clean Energy27 Nov 2015Issued238,095$0.04$10,000OtherIssued under employee share plan
Carnegie Clean Energy24 Apr 2014Bought200,000$0.05$10,000Share purchase plan
Carnegie Clean Energy25 Mar 2013Bought468,750$0.03$15,000Share purchase plan
Source: Morningstar

Mergers & Acquisitions Deals

AnnouncedBidderTargetTransaction TypeTotal Value
22/03/16Carnegie Clean EnergyEnergy Made CleanOther$4.5m>>

Share Transactions

24/04/17
$10k Bought
27/11/15
$10k Issued
24/04/14
$10k Bought
Total value as at the date of the transaction
Source: Morningstar

Revenue

77th↑Carnegie Clean Energy$10.6m
83rd↑Advanced Braking Technology$7.9m
84th↑Structural Monitoring Systems$7.8m
86th↑Stemify$6.0m
87th↑Dropsuite$5.3m
198 listed industrial companies ranked by revenue.
Source: Morningstar

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