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Further Investment in Clifton Africa

3rd July 2019

Alpha has purchased another 567 shares in Clifton Africa for a consideration of £27,000, taking the Company’s shareholding to 2.8%...

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Progress Update on Biomass Fuel Operations

4th June 2019

Progress update regarding the next stage of development at its industrial site in Lumberton...

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Lumberton Site awarded Government grant

24th April 2019

CoalSwitch™ Lumberton Site awarded US$500,000 Government grant...

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Trading Platform Available for Shareholders

9th April 2019

Alpha Prospects Limited, Company has joined RIZDEX...

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Atomic Energy from Water

5th March 2019

Atomic Energy from Water — Plasmoid Protium Power Presentation...

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Alpha Prospects Limited - a Proposition to Invest

Alpha Prospects is an investment management company.

The Board's investment policy is to take strategic investments in companies with fast growth and/or strong recovery prospects, Typically the companies in which Alpha will invest ,both in the quoted and unquoted , are in the small and micro cap sector. Such investments may result in Alpha acquiring a strategic stake in a company or project. The Company's investments may take the form of equity, joint venture or any other financial instrument as the directors deem appropriate.

The company seeks to achieve maximum total returns primarily through the capital appreciation of its investments. It is not envisaged that any income or gains derived from the Company's investments will be distributed by way of a dividend. This does not preclude the directors from declaring a dividend at any time in the future to shareholders, if they consider it appropriate to do so.

The Company's interest in its intended investments will be proactive. Where necessary and/or desirable, it will seek to provide asset backed finance and/or equity finance for its investments. As such , it will fill a much needed commercial gap, as it is universally recognised that smaller companies find it harder to secure finance than larger ones.