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24th September 2020

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Today, we feature two secondary trading opportunities that have generated significant interest, both buy and sell side, on the PrimaryMarkets Platform, Agripower and NutraCare.

Also, Genex Power (ASX: GNX), who operates an Investor Centre on our platform, has secured an agreement with Powerlink for a battery energy storage system.



Agripower is at the forefront of international research and development of silica based agricultural inputs and has ongoing worldwide crop trials demonstrating the application of Agrisilica fertilisers. These tests and trials have proven many positive benefits of using Agrisilica products for both soils and plants.

Agripower’s unique range of AgrisilicaTM fertilisers and soil amendments are produced in Queensland and sold both domestically and into export markets as an accredited organic agricultural input with applications across cropping, horticulture, orchards, lawns and turf.

For more information about Agripower shares Click Here.

NutraCare is an Australian-based infant formula and pregnancy health company and 50% owner of Shaanxi Nutracare

Business Overview

An Australian health and wellness company with an ambitious and clear vision – ‘to inspire a better, healthier world’

Products include:

oPregma Plus Stage 1 & 2


oProbio Plus Infant, Child and Adult

oNutraCare Ancillary Products

oNutraCare Infant Formula

Secondary sale of existing shares, for more information Click Here.


Genex Power (ASX:GNX) has signed an investigation licence and tenure arrangement agreement with Powerlink Queensland. The agreement will see Genex develop a standalone, large-scale battery energy storage system (BESS) project which will be located at Bouldercombe in North Queensland.

The Bouldercombe Battery Project is intended to be the first large-scale BESS project as part of Genex's Project Como strategy. The project is planned to have an initial capacity of 50 to 75 megawatts per hour which will connect into the 132 kilovolts (kV) bays of the existing Powerlink 275kV/132kV Bouldercombe substation.

"Genex is pleased to have signed this agreement with Powerlink in relation to the proposed 50MW/75MWh battery energy storage system project at Bouldercombe," Genex CEO James Harding said.

As the project will be located on land adjacent to Powerlink's Bouldercombe substation, the agreement is a key step in securing land rights for the site.

To learn more about Genex Power visit the Investor Centre on the PrimaryMarkets Platform.


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