Under the terms of the agreement, the AIM-listed company will provide services as an integrated domestic smart meter installer and meter asset provider on behalf of Co-op Energy in various parts of the UK.
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As well as announcing the contract win, the company provided a brief trading update in which it said it expects 2018 results will be in line with market expectations.
The total number of metering and data assets under management increased by about 54% to 3.13mln by the end of 2018 from 2.03mln at the end of 2017.
Total annualised recurring revenue increased by 32% to £75.3mln.
In the Gas division, meter recurring revenue grew by 19% to £42.9mln from 2017’s levels, while data recurring revenue increased 6% to £3.1mln.
In the Electricity division, meter recurring revenue nearly doubled to £20.3mln and data recurring revenue grew 34% to £9.0mln.
"We are delighted to be working with Co-operative Energy, a sustainable long-term business which is owned by its members and aims to provide 100% green electricity to all of its customers. Co-Operative Energy is, like SMS, committed to leading the smart energy revolution and we look forward to bringing the benefits of smart meters to its customers,” said Alan Foy, the chief executive officer of SMS.
Smart Metering Systems #SMS— Dearg Doom (@MyDeargDoom) February 8, 2019
Share Price 637p (pre-open)
Mkt Cap £717m
Fast growing business with an over amplified p/e. May work itself in time into the valuation. Other better value alternative offerings,suggests trending lower.
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